Monday, Nov. 25
Unwanted subject
70 Truck Bypass
A named male is there and she doesn’t want him there anymore/he just walked out the door.

Accident-property damage
Highway 15 and Wide Canyon
Red SUV off the side of the road/looked like a tire had come off or popped. Second caller advised female in a red vehicle off road in the ditch. Both drivers passing by.

Lance Drive
Caller had an individual steal his mail from his house right now/drove off in a white Dodge sedan.

Accident-property damage
N. Swan Street and Silver Heights Blvd.
Deputy advised traffic control/send SCPD/moving to CVS parking lot. Officer advised the two parties agreed there isn’t enough damage for a report/will handle it separately.

Welfare check
Camino Tolteca – Tyrone
Caller’s daughter has been stating she is thinking about committing suicide and caller wants someone to check on her. Deputies had contact with a female.

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 – MM 110-111 (Truck Bypass junction)
Car and a pickup with trailer. Second party advised traffic is being blocked.

Welfare check
North Hurley Road
Caller advised a domestic took place this morning between her sister and a named male. Caller advised he saw the male walking with an axe. Deputy advised everything is okay.

Suspicious vehicle
Dickson Road and Highway 90
Deputy advised a white Mazda was parked by the mailboxes with its hazard lights on. The driver was asleep and the deputy was able to wake him. The driver advised he has a flat tire and it was his spare. He advised he did not need anything at the moment but would wait till morning to fix his tire.

Tuesday, Nov. 26

Welfare check
Cottonwood Road
Caller advised her mom hasn’t answered her phone in the last day.

Suspicious vehicle
Ridge Road @GCDC
Deputy advised to call the owner and advise her she has until the end of the day to remove it or it will be towed.

Welfare check
W. Highway 180 – Cliff
Caller (principal) advised a third grade boy was at school yesterday with a high fever and the school was unable to get a hold of the mom. Caller advised he took the boys (third grade age and kinder age) home since no one showed up for them and mom wasn’t home. The boys told him her boyfriend was in the bedroom, but the door was closed. Caller left the boys there and today they are not in school. Caller wants the boys checked on.

Wednesday, Nov. 27

Suicide threat
No report.

Ridge Road
No report.

Welfare check
Copper Ridge Drive
Caller advised that her diabetic friend is not answering her phone/she is 77-years-old. Deputy advised it appears there are no vehicles outside/open windows with lots of medical stuff in windows.

Thursday, Nov. 28

Welfare check
Chamisa Drive – Lower Mimbres
Caller stated his brother just called saying his children were involved in an accident in Kansas and he is wanting to speak to LE.

Game and Fish
Hanover Cemetery
Caller is stuck in a gray Jeep Cherokee and there is a mountain lion surrounding her vehicle and she can’t get out. Deputy advised to get wrecker on standby. Caller was transferred to NMSP who advised there was nothing they could do other than send a tow truck. First tow company declined/second company sent a wrecker. Deputy advised cancel out tow truck/they will give caller a ride to Bayard.

Fairway Drive
Caller advised she found a device with a screen on it that looks like a recording device in son’s backpack/she just picked up her children from a child exchange with a named male and found the device when she got home. Deputy on scene advising everything is okay/units clear.

Reckless driver
S. Highway 90 and Tyrone Road – 8:10 p.m.
Caller advised white Chevy Tahoe headed north in the southbound lane/almost went head on with vehicle. Second caller advised the same. Officer had negative contact advising that fog is thick.

Welfare check
Cullum Drive – White Signal – 8:25 p.m.
Caller said her sister got lost on her way home/she’s in a black Ford Explorer. Advised she lives on Coffey Street 1/8 mile away but she was driving in the fog for some time. Caller advised she found her sister and she is okay advising she just got disoriented in the fog but she is safe. GCSO was advised.

Domestic disturbance
Cottonwood Road
Caller advised a named male assaulted her and left in an SUV/unknown direction/she doesn’t need an ambulance. Deputy had negative contact at this time.

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