Monday, June 22, 2020

E. Cain Drive
Caller advised that a named female is harassing her about an accident she was involved in on Thursday. Officers were advised but had negative contact.

Welfare check
Yucca Street
Caller has not heard from two children, ages 5 and 6-years-old/they were supposed to be coming home from the lake with their father/he has not been communicating with her about her children. Officer had negative contact with that vehicle in the driveway/advised doesn’t look like anyone is home.

Domestic disturbance
1220 N. Hudson Street
Male on a bike hitting a girl/they are walking toward the park. Officers had contact with the pair at Gough Park/female advising verbal only.

E. 20th and N. Silver streets
Caller advised her husband called her and advised that someone stabbed him/she doesn’t know where he was stabbed/caller advised he has suicidal ideations. Advised he stabbed himself in left rib cage-abdominal area.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
1405 N. Hudson Street
Advised that someone has been throwing rocks at some of his vehicles. Officer set up frequent patrol.

Suicide threat
E. Cain Street
No narrative.

Magistrate Court – 1620 E. Pine Street
Advised received two threatening emails/would like an officer to respond.

1313 E. 32nd Street
Advised he was at the ER earlier and someone took his money/he had about $140 cash. Officer advised clear/en route to GRMC.

Domestic disturbance
2711 Leslie Road
Advised it is a named female and a named male with same last name/all verbal at this time/they are in the parking lot screaming/kids are right by them. Officer made contact advising male left walking/everything is okay.

Criminal trespass
2501 E. Highway 180
Advised that a named male is in the parking lot causing problems/he was last issued a CTW in 2016/wants him issued a CTW and off the property/he is kicking around a flat basketball in the parking lot.

Visitor Center
Caller advising he was assaulted in the ditch behind the Visitor Center when he went to get water. Officer advised Enrique would rather walk to GRMC.

123 W. 12th Street
Caller advising that a male took some merchandise/ Officer made contact with caller.

123 W. 12th Street
Two bottles of Jack Daniels were taken by two males/they left toward the carwash. Officers out at the old Parrish Tire Shop.

Breaking and Entering
Grant Street
Caller advised that her neighbor was pounding on her door advising someone had broken into his residence/she told him to call police. Caller advised some people in a black car just broke into his house and tore the house apart.

206 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a male stole two bottles of liquor and went down into the ditch. Officers advised behind Visitor Center/ATL on foot/en route to Hudson Plaza. A named male just called advising a male being aggressive with his uncle/he is also on a bike. Officers on scene in area.

Domestic disturbance
W. 12th and Pope streets
Officer went traffic with vehicle at HMS/a named male and a named female stated it was all verbal/an argument over family members.

Domestic disturbance
714 16th Street
A named male hit her and tried to run her off the roadway/he is still at the residence/she is at the corner of 16th and Gold on her bicycle/negative on any medical attention.

121 W. 12th Street
Caller advised all her clothes were stolen from the laundromat. Officer made contact with caller who advised when she returned from using the restroom at her residence there was nobody there and no clothes in any of the machines. Officer advised will make contact with laundromat to see if they stored her clothes prior to closing.

Tuesday, June 23

Domestic disturbance
N. Gold Street
A named male is threatening to kill his mother/caller’s brother is watching him outside/he might be under the influence of something. Officer made contact/has one in investigative detention.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
S. Pinos Altos Street
Caller advised the window to his wife’s vehicle is broken/there is a rock next to the vehicle.

Welfare check
3082 32nd Street Bypass -- Adult Protective Services
A male who is possibly homeless is sitting between the offices. Officer advised that he was waiting for someone and he advised the male they left for the day.

Accident-property damage
E. 14th Street and N. Silver Heights Blvd.
Black Santa Fe Sport vs silver Ford/between CT Cleaners and Pizza Hut.

Welfare check
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised they have not heard from a named male in a couple of weeks/he is bipolar. Officer made contact with male/everything is okay/clear.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised she has been having issues with people she hired to clean her house harassing her and now her son-in-law’s vehicle was damaged after seeing them at Walmart.

Unwanted subject
1600 16th Street
A named male is in her apartment and refusing to leave/he is intoxicated and wants her to go to bed with him. Officer made contact advising Anthony Alcorta was issued an indefinite CTW for this apartment/he gathered most of his property and left/will call for a civil standby for the rest.

30th Street
Caller is being bullied over the Internet by a named female and he is scared. Officer made contact with caller who advised he received a message from someone claiming to be a female
who sent him a nude photo via Facebook Messenger. Caller advised he sent a nude photo back and was told to send $100 or the photo of him would be distributed via Internet. Officer advised caller to block that person and change his privacy settings for his Facebook.

Game and Fish
1235 E. Highway 180
Caller advised an animal is eating a dead deer in front of Hatch Ford/it looks like a juvi mountain lion.

Unwanted subject
Cardinal Lane
Caller advised he was advised that a named female and a named male were outside fighting before the line was disconnected. Officer spoke to a male who stated he wanted the named male out of the house because he was . . .

Wednesday, June 24

1313 E. 32nd Street
A named female is refusing to leave and is causing problems/she is in the ER waiting room. Officer contacted a female to see if they have a place for the named female to stay tonight/dispatch made contact advising negative. Officer advised Motel 6 will not take the named female re: some damage she did to a room/all units clear/named female was taken back into GRMC/she started making suicidal ideations.

Suspicious vehicle
615 N. Texas Street
Advised a bike is parked on the south side of the building. Officer made contact with the bike/en route to station with the bike.

211 W. Broadway
Table was stolen from outside the business. Officer advised unable to get in contact with caller/tried multiple times.

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 @ DMV
Caller advised one of his employees was struck by a vehicle/employee is okay and able to walk/15-year-old male/tire rolled on heel/back pain. EMS1 requests Native Air be put on standby. EMS2 advised cancel Native Air standby/patient will be going by privately-owned vehicle.

Counterfeit money
1007 Pope Street
No report.

Unwanted subject
505 N. Hudson Street
Advised a subject in the dumpster was asked to leave and he is refusing/he is being belligerent. Officer issued Ruben Murillo a CTW/unit clear.

Welfare check
2320 E. Highway 180
Older male left his children alone inside a small red pickup/about five minutes ago. Officer had negative contact with any vehicle with kids in it/unit clear.

Accident-property damage
1075 E. Highway 180
Advised she is still in the median/black Toyota Tacoma.

Unwanted subject
206 N. Hudson Street
Advised that a customer is refusing to leave and is being belligerent/he is accusing her of not giving him his change back/he is refusing to let her assist other customers. Officer advised issued Ruben a CTW/units clear.

Welfare check
2260 E. Highway 180
Caller advised he has been giving a named male rides and today he didn’t recognize caller. Officer advised another male said the named male walked toward Walmart/negative contact at Walmart.

Thursday, June 25

W. 8th Street
Caller advised his bicycle has been taken from his front yard.

Suspicious vehicle
Virginia and Hill streets
Officer made contact with vehicle/he will be leaving area.

N. Silver and E. 20th streets
Caller advised that in the morning when she walks, a man stands outside and calls her a whore in Spanish and then touches himself/he normally wears black pants, white shirt, and a tie.

S. Cinc
Caller advised that a named male came to the house and was arguing with her daughter/he threatened to cut the cords to her Internet service and destroy her property/he left going toward the Chevron. Officer advised all verbal/units will be clear.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a named female who has a CTW is in the store/advised to go ahead and cancel.

Welfare check
Wendy’s – E. Highway 180
A person in the median walking toward Silver. NMSP advised female was going to be walking westbound near Baca’s Funeral Chapel. Another caller advised she is playing with her breast when . . .

Welfare check
2545 N. Silver Street
Caller advised that his wife hasn’t answered his phone calls or texts for the last week/last time caller spoke with her was the 15th of the month/71-year-old female. Officer advised will not be doing any more welchecks for this caller and this female/female stated they are not in a relationship and caller will not be called back.

Welfare check
Ridge Road and Lance Drive
A gray Chevy Malibu is out of gas/driver is heavily intoxicated and was stumbling/he is unable to start his vehicle. Deputy is on scene/driver is waiting for his mother to pick him up/clear/mother picked him up.

Welfare check
Cinc Drive
Caller from Beginning Years at GRMC advised a named female is being threatened verbally by the father of her children, who is to be evicted/she is scared right now and the doors are locked. A named male called and said he is not there and doesn’t know why the female is calling in with this information.

Domestic disturbance
1768 Pine Street – carwash
Caller can hear them yelling in a small silver car. Officers advised one male in investigative detention/out with a named female. Officer advised run for possession of a controlled substance.

Domestic disturbance
1401 Silver Heights Blvd.
Male restrained a female in a black 4-door/they made a left toward Sonic. Officer had negative contact.

Gordon Street
A named female just went over to caller’s house harassing caller/she has left/female is back in a white SUV circling the house and yelling at everyone.

Domestic disturbance
1016 N. Silver Street -- Rec Center
Caller advised that her boyfriend hit her, threw her keys in the ditch, and threatened to cut his wrists/he was wearing all black/left on a mountain bike toward downtown. Caller advised the fight started over the fact they only had a certain amount of money left on their card when he started freaking out and yelling at her.

Welfare check
407 N. Hudson Street
Male sleeping and has blood all over his clothes. Officer out with a named male.

Welfare check
SPIN – 1307 N. Swan Street
Caller advised a named male is in the front yard trying to light a tree on fire.

Request officer
910 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised a female co-worker is having problems with an ex-boyfriend. Female said he poisoned her dog and is in a white Mazda with a fictitious plate.

Welfare check
E. Daniel Street
Caller from Santa Fe advised that his friend possibly overdosed on pills/he takes Percocet.

Welfare check
1814 N. Silver Street – 11:05 p.m.
Caller advised she can hear a male screaming. Officer was advised and requested county assistance. Deputy made contact with Frank Gomez and advised him to stop yelling while people are sleeping.

Ridge Road
Caller advised at one of the houses in this area there was a bunch of people yelling and he got so scared he dropped his bong and ran away to the south. Deputies patrolled the area with negative contact with any yelling or bong left behind.

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