Bayard Police Department

Monday, Dec. 2

Unwanted subject
N. James Street
Deputy had contact with named male who stated another named male left. Officer set up frequent patrol.

Fahey Street
12-year-old female is out of control and threatening to burn down the house and trying to hit them. Officer advised escorting one male juvi to GRMC.

Welfare check
Vencill Street
Caller has not heard from a named female in a day/she is diabetic and drinks/could not provide an address as he hasn’t been there in years. Deputy had contact with female over the phone and she . . .

301 N. Bayard Street
Caller has someone banging on the door of her trailer/lost connection.

Tuesday, Dec. 3

Welfare check
Benjamin and Empire streets
Young female went to her house crying asking to use her phone to call her grandmother/refused help/did call grandmother. Officer had negative contact.

DV order violation
Pine Street
Caller advised that on Sunday, caller’s daughter came to caller’s home and stayed in her vehicle for about 10 minutes and left.

Wednesday, Dec. 4

Domestic disturbance
Hurley Avenue
A named male just slapped caller/they are still arguing and he is still on scene/she does not need medical attention/male possibly drinking or on drugs. Officer issued Anthony Alcorta an indefinite CTW for this location.

Weapons fired
Runnels Drive
Officer advised everything is okay/it was just a BB gun.

Thursday, Dec. 5

Criminal sexual penetration
Bayard Elementary
Caller was advised by a school aide advising her daughter overheard a group of 6th graders saying that a third grade student was raped by her father. CYFD requests county unit to respond.

Hurley Police Department

Monday, Dec. 2

Welfare check
Elguea Street
No report.

Tuesday, Dec. 3

Criminal damage to property
B Street
Out at a C Street address.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, Dec. 2

Unwanted subject
N. James Street
A named male is going into the residence and don’t want him there. Officer had negative contact.

Stolen motor vehicle
W. Oak Street – 4:45 p.m.
Caller advised she lent her gray Corolla to a named male who left in it around noon and never returned it. Caller called back advising the male returned her vehicle.

Welfare check
Santa Clara Post Office
Caller advised an elderly male with a cane is sitting outside the post office who did not seem okay and asked caller for a ride. Deputy advised he would be giving the male a ride to a N. Silver Street address in Silver City.

Tuesday, Dec. 3

W. Lincoln Street
Caller advised his named male neighbor went to his residence looking for his boyfriend and caller asked him to leave and wait until he got home because he was at work. The male then proceeded to tell caller to lower his voice or else he would ‘put his hands on him.’ Deputy called caller who stated the male is always knocking on his door asking to speak with his boyfriend and it upsets him.

Wednesday, Dec. 4

Criminal trespass
N. James Street
A named male is trying to get inside caller’s residence.

Thursday, Dec. 5

Welfare check
11988 Highway 180
Female has been walking and advised she is short of breath/ is okay/negative on ambulance/is ‘stuck’ there and possibly needs a ride somewhere. NMSP officer has contact on Highway 180 – MM 120 (1 mile north of Highway 152 junction).

Welfare check
S. Prescott Street
85 to 95-year-old female with health issues/if located tell her to call her son. Officer has contact with female/she is okay.

Domestic disturbance
S. Bellm Street
Advised that a named male is causing problems and wants him removed/he is breaking items in the residence/all verbal at this time.

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