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Monday, Nov. 30

Breaking and entering
S. Mill Road
Caller advised unknown subjects are trying to get in, it is Fuel Center Plus. Officers advised cut fence/SE side of property/truck bins open.

Vehicle accident-no injuries
Pinos Altos Road and Bosworth Drive
No narrative.

Private property accident
2311 Ranch Club Road
No report.

Welfare check
601 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised that her husband just called advising he had just fallen near the bakery and needed help. Caller called back advising to cancel/she did get in contact with her husband/he got up and is okay.

Intoxicated persons
100 N. Rosedale Road
Male seems intoxicated and is walking backwards through the intersection. Officer had negative contact.

Larceny
116 S. Bullard Street – Sierra House
Caller advising several items were stolen from the Sierra House/they have an idea who did it.

Unwanted subject
Virginia Street
Caller advised that a named female is destructive toward the property and wants her issued a CTW/she is not there at this time. Officer spoke to caller and put out ATL for Jessica Steele driving a red Volkswagen Jetta.

Child pornography
Arenas Valley
No narrative.

Child pornography
Cliff/Gila
No narrative

Welfare check
607 N. Hudson Street
Two kids ran out of a building next to Thompson Realty into oncoming traffic/caller advised the mother got upset and started to hit the children. Officer advised child is okay. Officer made contact with mother who advised she did spank her middle child one time/she told the children to stay . . .

Welfare check
N. Swan Street
Caller advised he helped an old lady off the floor that was covered in urine/she fell when she was throwing the trash/she is in her 60s or 70s/caller asked her if she needed an ambulance but she refused. Officers had contact with female/she is okay.

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 @ NAPA
Caller advised her sister-in-law was flipping a U when she hit a pole and curb/there is damage to her car/no one is injured. Officer investigating.

Shoplifting
1220 N. Hudson Street
Female in Aisle 12 has bag full of items. Officer out with Shelby Marquez/issued Shelby Marquez an indefinite CTW to Food Basket.

Welfare check
1220 N. Hudson Street
Officer advised a citizen approached advising a juvenile male alone on the south side of Food Basket. Officer advised searching for male/mother was with child.

Shoplifting
1330 E. 32nd Street
Named male shoplifting/driving silver Mercury/left west on 32nd/wearing a red and black hoodie/was with a female and a few kids in the vehicle/male took a 12-pack of Mountain Dew with an approximate value of $4.90/would like a CTW issued if located/has video ready. Officer advised negative contact with vehicle/will be out at Dollar General.

Suspicious vehicle
2633 E. Highway 180
Officer out with a named male/advising he ran out of money and gas. Is standing by for somebody to come help him/unit clear.

Shoplifting
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised that a named male stole cigarettes and liquor/happened 10 minutes ago. Officers made contact with Fabian Amaro at R&L Service Center/en route to Walgreen's with Amaro/out at Walgreen's returning property/en route to station.

Weapons fired
16th Street
Caller said she heard a loud bang/it sounded like a shotgun to her. Second caller advised he heard one shot from a high-powered weapon/he is standing by at the Exxon. Third caller advised it sounded like an explosion came from south of her location at 15th and Silver.

Suspicious vehicle
2290 Superior
Officer advised unit clear/both vehicle and building are secured.

Tuesday, Dec. 1

Domestic disturbance
Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised that her 10-year-old grandson called her saying his mother and her boyfriend are in a physical domestic/caller is on her way to pick up her grandson.

Unwanted subject
W. Spring Street
Caller requesting an officer to remove a named male ref he is bringing clutter into her home and she told him he could not stay.

Disturbance
1105 E. Highway 180
Caller advised her 7-year-old son is throwing a tantrum in the McDonald's parking lot/he hit her mother/caller disconnected the line. Officer advised will be clear/boy did calm down and went with grandmother/made contact with mother who stated her son hit her and . . .

Welfare check
Mann Drive
Caller advised that her sister said she was going to cut her wrist/unknown where she went/wearing a yellow hoodie/left about five minutes ago. Officer had negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised that a named male spit on her and threw a board at her car/he left on a black dirt bike.

Unwanted subject
16th Street
Caller advised that a named male was trying to take a painting from caller's residence without being welcomed/male did leave. Officer advised will be clear/caller is requesting a CTW be issued for Ronnie Carbajal for caller's residence/will ATL for him.

Criminal damage to property
1012 N. Silver Street
Caller advised some of the windows to the building have been shot out.

Welfare check
North Loop
Caller advised her son's father texted that he is upset at son for lying. Officer made contact with father who advised he was upset . . . /will be clear/child is okay.

Unwanted subject
E. 6th Street
A named male is causing problems in caller's house. Could hear male arguing with caller in background. Caller is calling from Lordsburg.

Domestic disturbance
Pinos Altos Road
A named male and caller were fighting/the male is intoxicated/advised the male hit himself and said that caller is going to go to jail not him. Officer made contact with both parties who advised everything was verbal and caller was attempting to leave the residence/they are going to separate for the night.

COVID 19
1306 N. Hudson Street
No report.

Welfare check
N. Cheyenne Street
Caller advised son has been making phone calls to brother and without making specific threats sounds suicidal/he has had episodes like this in the past/son is slightly intoxicated and is home alone.

Suspicious vehicle
S. Mill Street
Caller advised an RV is parked in front of the Little Toad Brewery and it looks like the subjects re setting up to camp at that location. 32-foot blocking driveway/Class A tires 19.5 rear/dually/single tie/wrecker en route. Officer clear from location en route to animal shelter/at animal shelter.

Battery
Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised a male is in the backyard/small child got on the phone advising that a male is trying to kill himself. Second caller advised he needs an ambulance because his son was beat up. But had a bad connection and was not making any sense/R2 staging in the area.

Wednesday, Dec. 2

Welfare check
1120 E. Highway 180
Caller said his father was possessed by demons so he attacked him/caller advised he has no weapons/said his leg is bruised. Officer made contact with male on west side of the building. Caller requested to speak to a mental health expert. Trevor Walker has two outstanding warrants out of Judge Laney's court/bond to be set.

Shoplifting
3025 E. Highway 180
Caller advised someone in a small black car pulled in front of the store and stole two bags of wood stove pellets/they headed toward Walmart. Officers advised registration returned as a black 2011 Buick 4dr/negative contact with vehicle/will be out at Ace Hardware.

Accident-property damage
Kris Circle
Caller advised that the neighbor's car rolled into her home/no one appears to be injured/she asked the neighbor if she was okay and she shook her head and went back inside/it's a black Ford. Officer requested ambulance to location for a 61-year-old female with an injured right leg/negative on an emergency.

Shoplifting
100 N. Rosedale Road
A named male is in the store/he took some cigarettes and left toward Walmart. Officers made contact with Fabian Amaro at Rosedale and Highway 180/en route to Walgreen's/one in custody.

Unwanted subject
E. 6th Street
Caller advised that a male and a female were on his property and he chased them. Call was actually taking place in Hidalgo County/was transferred accordingly.

Unwanted subject
Durango Street
Caller advised a male is in his yard who doesn't belong there/unable to give description. Officer advised male left upon arrival of LE.

Suspicious vehicle
505 W. College Avenue
Caller advised a strange white car with South Dakota plate is parked in front of Smith Real estate. Officer advised it was Freddy Quesada/he left.

Thursday, Dec. 3

Welfare check
Canal Street
Caller from CYFD advised they were on a Zoom meeting with the two parents and could hear arguing/it sounded as if the female threw hot coffee or some type of liquid/they have a 16-year-old in the home who isn't in CYFD custody but the other three are. Officer advised negative answer at the residence.

Burglary
N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a window next door is broken.

Disturbance
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller has two customers arguing outside in the line/one of the males cut the line and the other became aggravated by it. Officer advised they will be clear/both are already inside the store/no other issues at this time.

Suspicious vehicle
502 N. Bullard Street
Across the street a white car is parked at the army store/named male is constantly honking the horn. Officer out with Freddy Quesada/he stated he is waiting on gas.

Vehicle accident-no injuries
E. Daniel Street and Highway 90
No narrative.

Welfare check
E. 19th Street
Caller advised her male partner, 73-years-old, has dementia and left the house about 20 minutes ago on foot. Officers ATL on foot/negative contact/will continue to ATL.

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