Bayard Police Department

Monday, Apr. 30

Central Avenue
No narrative.

Welfare check
Fahey Street
Caller spoke with someone who advised his daughter is with CYFD, but he called CYFD and they do not have his daughter. Caller is worried mother is hallucinating. Officer advised negative contact/advised they were in town as per the grandma.

McKee Street
No report.

Hurley Police Department

Saturday, May 1

Controlled burn
Goathead Path – Arenas Valley
No report.

Sunday, May 2

Domestic disturbance
B Street
Caller advised his girlfriend was hitting him while he was unloading groceries/she left and ran over his fence. Officer and deputy on scene.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, Apr. 30

Breaking and entering
W. Pine and S. Cleveland streets
Caller advised that someone tried to take wrought iron from the property/about 15-20 minutes ago someone broke into the property/window is broken.

Saturday, May 1

Welfare check
500 S. Prescott Street
Caller advised her daughter's boyfriend is having mental issues/he stated he was going to commit suicide like his father did and take a bunch of pills/her daughter did find a suicide letter a few days ago stating he was going to kill himself tonight. Deputy advised they spoke to the male who advised he is okay.

Welfare check
Bellm Street
A named male did not show up for duty in Las Cruces National Guard/caller has tried to call and text him/wants to speak with LE when welcheck is complete. Officer will be en route to an Empire Street address ref another possible address.

W. Pinon Street
Caller advised hearing about 15 shots/nephew is being shot at/they are still actively . . . Third caller from Mineral Street advised her window was shot out. Fourth Caller from Pinon Street advised next door there is a shooting/advised there is yelling and gun shots.

Sunday, May 2

DV order violation
Highway 180 – 10:47 a.m.
Caller advised her dad just called the sister's phone and said he was on his way with the money.

DV order violation
Highway 180 – 4:53 p.m.
Caller advised her dad is at her house/she and her sister are at a cousin's house/mom called to check on them and could hear her dad in the background, he said things would be worse on her mom if she called the police/baby brother (1-year-old) is at the house with her. Deputies advised.

Domestic disturbance
500 Prescott Street
Caller advised the grandson in the house was fighting with his girlfriend. Advised he came over to get away from the girl and she followed him to the house. Officer advised will be clear from the location/will be attempting contact at the corner of Prescott and Maple Street.

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