Bayard Police Department

Monday, Sept. 10

Oak Street
Some subjects are following caller around/they are in a black Lincoln town car parked at the Bayard Post Office/they are there right now and have been yelling at him all day. Deputy had negative contact with anyone at the post office.

Saturday, Sept. 11

Domestic disturbance
Maple Street
A named female punched caller in the face/she is not supposed to be on the property or around his children. Deputy out with female on Hurley Street/CTW was removed in January 2020/has female in investigative detention.

Criminal trespass warning
204 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised a male is in the building recording them and refusing to leave. Deputy advised everything is okay/male was issued a CTW for all Snappy Marts.

Welfare check
Fahey Street
Caller advised she was told her three children are home alone because the grandparents went out of town/father is not answering the phone/she went to the house and knocked but nobody is answering. Call was given to NMSP as all deputies are busy.

1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Advised two males walked out with meat/purple Dodge pickup was headed toward Santa Clara. Deputy advised to pend for Bayard PD.

Hurley Police Department

Sunday, Sept. 12

Domestic disturbance
Cortez Avenue
Caller advised it is physical/they are in the driveway now/he keeps telling her to leave and she won't. Dispatcher can hear yelling in the background/she is standing outside with a garbage bag full of stuff and a stroller.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Sept. 10

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 and Manhattan Park Drive
Heard a steady horn from a vehicle coming from Bayard and then heard a car crash into another. Deputy had negative contact with any wreck in the area.

S. Prescott Street
Caller advised a fight is outside the Prescott Apartments. Second caller advising he can hear a male yelling at a female and the male throwing things out of the apartment. Caller hung up when asked more questions. Deputy advised on scene/negative with any screaming in the area.

E. Morrow Street
Caller advised son is causing issues and will not leave/wants an officer to remove him. Officer advised caller allowed him to stay at the house.

Domestic disturbance
N. James Street
Caller advised her boyfriend shoved his way into her house and they had a verbal altercation/he left walking south.

Breaking and entering
Santa Clara Laundry Mat
Caller advised a male is trying to break into his house/he is tall and ugly/caller has his shotgun ready if the male does gain access to his residence. Caller was advised to put his gun down when LE gets on scene. Deputy gave male a ride. Caller advised the male was not attempting to B&E, he was just knocking on the door.

Saturday, Sept. 11

207 S. Bayard Street
Caller advised males are fighting outside/they are taking off down an alley/a vehicle is following them around/they are still yelling/it sounds bad.

W. Pinon and Todd streets – 10:55 p.m.
Officer advised received a call in ref to some subjects fighting in the area/Bayard PD officer advised a lot of vehicles leaving the Brown Derby. Officer advised everything is okay/just have loud music/advised them to turn it down.

Sunday, Sept. 12

Loud music
Todd Street – 12:30 a.m.
Advised there is a huge party at this address and vehicles are blocking his driveway. Officer and Bayard PD officer advised to shut the party down and going to stick around until everyone leaves/cleared everyone out.

Domestic disturbance
S. Prescott Street
Caller advised large yard with multiple cars in the yard/it sounds like a male is beating on children/he can hear a female yelling to the male to stop hitting the children. Caller advised it is a white van and black Chevy Cruze/it is next to a (redacted) residence. Possibly another address.

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