Friday, Mar. 29

Kohdy Lane – Arenas Valley
Caller from Phoenix states her ex-husband is making threats/telling her to come to Grant County or he will hurt her family who live at the location/had a call with him about 10 minutes ago.

Chalcocite Court – Tyrone
Stated she got home and her mother and grandparents were threatening her and her son/telling her she needed to get out/she had documentation showing she is paying for the house. Deputy made contact with caller.

Weapons fired
Village Road
Five shots/does not know the male's name. Second caller advised more shots. Deputy advised just past Village there is a guy with a truck and door open at . . .

Suspicious vehicle
Chukar Drive
White truck in her driveway and no one is supposed to be there/caller is out of town.

Loud music
W. Hester Street
Stated across the street neighbor is playing loud music and she cannot sleep.

Saturday, Mar. 30

Welfare check
Serinna and Pine
No report.

Stolen motor vehicle
Iron Bridge
2022 silver Dodge Ram Bighorn taken sometime yesterday. Deputy ran three driver's licenses.

Weapons fired
Paisano Street and Arenas Valley Road
Advised a female is shooting in her direction/caller refused to provide any other info. Deputy advised it was a BB gun/everything is okay.

Advised subjects are harassing her from Louisiana/she can only hear their voices/does not know who they are/disguising their voices as kids.

Highway 211 – post office
Two toddlers, 1 and 3-years-old, involved in a rollover/they were with their father who wrecked/toddlers are alert and talking/can see bumps on the 1-year-old and ankle swelling and bump on head on 3-year-old. Deputy advised caller is on scene at LZ/Native is currently on the ground.

Sunday, Mar. 31

Welfare check
Bandoni Drive
States juvies are being loud and rowdy by his window/thinks they are doing it on purpose/have been for weeks now. Deputy advised clear/negative contact.

Welfare check
Highway 15 – anywhere north
Caller advised her sister is camping somewhere in the forest for the weekend/caller lost her signal/caller is not concerned for her safety, but they need to reach her due to a death in the family and she will have a four-day drive to Canada. Caller called back advising she made contact with her sister/everything is okay.

Domestic disturbance
Corua Way – Silver City
Caller advised her 80-year-old father is digging an outhouse with a pickax/he is angry with caller because she couldn't pray with him/caller is from Canada and has her friend from Florida with her/they have been here for a week. Caller said he has this anger her whole life and when he is this way you can't stop him.

Suspicious vehicle
Tanglewood Circle
Caller advised a beat-up RV has been parked in front of his house for a few hours now/he doesn't want them to think they can stay there. Deputy ran driver's license, registration, etc.

Welfare check
Copper Drive – Tyrone – 11:52 p.m.
Caller advised her 13-year-old niece called saying her 13-year-old brother has alcohol poisoning and the adults there are not doing anything/her niece had gotten him to throw up but cannot wake him up at 10:47 p.m. Second caller received a call . . .

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