Monday, Sept. 20

Unattended death
Delk Drive
Around 84-years-old/not on hospice/wife called Baca's ref arrangement with them. Deputy advised to notify OMI.

Welfare check
Mobile Drive
Caller from CYFD advised unfit home conditions, drug abuse, drugs possibly accessible by a 5-year-old boy who lives with mom and mom's boyfriend. Deputy advised clear/negative contact.

Hanover Creek Road
Caller was calling on behalf of another male who was being harassed by a named male/line was disconnected/they are out at GCSO to speak with a deputy. Deputy made contact.

Welfare check
Rachel Road and N. Swan Street
Caller advised a male was walking along Swan Street heading north looking very disoriented. Deputy advised had contact with this male earlier and everything is okay.

Welfare check
Iron Drive
Caller advised she received a voicemail from her mother that sounded concerning. Deputy spoke with a male who advised the mother was lying down/attempted to call caller but she was not answering.

Tuesday, Sept. 21

45 Valley Drive
Caller requesting a deputy in reference to listening to a threatening message that was left on their business line over the weekend. Deputy made contact with caller and the message stated caller wished they were dead and that she would hope her ex would come down and teach them a lesson.

Welfare check
Fierro Road – Fierro
Deputy was advised a named female was to appear in court today to testify. Deputy made contact at address with two named females who stated they had not seen the female in question as she was headed to court.

Welfare check
Highway 211 – Gila
Caller advised his ex-partner who is bipolar and having mental issues is on his property/she is outside smoking/she is starting to calm down now because she is getting high/he would like to take her to her appointment at Tu Casa but she won't let him come near her.

Accident-property damage
North Hurley Road – North Hurley. Caller advised a little boy threw a scooter in front of her as she was driving by.

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Domestic disturbance
Spring Creek Road
Two named females are arguing/caller declined to provide further information/disconnected. One female has a warrant out of Judge Laney's court to hold without bond for failure to appear for leaving the scene of an accident.

Stolen motor vehicle
Ellis Road – Arenas Valley
1997 Ford Thunderbird/wrecker en route.

Welfare check
Mariposa Lane – Upper Mimbres
Advised father was supposed to take 7-year-old son. Caller advised Christian Montessori school called stating the child was not in school today. Deputy made contact with the father/child is okay/father called school/will meet caller at the station.

Domestic disturbance
Aztec Street – Hurley
Caller advised female was screaming to the male to stop the white car/back driver side door is wide open. Deputy ATL with negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
Grandview Drive
Advised a female is yelling and screaming near caller's residence/possibly inside now. Deputy out with two named females.

5064 Highway 152 – Manhattan Apartments
Caller advised threats are being made toward him and his granddaughter. Deputy advised caller is hearing voices coming from the TV and AC vents. Deputy advised caller wants charges filed for terrorist threats.

Unwanted subject
Rio de Arenas Road – Arenas Valley – 9:59 p.m.
Caller advised his ex-partner and her new boyfriend are at his house/caller is okay with his ex being at his house reference she is visiting the kids, however he was told not to show up. Deputies spoke to caller/civil issue.

Rio de Arenas Road – 11:34 p.m.
Caller advised a named male and his ex-female partner are fighting/it's disturbing the other tenants in the area/caller is tired of the both of them. Deputy made contact with the ex-partner who stated it was all verbal.

Thursday, Sept. 23

Trailing Heart Drive – Silver Acres – 6:23 a.m.
Caller advised that a named male is causing issues by yelling outside and honking the horn/they are now yelling about guns. Deputies made contact with subject in front of his residence/request ambulance/unknown age male with lacerations from glass.

Welfare check
Trailing Heart Drive – Silver Acres – 7:14 a.m.
Caller advised a named male cut his hand and it is bleeding/male is having a mental breakdown/requesting an ambulance/40-year-old male having a manic episode/he is scared of the cops. Tyrone VFD advised negative responders available.

Suspicious vehicle
Tabor Drive
Blue 1998 Ford. Advised the vehicle ran out of gas and he will try to move the vehicle by noon, if not will have it towed.

Highway 61 – Lower Mimbres
Caller advised a neighbor is stalking him with a gun. Caller advised he was going to get a knife and kill the male who is stalking him/caller is afraid the male is going to shoot him. Deputy made contact advising everything is okay.

Breaking and entering
Western Heritage
Advised someone is possibly in the residence/there is a bicycle in the kitchen/the front door is wide open/advised the residence is unoccupied. Deputy cleared air and residence.

Welfare check
Broken Arrow and Tabor drives
Male was screaming and yelling then fell down/he is sitting on the side of the road now.

Caller requests GCSO respond to do a report for battery on a peace officer.

Criminal trespass warning
Whispering Hills
Caller advised she has a CTW against her son and he showed up and forced his way inside/he is intoxicated/she is outside the home now inside her gray Mercury vehicle/he was cursing and yelling at her. Deputies have contact with son.

Criminal damage to property
Hanover Post Office
Advised someone is cutting into the water meter and caller believes he knows who it may be.

Welfare check
Highway 35 – MM 17-20 – 9:24 p.m.
Caller advised a male near Skate's Canyon was yelling for help/they were unable to assist him but they saw him walking around with a flashlight.

Welfare check
Male caller advised his female partner was getting beaten by the DC officers. Caller would like a visit by a deputy in reference to his girlfriend calling and telling him the CO's were disrespecting her.

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