Monday, May 29

Alamo Street – Arenas Valley
Caller advised they returned from camping and found the home broken into/stuff from the garage was taken. Deputy responding.

Welfare check
Cottonwood Road and Copper Ridge Drive
Caller can hear children and a woman crying. Deputy ATL in area/negative contact.

Tuesday, May 30

Suspicious vehicle
Dragonfly Trailhead – 3:35 a.m.
Deputy advised everything is okay/he is staying there for the night and will be leaving in the morning.

Welfare check
Caller advised he has not heard from any of his family including his 1-year-old daughter for a week. Santa Clara PD officer advised negative contact/no one is home at this time/advised clear with caller contact.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Western Drive
Caller advised someone broke her windshield over the weekend or last night/she is at work. Deputy out with caller and white 2017 Chevy 4dr/will be clear/negative on a report at this time.

Intoxicated driver
Cottonwood Road
A named male just left their home intoxicated/2005 Sebring convertible. Deputy advised in the area ATL vehicle/negative contact/give ATL to SCPD. Tried to make contact with male/went all the way to his . . .

Windy Flat Road – Lower Mimbres
Game camera was stolen from inside camper/believes it was taken by this named male/he had been staying with her/he is denying taking it. Deputy was advised of the call.

Unwanted subject
Hill Street – North Hurley
Caller advised her and her partner are arguing/his daughter is causing issues/needs her to leave the property. Made contact with all parties involved/(redacted) was there to retrieve some of her items and drop off a birthday gift/verbal argument/(redacted) agrees to leave and set up a civil standby at a later time.

Wednesday, May 31

Domestic disturbance
Fairway Drive
Having problems with boyfriend/wants him removed/both have been drinking/he spit on her face/he is outside/she is inside with her kids. Deputy advised ATL the subject/will be on foot. Caller called back advising the male is back inside the residence causing issues.

Welfare check
Skyview Drive
Caller advised her mom and stepdad had gotten into a fight/he left walking and her mom went to look for him. Unknown how old the juvie is who called on 911/she disconnected the line/unable to call her back. Deputies responded/upon arrival both parties were present and advised it was only a verbal argument/parties separated to cool off.

Welfare check
Ft Bayard area
Caller advised her ex called and told her he is at Fort Bayard and doesn't want to be around anymore/he drives a black HD motorcycle. Deputies had negative contact at Bataan Memorial Park/negative contact in Fort Bayard area.

2 Caballero Drive
Angry customer accused them of stealing the gas in his vehicle/customer told caller "You better watch yourself."/customer is no longer on scene. Deputy had contact with caller.

Missing persons
Fort Bayard Road
Caller advised they have been trying to call her husband who is a patient at Fort Bayard and he is not answering. Silver City PD officer advised out at a 6th Street address to speak with neighbors/SCPD making phone calls/back out at the 6th Street address for follow up. Santa Clara PD officer advised en route to Fort Bayard hospital area to . . .

Stolen motor vehicle
Mobile Drive
Caller advised his 2001 Dodge ½ ton truck was stolen.

Welfare check
Trailing Heart Drive – Silver Acres – 6:39 p.m.
Male stated he needed help and disconnected the line. LE arrived and made contact with caller but he did not open the door/advised he was just having a panic attack but he had it under control/refused EMS.

Welfare check
Trailing Heart Drive – Silver Acres – 7:42 p.m.
Caller calling for male/stated male took sleeping pills to commit suicide/deputy requested ambulance for 42-year-old male who took two sleeping pills/he is alert, conscious, and breathing. Deputy made contact with male again/this time he had the door open/he was sweating a lot and asked for water which the deputy . . .

Criminal trespass warning
Bard Avenue – Santa Clara
A named male is on property/caller is at the fire department and can see him on camera.

Thursday, June 1

Welfare check
Briarwood Lane
Caller advised she has been unable to get hold of an employee/he has not shown up for work/he has been out of work on workers' comp for seizures. Deputies advised negative contact/en route to Silver Star Trailer Park/was advised he lives there.

Dog bite
308 Ridge Road
Walk-in. Deputy en route to Humane Society with one in unit/en route back to Silverback to have them sign paperwork.

W. Highway 180 – MM 107 (3 miles west of Truck Bypass junction)
Second caller advised small SUV that rolled over/looks like subjects are out of vehicle/vehicle is off the highway/approximately 10 miles west from Silver/red Jeep rolled over on its side/caller advising she is having back pain.

Domestic disturbance
Scott Park Sports Complex
Caller advised her son is being abused by his girlfriend/her 12-year-old grandson called stating they were physically fighting. Deputy made contact with parties who stated they were at . . .

Domestic disturbance
North Hurley Road
Caller advised his neighbor was beating up his girlfriend. Deputy advised at location and transporting female to another address in North Hurley/dropped female off.

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