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Friday, Mar. 20

Larceny
North Hurley Road
Caller advised they stole a tire off a trailer and there are people on his property who should not be there/they parked a truck in the middle of his field and left it there. Deputy was advised of the call.

Stolen motor vehicle
Corto Drive -- Arenas Valley
Caller advised they stole his 2002 green Yamaha 4-wheeler sometime between Thursday morning and Friday. Deputy was advised of the call.

Domestic disturbance
Highway 356 – Hanover
Sounds like a male and a female/female is screaming very loudly. Deputy advised to contact NMSP. NMSP was contacted and advised they would have units en route toward the Chino Mine entrance.

Saturday, Mar. 21

Welfare check
Camino de la Montana – Arenas Valley – 12:10 a.m.
Hurley PD requests a deputy go to this location and try to make contact with (redacted) to see if (redacted) is at the location. Advised he is a 15-year-old runaway from Hurley from his grandfather’s house/he has been missing since 4:30 p.m. Deputy advised runaway is not at this location.

Welfare check
Highway 180/police academy
Male parked on the side of the roadway in a black Mustang/he is standing in the middle of the roadway/thin and tall. Second caller advised he is possibly pouring gas of some type on the gate trying to light it on fire. Third caller advised the male was trying to burn trash there. Deputies advised one in custody at this time.

Game and Fish
S. Highway 90 – MM 19-20
Advised that a deer was hit in the northbound lane and is still alive. Negative contact with anything in the area.

Criminal sexual penetration
Hooker Loop – Gila
Advised have a report for delayed exam that needs to be picked at La Clinica/advised that patient is 3-year-old female/mother has not reported the incident/advised that the incident occurred possibly this last Sunday.

Criminal damage to property
Bobwhite Drive
Caller stated that someone’s carport shed blew over to the neighbor’s and fell on top of their vehicle/negative on any injuries.

Request officer
Mountain View Drive
13-year-old male punching holes in walls. Deputy advised child was released back to his mother.

Welfare check
Western Drive – 7:15 p.m.
An 8-year-old female was just dropped off at this location but numerous family members are there being loud and argumentative and there may not be a responsible adult to care for the 8-year-old. Caller is the foster parent. Deputy was given info – units busy on call.

Domestic disturbance
Western Drive – 7:45 p.m.
Caller advised subjects are fighting and getting out of hand/advised it is her boys who are fighting/when asked who is fighting caller said, “Just come,” and hung up/upon call back female answered and hung up again.

Sunday, Mar. 22

Domestic disturbance
Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Female yelling/disconnected phone/no answer on call back x 3. Deputy advised everything is okay/verbal between girlfriend and boyfriend/female is leaving/airing up tire now.

Criminal damage to property
Silver City Golf Course
Caller advised that yesterday a named male and another male damaged the course greens by peeling out on the greens. Deputy took report.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
W. Highway 180 – Cliff
Caller advised that two of his tires are flat/he suspects his brother as they are going to court on some civil matters involving caller’s trust. Advised he did not see any damage to tires but they are not holding air.

Missing persons
Hooker Loop – Gila
Caller reported that a 53-year-old male is missing/he left over 24 hours ago in a 2006 Dodge Durango after an argument with his fiancé (caller). He left his wallet and broke his phone.

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