Monday, Mar. 27

Domestic disturbance
Tabor Drive
There is a lot of yelling and screaming in the background. Caller advised she got home from work and came home to the children being disrespectful/there is no need for LE to go. Second caller advised his children are being abused by the mother's boyfriend/boyfriend has warrants and Is on drugs/his children are contacting him on Snapchat saying they are being abused.

I-10 – MM 53 (about 33 miles east of Lordsburg)
An 18-wheeler hit something/thinks it was a person or an animal/NMSP doesn't have anyone out at this time. Caller called back advising he is past the rest area/stated the object that was hit went running at him/there is damage to his truck. Deputy advised units will be clear/scene was turned over to NMSP.

Amber Drive
Caller was victim on online fraud. Deputy advised will call the caller/will be clear.

Criminal trespass
Highway 152 – Grant County
Caller advised she believes someone was on her property trying to steal fuel while they were gone. Deputies advised in the area ATL/have to clear some buildings.

Domestic disturbance
11824 Highway 180
A named individual took off in the car from caller/owner of KOA will not allow deputy to be there/caller wants to meet deputy at the Rio de Arenas Snappy/deputy needs to call caller first/caller also wants a DVO/he threatened caller's 27-year-old son. Deputy was advised.

Reckless driver
Highway 90 – Tyrone townsite
Kids are racing. Second caller on 911 advised several vehicles/other vehicles had to stop because they were coming around the corner. Deputy advised someone would be en route shortly.

Arenas Valley Road
Caller advised a named female keeps calling him and his wife and harassing them/they have advised her to stop calling but she continues to call and text/wants a deputy to call her and tell her to stop.

Domestic disturbance
Oakwood Avenue
Caller advised his brother is trying to go home but his girlfriend and her father are not allowing him to leave. Deputy advised everything was verbal/parties have been separated.

Tuesday, Mar. 28

No report.

Ridge Road
Caller advised he can see on his camera that someone is on his property/advised the male is hiding in the trees/he has caller's belongings. Deputy advised on scene/male took off running/will be on foot ATL male.

Broken Arrow Drive – Silver Acres
There are speakers missing and other items.

Wildwood Circle
No narrative.

Wednesday, Mar. 29

Welfare check
Spring Street/Central Elementary
Caller heard people screaming. Deputy advised negative contact with anyone screaming in area, but can hear a rooster in area.

Criminal sexual penetration
Advised a male in one of the pods advised he had been raped in the detention facility. Deputy was advised.

Domestic disturbance
2069 Cottage San Road – Silver Star
Caller advised his brother and his girlfriend are fighting/caller's brother is sending them videos of her throwing his things out of the home. Deputy advised units clear/everything is okay.

Vicente Place
Advised his golf cart was stolen last night from his residence.

Chalcopyrite Court – Tyrone
Caller advised stepson stole a firearm from him while he was staying with him for a few days.

Welfare check
Camino Tolteca – Tyrone
Caller from HMS advised they have not been able to get hold of a named male/advising his labs are very low and they need him to contact them if he is located/they were not able to contact his wife either. Deputy has contact with male and he will be contacting HMS.

Unwanted subject
W. Encino Street -- Bayard
Caller advised a named female is drunk and fighting with everyone/wants her removed/has been physical with people in the house already. Deputy advised one in unit en route to SPIN/ request ambulance for 37-year-old female, drunk, swelling to left eye/small cut on nose. EMS1 cancelled when arrived on scene by R1.

Thursday, Mar. 30

Elias Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised someone stole a cargo trailer/he has been out of town for five days so doesn't know when it was taken/trailer was loaded with several carpenter tools.

Yellow Arrow Lane
Caller is being harassed by a male who told her to get off her(?) property. Deputy made contact with two males who advised an older lady had stopped and was taking pictures of where they had parked their truck.

Welfare check
Cottage San Road
Caller from Silver City Care Center advised a 53-year-old male left against medical advice/he has a pic line/history of drug abuse/a female came and picked him up/if contact is made he needs to be taken to ER and the pic line removed. Deputy advised have contact with male.

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