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Monday, Sept. 30

Welfare check
Harris Road
Her parents are possibly having an argument/the mother has been having mental issues/father has been trying to leave and she is not letting him. Officer advised male did leave.

Unwanted subject
1506 N. Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised that a male is there and is refusing to leave/would like him issued a CTW/believes he stole something. Officer advised male left prior to arrival.

Burglary
1901 N. Silver Street
Caller is having problems with the landlord. Officer advised found property with the landlord/will contact the . . .

Welfare check
N. Swan and E. 32nd streets
Caller advised that three little boys are running in front of cars. Officer had negative contact.

Reckless driver
Pine and N. Swan streets
Caller advised she was robbed on Friday by a named male in a blue Nissan.

Domestic disturbance
La Plata Middle School
Caller said her husband just threw something at her and ran into a ditch next to the school. When asked where she lives caller said she lives at La Plata in her car and hung up. Caller called back and declined medical attention. Officer advised will be en route to 40th Street.

Loud music
2711 Leslie Road
Officer had contact advising that a female and a named male advised they will keep it down for the rest of the night.

Loud music
Lamina Loop
Officer had contact advising homeowner advised he would turn it down.

Tuesday, Oct. 1

Aggravated assault
W. Kelly Street
Caller advised a female shot a BB gun at the mail carrier yesterday.

Larceny
2711 Leslie Road
Caller advised that someone stole her friend’s tire.

Suspicious vehicle
315 S. Hudson Street
Caller advised a green car has been parked by their cargo garage for about a month. Officers ran the plates and ID’d the registered owner/all units clear.

Disturbance
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male walking toward the pharmacy may have a CTW. Officer advised negative on any CTW.

Criminal trespass warning
1956 E. Highway 180
Male walking behind the store/requests a CTW be issued. Officers out with male at Del Taco.

Welfare check
Visitor Center
A named male is intoxicated and lying between the cabin and storage shed with beer and liquor bottles around him. Officer with male to a Durango Street address.

Fraud/embezzlement
Pinon Street
His phone number was stolen.

Welfare check
W. Hester Street – 5:30 p.m.
Caller believes his 84-year-old neighbor is sleeping in garage. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
W. Hester Street – 6:40 p.m.
Caller advised he just saw his neighbor go into the garage. Officer serving warrant.

Wednesday, Oct. 2

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Male in the produce needs to be issued a CTW/he just urinated in a trashcan in the produce section. Officers issued Todd McElwee an indefinite CTW for Walmart.

Shoplifting
1956 E. Highway 180
A named female took fruit, eggs, and cookies. Diana Gonzales was issued a CTW for Albertson’s per NMSP.

Domestic disturbance
503 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a male is punching a female/they are in a red 4-door Kia/female is trying to get out of the vehicle and male is punching her and not letting her out. Officer out at Chelsea Hotchkiss Insurance with NMSP and vehicle/female is now by the Swag Shop.

Harassment
1928 E. Highway 180
Caller advised her co-worker is being harassed by a named male/she does not know him personally/wants someone to respond.

Harassment
W. Yankie Street
Caller advised that his friend called advising him that a male went up to her and told her he knows how much money she has and he is going to sue her for all of it/victim did not call because she is too upset. Officers had contact with victim, issued Stewart Grange an indefinite CTW for the Yankie Street address, and set up a frequent patrol.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
18th Street
Caller advised her vehicle was scratched. Officer advised campus police need to respond.

Welfare check
1609 N. Swan Street
A named female with a walker keeps walking around the bank acting strange and making strange comments to them. Officer had contact with Diane Nunez behind the dumpster and issued her a CTW/she is off the property.

Welfare check
W. 11th Street
Caller advised her brother is sending their sister pictures of him trying to cut his wrists/he is intoxicated/he lives in a trailer behind the property. Officer had contact with the male.

Disturbance
1901 N. Silver Street
Caller advised a female is hitting and kicking her grandmother’s trailer and her husband’s car, and pushing kids and cussing. Officer has contact with a large group of kids and a female on the ground/one juvi in unit en route to Lintero Apartments.

Larceny
710 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advising that her boyfriend took off with her bag. Officer had contact with female who stated her boyfriend stormed out of their hotel room at Copper Manor and drove off in his white truck and her bag was in the truck.

Criminal trespass warning
855 Silver Heights Blvd.
Male carrying a backpack left but went around another building/he made her feel uncomfortable and wants him issued a CTW when located. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
Debby Drive
Caller advised his brother just called as his wife just kicked him out/he is going through withdrawals. Officer advised clear.

Welfare check
Harris Road
Caller keeps calling dispatch but won’t provide a reason as to why/could hear children in background/female acting like she has mental issues. Officer advised with one female en route to Lintero Apartments.

Thursday, Oct. 3

Domestic disturbance
Langstroth Drive
Caller advised her boyfriend is acting crazy/he took her phone so she had to use his phone/it is now getting physical/he is now outside running around/he is not under the influence of anything/he might have had a mental break/he ran outside naked/her house is torn apart.

Harassment
1928 E. Highway 180
Caller advised she just received a text that is very threatening and she is scared.

Unwanted subject
210 W. Highway 180
Caller stated a named male is at the office and was asked to leave and he is no longer wanted at the location.

Intoxicated persons
N. Gold Street
Caller advised a male is at the corner of Gold/13th talking to himself and yelling. The named male is going home now/will be at the Commons.

Welfare check
Pinos Altos Road @ Don Fidenciio’s
Little boy about 2-years-old running in the road/negative on any adults around. Officer out on Pinos Altos Road.

Disturbance
1040 E. Highway 180
Female in a red shirt and a male in a black shirt were walking and fighting in between the hotels. Officer had contact.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named female is in the store. Officer advised negative contact with anyone in the area/put out ATL for Veronica Ramirez/if contacted stop and issue CTW for Walmart.

Welfare check
2045 E. Highway 180
Baby is locked in a maroon Cadillac at the pump/is seat-belted in. Officer got the vehicle open.

Unwanted subject
3025 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a subject is in the parking lot causing problems/he is going up to customers harassing them and fighting with the air/ Officer out with male advising clear/he is just waiting at the bus stop to take him home.

Welfare check
1313 E. 32nd Street
Female that a SCPD officer just brought in, left the ER screaming, and why want her brought back for a mental evaluation. Officers out with female on Pinos Altos Road/one female in custody en route to GRMC.

Disturbance
La Plata Middle School
Caller advised a parent is causing problems reference to several students were caught smoking on the bus and taken back to the school. Out with a named female/clear.

Accident-injuries
N. Hudson Street and E. Broadway
Several callers on 911 advised a female riding her bike rolled past a stop sign and got hit by a vehicle/female is out cold/she is now awake and in a lot of pain/she is breathing/can hear her moaning on the phone. Officer requested units to location/unknown injuries.

Harassment
2080 Memory Lane
Caller stated her named female friend is being harassed by a named male. Caller is calling from outside as it is in progress.

Welfare check
S. Bullard and San Vicente streets
A female is jumping on vehicles and harassing people in the area. Officer advised has contact with female who advised she was trying to warn drivers of the accident the city was working on.

Welfare check
S. Cooper Street and La Capilla Road
Have a female crying on the phone and her emergency service going off/it is her Apple watch giving info/advised she hit her head/age 69/can see blood on her but does not know where it is from/she did hit her head/advised she might be okay/she fell on a rock/nothing feels broken/she is not in the trailer yet/she is in between Chihuahua where the county parks their trucks near a rock trail.

Unwanted subject
2711 Leslie Road
Caller’s 50-year-old daughter was on the phone with her and she started yelling for an unknown person to get out and line disconnected/daughter advised a named male is at her house and he won’t leave. Officer advised was advised to cancel response/everything is okay at this time.

Accident-injuries
N. Bullard and W. Yankie streets
Female injured at this time/unknown injuries/39-year-old female alert/arm injury. Caller advised female appears to be in shock. Per EMS3 put Native Air on standby/officer on scene.

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