Bayard Police Department

Monday, Mar. 13

Criminal damage to property
1401 Tom Foy Blvd.
Advised the ATM has damage to it.

Identity theft
North Street
Advised that someone is trying to file unemployment under her name.

Tuesday, Mar. 14

Welfare check
Taylor Street – 7:14 p.m.
Caller advised her 3- and 5-year-old children are with their father and he is texting saying he does not have food or clothes for them/when she tries to communicate with him he becomes irate with her over the phone/wants to know the kids are okay and if she needs to send someone to his house with groceries for the kids.

Wednesday, Mar. 15

Criminal damage to property
900 Central Avenue – Cobre School Administration
Caller advised bullet holes are in the front window.

Welfare check
Taylor Street -- 8:49 p.m.
Caller advised her 3- and 5-year-old children are with their father and she needs to make sure they have enough food in the home until she picks them up on Saturday/he has been harassing her. Deputies made contact with (redacted) and children/they have proper clothing and proper things to live with/was issued two CTWs for a 100 Runnels Drive apartment and the entire Mountain View Senior Apartment complex in Silver City.

Thursday, Mar. 16

Momsen Street
Officer advised one female in custody en route to GCDC.

Hurley Police Department

Thursday, Mar. 16

Reckless driver
Aztec Avenue
Tan- colored Chevy Yukon doing burnouts and running stop signs/they do this over and over. Deputy had negative contact/will set up a frequent patrol for a week.

Santa Clara Police Department

Tuesday, Mar. 14

Weapons fired
Santa Clara Cemetery
Caller stated he heard two rounds about 4-5 minutes ago. Officer had negative contact.

Criminal damage to property
Aspen Street
Officer set up frequent patrol for two graveyards for ref vandalism.

Wednesday, Mar. 15

Child pornography
Bard Street
No narrative.

11988 Highway 180
A named male stole a lot of items and got into a white car and left west on Highway 180.

Welfare check
Jaguar Street
Caller advised can hear a lot of screaming and children crying/can hear a male yelling and cussing. Officer advised out at location/negative on domestic/no children crying/had music loud/advised to turn it down.

Thursday, Mar. 16

Unwanted subject
N. Hutchinson Street
(Redacted) is there drunk and refusing to leave/caller advised everyone in the house is drunk and she just got home and doesn't want to deal with them. Officer requested ambulance for 22-year-old male ref evaluation/one male in unit en route to a Mountain View Drive address.

Bellm Street
Caller advised people are arguing/it is verbal but may become physical. Caller's brother's mother-in-law is throwing bowls at them and yelling and refusing to leave/they have been arguing for two days. Officer made contact with a neighbor.

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