Friday, Mar. 17

Criminal trespass warning
3420 E. Highway 180
Female is sitting on the second floor. Officer advised Cristina Proudlock in custody en route to SCPD/en route to GCDC.

Unwanted subject
610 N. Silver Street – Seasonal Overnight Shelter
A named male is refusing to leave and will not stop screaming. Officer advised both units clear/male took off.

Unwanted subject
121 W. 12th Street
A named male. Officers advised we do not have a CTW logged for this male at this location/issued Casey Munoz CTWs for 12th Street and Hudson Street laundrymats.

Unwanted subject
N. Bayard Street
Caller advised a male threatened her/she used a bat to threaten him to leave/he left running toward Spring Street/he has alcohol on him/she was nice and allowed him to stay/he was making sexual advances toward her.

Criminal trespass
2618 Walnut Drive
Caller advised that a named female neighbor is trespassing on his property. Officer made contact with caller.

Suspicious vehicle
W. 10th Street
Caller was advised by a neighbor that a red car has been in her driveway for a week/caller is in Bayard right now and wants that car removed. Officer advised checking warrants on a named male/they will be moving the car.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 – MM 117 (1 mile west of Uncle Woody’s Flea Market)
Caller advised a silver Nissan 4dr car cut him off/they are speeding and cannot maintain lanes/a red GMC is arguing with the driver. Officer had contact with both vehicles.

Unwanted subject
2501 E. Highway 180
A male was yelling at caller’s boss/they want a CTW issued and male identified/the male and a female are in a green 4x4 older Dodge headed west on Highway 180.

Welfare check
17th Street – 5:38 p.m.
Caller wants to make sure her 3.5-year-old child made it back to NM/she is not allowed contact. Officer advised made contact with the child’s father and with the child/child was clean and so was the house/made contact with caller.

Unwanted subject
2441 E. Highway 180
Male who appeared homeless punched a mirror to a motor home/male is bleeding all over in the front bathrooms/he is yelling and refusing to talk to anyone/male is walking outside.

Welfare check
Silver City Post Office
Male lying on the sidewalk/customer told caller she saw him fall and he was shaking. Officer made contact with male/lying with blanket/everything is okay/male did not fall just lying down.

Suicide threat
1600 E. 32nd Street
No narrative.

Welfare check
17th Street – 10:44 p.m.
Caller is advising her son called her twice, second time he called her he was crying and asked her to pick him up then someone yelled at him to get off the phone. Officer had contact with a named male/clear/everything is okay/called caller multiple times/negative contact.

Saturday, Mar. 18

S. Cooper Street
A loan company took out two thousand dollars from bank account.

2711 Leslie Road – Lintero Apartments
Caller can hear both a male and a female arguing and yelling. Officers out with a named female/both units clear.

Welfare check
610 N. Silver Street – Seasonal Overnight Shelter
Verbal domestic. A named male and unknown female/male was holding the female down/one of them is de-toxing. Officer has contact with both subjects/they are both okay/units clear.

Game and Fish
W. Highway 180 @Alabama Street
Dead skunk in roadway/left a message with dead deer guy.

Criminal trespass warning
La Plata Middle School
Officer advised to ATL for Frederick Acosta and when located issue him an indefinite CTW for Stout and La Plata ref basketball games.

Unwanted subject
Stout Elementary School
Caller advised a parent needs to be removed/he is being disruptive. Officer advised male left willingly/everything is okay.

Intoxicated persons
206 N. Hudson Street
Male who appears to be intoxicated is sitting in a tan Toyota car in the parking lot/before he got into the car he could barely stand. Officer advised Brenden Claussen in custody/request next wrecker on rotation.

Game and Fish
32nd Street Bypass and Longhorn
Female advised dead deer in roadway. Officer advised deer moved off roadway.

Yucca Street
Caller advised a named male went into his residence about 15-20 minutes ago and stole $40 and other items/male left as soon as caller returned back inside his home.

Criminal trespass warning
201 E. 14th Street
Male keeps going inside and is making staff feel uncomfortable/they want him issued a CTW.

Sunday, Mar. 19

Suspicious vehicle
Lamina Loop
Caller advised a blue car is parked in front of her home/she does not know who it belongs to. Officer did registration check.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
A named female is in the waiting room restroom refusing to leave and causing issues. Officer advised one female in unit en route to Copper Manor.

Reckless driver
S. Highway 90 @Calvary Chapel
Motorcycle north on Highway 90 going 131 mph/white bike – no plate. Officers had contact advising out of Arizona/wrecker on scene/male was released on his own recognizance.

Criminal trespass warning
1956 E. Highway 180
Male and female need CTWs issued. Officer advised Aaron Montgomery and Andrea Velasquez were issued CTWs and they left.

1506 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised a named female just hit her in the face/caller refused medical. Officer advised out at 16th Street apartments with the female.

2501 E. Highway 180
A named male just dropped all items he was attempting to steal. Caller was advised all officers are busy right now but will send someone when video is ready.

Unwanted subject
206 N Hudson St.
Caller stated a man is in the store who pulled out a bag of weed. Officer advised out with a named male/male left property upon request.

1810 N. Swan Street
Male stole alcohol and walked out headed toward Silver Heights. Officer advised unknown what male took/going to wait for footage/will ATL for male.

Criminal trespass
610 N. Silver Street – SOS
A named male is inside vacant building/was advised by property owner that no one is allowed in there and if anyone goes inside to call. Officer advised male left.

Criminal trespass warning
1810 N. Swan Street
Caller stated a female came inside and yelled “Just wait till you come outside” to a customer/she is sitting at the tables/wants her issued a CTW.

Suspicious vehicle
E. 14th and N. Gold streets
Vehicle with door wide open. Officer advised everything is okay/made contact with owner.

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