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Monday, Oct. 12

Criminal damage to property
1100 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised the window on the front door has been shattered.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
Male broke blood pressure cuff and became upset and left/he also yelled at staff/wants a CTW issued. Officer made contact with Horacio Villegas by the high school/he is refusing to speak/but was issued the CTW.

Disturbance
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a blue Ram was parked to close to her tan Trailblazer and she couldn’t get in her vehicle/then the driver came out and caused problems/tried to run her over. Officer had negative contact with caller.

Domestic disturbance
1120 E. Highway 180
They have been told already to stop and they continue. Officers advise all verbal/male is packing his things and leaving/couple is now out in the parking lot arguing over the car.

Disturbance
1040 E. Highway 180
Subjects in Room 220 are arguing. Caller has gotten several complaints from other guests about this room/when caller knocked on the door the female who answered had several red marks on her neck. Officers advised Ashley Gonzales and Jeremy Abeyta were both issued CTWs for this location.

Missing persons
2501 E. Highway 180
Officer out on grocery side. Officers stated the missing person was found in Deming by Deming PD.

Welfare check
2005 E. Highway 180 – 3:11 p.m.
Highly intoxicated male lying on the sidewalk in front of Wrangler’s advised he needs help. Officer requested non-emergency response for a 58-year-old male who is intoxicated. Eugene Lynn was issued a CTW for the SPIN house.

Welfare check
1330 E. 32nd Street – 4:20 p.m.
Male fell onto the roadway and possibly hit his head/he walked over to the bus stop in front of GRMC. Officer spoke with security and the male will be allowed to stay a little longer.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street – 5:16 p.m.
A named male is being belligerent and they want him removed. Officer advised Eugene is in protective custody.

Criminal damage to property
1040 E. Highway 180
Manager advised a male did not show up to pay for a damaged window. Officer advised unit clear.

Suspicious vehicle
2711 Leslie Road
Officers out with vehicle with door open/did secure the vehicle as best they could.

Tuesday, Oct. 13

Criminal trespass warning
1313 E. 32nd Street
A named male is there for an appointment and he has a CTW/he is not causing problems right now. Officer advised he is going to call security/spoke with security who agreed to let the male receive care there, advising if the male does start to cause problems he will call back.

Assault
W. 19th Street
Officer made contact with caller who stated her neighbor was over and showing her the new can of pepper spray the neighbor bought for protection. The neighbor then proceeded to spray herself and caller with the pepper spray.

DV order violation
Central Dispatch
Caller advised he is being threatened by a named male, who advised he was en route to “beat him up.”

Larceny
Langstroth Drive
Caller advised the license plate to her vehicle has been stolen.

Domestic disturbance
N. Silver Street
Male and female were yelling at each other. Officer had contact with both parties.

Reckless driver
Little Walnut Road
Following yellow sports car going at a high rate of speed. Officers advised car turned into driveway on Little Walnut/out with male.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
W. 12th Street
Caller’s Husky 2017 350 had the cover removed and the starter was removed/came back from hunting and found the vehicle tampered with.

Shoplifting
2441 E. Highway 180
Male took several items/left east on 180 in a white Dodge 4-door. Officer ATL but had negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
2711 Leslie Road
Caller can hear a group of about 5 subjects arguing/heard one male say “He was going to kill someone” and “was going to get a gun.” Officer out of unit/out with a named male and a named female.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
A named female is inside the store/she was issued a CTW in Jan. 2020 by GCSO deputy. Officer advised escorting female out of store/requesting other officer to location ref cuffing the female.

Larceny
N. Cheyenne Street
Caller advised her phone is missing from her house. Caller advised that she is using the Find My iPhone app and it is plotting out at a neighbor’s house. Caller advised she went over to confront her neighbors and they allowed her to walk through but she did not find it there. Caller called back advising she found her phone.

Aggravated assault
N. Silver and E. Pine streets
Caller advised his boss driving a green Honda Civic pulled a silver 9 mm handgun on him and is driving north on Swan. It is about a dispute at work. Caller will be out at Stout.

Unwanted subject
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller requests officer to remove people from two rooms that have not paid their fees. Officer advised units clear/subjects are still on scene attempting to start their vehicle/will leave upon starting vehicle.

Wednesday, Oct. 14

Domestic disturbance
Silver City Post Office
Caller advised a female was being yelled at by a male. Officers made contact advising both female and male refuse to cooperate.

Welfare check
3514 Fowler Avenue
Caller is a nurse and has been trying to call the Care Center for a while in reference to a patient and the phone keeps hanging up. Officer advised phones have been down since last night.

Larceny
Catholic Cemetery – 1598 S. Cooper Street
Caller advised that someone is taking things from the cemetery. Officers out with a named male at AutoZone.

Welfare check
2501 E. Highway 180
Male is slumped over in a white Chevy truck on the pharmacy side. Officers out with a named male/request ambulance for a 26-year-old male/lethargic/possibly used narcotics/emergency response/he refused medical attention.

Suspicious vehicle
1720 E. 32nd Street
Officer had contact advising vehicle belongs to a couple who live next door/vehicles were being moved around at their residence and they parked their truck in the parking lot momentarily/vehicle will be moved shortly.

Reckless driver
Hester Street
Officer set up frequent patrol for next two weeks.

COVID19
520 N. Bullard Street
No report.

Disturbance
Florence Street
8-year-old son is causing problems/violent and throwing things/he kicked caller. He is crying in the background. He has already kicked holes in the walls. Officer advised units clear/spoke with child and advised him to stop picking on his little brother and to be nice to his mother and family/also advised him to stop making holes in the walls.

COVID19
Grant County Offices
No report.

Aggravated battery
S. Texas Street
Male was outside trying to hit another male with a bat/male was outside earlier with a gun as well. Caller advised that a named male was at her home and was refusing to leave/advising he pulled a knife on her and cut her hands/he broke the door to her home/she left her home/he was on foot.

Welfare check
121 W. 12th Street
Female is slumped over in front of the Laundrymat/she is unresponsive/she is now responding/she was possibly asleep. Officer made contact with female advising she is okay/she is intoxicated and waiting for a ride from a friend.

Disturbance
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised that her brother is threatening people in the parking lot of Walgreen’s/he is on narcotics and refusing to let her help him or get out of her vehicle. Deputy advised everything is okay/male did get out of the vehicle/have one in unit/negative on anything physical.

Harassment
2501 E. Highway 180
Male in a red Chevy truck in Row 12 threatened if he had a gun he would use it/caller wants a CTW issued. Officer issued Norman Wheeler (not the ADA) a CTW to Walmart.

Welfare check
1 Ridge Road and S. Highway 90
Caller advised female that was at the 12th Street Laundrymat was being taken home when she demanded to be dropped off and attacked and hit the male who was driving her home and ran into the surrounding area. Officer had negative contact.

Harassment
Glenda Circle
A named male was just there getting things from the house and left walking/caller wants a CTW issued/he keeps harassing her via text. Officer en route to caller’s house/made contact with male.

Criminal trespass warning
W. Market Street
Caller advised a female is there and believes she has a CTW. Officer advised no such address/negative contact.

Accident-property damage
E. 32nd Street and Ridgecrest
Caller advised his burgundy GMC Terrain was hit by a white pickup, which drove away.

Harassment
Tracy Circle
Officer made contact with caller who advised that a group of males entered a Zoom meeting of the Democratic Party and yelled derogatory statements insulting African Americans and Transgenders.

Thursday, Oct. 15

Suspicious vehicle
La Capilla
Officer made contact/everything is okay/he was told to move along.

Welfare check
Durango Street
Caller advised a woman is slumped over in the street. Officer made contact advising the female was sitting up when officer arrived/advised she was just waiting for a ride.

Welfare check
Fran Drive
Caller advised that a named male pulled a gun on him/male was driving a green van/disconnected line. Officer made felony stop with vehicle at Silver Heights Chevron and placed Diego Esqueda in investigative detention.

Welfare check
2080 Memory Lane – 11:01 a.m.
Drunk male on blankets is yelling. Caller advised he does not live there. Officer advised Eugene Lynn left the property.

Welfare check
2 Ridge Road
Caller advised the named female took off out the back door and is walking up Ridge Road/male is in a black Mustang and is still parked by the pumps. Caller advised she just got a ride from the male.

Intoxicated persons
2080 Memory Lane – 1:06 p.m.
Male fell on his back near the roadway. Officer advised Eugene Lynn in unit en route to Tu Casa.

Welfare check
206 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a female fell outside the store/possibly intoxicated or on narcotics/she is lying down now. Officer requested ambulance for 38-year-old female who is intoxicated.

Domestic disturbance
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male is attempting to pull a female out of her car.

Suspicious vehicle
100 N. Rosedale Road
Officer advised male is okay/he was just birdwatching.

Unattended death
E. Spring Street
98-year-old female deceased inside home/was advised by a third party. EMS1 has delayed response.

Accident-property damage
N. Swan and E. 20th streets
Orange Subaru vs white car/negative injuries.

Domestic disturbance
Cactus Street
Officer made contact with a named male who advised he was arguing with his girlfriend because she has been acting ‘shady’ to him.

Welfare check
1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised that a female left out the front lobby with an IV in her arm/she needs to return so they can remove the IV/advised to cancel.

Overdose
Hilltop Road
No narrative.

Harassment
3082 32nd Street Bypass
Caller advised that a named male came in and harassed his employees and left in a white GMC. Officer had contact with male/conducting Field Sobriety Tests.

Disturbance
1313 E. 32nd Street
Advised a named male is in the hospital acting crazy and pounding on windows. The named male advised he would be calm and relax.

Suspicious vehicle
W. Highway 180 and Georgia Street
Caller advised that everyday a white 4-door Ford Focus parks in front of her mailbox and one person never gets out and the other person walks down the street into the house behind hers and then they leave. Officer advised caller to contact code enforcement and city hall to get signs for residential parking only.

Criminal damage to property
1605 W. Market Street
Caller advised someone broke into her mailbox.

Welfare check
1060 E. Highway 180
A named male in Room 219 is stating he is not capable of taking care of himself and is suicidal. Officer advised one male en route to hospital/he was released to medical staff.

Suspicious vehicle
2610 N. Silver Street
Officer went traffic with vehicle/everything is okay.

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