Monday, June 10

Stabbing
Saavedra Drive
Caller advised a named male was there and was trying to attack her. She stated she stabbed him on the arm to get him out/he is on meth and alcohol/he is outside still/he tried to choke her. Deputy advised for EMS to stage in the area until scene . . .

Unattended death
Fierro Road – Fierro
56-year-old male trouble breathing. EMS2 advised to send OMI to this location along with LE/OMI en route/Baca's is on scene.

Suspicious vehicle
Highway 152 – MM 1
Deputy advised clear/driver was using phone.

Harassment
Cleveland Mine Road
A named male is harassing caller via phone. Deputy made contact with caller after multiple attempts/caller will be en route to station.

Suspicious vehicle
Camino de Viento
Vehicle parked in roadway for a few hours now. Deputies out with vehicle/driver advised she is the granddaughter of caller. Deputy advised vehicle will be turned over to this female/clear.

Welfare check
Cochise Circle
Caller advised a mother called advising her son was threatening suicide/mother refused to give any more information/mother refused ambulance.

Fraud/embezzlement
Franks Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised that someone is trying to file unemployment in her name.

Accident-injuries
Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a black truck crashed into her fence/it went off the road and wrecked into the neighbor's fence/driver is still in the vehicle/he refused an ambulance/is requesting a paramedic/male driver in his 50s.

Accident-injuries
E. Highway 180 @ Baca's Funeral Chapel
Blue car vs Jeep. Occurred near the Rodeo Arena/22-year-old male complaining of abdominal pain. Deputy requested next wrecker.

Tuesday, June 8

Accident-property damage
Highway 35 and Mimbres Yucca Drive
Chevy truck vs deer/deer still alive. Deputy advised deer was put down/unit clear.

Domestic disturbance
Whispering Hills
Caller advised her son showed up at her home and he is not wanted there/he did push her against the door/he is in the kitchen at this time. Dispatch could hear the male yelling in the background. Caller advised he is there to do his laundry. Deputies advised male will finish what he is doing and then leave/both parties agreed on this.

Welfare check
Beck Lane – Arenas Valley
Caller advised her 9-year-old son called her and she could hear her 18-year-old son yelling at her mother and grandmother in the background. Caller advised her grandmother was hitting him in the back with a broom and threw a jar at him.

Suicide threat
Highway 152 – Santa Rita
No narrative.

Identity theft
Mountain View Road
Caller advised he was trying to apply for unemployment but someone had already filed in his name. Caller advised he is available at this time for a deputy.

Weapons fired
Ut Drive – Mangas Valley
Caller advised when her husband was informed she is going to be leaving him he broke a window out and took a firearm and fired five shots outside/he has been drinking/the argument started over his drinking.

Wednesday, June 9

Identity theft
Oakwood
Someone filed for unemployment in her name.

Harassment
Realta Drive – Silver Acres
Caller advised he is being threatened by his ex-girlfriend.

Disturbance
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised a named male is on her property/he pulled a shotgun on caller when she attempted to serve civil court paperwork to him/guy left.

Domestic disturbance
Lobo Drive – Cliff
Caller advised a named male is on property. Caller continues to call and hang up/unable to provide information.

Welfare check
Highway 35 – MM 4 (Sage Drive)
Caller found a male lying on the highway/he seems intoxicated and is highly confused/he is breathing okay. Deputy made contact/units clear/everything is okay/male is going to be taken to GRMC.

Thursday, June 10

Unwanted subject
Lizard Lane – Lower Mimbres
Caller advised a named female is on the property causing issues/they want her gone/the female was breaking windows last night and has been using narcotics. Deputy advised it was a civil issue.

Disturbance
Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised her 73-year-old dad has dementia and is being physically abusive/he broke her mother's glasses/negative on medical attention.

Game and Fish
E. Highway 180 @ Monte Street
Caller advised someone hit a deer and it is still alive. Deputy advised one shot fired.

Accident-property damage
Highways 152 and 35
Advised he hit a bear about two miles from that intersection/it occurred about 12:17 this morning.

Burglary
70 Truck Bypass – Peaceful Trailer Park
Caller advised that someone broke into a vacant trailer and her drill was taken and the backdoor opened/someone possibly has a key to the trailer.

Domestic disturbance
W. Highway 180 – Cliff
Caller advised a named male is fighting with his mother. Deputy requested ambulance for a 19-year-old male/hyperventilating/difficulty breathing. Both parties advised nothing physical happened.

Welfare check
Bonita and Trailing Heart drives
Female yelling and carrying a black trash bag/she is sitting on her knees on the bank of the arroyo. Deputy out with female/she is okay/she was walking in the area.

Suicide threat
Cobre Street – Vanadium
No narrative.

Accident-property damage
Kirkland Road and Loma Verde
Tan minivan wrecked into a fence.

Accident-property damage
Mangas Valley Road and Highway 180
Caller advised someone hit a cow/the cow is dead. 56-year-old female with neck pain/cancel ambulance/female will be going with Silverback and vehicle.

Suspicious vehicle
2707 E. Highway 180
Deputy advised heard a vehicle start up while checking Tractor Supply/they were ID'd /everything is okay.

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