Bayard Police Department

Tuesday, Oct. 19

Welfare check
Budge Drive
Advised the woman at this address left intoxicated with a small child about one hour ago/there was also a lot of yelling and screaming. Officer had negative contact with vehicle.

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Welfare check
Virginia Street
Caller advised she received a call from her friend who texted caller stating her dad is upset with the mother because the mother was caught with the dad's best friend/father is en route to Bayard from Animas. Officer had negative contact at the door/phone going straight . . .

Pearl Street – 3:30 p.m.
Caller advised her husband, who she is separated from, broke into her house and stole some things/he took a Playstation 4 and Xbox 1/uncertain about anything else.

Pearl Street – 9:30 p.m.
Caller advised her husband keeps texting her/texts told her she needs to leave her home, she is in danger/she is with her three kids and her mother/he drives a red GMC small pickup.

Thursday, Oct. 21

Domestic disturbance
Orchard Street
Caller advised she is staying with a friend and they are fighting/caller disconnected the line. Deputy had negative contact with anyone at the address/units clear.

Accident-property damage
Bard Street
Report, no narrative.

Welfare check
Runnels Drive
Female in the parking lot seems lost and might have hospital bands on her wrist. Officer had contact with female/she is waiting outside her uncle's apartment.
Hurley Police Department

Monday, Oct. 18

A Street
Caller advised windows, doors, and other items broken in the home/they currently use the home as storage/items have been stolen.

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Criminal trespass
Mine building/Cortez Avenue
Caller did get the male to walk away.

Thursday, Oct. 21

Suspicious vehicle
Aztec Avenue and Chino Blvd.
Officer advised everything is okay/subject is the homeowner waiting on a company to come do yard work.

Santa Clara Police Department

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Welfare check
Highway 152 – MM 1
Woman lying on the side of the highway wearing a hoodie. Officer has contact/female was dropped off at the store in Mimbres.

Welfare check
S. East Street
Caller advised her two children were taken by their father Sunday night without permission/she went to the residence, but he would not answer the door/caller has full custody. Officer made contact with the kids/they are with grandpa in quarantine.

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