Friday, Jan. 20

Welfare check

W. Hester Street

Caller heard a female arguing with a male/female was getting aggressive with the male/they were inside their residence/female was yelling loud and male was trying to tell her to stop/happened 15 minutes ago.


E. Highway 180 – Arenas Valley

Someone broke into the old Pole Line business next to Hamilton’s and stole more than $2,000 worth of items.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle

Ft Bayard Medical Center

Caller advised the back window to his vehicle was broken while he was at work.

Welfare check

Chloride Flats Road

Caller advised her son just showed up to the residence and caller was under the impression son  was put on a 72-hour-hold/wondered why he was released. Second caller advised his brother is back home with his mom and is concerned for her safety. Deputy advised back out at the address/serving warrants.

Welfare check

Pheasant Drive

Caller from Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office advised a named female went into their office requesting to report a 10-year-old child as missing. Caller advised she would make sure the child is okay but could not report her as missing at this time. Deputy was advised/clear/juvi is okay/will call caller.

Suspicious vehicle

Windmill Ridge – Tyrone – 11:58 p.m.

Caller advised someone is on her property in a pickup. While on the phone caller advised that it was her neighbor who is intoxicated/everything is okay.

Saturday, Jan. 21


Windmill Ridge – Tyrone – 12:47 a.m.

Advised that the neighbor is causing issues/he is leaving in a black Chevy pickup and he is intoxicated/he is trying to turn the vehicle around/he keeps going back and forth to their residence. Deputy had contact with (redacted) who is home and explaining the . . .

Aggravated assault

Shrine Mine Road

Caller advised people are cutting illegally and shooting guns on the forest property next to his property. Deputies advised units have contact with three males at Shrine Mine Road and Willow Creek/will be clear for now/advised to assign case number for aggravated assault.

Unattended death

Fierro Road – Fierro

Caller advised his father just found his brother deceased/he has been dead for a few days now. Deputy out at Baca’s Funeral/back at the residence/advised that son and grandson will be stopping by the home periodically to get belongings/requesting frequent patrol every day . . .

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle

Highway 180 @ RDA Snappy

Caller advised someone shot at the window of his silver Chevy Silverado/caller has not heard another shot. Caller was advised to stay in vehicle. Deputy advised all units clear/will ATL the area.

Welfare check

2069 Cottage San Road – Silver Star

Caller advised while outside she heard a girl screaming then banging and things being thrown. Deputy advised a brother and sister, ages 13 and 16, were playing around and yelling but it was not a fight/all appeared okay.

Sunday, Jan. 22


Aguila Street – Santa Clara

Caller advised that her schizophrenic son destroyed the house/he left the location. Deputy  advised if contact is made with son to hold as he is also making threats to harm himself and others.

Welfare check

Coleman Drive

Caller advised her 62-year-old stepdaughter is not answering her phone calls or texts. Deputy made contact with stepdaughter advising she is okay and will call caller.

Welfare check

Arenas Valley Road

Three little kids are running down the middle of the road/a red vehicle was following them trying to catch them/caller does not see them now.

Welfare check

Morgan Lane -- Buckhorn

Caller advised his 79-year-old brother has been sick lately and was supposed to call him back over 20 minutes ago and has not/he has  been refusing medical care and has been vomiting. Caller advised a neighbor went by and checked on him and advised he was fine/advising he does not like anyone on his property or in his home.

Suspicious vehicle

N. Swan Street and Rocky Creek Road

Deputy advised contact with (redacted) and daughter.

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