Monday, Jan. 24

Suspicious vehicle
Cuprite Court – Tyrone
Deputy advised unit clear/everything is okay.

Welfare check
Broken Arrow Drive – Silver Acres
Caller advised she has received several calls from an 88-year-old named male and he doesn't respond when she answers/she knows he has a heart history. Deputy advised will be clear/advised this male's phone is not working correctly/advising he is okay.

Welfare check
Cuprite Court
A named male hasn't shown up for his cancer treatment today/this is unlike him/they called his daughter but she also hasn't been able to reach him since yesterday/daughter lives in Illinois/he lives alone and doesn't drive.

Cottage San Road and Manganese Drive
Caller advised his female friend is fighting with her son who is trying to steal his vehicle/he stated the keys were given back to his female friend. Caller is now being yelled at by everyone for calling/he is walking away.

Suicide threat
Flury Lane – Arenas Valley
No narrative.

Cuprite Court
Caller advised her 13-year-old son was beat up at the bus stop after school today/she took her son to ER and she is there now/the other boy was high school age/advised his(?) son does remember losing consciousness.

Welfare check
Jasper Drive – Santa Clara
Caller advised her husband is saying something from the other room about getting a knife/she cannot go and check on him as she is bedridden/she's not sure what is going on. Deputies advise will be clear/it was a misunderstanding/everything is okay.

Ft Bayard Street – Santa Clara
Caller advised the mother of his kids took the kids and she didn't have shoes or jackets on the kids/mother left on foot/her mother was with her/the mother hit caller. Caller advised they are en route to a Cactus Street address.

Welfare check
Rio de Arenas Road
Caller advised a white car has been there for an hour with the driver slumped over the steering wheel/the vehicle is not running but the stereo is going. Deputy out with a female.

W. Highway 180 and Oakwood Avenue
Ford pickup vs gray car. Deputy advised air bag deployed and hit the male's head/bleeding on left arm/he is advising he is okay.

Walk-in advised elderly abuse.

Domestic disturbance
Iglesia Street – San Lorenzo
Caller advised her husband broke a coffee cup on her leg/he is leaving walking to his mother's house /he is drunk. Caller refused medical. Deputy advised 42-year-old male took too many pills/in and out of alertness/confused/he filled a new prescription on the 11th (90 pills) took them . . .

Wednesday, Jan. 26

Welfare check
Flury Lane – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a female showed up at her house/advised her boyfriend kicked her out of the house/advised they got into an argument. Deputy advised out on Flury and Morales with female/en route to a Rio de Arenas Road address.

Thursday, Jan. 27

Welfare check
11820 Highway 180
Caller advised a male and possibly a female have been arguing inside a burgundy Honda for about 30 minutes/parked in front of the Snappy Mart. Deputy went traffic with vehicle at Highway 180 and Pueblo Street.

Welfare check
Highway 180 – MM 121 (Highway 152 junction)
Male screaming on the side of the roadway/no shoes or shirt/another male was with him. Deputy ATL but had negative contact.

Mountain View Drive and Ridge Road
Caller went to check the mail at her mom's house and a nephew came up in his vehicle and pulled a handgun out and pointed at her and she stated he said if she went back to that place he was going to kill her. Caller advised she gets her mail at her mother's box/she is not allowed to be on her mother's property, but she was not at the property/just at the mailboxes.

Domestic disturbance
70 Truck Bypass – Peaceful Trailer Park
Caller advised her husband attempted to strangle her/she left the trailer to her sister's house/her husband's son was also there/they were supposed to leave for Albuquerque and she offered them $100 for them to use and the son accused her of stealing the money from him.

Domestic disturbance
Camino Tolteca
Caller advised her husband is intoxicated and acting out/he left walking away from the home/he had some of his belongings and a 12-pack of beer with him/he did smack her arm when she refused to allow him to take the keys to their vehicles/he threw her other keys at her.

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