Monday, Dec. 9

Bayard Maintenance
Some power tools have been taken.

Welfare check
Filaree Road
Caller last spoke with his 54-year-old brother before Thanksgiving. Deputy had contact with brother/advised he would call his sister/he is okay just ran out of minutes on his phone.

Accident-property damage
Racetrack and Crum roads
Caller advised he wrecked into a ditch with his silver Honda Elantra.

Elk Trail – Lake Roberts
Caller from Texas advised of a missing refrigerator. Deputy had negative contact.

Accident with injuries
Highway 90 – MM 15
Caller advised black truck vs white car. Second caller advised 64-year-old female in the white car is bleeding from the face.

Unwanted subject
Mesquite Road
Caller believes people are living in a vacant house. Deputy had negative contact with anybody at the address but house was secured.

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 – MM 106 (halfway between Mangas Terrace and Truck Bypass junction)
Caller advised a dark-colored sedan slid off the road and several people are trying to get it out. Deputies advised clear/negative contact with any vehicle.

GCDC – Ridge Road
Caller advised a named male stated he has a debit card and his brother has taken it and is spending money on it.

Tuesday, Dec. 10

Welfare check
Powderhorn Ridge Road – Upper Mimbres
Caller from Florida Department of Children and Family requests welcheck on father, 12-year-old son, girlfriend, and grandmother, all living at the address/they were originally in caller’s jurisdiction. Deputies advised the creek is flooded/unable to access the residence/will follow up.

Domestic disturbance
T&M Dairy Road – Hanover
A named male and girlfriend are physically fighting/caller has crying child at her house/child and female threw a chair at dad/they left two other children in a running SUV. Deputies out with a named female and a named male/one female in custody/called another female to pick up the child of the prisoner.

Welfare check
North Hurley Road
Caller advised she received a call from a named female who advised that someone was surrounding her trailer. Deputy had contact with the female who stated she didn’t request anyone to call.

Wednesday, Dec. 11

Domestic disturbance
Highway 180 – Riverside
Caller advised that her husband is not letting her take her things from the house/she just caught him with another female/his son is on his way for a firearm that is in his car/caller admitted to breaking the door. Caller called back advising both parties left/husband left on foot and the female just got some clothes and will call . . .

Reckless driver
Mimbres Café
Deputy had contact with male at Mimbres Yucca Road/everything is okay/he was advised to slow down.

Game and Fish
Highway 90 – MM 37
Dead deer on the side of the road/a male is threatening them in reference to they do not allow him to take the deer. G&F officers advised en route to location from Bill Evans/did give permission to . . . Deputies standing by for G&F.

Welfare check
Rosedale Road and Ethel Lane
Male lying on the ground with a bike and a female is out with him trying to wave people down to stop. Deputy has contact advising male does not need medical or a ride.

Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Caller advised he had knives taken from his home.

Welfare check
Highway 90 – MM 25
Caller advised a female covered in mud is crying. Deputy had negative contact with the female.

San Lorenzo Elementary
Caller advised a teacher got scratched up by a student/parent took the student home. Deputy spoke to someone at the school.

Intoxicated persons
11820 Highway 180
Male is asking for a ride home and refusing to leave/he is starting to cause problems/they just want him to leave. Deputies out with Eugene Lynn/will be giving him a ride home.

Suspicious vehicle
I-10 West – MM 28
Deputy advised clear/everything is okay/driver ran out of gas and is back in the vehicle at this time.

Welfare check
Highway 90 – MM 22-23
Two subjects were walking down the highway and tried flagging her down. Deputy had negative contact.

Welfare check
S. Highway 90 @ Chaparral Trail
Caller from OnStar advised that behind some buildings east of Chaparral someone has pressed the OnStar button but they are not getting a voice response. Deputies have contact with two pickups that are stuck/wrecker will need 4x4/it’s about one-half-mile past Chaparral/giving two subjects a ride back into town.

Domestic disturbance
Bobwhite Drive
Caller advised her and her husband are fighting/it has been physical/line was disconnected. Deputies had contact with husband/have one in investigative detention/en route with one to a Ridge Road address/husband will be staying here for the night.

Thursday, Dec. 12

Accident with injuries
S. Highway 90 and Loma Linda Drive
Caller advised she slid off the road almost flipping over then landed on her tires/it’s a red Nissan pickup.

Welfare check
Powderhorn Ridge Road – Upper Mimbres
Caller calling back in reference to deputies unable to get to house due to flooding. Caller would like a welcheck on a 12-year-old male, father who has a temper, and girlfriend. Deputies attempted to make contact but were unsuccessful/spoke with other residents in the area who advised no one by that name is in the area.

Reckless driver
Highway 90 – Tyrone Townsite
Deputies went traffic with both vehicles by Dr. Van Dran’s office that were called in drag racing.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Ute Drive – Mangas Valley
Red 2013 Ford F150/advised heard horn honking in vehicle/went outside/but saw marks in door.

Domestic disturbance
N. James Street – Santa Clara
Deputy advised someone flagged him down in reference to a possible domestic/XCPD officer requests second unit to respond/has contact with both subjects/has one female in unit. Deputy has one male in unit en route to Santa Clara station.

Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Wife is abusing him mentally/telling him he is worthless and shouldn’t be alive. Deputy advised both subjects are intoxicated and were instructed to go to separate rooms.

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