Bayard Police Department

Friday, May 13

Domestic disturbance
Ruby Street
Caller advised her and (redacted) were involved in a physical domestic/refused medical attention/(redacted) left walking. Officer and deputy made contact with (redacted).

Domestic disturbance
Ruby Street
Advised that a male stole her ring and she is trying to get it. Officer advised clear/en route to a house on Hurley Street.

Domestic disturbance
Runnels Drive
Caller advised her kids' father is trying to hit her/he is refusing to leave/he has kids in his vehicle/leaving in a grey Jeep toward Hanover. Officer went traffic with silver Jeep at a Runnels Drive address.

Saturday, May 14

Domestic Disturbance
Taylor Street
Male and female fighting in front of this address/they are sitting on the curb/they were throwing each other around/vehicle pulling up to them/4dr car going up Taylor Street. Officer has contact with vehicle on Lusk now.

Sunday, May 15

Harassment
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised a named male threatened him in the parking lot/male already left. Officer had contact with caller.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, May 13

Welfare check
Diaz and E streets
Male lying on the ground. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
Romero Avenue
Caller advised a man is walking around and throwing rocks. Officer out with male on Diaz and the railroad track/male advised he is headed home.

Suspicious vehicle
Diaz and E streets
Officer advised vehicle is okay/they are waiting to do a custody exchange.

Welfare check
Lea Drive
Caller advised a named male has been out of the house for two hours now/he has a dr's appointment tomorrow for his hew medication/unknown where he could have gone for two hours/wants to make sure he is okay. Officer advised clear/he just walked back to his house.

Saturday, May 14

Loud music
Elguea Avenue – 8:28 p.m.
Deputy advised clear/he already turned the music off.

Sunday, May 15

Welfare check
Elguea Avenue – 9:32 a.m.
Half-dressed male walking east on Elguea/no pants/no shirt. Caller called back advising male went running west then north. Deputy had negative contact.

Welfare check
Anza Street
Caller advised a male is sitting in the middle of the roadway yelling/he is not wearing a shirt or shoes.

Welfare check
Pattie Avenue
Caller advised a handicapped male is not answering his phone/has not seen him in person since Friday. NMSP officer advised has contact/will contact caller.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, May 13

Welfare check
Santa Clara Post Office
Caller advised a male came in advising people are coming after him and they scare him. Officer advised male is stating people are out to get him/he is losing it.

Harassment
W. Lincoln Street
Caller advised his neighbor threatened him and his wife/neighbor was yelling at them.

Sunday, May 15

Welfare check
N. Cleveland Street
Caller advised he would like to know if his wife has left their residence for Albuquerque. Officer made contact with wife/will be giving her husband a call.

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