Monday, Apr. 15

Criminal trespass warning
Rio de Arenas Road
Caller advised that a named female texted him and stated that she was at his residence and she has a CTW for his trailer number. Deputy advised CTW for the female was re-issued.

Welfare check
Cottage San Road
Caller advised the last time she spoke to her 64-year-old mom was 5-6 years ago/wants her mother to call her/wants deputy to get mother's phone number and give it to caller. Deputy made contact with mother who will call daughter.

Welfare check
Five Mile Creek Road – Buckhorn
Caller from Central Intake advised received call of a 9-year-old female with burns on her back. Deputy advised tried to call caller and she was not available.

Welfare check
Highway 15 – Sheep Corral Road
Male walking in the middle of the road with a stick. Deputy advised negative contact.

Tuesday, Apr. 16

Domestic disturbance
Camino Tolteca
Caller advised his girlfriend hit him so he hit her back in her face twice/they are separated in different rooms. Deputy advised one 21-year-old female pregnant/possibly battered with forehead lacerations/requested ambulance.

Welfare check
11072 Highway 180 – Hillside Haven
Deputy advised she is okay/she thought she saw her ex-husband.

Welfare check
Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Subject is walking on the highway screaming/caller wants him to stop. Deputy had negative contact with either subject or caller.

Game and Fish
Cottonwood Road
Dead deer in front of the house. (Redacted) was contacted/he will go pick up the deer.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 and Rio de Arenas Road
Caller advised vehicle driving over100 mph/passing on median and shoulder/lost contact. Deputy advised negative contact with vehicle.

Peterson Drive – Arenas Valley
Caller advised her mother just took $8,000 out of her bank and caller is scared/believes she is being scammed. Deputy made contact with mother and daughter.

Welfare check
Highways 15 and 35
Caller from iPhone Satellite Emergency Relay advised unknown emergency request/came in Spanish language. Deputy ATL/negative contact.

Welfare check
Spring Creek Road
Female is on the dirt road/she is crying/said she almost got hit/asked caller to call 911 for her. Deputy made contact with female/she is with (redacted)/she is okay.

Suicide threat
W. Highway 180 – Cliff
No report.

Two detainees were fighting/one wants to press charges.

Wednesday, Apr. 17

Unattended death
Butterfield Lane – White Signal
71-year-old female fell in the bathroom/she is not responsive/she is not breathing/she has been down for 3-4 hours. EMS10 standing down. Deputy advised OMI is needed.

Rosedale Road
Caller advised her boyfriend threatened to kill her if he ever caught her out with anyone else/caller wanted to report she was in an abusive relationship.

Accident with injuries
Sapillo Creek Campground
Husband wrecked on a side by side /broke his left ankle/23-year-old male/caller will have to take deputy to the scene. EMS2 – check Native availability. Deputy advised one female in unit.

Welfare check
3785 E. Highway 180
Two males in a white Chevy pickup/been parked for half an hour/they were asked if they needed help but they refused. Deputy had negative contact.

Highway 35 – Lake Roberts Store
Caller advised a named female went into a room and stole a modem/if she sees her on the property caller will shoot her. Caller is very angry and disconnected the line/tried to call back x 2 with no answer. Deputy advised enroute to that location/units clear/en route back to district.

Ft Bayard Field
Deputy was waved down by a female who advised her 17-year-old daughter called her a F***** b****/needs her ass kicked, but she did not want to go back to jail. Deputy went to the southwest field . . .

Welfare check
Thomas Lane
Caller advised his 6-year-old son was taken to the hospital today and the mother won't tell him what is wrong with the child. Deputy made contact with mother and child/child is okay.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 and Racetrack Road
White Nissan not maintaining its lane. XCPD officer advised driver is okay.

Thursday, Apr. 18

Criminal damage to property
McCauley Road – Cliff
Caller advised damage to a tractor on Bald Knoll Road. Deputy advised at location for interview with witness.

Breaking and entering
Aspen and Aurora streets – Santa Clara
Caller advised she got a call advising a subject has broken in and is stealing/they can point LE in the direction. Deputy advised everything is okay/out with caller.

Game and Fish
North Fork Walnut Creek
Caller advised three or so hunters are near their property trying to poach/they keep leaving with loads of turkeys/they are driving an older model silver-grey pickup

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