Monday, July 19

Welfare check
S. Bard Street – Santa Clara
Caller advised that approximately 10 minutes ago a male and a female were yelling they needed an ambulance. Deputies had contact with caller/clear.

Domestic disturbance
E. Highway 180 – Rio de Arenas Mobile Home Park
Advised several subjects are outside arguing. Deputies check for warrants.

Criminal trespass warning
Mountain View Road
Caller advising he needs to issue a CTW for a named male to his residence/he is not there at this time. Deputy had negative contact.

Welfare check
Flury Lane – Arenas Valley
Caller advised her mother is depressed and talking about death/she is in pain from medical issues/does not believe she is of sound mind. Deputy made contact with 63-year-old female/alert/breathing.

Disturbance
Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Caller advised that a named male is threatening her/it was verbal only/he left in a white Ford dually going north on Highway 35. Deputy made contact with caller who advised everything was verbal.

Harassment
Faywood Hot Springs
Caller advised the owners just threatened him and told him to leave/he told the owners he was quitting/they said they were "going to kick his ass" and bumped their chest into his/the subjects just drove away. Caller advised never mind/he doesn't need a deputy. A named male called advising they have a former employee on scene who is under the influence of something and refusing to leave the . . .

Tuesday, July 20

Welfare check
Rosedale and Mesa roads
Caller can hear a male and female arguing. Deputy advised all units clear/negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
Fairway Drive
Caller advised that her mom and a named male are fighting. SCPD officer made contact with subjects/both were uncooperative and would not give clear statements/female stated she had been drinking/statements that were provided did not match the kids who were in the house . . .

Domestic disturbance
Racetrack Road
Caller advised she can hear a male hitting a female. Deputy arrived on scene/knocked on door/no one came to the door. Caller said a female and a male were heard fighting inside the residence.

Accident-injuries
E. Highway 180 and Pueblo Drive
Advised a small SUV is turned over and people are trying to get out. Caller was just passing by and could not stop as he had to get to work. Deputy advised 44-year-old male with neck, arm and head pain. EMS2 advised to put Native Air on standby. Deputy requested wrecker.

Criminal damage to property
Meadow Hawk Lane – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a named male damaged his well. Deputy advised all units will be clear.

Domestic disturbance
Highway 15 – Pinos Altos
Caller advised she has a female patient in the ER who was involved in a physical domestic with a named male. Caller advised the patient has several bruises, and black eye, and said she was choked with a chain.

Welfare check
Bellm Street – Santa Clara
Caller is stating her child was raped nine years ago/child is not with her. Caller stated she only knows this because she has a mic that she can hear everything on, then made the comment to someone "Did you turn my mic off?" Deputy out at this address/will be clear.

Aggravated burglary
Manzana Rojo – Upper Mimbres
Caller advised his son broke into his address and stole some guns from the property/his wife told him of the matter/son has been having issues with narcotics as well. Caller called back advising his son left with his guns to his . . .

Larceny
Top Hill Drive – Hurley
Caller advised a named male is stripping her daughter's vehicle. Deputy advised it is a civil matter.

Criminal trespass warning
Ft Bayard Medical Center
Caller caught two males breaking into the old commercial building/he has them detained at this time/there is a grey Toyota and a white Chevy pickup and another unknown vehicle. Caller advised one of the subjects approached him and asked where the entrance was to the haunted house.

Wednesday, July 21

Disturbance
Western Drive
Caller can hear two males fighting and two shots fired/can't see either subject any more.

Harassment
Fort Bayard Road
Caller advised a co-worker was taking pictures of her while she was on sick leave and sending them to her boss.

Harassment
Cortez Avenue
Caller advised a male who stays at the room next to her daughter's at the Gateway Motel has been verbally assaulting her daughter.

Domestic disturbance
Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a named male who drives a white 2000 Ford F350 with no plate grabbed her by the hair and threw her onto the ground/she is not injured. Advised she is in the truck with her 8-year-old son. Deputy was advised.

Weapons fired
Ft Bayard and Bellm streets
Advised shots were fired. Deputy advised they were fireworks.

Thursday, July 22

Welfare check
Shingles Canyon Road – Santa Clara – 2:42 a.m.
Caller advised her sister is outside destroying things with a baseball bat/she is on opioids/she drives an older model dark blue Jeep. Deputy advised clear/everything is okay.

Unattended death
Turkey Track Drive – Redrock
Caller advised that her 75-year-old husband possibly passed/his chest is not raising and he feels cold. He was breathing and possibly passed in his sleep. Deputy advised have OMI coming and they are requesting Baca's.

Accident-property damage
Chalcocite Court – Tyrone
Grey Toyota Camry vs grey Dodge Journey. Negative on injuries, fluids leaking, or airbags deployed.

Unwanted subject
Shingles Canyon Road – Santa Clara – 9:59 a.m.
Caller advised her sister is at the residence and will not leave/they are having issues and caller wants her gone. Caller called to cancel/sister went home.

Criminal damage to property
Whitewater Road – Grant County Airport
Caller advised someone cut the fence open. Deputy arrived and was told by the manager that a cow pushed through the fence and there was no damage to report.

Domestic disturbance
District Court – 100 Black Street
Deputy requests assistance with this call. Deputy did driver's license checks on two females and one male/negative on a domestic/did remove the plate from the vehicle.

Disturbance
Highway 61 – Lower Mimbres
Advised that the neighbor came outside with a knife yelling he was going to kill them/he is back inside his house. Caller advised she was able to video him while he was yelling at them.

Domestic disturbance
Kirkland Road and Talissa Lane
Caller advised she can hear what appears to be a domestic and one loud bang like a gunshot. Second caller advised she heard one shot and can hear a couple arguing. Deputy out at address.

Disturbance
Johnson Road – Sunrise Estates
Caller advised an ambulance was on scene 45 minutes ago but her 76-year-old father denied EMS transport. Caller advised they believe he might be suffering from dementia/he is very confused/is being combative with the family/he did get physical with them. Deputy advised male refusing transport/did speak with the family and provided them the info . . .

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