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Friday, July 31

Game and Fish
2115 Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised a fox was in the yard wandering around here at the business/might be two of them/might be rabid. Officers advised will head that way until Game and Fish can get there/NMSP dispatch notified/no visual/negative contact with any fox.

Welfare check
W. Alice Street
Caller works with animal protection of New Mexico/received a call from a female concerned about the dog’s safety.

Burglary
22nd Street
Caller advised things are missing from his garage including a plastic tub that had clothing.

Unwanted subject
1220 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a male walked inside and stole some things including eye drops/still in the parking lot in a black van. Officer had contact with male.

Domestic disturbance
Pinos Altos Road
Officer received a call from a named male advising that the argument was between him and his sister/stated his sister had caught their dad cheating and was arguing with him.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Male removed headphones from packaging. Officer made contact with Britton Scott inside of Walmart who stated he did take sole inserts and a pair of socks because his feet were hurting. Officer issued him an indefinite CTW to Walmart.

Criminal trespass warning
2441 E. Highway 180
Lift CTW to Walmart.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
N. Swan Street
Caller advised someone broke into his aunt’s red Jeep.

Domestic disturbance
E. 20th Street
Caller advised his mother pinned him down/he is locked in his room/officer is at his house.

Welfare check
2085 Pinos Altos Road
A named male is outside talking to himself and walking in circles. Officer had contact Pinos Altos and Kimberly/everything is okay/male advised he will stay out of the roadway/unit clear.

Saturday, Aug. 1

Welfare check
Ridge Loop
Advised that a female is parked at one of the clinics but she’s not doing anything/the clinic is closed/she has all her doors open and seems out of it. Officers advised clear/see if her mother can come to . . .

Welfare check
Bullard Street
Caller called 911 twice/on callback caller could not give me the address and that someone is with him. Officer assisted other officers with their citizen assist.

Disturbance
3514 Fowler Avenue
Caller not answering dispatch/sounds like caller put the phone down/caller is telling male to get out of her face/caller disconnected. Officers made contact with caller.

Disturbance
Fraser Drive
Caller advised a named male tweaker is at his house/verbal only/caller won’t stop arguing with him/caller keeps saying “What you going to do?”

Welfare check
Fowler Avenue and Glenda Circle
Caller advised screaming is going on and a woman is crying/little kids are yelling/did not want to give a name or number or address. Officer made contact with caller/out at a Valley Vista address.

Sunday, Aug. 2

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Virginia Street
Advised a hole is in the back window and a brick is on the back seat. Officer advised failure to appear warrant out of Judge Laney’s court/advised caller to take care of his warrant.

Loud music
E. 32nd Street
Officer made contact with a named male/he will turn it down.

Welfare check
1928 E. Highway 180
Caller stated that a male is lying down by the flagpole/possibly squatting on the property/wants him issued a CTW if contact is made. Officer issued Britton Scott a CTW. Caller called back advising the male left and before leaving threw his trash around.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
E. 14th /Alabama
Silver BMW with a smashed driver side windshield/caller is a Domino’s delivery person.

Disturbance
Plata Road
Caller advised she is having trouble with her grandchildren/the neighbor just called advising that her granddaughter tried to hit the neighbor’s son with a rock and if the granddaughter went into her yard again she was going to kill her. Caller advised that the granddaughter is 13-years-old and the 10-year-old is kicking caller because the older sister is telling him to. Officer advised clear/we spoke to caller and granddaughter.

Disturbance
W. 11th and Santa Rita streets
Male and female screaming in the area. Caller advised he witnesses a grandmother and son arguing. Officer clear from here/en route to 1414 Little Walnut Road to check on other party who left prior to arrival/clear/negative contact.

Breaking and entering
Virginia Street
Officer requesting county assistance/someone possibly breaking into this residence. Caller advised she went to check on the residence and the lights are on in the home/believes someone is in the home.

Domestic disturbance
310 W. 11th Street
Caller advised that her daughter was hit in the head with a gun by her boyfriend/she was taken to GRMC by her sister.

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