Monday, Aug. 1

Overdose
Gold Rush Road – Hanover
No report.

Harassment
Ridge Road
Caller is not wanting to provide much information/caller is at GCSO.

Criminal trespass warning
Aurora Street – Santa Clara
Spoke with caller and advised him he would need a physical address in order to issue a CTW to a named male.

Welfare check
E. Highway 180 and Arenas Valley Road
Male in all black in the middle of the road/almost hit him/caller has contact in front of James Hamilton. Deputy advised male advised he will take care of warrants/clear.

Domestic disturbance
Miller Street – Santa Clara
Can hear a female yelling nonstop. Caller advised that mom beat up her and her grandma/mother is intoxicated. Deputy requests ambulance for 51-year-old female with bite mark and a 13-year-old female bleeding/clear/en route to station.

Tuesday, Aug. 2

Unwanted subject
Bard Street – Santa Clara
A named male is on the property and caller does not want him there/nothing physical at this time. Can hear male in the background advising he just needs his . . .

Harassment
Mathers Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advising his nephew stopped him on the road and told him, "You're dead." Nephew has parked his camper trailer at the residence and is now threatening caller. Caller requesting call from deputy in reference what will be needed to be done to remove him from the property.

Welfare check
Artcher Road
Caller advised two children are with their mother who is 'volatile.'

Accident-property damage
S. Highway 90 and Tyrone Mine Road
Grey Honda Civic involved in a single car. Deputy advised female refusing medical/negative on wrecker/family en route to pick up vehicle.

Burglary
Clove Street – Santa Clara
Caller advised his aunt called saying her shop had been broken into/an air compressor was taken.

Breaking and entering
Cottage San Road
Caller advised two males are at the address/they are homeless men with possibly children inside the residence/they broke the lock on the door to get it (open). Deputy advised everything is okay/out with (redacted).

Welfare check
Chalcopyrite Court – Tyrone
Caller advised he has not heard from his 75-year-old patient in a few weeks. Deputy advised negative contact with any vehicle/negative contact with anyone home.

Welfare check
Coleman Drive
Caller advised a male with a ram skull in his hands is cussing and walking down Coleman. Deputy out with male/en route to see if he can get his vehicle so he can leave.

Game and Fish
Highway 180 – MM 120 (1 mile west of Highway 152 junction)
Caller advised a dead boar is in the middle of the road. Deputy did fire off one shot/boar is dead and off the road.

Unwanted subject
Spring Creek Road
Caller wants a named male out of her house/he is intoxicated and arguing with her.

Stolen motor vehicle
S. Bard Street
Caller advised her husband allowed a named female to take her 2006 white Toyota Corolla without her permission. Officer made contact with caller who advised she wants the car back. Officer advised he would try to contact the female but could not file a stolen vehicle report because her husband told her . . .

Wednesday, Aug. 3

Domestic disturbance
Western Drive – 4:08 a.m.
Caller advised she can hear a male and a female fighting/female is yelling,"Help, I can't breathe."

Unwanted subject
17 Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advising his sister is on the property and refusing to leave/she needs to be issued a CTW/she left on foot toward the Short Stop. Deputies had contact and issued Nicole Vannater a CTW for this property.

Domestic disturbance
Grand Mesa Drive – 12:42 p.m.
Caller advised she wants her daughter out of her home/she is hitting her.

Welfare check
Grand Mesa Drive – 2:01 p.m.
Caller received a call from kids crying from this address. Deputies advised out at Big O Tire and an address on Broadway as that was where they were said to be going/had negative contact.

Welfare check
Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
20-year-old female home from college acting weird/she ran down the road stating she was going to get a car to hit her/caller believes she is on narcotics/she ran down Rocky Spear Ranch Road. Deputy advised contact with female/everything is okay.

Thursday, Aug. 4

Domestic disturbance
Western Drive
Caller advised can hear people yelling back and forth. Deputy advised everything was all verbal.

Disturbance
N. Swan Street
Advised that a named male is causing issues for his grandparents/male is 18-years-old and takes medication/he is mentally like a 5-year-old/he is autistic and being combative/he is verbal and hard to understand. Deputy advised one in protective custody/en route to GRMC.

Criminal trespass warning
Rio de Arenas Road
Caller advised two other tenants were trying to break into another trailer last night.

Unwanted subject
Western Drive
Advised her nephew showed up at her house and she does not want him there/he seems to be on drugs. Deputy had negative contact with anyone matching description given.

Accident-property damage
2045 E. Highway 180
Vehicle vs deer. One shot fired.

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