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Bayard Police Department

Monday, Sept. 30

Fight
Cobre High School
Caller advised a fight.

Burglary
Stewart Street
Caller advised someone broke into her home this morning and stole her wallet/unknown if son took wallet.

Unwanted subject
400 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised her co-worker’s boyfriend is trying to make her get into the vehicle. Officer advised male was issued a CTW for Snappy Mart.

Fight
Cobre High School
Two females will be in the front office.

Suspicious vehicle
Runnels Drive
Caller advised that a suspicious van is parked in front of the office. Officer out with two subjects.

Domestic disturbance
Vencill Street
Advised he is okay/out with both parties/all verbal.

Disturbance
BPD
Officer out with a named female and a named male.

Domestic disturbance
Watson Street
Caller advised his son is punching holes in the walls of his home and throwing and breaking things/he wants him removed from the house/son is just upset/it’s always the dogs across the street/he hasn’t gotten physical with anyone. Officer requesting another unit as subject is a handful.

Welfare check
S. Franey Street
An 87-year-old male on hospice is supposed to have a caretaker but she is not answering her phone. Officer had contact with male who will call caller.

Tuesday, Oct. 1

Criminal trespass warning
N. East Street
Caller advised her boyfriend texted he is on his way to get his things/he always brings his daughter who causes problems. Officer advised male was issued a CTW to this address.

Criminal trespass warning
Runnels Drive
Caller would like a CTW on a named individual. SCPD officer advised they would like county to assist. BPD officer advised will be back at 3:30 p.m. to speak with tenant.

Harassment
N. East Street
Caller advised three subjects knocked on her door and were harassing her. Officer spoke with caller.

Fight
Bayard Community Center
Caller advised a fight is going to happen between two students. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
Snell Middle School
En route to Snell, reference to physical abuse. Officer advised this is going to be an SCPD case/will standby until SCPD arrives/it happened this morning.

Unknown category
Dayhill and Erbacher streets
Caller advised he saw an elderly female hit a kid with a bat/believes the kid was unconscious/by the church/caller was just passing by. Deputy patrolled the area with negative contact.

Wednesday, Oct. 2

Welfare check
Erie Street
Caller advised his female roommate just left the residence and is highly intoxicated/might be trying to walk to Mimbres/she is highly intoxicated/she left about five minutes ago/she said she wanted to die/she and her boyfriend possibly broke up a couple of days ago.

Harassment
N. East Street
Caller advised a named male and a named female are outside her house in a green car.

Missing persons
Winifred Street – 7:50 p.m.
Caller advising her 8-year-old daughter normally returns home after dark but she has not come home/she was last seen on her bicycle about 30 minutes ago. Deputy had contact with kids at football field who advised she was riding her bike on the track. Officer had negative contact at Family Dollar.

Hurley Police Department

Tuesday, Oct. 1

Request officer
Pattie Avenue
Brother came and took his dog back/he kicked in the door/in the past brother has tried to kill her with an EpiPen. Officer had contact with caller.

Wednesday, Oct. 2

Welfare check
A Street
Male has not been seen in a couple of days. Officer advised everything is okay.

Santa Clara Police Department

Tuesday, Oct. 1

Disturbance
Central Elementary
Unruly kid. Officer advised have juvi en route to his home on Prescott Street/attempting contact with his grandma/dropped boy off with his legal guardian (grandma).

Thursday, Oct. 3

Larceny
N. Mineral Street
Caller advised she is missing her rent money.

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