Monday, June 7

Suspicious vehicle
Stout Elementary School
Officer made contact with one of the custodians.

Stolen motor vehicle
Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised last saw the 2020 charcoal grey Ford F150 last night. Officer will ATL the vehicle/possibly taken by a Hispanic male en route to the Cliff area.

Criminal trespass warning
2005 E. Highway 180
Male broke the door/headed up toward Memory Lane on foot/he became very upset when she refused to sell him alcohol/he is now inside Griffiin's Propane yard/now between Mi Casita and New Phaze.

Unwanted subject
501 Silver Heights Blvd.
Homeless male sleeping on side of the building/caller just wants him to leave. Officer advised the male was advised to move along.

Harassment
E. 32nd Street
Caller advised her neighbor has been harassing her for over a year/he stands in front of her window while he is texting her. Officer advised that doesn't rise to the level of harassment/suggests contacting landlord.

Harassment
1007 Pope Street
Caller advised they just had a patient's guardian threaten a provider at the Santa Clara clinic over the phone/they want her issued a CTW. Deputy issued Jody Andrews a CTW for HMS.

Welfare check
Brianna Way
This morning a female walked through his yard with torn clothing/she also had scratches and dirt in her hair/she is in another yard now. Officer had contact with female/she has a DVO out of Colorado and a want out of Wisconsin.

Welfare check
W. College Avenue
Ref a female not feeling well.

Disturbance
1220 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a named male attempted to point a firearm at a person there/he left the property. Officers ATL male on Highway 90.

Domestic disturbance
E. Pine Street
Caller advised she just had a verbal dispute with her daughter-in-law who threatened her but left. Caller disconnected after requesting officer.

Suspicious vehicle
E. Pine Street and Katheryne Circle
Charcoal grey sedan sitting on the side of the road/male has been sitting inside the vehicle all day. Officer advised made contact with owner/everything is okay/units clear.

Domestic disturbance
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male tried to get physical with her/they were involved in the accident off Kirkland and Talissa earlier and the male became irate after driving him home. Officer advised both units clear/verbal only/both parties separated.

DV order violation
1220 N. Hudson Street
Caller has a restraining order and he has been messaging her threats on her phone/would like to show them to an officer. Officer made contact with caller.

Unwanted subject
N. Canal Street
Caller advised two females came over in a beige Chrysler and wanted to fight caller's daughters/unknown who they are. Officer in the area ATL the vehicle.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
Female in the waiting room is refusing to leave. Officer en route to SOS shelter.

Welfare check
Penny Park
13-year-old male walking west on 12th who told caller his mother had kicked him out of the home. Officer made contact with male juvi/juvi in unit en route to an address off Broadway.

Domestic disturbance
Alabama Street
Advised she needs to get her things from the home. Could hear the female and male arguing about what things were hers. Officer advised both units clear/female left prior to arrival/male advised everything was verbal.

Unwanted subject
N. Canal Street
Advised the female from earlier is back on the property/seems to be a high school or middle school girl. Officer had negative contact.

Tuesday, June 8

Disturbance
E. 12th and N. Swan streets
Caller advised he can hear male and a female screaming. Officer advised both units clear/negative contact with any domestic in the area.

Missing persons
Mountain View Road
A named 18-year-old female was supposed to go to Lake Roberts but went to Bill Evans instead. They went to Bill Evans to look for her/they were not there. Calls to her are going to voicemail.

Unwanted subject
E. 19th Street
Advised she is requesting to have her son removed from the property/he is refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine and is also refusing to be tested. Officer advised she cannot force the male to leave ref he is a resident at that location.

Harassment
1810 N. Swan Street
Caller advised she is being followed by someone/unable to provide a description. Officer dropped female off at the SOS shelter.

Fight
Two males/white and Hispanic/appears the Hispanic male is beating the white male for his money/Hispanic male has left/female asked the white male if he needed an ambulance/he said no.

Harassment
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised that her sister started a fight with a named female. Officer advised units will be clear/will call back if that female shows.

Assault
S. Bullard Street
Caller advised a male is assaulting caller and another subject/they have the male on the ground. Officer advised clear/male was released on a non-traffic citation.

Disturbance
106 N. Bullard Street
Male in the parking lot causing problems and throwing things/he is trying to start a fight with employees.

Disturbance
111 S. Texas Street
Two males are arguing in the kitchen/they are causing problems and refusing to leave. Officer advised units will be clear/everything is okay here.

Welfare check
1040 E. Highway 180
Customer that left her dogs in the room/they are not sure where the owner is but the dogs have been left alone for two days. Officer advised a named female in Room 108 is the owner of the dogs/dogs will be at the Humane Society. Caller advised they reviewed the cameras and she was last seen there two days ago.

Criminal trespass warning
320 E. Broadway
Caller wants a named female issued a CTW. Officer advised will be clear.

Disturbance
Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised she saw a male arguing and holding a black gun/advised there were four males arguing/she can't see anything because she went back inside.

Disturbance
N. Gold Street
Caller advised that he and his soon-to-be son-in-law were in a physical altercation/advised he was pushed through a glass window. Officer advised will be clear/male is being taken to GRMC by his family.

Domestic disturbance
2501 E. Highway
Caller advised the male pulled the female out of her vehicle and the female slapped the male in the face. Officers advised both units clear/one party left prior to arrival/everything was verbal.

Wednesday, June 9

Driveby
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised a vehicle passed by and she heard eight shots/the vehicle was speeding. Second caller advised he heard five shots coming from the Big Ditch area. Officer advised in the area ATL.

Unwanted subject
1810 N. Swan Street
Male was being belligerent with employees/he was talking to himself but said he was going to burn down one of the employees' houses/he is leaving in a red Nissan 4dr. Officer had negative contact with male.

Identity theft
1600 16th Street – Mountain View Senior Apartments
Caller advised someone filed for unemployment in her name.

Domestic disturbance
N. Main and W. 13th streets
Male and female on foot having an argument/looks like the male is trying to get away/female walking by the basketball court toward 12th. Officer had contact/verbal only/parties separated.

Welfare check
Tracy Circle
Caller cannot reach a 27-year-old female diagnosed with schizophrenia or her father. Officer had contact with both and they are okay.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
A named male was very aggressive to employees the last time he was in the store and he is in the store/caller wants him issued a CTW. Officer advised Sky Blaine was issued an indefinite CTW to Walmart.

Harassment
Cactus Street
Caller advised a named male is harassing her. Officer made contact with caller and set up frequent patrol for two weeks.

Missing persons
Georgia Street – 8:21 p.m.
Caller advised his 57-year-old wife left the house around 4:30 p.m. in a blue 2008 BMW headed to town to get groceries/no family in area/does not have a cell phone/no suicidal ideation/no medical history. NMSP contacted GRMC house supervisor who advised no one in hospital . . .

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named female is in the grocery side. Officer advised en route to GCDC/out at GCDC.

Domestic disturbance
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male and the female are fighting again. Officers had negative contact.

Thursday, June 10

Disturbance
1105 E. Highway 180
Caller advised some drivers of cars are in the parking lot fighting. Officer advised there are approximately six cars/everything is okay.

Disturbance
2500 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male in a silver car was yelling and screaming and ran over some construction cones. Officer spoke to workers but they hadn't seen anything/everything is okay.

Welfare check
1060 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male who is standing by the rock wall between the two hotels is trying to climb the wall and when people pass by he ducks in the weeds/he was stating his mom died of cancer and asked if the guests could throw change out the window for him/he seems intoxicated. Officer out with the male.

Unwanted subject
2709 Leslie Road – Gateway Apartments
Caller is refusing to provide information.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a customer who was causing problems yesterday is back in the store. Officer had contact with the male.

Welfare check
W. 6th Street
50-year-old male called advising he was going to kill himself by self-inflicted bullet wound to the head.

Welfare check
Ohio Street
Caller advised she hated being in New Mexico and wanted to kill herself/unknown what means.

Welfare check
Catholic Cemetery – 1598 S. Cooper Street
Caller advised a male in a blue truck is yelling at a female/they are yelling at each other. Officer made contact with the two.

Unwanted subject
3420 E. Highway 180
Caller advised guests in Room 217 are refusing to leave and have been refunded their money/has received too many noise complaints and wants them gone. Officer made contact with caller and issued Michael Anthony Dominguez an indefinite CTW for the Gila Mountain Inn.

Accident-property damage
N. Swan Street
One vehicle/negative on injuries/refused to provide any other information.

Domestic disturbance
2700 E. 32nd Street – the curve
Caller advised a male and a female are physically fighting/walking toward PA Road/vehicle partially in roadway. Officer had contact with vehicle at Wendy's drive-thru/out with a female.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Officer re-issued Maria Sotelo a CTW for Walmart.

Panhandler
2260 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male is standing outside the building asking for money/male was asked to leave several times and he has refused/wants him issued a CTW. Officer issued Robert Katzenstein a CTW.

Suspicious vehicle
N. Silver and Maple streets
Officer out with a Camaro with no plate and a named female/clear.

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