Bayard Police Department

Friday, May 10

Suspicious vehicle
Bayard Cemetery
Officer advised everything is okay/waiting for wrecker/unit clear.

Maple Street
A named male is causing problems/yelling at everyone. Caller requested no one be sent/he was told they will still be responding to make sure everyone is okay.

Domestic disturbance
N. Railroad Street
Caller advised she is holding her grandson and her daughter is trying to grab him out of her hands. Line is open/they are yelling at each other/line was disconnected. Officer advised give to county or NMSP.

Domestic disturbance
Maple Street
Caller advised he just kicked his grandpa to the ground/there is a large fight/grandson is trying to stop someone from fighting with the grandparents. He hit his grandma in the face with the fire extinguisher.

Unwanted subject
N. Canyon Street
People are in the shed next to caller's property. NMSP officer took the call.

Saturday, May 11

Mental health complaint
Watson Street
Caller advised a named male wants LE to pick him up and take him to the mental ward/caller thinks he is getting to the point to hurt someone or himself. Officer requesting ambulance to transport male.

Stolen motor vehicle
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller needs LE to location reference someone has his vehicle and trailer in the parking lot.

N. Franey Street
Caller advised brother is intoxicated, causing issues, and has their 15-month-old baby girl and is locked in a room with her. Officer had contact with (redacted)/will be staying for a bit.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, May 10

Arizona Avenue
Caller advised a male stole tires from him and is refusing to give them back.

Reckless driver
Main Street
Female in a white Crown Vic driving erratically/caller is concerned as several children are playing outside. Deputies advised female parked the car/everything is okay.

Saturday, May 11

Welfare check
Hurley car wash
Caller advised a female is passed out in a white Chevy Malibu/a drunk male is also at the location. Officer ran one driver's license.

Sunday, May 12

Welfare check
B Street
Stated father showed up to grandma's house intoxicated.

Domestic disturbance
Aztec Avenue
A named male started swinging at caller and then caller's husband/they are separated and locked in caller's room. Deputy advised one party signed waiver of prosecution/units clear.

Arizona Avenue
Stated a male is stealing the tires off her vehicle/male is no longer on scene/they know who it is. LE advised spoke to caller.

Santa Clara Police Department

Saturday, May 11

Welfare check
Highway 180 and Manhattan Park Drive – 3:47 p.m.
Four kids on side of road/one is on the ground/they are dragging one of the boys. Officer requested to send county to assist. Deputy advised all deputies are busy. Officer requested ambulance for a 14-year-old male weak and pale.

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