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Monday, Nov. 16

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Highway 180 – MM 103 (1 mile east of Mangas Terrace)
Caller advised she was parked on the side road asleep when she was awakened by her vehicle being shaken/there was someone trying to take the tire off her vehicle/she is in the westbound lane with her hazards on. Unable to obtain what kind of vehicle she is in because caller lost service. Caller called back advising in a black 2005 Honda CRV/caller has no description of the subjects who were trying to tamper with her vehicle. Caller advised she had a problem with people taking the tires.

Welfare check
Mill Street – North Hurley
Female calling from a scanner to send help. Dispatcher advised had contact with female who advised everything is okay/could hear two males in the background yelling. Deputy issued Dillon Castaneda a CTW for the address.

Missing person
Highway 15 – Continental Divide RV Park – 8:54 p.m.
Caller's girlfriend was last seen at 5 p.m./she drives a 2005 blue Chevy Uplander/their two children are possibly with her/all the childrens' food and supplies have been packed up.

Accident-property damage
Racetrack and Crum roads
Caller advised she witnessed a silver Dodge wreck/there is a bumper in the roadway. Deputies advised one-quarter mile past Crum/negative contact with driver or passenger/heavy front end damage.

Unwanted subject
Bornite Street – Tyrone
Caller advised that her ex-boyfriend was at her house banging on her window/he has returned and is knocking on her window. Deputy advised male is no longer in the area/request frequent patrol/other deputies respond/negative contact with male.

Tuesday, Nov. 17

Highway 152 – MM 18 (3 miles east of Highway 61 junction)
Caller advised that her grandson called advising he wrecked in the Black Range/unknown exactly where/he has a laceration to his head.

Suspicious vehicle
S. Highway 90 @ Calvary Chapel
Deputy advised male was sleeping on side of roadway.

Welfare check
Mangas Valley and Redrock roads
Caller advised he came up on a male who was trying to help a third male who was laying out in the middle of the road and injured/advised he was bleeding from the head and was heavily intoxicated. Caller advised the injured male got back into his vehicle and drove off advising he was going into Silver. Caller also advised the injured male also drove away from the area to get cell service to call. Deputy advised negative contact at Mangas Valley/Highway 180/ATL on . . .

Criminal trespass
Highway 152 – Hanover
Deputy made contact with a named male who advised that a dark-colored Toyota came on his property and he told them they couldn't be there/he advised that the other . . .

Welfare check
2 Camino Tolteca
Deputy request to public service a named female/advised her that officers are at her residence for a welfare check. She advised she was not home and disconnected line. Deputy was advised. Another deputy spoke to her over the phone/she is at a friend's house.

2 Camino Tolteca
Caller said she was trying to buy a house and she sent in an application with her social on it. Caller advised she sent $200 to 'housesforrent' via CASHAPP.

Caller advised that she was involved in a battery yesterday/a male hit her in the arm.

Domestic disturbance
Flury Lane – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a named male is having a domestic/he can hear a male and a female arguing/unknown if it is physical. Deputy advised units clear/subjects are refusing to come to the door to speak with officers.

Suspicious vehicle
Highways 152 and 356
Deputy advised vehicle is locked and secure and not obstructing traffic/unit clear.

Welfare check
Grand Mesa Drive
Caller advised he was talking to his son about 30 minutes ago and the son was complaining of a bad headache and now caller can't reach him on the phone/caller is en route from Las Cruces and is at the Border Patrol checkpoint. Deputy advised vehicle is in the driveway but nobody is coming to the door/made contact with caller.

Wednesday, Nov. 18

Suspicious vehicle
11072 W. Highway 180
Caller advised a red sedan is parked on Highway 180 in front of the entrance. Deputies requested next wrecker on rotation/advised vehicle is partially in road and driveway/advised units clear/tow company has possession of vehicle.

Domestic disturbance
Mountain View Drive
Caller advised that a named male and a named female are fighting/it is physical at this time. Second caller advised he has hit her/he is now yelling at his grandmother and cousin/the husband's name is (redacted).

Accident-property damage
Elmer Boyett Road
Caller advised the line is not touching the ground but it is a hot line and is draped over the truck. Deputy advised PNM taking care of the line.

Tyrone Mine and Mangas Valley roads
Accident is 5-10 miles up Tyrone Mine Road/there are four kids and two adults/some of the kids are bleeding. Caller believes she may have a broken back and arm/everyone is outside of the vehicle/advised an adult is bleeding from the elbow and possibly a broken arm/two kids are shaken up.

Accident-property damage
Chuck's Folly – Highway 180 – Cliff
Caller advised that a customer left his vehicle running and it began to roll and struck a government vehicle/nobody injured. Old blue Datsun truck vs white Ford F150.

Welfare check
Artcher Road
Advised her 10-year-old son just took off running after an argument about doing his schoolwork/he was threatening to hurt himself when he got out of the vehicle. Caller advised the son was returning home but still wanted an officer to speak with him.

Broken Arrow Drive – Silver Acres
Advised that he heard two shots and screaming. Advised her boyfriend is shot advising her ex shot him. Second caller advised she heard shots and saw one set of headlights. Can hear kids crying/a named male shot her boyfriend and ran to his dad's house/unknown address on the same property/shot in the head. Deputy advised EMS to stage at the Chevron. Third caller advised son's mom and boyfriend advised that they were . . .

Chalcopyrite Court – Tyrone
Caller advised his 17-year-old daughter attacked him/she is still in the house/she is in the bedroom/he was telling her to keep it down because she was having a loud conversation/advised she scratched his eye/he just had cataract surgery. Deputy ATL the juvenile in the area.

Thursday, Nov. 19

Accident-property damage
Highway 152 – MM 5 (tunnel)
A vehicle has slid off the road/unknown if any injuries or what type of vehicle. Caller called back advising there might be an infant involved in the accident.

Welfare check
Valle de Uvas – Upper Mimbres – 9:12 a.m.
Caller advised that a named male called someone to advise he had fallen last night/caller hasn't been able to contact the male since about 3 p.m. yesterday. Deputy requested ambulance to location/male is confused and doesn't know who he is or where he is at this time.

Welfare check
Highway 15 – Pinos Altos
Caller advised about two blocks from his home his ex-wife and her boyfriend have been living in the woods since Corona started/advised they possibly have COVID 19/he can hear the female screaming and yelling and is unsure what is going on/she may be having some kind of mental breakdown due to her children leaving for Utah earlier this week.

Vehicle accident-no injuries
Highway 180 – MM 117 (1 mile west of Uncle Woody's Flea Market)
No narrative.

Suspicious vehicle
Church on Arroyo Seco
Female advised she is the pastor's wife and she is there praying. Deputy walked up through the trees and the female is still there/had contact with the female who advised she was praying around the church/her husband is the pastor.

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