Monday, Sept. 19

Welfare check
Highway 15 – Pinos Altos
Caller advised her cousin has been trying to steal caller's children/she is suffering from mental health problems/she attacked her dad the other night/right now she is laughing and talking to herself/she mixes daily meds with alcohol/she has a brain shunt and a list of other medical . . .

Hanover Post Office
Caller advised a male was harassing her and her husband.

Hermana Street – Arenas Valley
Caller advised her neighbor was on her property last night/he is harassing her from his front porch/he is not currently on her property/wants officer to go and tell him to stop tracking her phone.

Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Wants to speak to deputy ref her home being broken into.

Tuesday, Sept. 20

Game and Fish
Highway 180 – MM 118 – Uncle Woody's Flea Market
Moving dead deer from roadway.

Suspicious vehicle
Arenas Valley Road
Caller advised about a quarter-mile off Highway 180 before Dragonfly a black full-size van has been parked there for a few weeks. Deputy checked it out.

70 Truck Bypass – Peaceful Trailer Park
Caller advised he is trying to post a legal document to a named individual's door/advising the tenant is refusing to let him post the notices and is now threatening him. Second caller advised he was asked to call on behalf of both parties. Deputy was advised.

Noonday Canyon Road – San Lorenzo
Advised several items were taken from their residence and the barn was broken into. Deputy advised will be en route.

Identity theft
Kneeling Nun Road – Hanover
Caller advised someone broke into her residence and took her personal banking information/she suspects one or two named subjects.

Criminal sexual complaint
No narrative.

Wednesday, Sept. 21

Welfare check
Highway 15 @ Sanctuary Road
Advised she can hear a female screaming and yelling/she can see a male and a female fighting. Deputy advised units clear/everything is okay.

Ocotillo Drive – Lower Mimbres
Caller advised a couple of males stole her gas can. Deputy advised will be clear.

Suspicious vehicle
C Bar Ranch Road – White Signal
Caller advised a vehicle was left in the middle of the road and it is still there/they have a semi arriving in a couple of hours and it won't be able to go around. Deputy made contact with the vehicle's owner who is on his way/he also gave permission to move it if necessary, Deputy advised clear/owner arrived and moved the vehicle from the roadway.

Welfare check
Spring Creek Road
Caller advised caller has an appointment with a named female which was confirmed yesterday and right now she isn't answering her door and her dog is out loose/she has a history of seizures. Deputy advised they did locate this female with Ambercare/advised everything is okay/clear.

Domestic disturbance
Iglesia Street – Fierro
Male stated come talk to my wife and hung up. Upon callback the male stated wife is throwing a crazy and to go talk to her. She was yelling in the background/he disconnected the line again. Deputies advised everything is okay/all verbal.

Welfare check
Burnham Street – Arenas Valley
Caller advised he has a tenant who has been yelling/will meet deputy there in 20 minutes. Deputy advised will be clear for now/everything is okay.

Suspicious vehicle
Grand Mesa Drive
Advising a white and brown van is parked next to the speed bump near his home/its been there for about five hours. Deputy has two in unit/advised van broke down on them.

Welfare check
Galaz Street – San Lorenzo
Caller advised she spoke to her 14-year-old daughter earlier who advised she was dizzy/Called back to check on her and she is not answering the phone/child is with grandmother. Deputy had contact with grandmother who advised the child is okay.

Thursday, Sept. 22

Reckless driver
Highway 152 – MM 10
Caller advised a female driver isn't able to maintain lane/handicapped license plate. Deputy advised will be clear/elderly female driver/advised she is en route to a doctor appointment.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Coleman Drive – 2:47 p.m.
Male just came into the yard and broke the windows to her sister's truck/he stated something like "Your sister's ex-husband owed him something"/he was wearing a long black trench coat and a red, white, and green bicycle helmet with antlers taped to it/he broke the windows with an axe or a hammer.

Gold Rush Road – Santa Rita
Caller advised her neighbor just hit her with a board/she has been harassing her all day. 64-year-old female hit with a board/negative bleeding. Deputy issued (redacted) a CTW to 19 Gold Rush Road and to 21 Mule Shoe Road.

Coleman Drive –5:18 p.m.
No narrative.

Suspicious vehicle
Penjamo – North Hurley
Caller advised a large semi is parked near her home. Deputy had contact with driver who advised he just parked for the night/will be headed to one of the mines tomorrow.

Welfare check
Agua Blanca – Hurley
Neighbor is burning something close to his trailer/wants deputy to contact the male. Caller called back advising his aunt made contact with the male/he is okay/request for LE is cancelled.

Welfare check
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised a truck just passed her with a female inside screaming very loudly and crying/a male was yelling at the female. Deputy ATL'd to Gomez Peak with negative contact.

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