Friday, Dec. 15

Disturbance
Newsham Street
Caller advised she can hear her neighbors yelling. Officer had contact with a named male and a named female and they are okay.

Unwanted subject
Glenda Circle
A named male is on the property and caller does not want him there/stated he is being paranoid. Officer advised male is a resident of the home and cannot be removed/advised parties to stay separated for the rest of the night.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
A named male who has a CTW is in front of the store. Caller called back advising male left.

Welfare check
S. Arizona Street
A named male is having mental issues again/he is off his meds/he is missing now/driving a blue Chevy S10. Will ATL the subject.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
3110 E. Highway 180
Advised that a named female slashed her tire/female left already. Officer ran driver's licenses for two males and two females.

Criminal trespass warning
1201 Pope Street
A named male who has a CTW is in the back parking lot. Officer has Edward Ludwig on the ground and in custody/request ambulance for 43-year-old male with breathing problems.

Burglary
1103 Superior
Someone broke into two storage containers on vacant land across from the Holiday Inn Express and stole items.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Male shoplifted and ran away.

Larceny
914 Pope Street
Third party call from a male who works for NMSP who advised he was approached by the owner to report a motorized bicycle worth $3,000 was taken.

Harassment
SCPD
Walk-in advised her and her husband have been receiving text messages that are vulgar and saying her and her husband's names.

Unwanted subject
1221 N. Hudson Street
Subject is lying in the parking lot hanging over the curb and caller's employees need to leave/wants a CTW issued. Officer issued Sarah Serna a CTW for First Savings Bank.

Disturbance
1956 E. Highway 180
A male in a black hoodie is inside the store. Officer advised out with the male/manager advised negative on CTW/male will pay for his items and leave.

Criminal damage to property
2711 Leslie Road – Lintero Apartments
Caller's granddaughter just called and said the glass sliding door is broken. Officer advised video footage of the damage was taken.

Welfare check
2711 Leslie Road – Lintero Apartments
Caller advised her 12-year-old granddaughter did not go home after school/believes she is at the complex with a female friend. Officer had contact with granddaughter at the apartment/she is going home with grandma.

Unwanted subject
2633 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male is being irate toward the cashier/wants him removed from the store and issued a CTW. Officers issued Nick Castro a CTW/he left the building with his brother.

Unwanted subject
1330 E. 32nd Street
Male in the store is refusing to leave and causing issues/want him issued a CTW. Officer advised the male left/just wanted him gone for the night.

Disturbance
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advising of an older man who got out of the truck advising some juvies who were following him too closely. Officer went traffic at entrance.

Saturday, Dec. 16

Welfare check
1313 E. 32nd Street – 8:08 a.m.
Caller from GRMC Security advised a female has been there since 3 a.m./she said she was walking around trying to find change for a $20 bill/caller does not think she belongs at the hospital. Officer out with the female/she is waiting on the owner of the vehicle to come back.

Fight
E. Pine Street and Pinos Altos Road
Two people are fighting/they are on the ground/two other people are watching and yelling at them. Officer made contact with two subjects walking toward Village Drive/they said two brothers got into an argument over chores not being done.

Welfare check
Silver Heights Blvd. and N. Swan Street
Male is walking in and out of traffic.

Larceny
Glenda Circle
A named male is at caller's doorstep/he is causing problems/appears to be intoxicated.

Domestic disturbance
40th Street
Caller advised a named male is inside her home and damaging the residence/caller left the residence/he is schizophrenic and is off his meds/he broke her thermostat and mirrors and blinds. Officer issued Nicholas Castro a CTW for 1224 Glenda Circle.

Larceny
Florence Street
Someone stole caller's washer from inside her house.

Welfare check
Virginia Street
Advised a named female hasn't responded to caller in four days/she is not answering her phone or her door. Officer had contact with female who stated she has been sick all week and that's why she hasn't gone to work.

Disturbance
E. Broadway
Advised a named female is arguing with someone. Officer out with a named male and the female.

Harassment
21st Street
A named male is threatening to shoot caller because the male thinks caller's son is dating his girlfriend. Officer made contact with caller.

Welfare check
Silver High School
Caller advised subject called 988 and advised he took some pills that had an "A" or a "D" on it and that this was a suicide attempt/advised he was at "Hidden Park." Officers out at Hidden Park, 38th and Silver streets, with 17-year-old/alert, conscious and breathing.

Unattended death
W. Kelly Street
Elderly male in his 80-90s/he was trying to get in contact with male/male is stiff.

Welfare check
2415 Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised he needs help and needed a ride home/he is extremely intoxicated. Officer advised caller has an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on a criminal trespass/hold without bond.

Unwanted subject
Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller requesting call from LE ref his son who is mentally unstable and feeling threatened in his own home.

Sunday, Dec. 17

Unwanted subject
610 N. Silver Street – Seasonal Overnight Shelter
Male out front is being disruptive/he is threatening people and refusing to leave/would like a CTW issued. Officer out with the male/they will be letting male stay.

Welfare check
16th Street
Caller advised her mother left the house in a white Ford Focus when she told her she was suicidal/caller is 15-years-old/caller advised she had been suicidal all week and has gone to the ER all week. Officer advised to get mother's phone number and advise her to return to her home.

Criminal trespass warning
Visitor Center
A named male is on the property.

Welfare check
N. Gold and E. 7th streets
Caller advised a female is throwing cans around and yelling. Officer had contact with a named female.

Burglary
Pine Street
Caller who is the manager advised a female states an unknown female is at the residence taking a shower.

Fight
412 E. 12th Street
Three males, all in black/they are walking away from each other but are still yelling. Officers out with three named males.

Disturbance
306 E. 12th Street
Two males who were fighting.

Welfare check
E. 12th and N. Hudson streets
Female lying face down. Officer advised clear/negative contact.

Unwanted subject
Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised someone is staying in the extra room but he doesn't want him there anymore because he is more mentally ill than he is. Officer out with a named male/requesting ambulance for a 42-year-old male with a broken leg/non-emergency.

Welfare check
306 E. 12th Street
Male is asleep in the restroom/want him removed. Officer out with the named male who is just wanting a ride to the hospital/he is now stating he wants to go home to Mountain View Road.

Suspicious vehicle
2711 Leslie Road – Lintero Apartments
Male sitting inside a full-size pickup for the last few hours. Officer advised male has a warrant out of Judge Grijalva's court for failure to appear on a charge of driving on a suspended license.

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