Bayard Police Department

Friday, Sept. 17

Welfare check
Fahey Street
Advised he can hear a female screaming. Officer had contact advising clear/she is going to take it inside for the night and calm down.

Welfare check
Bayard Community Center
Caller advised a possibly teen-aged driver is slumped over the steering wheel parked by the little league field/he is not moving. Officer advised male was taking a nap/he was advised to move along.

Welfare check
Tom Foy/HMS
Officer received a call ref a male lying in front of the door at the old HMS. Officer advised male he can't be out in front of the building.

Saturday, Sept. 18

Diamond Street
No report.

E. Elm Street
Caller thinks (redacted) stole the title to his motorcycle. Deputy will call caller but will pend for Bayard PD. Officer had negative contact/left a message.

Game and Fish
Benjamin Street
Advised she thinks mountain lions are on top of her house and is afraid because her daughter is having a birthday party next door/she called G&F twice yesterday but no one ever showed up. Deputy advised to call NMSP and advise them there are two mountain lions/spoke with NMSP and she advised would call G&F.

Sunday, Sept. 19

Welfare check
Fahey Street
Advised he can hear a child screaming inside. Caller called back advising mother is now yelling for an ambulance. Deputy advised ambulance to location to check out 9-year-old female. EMS1 clear/patient is staying with family tonight. Deputy clear.

Domestic disturbance
Budge Drive – 10:19 a.m.
Caller wants a named male to leave her home/all verbal right now/she tried to avoid him by going to another room but he keeps following her, Deputy advised everything is okay/male will be leaving.

Domestic disturbance
Budge Drive – 12:09 p.m.
Caller advised male is still refusing to leave. Dispatch can hear male yelling in the background. Caller is advising she just needs him to leave.

N. East Street – 1:38 p.m.
23-year-old female is possibly under the influence of narcotics/slamming things around/locked herself in caller's bedroom/told mom, "Your (sic) dead, bitch. That's what I want." Officer advised everything is okay/she agreed to go to her own room.

Domestic disturbance
N. East Street – 3:18 p.m.
Caller advised her sister is hitting her mother/they did lock the sister out of the house and now she is trying to break the car windows and keeps banging on the door.

Domestic disturbance
Blackhawk Street
Caller advised her daughter just got to her house and the daughter's husband was chasing her/he was in a black Dodge Ram.

Hurley Police Department

Saturday, Sept. 18

Domestic disturbance
Aztec Avenue
Caller advised her daughter and the brother are fighting. Male in the background keeps saying he wants his water. Caller advised she just got back from Nevada and her kids are fighting.

Sunday, Sept. 19

Reckless driver
Anza Street
In and out of his yard doing donuts/five kids on a side by side and four wheelers/they are kicking up rocks toward his house. Santa Clara PD officer advised negative contact/going to talk to caller who wants a frequent patrol. Caller called back advising the kids are back and keep doing a loop around his yard, the tracks, and the Hurley Store.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Sept. 17

Welfare check
S. Hutchinson Street
A named male said he is about to kill himself/he didn't give anymore information.

Ft Bayard Street
Caller advised her renters are harassing over an eviction. Officer had negative contact.

Highway 180
No report.

Saturday, Sept. 18

Unwanted subject
Santa Clara Armory
Caller advised a female in a yellow school bus that is yelling at everyone and threatening to run people over with the bus. Deputy advised female left.

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 – MM 119-120 (1-2 miles west of Highway 152 junction)
No injuries/NMSP on scene.

Suspicious vehicle
Manhattan Park Drive
Officer had contact with vehicle/everything is okay.

Suspicious vehicle
Fort Bayard Cemetery
Fort Bayard security flagged down officer. Officer out with an older model Chevy pickup across from Fort Bayard Fire Department/unit clear/subjects were on their phone playing Pokemon.

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