Bayard Police Department

Saturday, Sept. 7

Suspicious vehicle
N. Foy Street
Officer advised wrecker en route for gray Ford car.

Domestic disturbance
1101 Tom Foy Blvd. – 11:54 a.m.
Caller stated she can hear a male and female fighting between Mingo’s and Food Basket/female stated she doesn’t want to live anymore followed by loud banging. Officer advised out with couple who were having a verbal domestic and male will be leaving for a few hours.

Domestic disturbance
Stewart Street
Caller advised a named male is trying to hit her with food and is breaking her dishes and throwing other items around/he is ‘throwing a crazy’/he does have mental problems. Officer had contact advising everything is okay/the CTW will be cancelled/mother invited him back into the house/male broke a dish and did leave for the day.

Welfare check
Walnut Street – 5:55 p.m.
Caller advised a female was running and a male was chasing her/the female is in his yard now. Officer had contact advising everything is okay/reference to argument that happened earlier at Food Basket.

Criminal damage to property
Bayard Community Center – 290 Hurley Street
Broken glass.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, Sept. 6

Criminal damage to property
Diaz and Carrasco streets
Street sign damaged.

Saturday, Sept. 7

Domestic disturbance
Aztec Avenue
A named female said a named male hit her in the stomach. Caller was crying and was difficult to communicate. She said she didn’t need medical and disconnected. Officer had contact with female at Third and Aztec/had contact with male at 314 Aztec/requested another unit.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Sept. 6

Stolen motor vehicle
N. James Street – 6:10 a.m.
Caller advised her mother’s silver Buick Encore is missing/caller’s brother took it last night/he does not have a driver’s license/he goes to Fort Bayard or behind Central looking for rocks. Officer advised out on Racetrack ATL vehicle.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 – Santa Clara
Officer and NMSP officer had contact with vehicle advising it was not doing anything wrong.

Saturday, Sept. 7

Welfare check
S. James Street – 7:20 a.m.
Caller stated someone is in his residence/dispatch can hear yelling in the background. Officer advised everything seemed okay/caller did not have any clothes on so he stayed in the residence.

E. Cottonwood Street
A named male is outside the residence yelling and causing problems for mother/he is on narcotics at this time. Officer advised everything is okay.

Stolen motor vehicle
N. James Street – 1:30 p.m.
Caller stated her son took her silver 2016 Buick without permission and she does not want to report the car stolen/just wants someone to go look for her son and get her vehicle back. Caller called back advising she wants to file stolen vehicle report this time. Officer had contact with caller/she said that . . .

Sunday, Sept. 8

Welfare check
S. James Street – 5:45 a.m.
Caller’s voice was very muffled and possible mental health concerns. Officer had contact advising he is requesting a ride to GRMC/en route to GRMC.

N. Bellm Street
Caller advised she kicked her son out of her residence and he stole her TV/she is following him/he does not have the TV with him/he must have hid it somewhere. Officers ATL the male/negative contact/en route to caller’s house.

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