Monday, Jan. 10

Domestic disturbance
Black Mountain Road – Cliff
Caller advised he got into a physical altercation with his sister last night/she keeps going up to his home and he does not want her there/she is at his home now/he “was too shook up” to call last night/negative on alcohol or drugs being involved. Deputy advised will be clear/will have someone enroute shortly.

Welfare check
S. James Street – Bayard
Caller extremely difficult to understand. Deputy advised everything is okay/male has mental issues.

Tuesday, Jan.11

Unwanted subject
Lobo Drive – Cliff
Caller advised a named male is on her property and believes a named female may be also.

Suspicious vehicle
Broken Arrow Drive and Saavedra Road – Silver Acres
Red vehicle following Bus No 7/also passed stop arm. Deputy out with bus at Lance and Country Club Road/contact with other party/spoke with both parties/the red vehicle was advised to call the . . .

Welfare check
Jasper Street
Check on a nurse at Fort Bayard/she just called in stating she was not well/she is 61-years-old and had heart surgery two years ago. Deputy requested ambulance for the female reference her being sick and trouble talking and breathing.

Suicide threat
Iglesia Street – Fierro
No report.

Welfare check
Highway 152 – Hanover
Caller can hear a male screaming in pain on her security camera. Deputies out at the address with a male who fell down the stairs and possibly dislocated his shoulder however he is refusing EMS/his daughter is coming to take him to the hospital/units clear/the subject’s children are going to stay with him and transport him to the hospital in a . . .

Chukar Drive
Caller advised she is being stalked via Google Mail/believes her ex logged into her account. Deputy advised will do follow-up on call later. Caller called back advising she learned her ex is using her old device to stalk her. Deputy advised clear from call.

Wednesday, Jan. 12

Lobo Drive – Cliff
Caller advised that a named male hit him. Deputies had contact with caller.

Domestic disturbance
T&M Dairy Road – Hanover
Caller advised that a named male was physical with her/he pushed her and drug her by the hair/she is at the Manhattan Bar parked/negative on medical assistance.

Welfare check
Tabor and Lance drives – Silver Acres
Caller advised a neighbor with dementia stated he was walking into town. Deputy made contact at Lance and Vicente/he is trying to make it to the Drifter Motel/en route to Swan Street with the male.

Welfare check
Rio de Arenas Road
Caller advised the father is not taking the 9-year-old son to school and she can’t get a hold of anyone at the number provided. Deputy advised the family has COVID and that is why child is not in school/will call caller.

Welfare check
2069 Cottage San Road – Silver Star --- 2:25 p.m.
Hasn’t heard from son in three days/he was involved in a domestic yesterday/there is no parenting plan. Deputy had contact with the 3-year-old child.

Suicide threat
W. Highway 180 and Camino de Viento
No narrative.

Game and Fish
Cottonwood Road and Palo Verde Drive
Black Ford F150 with a headache rack/a male got out and shot it with a bow/they are stating they shot the deer in non-private land and chased it to private/caller advised the male has a rifle and it is a bow hunt/NMSP was notified. Deputy advised made contact with vehicle that was called in/two males had invalid or expired driver’s licenses/negative wants.

Welfare check
2069 Cottage San Road – Silver Star – 6:56 p.m.
Caller advised he and the child’s mother got in an argument and she has not been answering his phone calls/he just filed paperwork for custody of his child yesterday, Deputy advised clear from the address and calling caller back.

Salud – Santa Clara
Behind the Brown Derby bar sister is acting aggressive/she is acting crazy with her boyfriend/sister is yelling/she has had too much to drink/he broke his hand punching the wall.

Thursday, Jan. 13

Suspicious vehicle
Deputy advised she was looking for a place to sleep for the night ref she has COVID.

Welfare check
E Street – San Lorenzo
Caller advised that her aunt is inside the shower of the residence and the daughter is at home and doesn’t feel comfortable/the aunt is not in her right mind/possibly drugs.

Criminal trespass
Fast Lane
Caller advised his sister is out of town and someone is on her property. Deputy advised house is clear/negative with anyone inside.

Domestic disturbance
Racetrack Road
Caller advised her husband just hit her in the head and their 2-year-old son was in her arms/husband got into a Chevy Silverado truck and left/negative on medical attention/child is shook up but okay.

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