Bayard Police Department

Monday, Apr. 8

Vehicle burglary
N. Franey Street
$50 worth of items were taken out of car's toolbox.

DV order violation
Copper Little League
Advised that a named male is not supposed to be around his children, and he is around his child. Officer spoke with both parties/everything is okay.

Wednesday, Apr. 10

Cobre High School
Caller advised her son punched daughter in the ear at the bus stop/daughter has a small gash on her ear and blood on her shirt/declined ambulance. Hurley PD officer advised it was a civil matter.

Cobre High School
Report, no narrative.

Thursday, Apr. 11

Domestic disturbance
Steyskal Street
Caller advised his 30-year-old girlfriend left after an argument stating she was going to harm herself/they have two sons/she is driving a grey Chrysler 300.

Criminal trespass warning
Guinevan Street
Caller is en route to location/wants to meet with LE and put a CTW on her son. Officer issued CTW for (redacted) Street to (redacted).

Welfare check
Pecos Cyber Academy
13-year-old student/unable to make contact with child or mother for almost 30 days. Officer advised made contact/left voicemail.

Welfare check
N. Yucca Street
Male wearing all black walking up and down the street. Officer has contact/clear/female was just going for a walk.

Hurley Police Department

Monday, Apr. 8

Suicide threat
B street
No report.

Tuesday, Apr. 9

Domestic disturbance
Lea Drive
Both brothers are fighting/they are in the front yard/one is not on his medication/her dog just ran off/this started yesterday.

Wednesday, Apr. 10

Welfare check
Santa Rita Avenue
Heard voices in the garage/says she locked them in there. Deputy had negative contact.

Thursday, Apr. 11

Welfare check
D Street
Last spoke to 68-year-old male this morning/he has heart and diabetes issues. Deputy advised spoke with male/stated he is okay.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, Apr. 8

Welfare check
Ft Bayard and Cottonwood streets
Caller advised an older male seems to be laughing hysterically on the corner/has a black dog with him. Deputy advised will pend for Santa Clara – doing reports. Officer advised negative contact.

Tuesday, Apr. 9

Domestic disturbance
Aspen Street
Caller wants his ex-girlfriend removed/she is outside with her little girl knocking on the window/caller is home alone/he can't shut the window, it is broken.

Welfare check
Bellm Street
Caller from Stout School advised an 8-year-old student is saying there was no electricity and possibly no running water. Officer advised a male and his wife are the only ones who live there and they would try to get a phone number for the mom.

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