Friday, Apr. 3

Breaking and entering
Pinon Street – Sunrise Estates
Caller advised she is watching a house for her neighbor who is overseas/advised they found a dolly inside and it appears as if someone was trying to take the washer and dryer/requests frequent patrol for one month.

Welfare check
North Hurley Road
Female with no shoes that is possibly beat up/her face is all red and there is also blood on her face/she is by the Penjamo. Deputy had negative contact with anyone.

Unattended death
W. Highway 180 – Cliff
Found body behind this address. Deputy called and advised another deputy will be standing by with body until daylight. Deputy advised clear from scene/will be transporting subject in the back of his truck to Terraza’s.

Fairway Drive
Caller advised that their neighbor’s dog tried to attack them as they were walking/the neighbor went out yelling at them/the neighbor allows his dogs all the time when they go walking to attack them/they throw rocks at the dog. Deputy out on Fairway.

Welfare check
Mobile Drive
Female walking up and down screaming loudly. Deputy had contact with a named female/unit clear.

Saturday, Apr. 4

Welfare check
Racetrack Road
Caller from Mesilla Valley dispatch advised a male in Tucson called them stating he received a message from an ex-girlfriend saying, “It is about to go down in Arenas Valley. We are going to rape this woman and burn her fingertips and that she has aids.”

LS Mesa Road
Burglary from White Ranch.

Sunday, Apr. 5

Welfare check
Cove Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised that her mother is highly intoxicated and not in her right mind to be caring for her 16-year-old and 11-year-old sisters. Her mother did get physical with the . . .

Game and Fish
Arenas Valley Road and Busy Street
Caller advised there is a dead deer in the roadway. Deputy advised deer is out of the roadway/unit clear.

Domestic disturbance
Trailing Heart Drive – Silver Acres
Caller advised she was in a domestic with a named male/he got upset because she couldn’t find her key to her truck/he hit her in the face, knocked off her glasses, and tried to put her in a chokehold. Advised she scratched him in the face and used a wrench to defend herself. Caller is sitting in a white Chevy pickup in the Ridge Road Chevron parking lot.

Stolen motor vehicle
Arenas Valley Road
Caller advised that someone stole his camping trailer last week. Deputy on scene.

Welfare check
Hanover Cemetery
Black semi with about five kids playing around it/door to semi was open.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 @ Genson’s Trailer Park
Deputy advised went traffic with vehicle Highway 180 – MM 110 (Truck Bypass junction)/negative on impairment.

Unwanted subject
Silver Spur
Caller advised of a trespasser saying, “Ya’ll better get someone out here quick or there are going to be problems.” Caller called back advising he was assaulted by a vehicle and his son and house were hit by one of the vehicles.

Reckless driver
W. Highway 180 @ Mangas Valley Road
Deputy advised went traffic with the truck with a load of wood/negative on a DWI/erratic driving due to the load.

Weapons fired
Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Neighbors to the north have been firing multiple firearms all day long and she doesn’t feel safe/a named father is involved/they are on land owned by the Nature Conservancy. Deputies had contact with caller/will speak with father.

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