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Monday, July 27

Domestic disturbance
Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised there is a domestic/a named male threw a rock through back of windshield/caller is at Short Stop. Deputies on scene searching for male/out at location.

Cripple Creek Road
Deputy spoke to caller who advised she received a scam call from someone posing as a Social Security official requesting the last four digits of her SS number.

Bird Sanctuary
Advised that his gun was taken/he is now between Cliff and Silver City.

Welfare check
San Lorenzo Elementary
Advised that a female was walking on the side of the roadway toward San Lorenzo/pregnant/might be having a baby. Advised that the female told them to leave her alone and continued to walk and caller left the area. Second caller advised the same. Deputy advised will be en route shortly.

Welfare check
Sandalwood Avenue
5-year-old female is supposed to be with her father/hasn’t spoke to child in four months/caller has someone from CYFD at her apartment to speak with deputy.

Highway 152 – Santa Rita
Caller advised he was scammed out of money he paid for an Xbox.

Unwanted subject
Main Street – Pinos Altos – 6:20 p.m.
Caller advised daughter is now on scene at caller’s residence yelling and threatening them through the window. Deputy advised en route to another location/attempt contact with second party/no one is home.

Century Drive – San Lorenzo
Advised family members are going onto his property to get some of a named male’s belongings and he’s not happy about it. Deputy advised will handle call after his other call.

Weapons fired
Iglesia Street – Hanover – 9:25 p.m.
6-7 shots heard. Deputy advised everything is okay at the address/it was a verbal/will frequent patrol the area.

Unwanted subject
Main Street – Pinos Altos – 9:30 p.m.
Caller advising the named female is back and turned off caller’s water/she is still on scene. Deputy out with a named individual at the house to the south.

Loud music
Goathead Path -- Arenas Valley
Deputy advised all units clear/made contact with homeowner.

Tuesday, July 28

Welfare check
Highway 152 – Santa Rita
Caller believes his 14-year-old grandson ran away three days ago/mother is home right now. Patient is 105 pounds.

Welfare check
Airport Road and Highway 180
Female walking on side of the road/pregnant/black Tahoe following her/caller was just passing by. Deputy advised went all the way to MM 136 (4 miles south of Grant County Airport Road) and checked Airport Road also with no contact.

Welfare check
McKnight Canyon – Mimbres Valley
Possible missing person out of Las Cruces. Caller believes he saw his vehicle over the weekend. There is a blue and white Bronco parked in the trees just to the left of McKnight Canyon ref missing person Levi Neal Grelle.

Missing persons
Encina Street – Arenas Valley
Caller advised her 5-year-old adoptive son left the house/received a call from her 16-year-old daughter who said she cannot find him/been missing about five minutes. Caller stated en route to address.

Iglesia Street – Hanover – 6:30 p.m.
Deputy spoke to caller who wanted to know if her husband’s mom could kick her out of the house she has been living in for three years. She was told an officer would be at her door in three days to drag her out. Deputy told caller she would need to be evicted out of her property before officer would be involved/that she could not be kicked out without that or if she wanted to leave on her own will she could.

Wednesday, July 29

Domestic disturbance
Mobile Drive
Caller advised her ex-boyfriend is there and causing problems/she just wants him removed. Deputy made contact/everything is okay/will stand by for a bit/clear/subjects have left in a grey pickup/caller did not allow into the residence.

Mountain View Drive
Caller advised she stayed at a friend’s house and left her card at either Space 5 or 7/there has been $2,000 worth of transactions. Caller is at the Sierra House.

DV order violation
Unknown location
Respondent Vanessa Castillo has been served.

Welfare check
Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Caller advised that her client has been having construction done the last few days and when the construction company arrived today he did not open the gate and they found his main door open and the screen door closed. The construction company has not entered the house but did call out to the male and he did not answer. Caller advised the male is 68-years-old, a drinker, and a veteran with PTSD/he may be passed out from drinking.

Eagle Nest Drive
Caller wants a CTW issued against her ex/he is harassing her.

Suspicious vehicle
2750 E. Highway 180
Deputy advised everything is okay/it was an employee getting a supply read.

Thursday, July 30

Vehicle burglary
2069 Cottage San Road
Caller advised they got into his vehicle and stole his BRSA Thunder .380, black and silver in color, and a black leather holster with a belt clip.

Welfare check
2069 Cottage San Road
Caller advised that her neighbor has been yelling all morning/unsure what is wrong with her. Deputy spoke to a named female/everything is okay.

DVO served
Unknown location
No report.

Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a named male is on the property yelling at her and her son and she has nowhere to go to get away from him. Deputy advised negative for a CTW for that address/out at location.

Welfare check
Racetrack Road – Arenas Valley
Caller from CYFD advised two kids are living with dad/main concern is inadequate shelter and lack of food/there are mice and mold in the house/dirty dishes and dirty laundry/food is tainted with mice feces/father might be leaving the kids alone/12-year-old female has had suicidal issues.

Welfare check
Highway 152 – Santa Rita
Caller from CYFD advised a 13-year-old male made suicidal statements, saying, “I’m done. I can’t take it anymore.” Re: emotional abuse from mother. Deputy advised child is okay.

Domestic disturbance
Big Bend Road
Advised that his mother’s boyfriend hit her/he head-butted his mother in the face/they are actively fighting at this time/this is the first time he has seen them fighting.

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