Monday, Sept. 20

Welfare check
Hudson @ Washington Federal
Caller advised man lying on the floor/possibly passed out drunk/ Officer advised everything is okay.

Fraud/embezzlement
N. Cooper Street
Someone is using her debit card online in San Antonio. Texas.

Stolen motor vehicle
Hilltop Road
Utility trailer stolen.

Welfare check
Bosworth Drive
Caller from Adult Protective Services advised she is at a home where the male has fallen recently, the female is on oxygen, and there is human feces all over the place/neither has eaten in a couple of days/both immobile.

Suspicious vehicle
1201 Pope Street
Officers out with two named males each with two outstanding warrants.

Fraud/embezzlement
1600 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised personal use of company credit card.

Unwanted subject
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised a female came inside harassing his employees and he wants the female issued a CTW if contact is made/she left about a half hour ago.

Welfare check
N. Hudson and E. 8th streets
Caller advised a male is walking on 5th Street just north of Hudson Street. Second caller advised the male is stumbling and has fallen several times/just turned onto Bennett Street from 8th.

Disturbance
610 N. Silver Street – Seasonal Overnight Shelter
Caller advised a named male attacked another client and is refusing to leave. Officers had contact with male by the city shop/male was dropped off at Walmart.

Welfare check
201 E. 14th Street – 5:38 p.m.
Caller advised a male and a female in a grey car have been in Stall 17 since 2 p.m./they are smoking(unknown what)/caller wants them to leave/no CTW.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
2501 E. Highway 180
Advised a homeless man rammed his basket into his vehicle. Officer out attempting to locate the male who is wearing a black hoodie.

Shoplifting
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised he had two cigarette packs/possibly a certain named male/he normally comes by and takes things/he just left toward the ditch near Sonic. Officer out ATL.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
2334 Ranch Club Road
Caller advised two of the windows to his vehicle were busted out.

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Welfare check
Alabama Street
Caller advised in the blue house with the fake man on the doorstep it sounds like subjects are throwing each other around the residence and yelling out in pain. Caller called back advising the puppy that belongs to those subjects cries all night long and believes it may be neglected.

Suspicious vehicle
E. Pine Street
Caller advised a white sedan is parked in her driveway and a bald male got out. Officer advised he was following this vehicle a while ago/went traffic with vehicle.

Suspicious vehicle
1810 N. Swan Street
Officers had contact with clerk/everything is okay.

Vehicle burglary
2810 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a vehicle was broken into last night.

Shoplifting
206 N. Hudson Street
Male just stole two packages of cigarettes/he went across the street and into the ditch. Officer advised negative contact with male/out at the Snappy with caller.

Welfare check
610 N. Silver Street – SOS
Caller called back for a 34-year-old female who is not feeling well/has a heart history/trouble breathing. During questioning caller disconnected the line/called back/spoke to a male who advised no one needs an ambulance/he was advised an officer was en route to do a welcheck. Officer advised out with a named female who has one warrant.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
105 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised someone threw a rock at her windshield last night. Officer had contact with caller.

Vehicle burglary
San Vicente Street
Advised five subjects broke into her Blazer and stole deeds to properties and birth certificates. Officer advised will be clear/having negative contact with caller.

Criminal trespass warning
16th Street
A named male is on the property trying to communicate with caller who doesn’t want to engage with him/male is outside the house ranting on and on/he is on a bike. Caller called back advising male left south on 16th. Officer out at caller’s residence/negative contact with male.

Battery
N. California Avenue
Caller advised a named female was there who has a CTW and hurt caller’s mother’s arm and finger/she left in a goldish/beige stationwagon type vehicle/caller refused medical/female is caller’s sister. Officer had contact with caller.

Stolen motor vehicle
San Vicente Street
Caller advised her sister stole her car/can’t remember what kind of car she owns. Officer advised he saw caller’s vehicle under the bridge off Mill Road/will be en route to see if it’s still there/out under the bridge under Old Mill.

Shoplifting
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised a male just walked out with liquor and possibly cigarettes/walked out toward Sonic/he did this yesterday as well.

Harassment
1414 Little Walnut Road – Silver Cliff Apartments
Caller advised they are currently parked in their car and a female was harassing them after they asked her to move her car/female began yelling at them and cursing and trying to confront them because her car was broken down. Officer had negative contact.

Suspicious vehicle
Skate Park
Blue Chrysler parked in the dirt parking with kids smoking marijuana. NMSP agreed to take the call.

Fight
Skate Park
Caller advised there seems to be a bunch of teenagers fighting at the park/they are attempting to leave. Deputy advised male left area.

Larceny
300 16th Street
Caller advised a member’s wallet was stolen/another member witnessed the male take it.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised he wasn’t sure what the female took/she left walking toward O’Reilly’s. Officer out with a named female.

Welfare check
Valley Vista
Caller advised his girlfriend left his address in a dark green Jeep with the kids and is possibly intoxicated.

Welfare check
1313 E. 32nd Street
A named male is leaving GRMC/going out to a white Ford Fusion/seemed under the influence. Officer had negative contact with vehicle in the GRMC parking lot.

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Loud music
N. Swan Street
Someone is playing loud music. Officer made contact with subjects who are going to turn it down/unit clear.

Welfare check
S. Texas Street
Caller advised that she can hear her daughter screaming and CYFD has her paralyzed/advised that Freddy Kreuger has someone as well. Officer advised there are no residences at this location, only a warehouse/unit clear.

Suspicious vehicle
Pinos Altos Road and E. 32nd Street
Officer out with a named male/he is asleep on the side of the road/attempting to wake him up/he woke up/unit clear.

Stolen motor vehicle
1503 Silver Heights Blvd.
Someone stole three 4wheelers and one dirt bike last night/forced entry on back fence by the shop. Officers are en route to location.

Unwanted subject
610 N. Silver Street – SOS
Female needs to be removed from the property/too many complaints from other clients/she is incoherent and refusing medical treatment/she is being disruptive wants CTW issued. Officer advised 53-year-old female took meds.

Domestic disturbance
W. Kelly Street
Caller advised that a 5-year-old girl in the driveway of this address told caller that her dad was beating up her mom/the grandfather was also outside and he seemed upset/caller could hear yelling and screaming at this address a lot of the time. Officer out with a named female and a named male/the male stated that his son has multiple sclerosis and he is . . .

Accident-property damage
N. Silver and E. Pine streets
Red Camaro vs gray Ranger/both parties on scene.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised they have a female who was released from the ER but will not leave. Officer made contact with the female in front of the EMS building/they will be clear/female left the property.

Criminal damage to property
Florence Street
Caller advised a named female threw something at her window and possibly broke it/female is still on scene. Officer advised a Shawn Chacon has a warrant out of Dona Ana County/he was taken into custody.

Vehicle burglary
E. Pine Street
Caller advised she had a black Glock 17 stolen from her car/she last saw it Sunday evening.

Accident-property damage
3200 E. Highway 180 and 32nd Street Bypass
Gray Honda Civic vs white Chevy truck.

Thursday, Sept. 23

Welfare check
Silver High School
Advised a female is walking around the area where the buses park looking for something. Officer had contact with the female/requested ambulance/female is very confused/negative emergency response/she is awake/age 52/advised to call a named male to pick up female.

Domestic disturbance
Canal Street
Caller advised her mother is not giving her her phone back/mother is trying to kick caller and her boyfriend out of the house/boyfriend is paying for the phone not her mother/nothing physical.

Game and Fish
W. 10th Street
Has a deer stuck in his fence/it is stuck between a fence post and wall.

Breaking and entering
N. Bennett Street
Caller advised a man broke into her house through the bathroom window/he has a bicycle with him/he threw all her stuff from the counter on the bathroom floor and wrecked her house/she was in her room when it happened/she did not hear anything/the dog did not bark/he is not there now/somehow he left.

Breaking and entering
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised someone tried to break into the building/there is something obstructing the keyhole/there is damage to the window as well/will wait for LE outside.

Unattended death
Village Drive
Advised a named female passed last night/funeral home has been contacted. Officer advised OMI was contacted and is en route.

Criminal sexual contact
Silver High School
Received report of a male touching a juvie female.

Unwanted subject
610 N. Silver Street – SOS
Advised that a named female is causing problems and they need her escorted off the property. Officer issued Rebecca Gonzales an indefinite CTW for the address and she was escorted off the property.

Game and Fish
Little Walnut Road
Dead deer lying by the road. Officer advised dead deer guy was contacted and he can go get it when he gets out of work.

Welfare check
1313 E. 32nd Street
A male walking in the middle of the street has bandages on him/walking extremely slow/making cars stop. Officers advised made contact with the named male/hospital staff advised he was discharged and left on his own free will/he is very intoxicated.

Unwanted subject
N. Gold and E 6th streets – 6:59 p.m.
Caller advised a subject loiters at the park from 9 a.m. until just now/it has been an ongoing issue/uncertain if subject is male or female/kids use the park, and the subject tries to run them off. Officer advised will be doing a frequent patrol.

Suspicious vehicle
Highway 180 @Hatch Ford
Chevy with camper parked on the sidewalk. Officer advised vehicle ran out of gas and should have it out off the road shortly.

Unwanted subject
206 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a female was refusing to leave the property/she was accusing the business of stealing money from her card. Officer had contact with female.

Criminal trespass warning
610 N. Silver Street – SOS
Caller advised a few subjects are on the property/one is a named male who was issued a CTW/a grey car parked outside is causing problems as well. The female was issued a CTW for only three days on Sept. 3 and another CTW issued Sept. 23 for the SOS Shelter.

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