Monday, Sept. 19

Accident-property damage
3185 Leslie Road
Vehicle vs fence/vehicle left already.

Unwanted subject
Penny Park
A couple has been living behind the park all weekend/they have been asked multiple times to leave/a school of 100 kids will be there at 10 a.m. and they want them gone ASAP/they are under the pavilion and have been arguing all morning. Officer out with Robert Katzenstein and Daphne Walton and issued both indefinite CTWs for Penny Park.

Game and Fish
Little Walnut Road – 9:11 a.m.
Caller advised someone hit a fawn and left. Officer made contact with the deer and with caller/deer was already deceased/caller advised he would be keeping the deer and would be butchering it for food.

Welfare check
Grado Stucco
Female lying down between the rock wall and Grado Stucco/she is not moving. Officer made contact with female who stated she was waiting for her boyfriend to come back from the post office.

Welfare check
N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a male is inside the home unresponsive/caller is the property owner/the house is supposed to be abandoned. Officer made contact with male and owner of the property/Frank Vega was issued an indefinite CTW for the address.

Game and Fish
Little Walnut Road – 10:47 a.m.
Caller advised the deer needs to be picked up. Dead deer guy advised he picked up the deer.

Shoplifting
915 Silver Heights Blvd.
Subject is accompanied by a little girl/they left in a silver sedan west on Silver Heights/he took two jewel pod packs.

Unwanted subject
1100 N. Hudson Street
Advised two males and two females are drinking in the parking lot/females headed south on Hudson/one is pushing a stroller with a child/males are walking south as well/they are consuming alcohol. Officer has contact with all four subjects at Dr. Van Dran's office.

Burglary
302 N. Bullard Street
Advised the door to his business was open and someone walked in and took a guitar from the showroom. Officer made contact.

Welfare check
Silver City Post Office
Out with Robert Katzenstein.

Welfare check
2260 E. Highway 180
A homeless female is lying down by the mailbox and not moving. Out with Daphne Walton.

Welfare check
Silver City Post Office
Male lying on the ground on the exit side by the stop sign. Officer advised checked on this male earlier/it is going to be Robert Katzenstein/he is okay.

Burglary
21st Street
Caller advised his father noticed the house was broken into/backdoor is point of entry.

Welfare check
Highway 180 @ Walmart
Advised a female wearing all black is walking into traffic. Officer out with female/female is naked/clear/one in unit en route to SOS.

Welfare check
2262 E. Highway 180
Advised someone is screaming for help in the ditch. Officers advised the named female is okay.

Welfare check
N. Juniper Street
Caller advised a named nurse did not show up for her shift at 7 p.m./she is not answering her phone as well. Officer made contact with the nurse who stated she was not due to work tonight.

Criminal sexual penetration
Silver High School
Advised a staff member is allegedly having inappropriate relationship with student/came in through another teacher.

Game and Fish
Kimberly Drive and Pinos Altos Road
Advised a fawn was hit and it's suffering/its legs are broken. Officer advised one shot fired/deer was put down.

Welfare check
Ursa Minor and Little Walnut Road -- 10:02 p.m.
Caller advised she can hear a female screaming bloody murder. Second caller advised the same. Officer advised he spoke with a male walking his dog who advised he did hear the yelling.

Welfare check
Little Walnut Road – 11:08 p.m.
Caller advised a female is screaming and she is drunk/they are up on Ursa Minor. Officers made contact with female who refused any help/everything is okay/female returned home.

Missing persons
Florence Street
Caller advised her friend and friend's son are missing/has not heard from her in a month/the friend's partner has the friend's son with him in a shelter in Albuquerque/he can't find the friend either.

Tuesday, Sept. 20

Unwanted subject
2596 N. Silver Street
Advised a homeless female who just needs to move along/negative on a CTW.

Welfare check
Omega Place
Caller advised his male friend is not making sense/he is a diabetic. Officer made contact with a named male who advised he had contact with the friend and he was at GRMC.

Vehicle burglary
1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised some tools were taken from one of the pickups. Officer set up frequent patrol for next two weeks.

Domestic disturbance
34th Street
Caller advised her boyfriend just headbutted her in the face and yelled at her as he was leaving/he left with his father in a black pickup/she does not need medical attention. Officer advised to have a Santa Clara PD officer go to an Aspen Street address and attempt contact with . . .

Battery
La Plata Middle School
Caller advised her 14-year-old daughter was being bullied today and yesterday at the school/she was hit in the back of the head by another female student/negative on medical attention.

Harassment
506 W. 13th Street
Caller advised her male neighbor and his friend are harassing and recording her/this is an ongoing issue.

Criminal trespass warning
California Avenue
Caller advised her sister is at her home and refusing to leave/she has a CTW for the property. Officer advised female left prior to arrival/had contact on Montana and Cheyenne/re-issued Donna Kenny an indefinite CTW/clear.

Identity theft
Sara Court
Caller advised someone called her about her student loan/company got all her info from her.

Loud music
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised this subject plays very loud music and when officers go over he turns it down then turns it back up when they leave. Officer advised homeowner was advised to lower the music. Caller called back advising neighbor's music is very loud again. No music/clear.

Accident-property damage
Silver Heights Blvd. and E. 14th Street
Caller advised other vehicle left after exchanging insurance/negative on any injuries.

Harassment
College Avenue and D Street
Caller advising a male went up to truck and began hitting it because it was too loud/can show LE which home the male went into/officer was advised.

Weapons fired
S. Corbin Street
Caller advised her neighbor is outside shooting. Officers out at a S. Corbin address with a named male.

Welfare check
1060 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a homeless woman has been sitting out front for several hours. Officer advised female left upon request/negative on a CTW at this time.

Wednesday, Sept. 21

Welfare check
1304 N. Bennett Street
Caller advised it has been six months since she has heard from a named male who is her brother. Officer advised made contact with brother/he will call caller later.

Larceny
2085 Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised her license plate was stolen/will speak with an officer when she gets home.

Welfare check
Arby's and old Shoe Dept
Male slumped over on the bench. Officer out with the 46-year-old male/left ankle pain/dizzy, abdominal pain, hard time standing.

Domestic disturbance
N. Gold Street
A named female is there causing problems. Caller has custody of the female's three kids. Officers appear to be on scene.

Unwanted subject
1201 Pope Street – 2:19 p.m.
A named male is on the property/wants a CTW issued/he harasses the team members about five times a day. Officer attempting to locate.

Criminal trespass warning
1201 Pope Street – 4:18 p.m.
Advising a named male is inside the lobby at this time/he is being disruptive. Officer had contact with Richard Matthews in front of Penny Park/issued him an indefinite CTW.

Battery
206 N. Hudson Street
51-year-old male with broken arm/previously involved in a fight/sitting outside the front of the building/advising he was assaulted by another individual. R1 requesting LE. Officers out with the male/patient will be transported.

Game and Fish
N. Swan and 35th streets
On Swan north of 35th Street deer dead in the road. Dead deer guy enroute to pick up deer/ advising negative contact with any deer/advised deer had already been picked up.

Suspicious vehicle
2045 E. Highway 180
Officer out with a named male who advised he ran out of gas up the road and was waiting for the store to open so he could get gas.

Larceny
Harris Road
Caller advised a roommate moved out and took some of caller's property with him.

Game and Fish
Kimberly Drive and Pinos Altos Road
Dead fawn on Kimberly Drive. Dead deer guy advised he is clear/deer was disposed of.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
1310 E. 32nd Street
Gas keeps being siphoned out of vehicle and vehicle is being damaged in the process/has been happening over the past couple of weeks.

Welfare check
1401 Silver Heights Blvd.
Male lying on the rocks/it's the bald male who walks around town. Officer out with the male/everything is okay/male is gonna leave.

Welfare check
Silver Street @ Stout
Caller advised a female keeps running into the middle of Silver Street. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
N. California Avenue
Caller advised the last time she spoke with her 65-year-old mother was two days ago/caller advised she can't go check on her herself because she has a CTW for that location. Officer made contact with female/everything is okay.

Criminal trespass warning
1600 16th Street – Mountain View Senior Apartments – 7:08 p.m.
Advised a named female just walked onto the property/she is going to the fourth floor. Officer had contact with the female off the property and she was advised to stay off the property.

Welfare check
1600 16th Street – MVSA – 7:57 p.m.
Advising a named female is camping out where the old dentist office used to be/believes she has a CTW for the apartment complex. Officer advised giving the female a ride to SOS.

Unwanted subject
Valley Vista
Caller advised his son is intoxicated and is being aggressive/son is refusing to leave/he is no longer wanted at the house.

Disturbance
Cardinal Lane
Caller advised her husband and his daughter are arguing outside the home/caller is sick in her bedroom/she has to hang up because her husband was coming into the bedroom and immediately disconnected the line. Officer made contact with husband who advised the female left prior to arrival and everything was okay.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Officer has one in custody/prisoner released on traffic citation.

Loud party
Royall Drive
Advising party has been going on for about five hours. Officer advised negative on any loud party/all units clear. Caller advised party has picked up and is very loud. Second caller advised neighbors are being very disrespectful and loud.

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