Bayard Police Department

Friday, Mar. 27

Criminal trespass warning
Dayhill Street
Officer advised that a named male left prior to arrival/everything is okay.

Domestic disturbance
Runnels Drive
Caller said her girlfriend stole her ‘cards’/in the background female said, “I’m her girlfriend and I didn’t steal her cards.” The two females were arguing with each other and no more information was given.

Unwanted subject
North Street
Daughter has been staying in a trailer on caller’s property for three weeks and she keeps bringing by undesirable persons/wants her daughter to leave. Officer advised caller of eviction process.

Saturday, Mar. 28

Accident-property damage
204 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised the top part of the truck got stuck to the ceiling of the gas pumps. Advised that NMSP dispatch will have a unit respond.

Sunday, Mar. 29

Domestic disturbance
S. Yucca Street
Caller advised she and her husband got into a physical domestic and he choked her out. Officer had contact advising clear/negative on a physical domestic/verbal only/male left house for the day/caller may have mental issues.

Domestic disturbance
Orchard Street
Caller advised that his son is being disrespectful and no longer wants him there. Officer advised male left prior to arrival/negative contact.

Hurley Police Department

Saturday, Mar. 28

Domestic disturbance
Nevada Avenue
A named male is intoxicated and being aggressive and is trying to kick caller out of house/she has two children who are sleeping in the house. Caller’s partner got upset with her re: she was trying to speak to her kids’ father about bills re: the coronavirus.

Stolen motor vehicle
B Street
Caller advised that her father’s trailer was stolen/white trailer with jumping balloon signs on the side.

Sunday, Mar. 29

Diaz and Cortez avenues
Caller advised that a named male is following her/she has been trying to leave and he is not allowing her to. Deputy advised all verbal/caller is going to get a ride/male is going to walk home.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Mar. 27

W. New Street
Caller advised that her male ex-partner keeps calling, texting, and harassing her/he keeps on the run for child support/he keeps texting her about her seeing other guys and he will keep blowing up her phone until she answers/he has called five times since she has been on the phone with dispatch. Spoke with caller over the phone/she stated that the male . . .

S. Bayard Street
Caller advised a group of men are fighting outside the house at the address. Caller only sees two at this time/is unsure if there are more.

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