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Silver City Police Department Reports for 10/29/2012 – 10/31/2012


Domestic Disturbance
N. Silver St.
Caller reports her mother will not give her, her kids and she has been drinking.

Domestic Disturbance
Gold St.
Caller reports her 16-year-old brother is causing problems. Caller advises her step-father and brother have been arguing and she thinks her brother is possibly under the influence of cocaine. Caller reports her brother is now leaving the house on foot.

Court Assist
District Court
No report.

Sun Valley Do it Center
Caller reports a male subject who shoplifted just left the store.

Unwanted Subject
Caller reports a male subject is causing problems at the location and refuses to leave.

Dollar General
Caller reports her wallet was stolen from her work.

Accident Property Damage
Wellness Center
Caller reports someone backed into her car.

Injuring Tampering with Motor Vehicles
Valley Vista
Caller reports someone has keyed her car, and this is the third time it’s happened.

Accident Property Damage
Officer reports a vehicle tried to drive away, and it went off the embankment.

Unwanted Subject
Western Interactive
Caller reports he received a call from his neighbor that there are subjects trashing property.


Virginia St.
Caller reports his brother hit him with a bat, and he is still in the house. Caller advises he also hit his car with a bat.

Accident Injuries
Texas St.
Caller reports she was hit by a car while long-boarding down Texas St.

Unwanted Subject
W&N Communications
Caller is requesting to speak with an Officer in reference to a trespasser.

Noise Complaint
Western Stationers
No report.

Stolen Motor Vehicle
Fran Dr.
Caller reports his car was stolen from this address along with the title, and he thinks a known female subject stole it.

Hit and Run Accident
Unknown Location
Accident report.

Domestic Disturbance
N. Gold St.
Caller reports his 16-year-old step-son is causing problems.

Caller reports their cell phone was stolen from their basket.

Hit and Run Accident
Ridge Rd.
Accident report.

Intoxicated Persons
Snappy Mart
Caller reports a male subject on a bicycle is attempting to buy alcohol. Caller reports the subject can’t even ride the bike and is very intoxicated.

Vehicle Burglary
Silver High School
Caller reports someone broke into her vehicle and stole her purse.

Accident Property Damage
Bullard St.
Caller reports he was coming around the corner and swerved to miss something and then hit a tree.

Accident Property Damage
N. Swan St.
Caller reports they hit a deer and it’s still in the road way.

Hit and Run Accident
Diane’s Bakery
Accident report.

Vehicle Burglary
Canal St.
Caller reports someone threw something at her house about 10 or 15 minutes ago.


Breaking and Entering
E 19th St.
Caller reports he just chased a male subject off his property, and they ran down the street.

Suicide Threat
Lintero Apartments
Incident report.

Stolen Motor Vehicles
Lintero Apartments
Caller reports their vehicle was taken some time last night.

W. Market St.
Caller reports a gun was stolen from her home.

Georgia St.
Caller is requesting to speak with an Officer.

Accident Property Damage
Bosworth St.
Caller reports a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.

N. Gold St.
Caller reports his wife’s pain medication is missing.

N. Silver St.
Caller reports her dog and computer were stolen by her neighbor who was feeding her cats while she was gone.

Intoxicated Driver
Domino’s Pizza
Caller reports three intoxicated male subjects are picking up a pizza from Domino’s.

Criminal Damage to Property
E. 32nd St.
Caller reports he is doing some contracting work on a house, and he thinks there is some damage done to the shed.

Domestic Violence Order Violation
E. 6th St.
Caller reports a known male subject continues to drive by her house, and she does have a Domestic Violence Order issued for this address.

Weapons Fired
Memory Lane
Caller reports she heard about three gunshots coming from a house, and she heard some arguing outside before the shots were fired.

Noise Complaint
Buffalo Bar
No report.

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