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Friday, Nov. 29
Officer had contact advising subjects were camping and were advised to move along.
Caller advised his neighbor has been playing loud music for the . . . Advised the neighbor has been harassing him with his stereo and giving him migraines and he is probably just going to have to sue him. Caller said he doesn’t even hear music, just booms. Officer has contact with a named female who said they would keep it down/negative contact with caller/left voicemail.
Monday, Nov. 25
Pinos Altos Road and Kimberly Drive
Caller has a young boy walking home past her business headed toward McDonald’s. Officer has contact on Newsham/has the juvi/en route to his residence.
Driving while intoxicated
USA Gas Station
Caller advised a lady in a teal convertible cannot speak or walk straight. Officers have contact with the named female/she is in custody/advised they need EMS to the residence for the female.
The Republican Party of Grant County will meet Tuesday December 3, 2019 at the Headquarters, 3 Rio De Arenas, Arenas Valley (next to Snappy Mart/Chevron. At 6:00 pm there is a potluck followed at 6:30 pm by the General Membership meeting. The Guest Speaker is Dr. Gavin Clarkson, Candidate for US Senate.
Monday, Nov. 25
70 Truck Bypass
A named male is there and she doesn’t want him there anymore/he just walked out the door.
Highway 15 and Wide Canyon
Red SUV off the side of the road/looked like a tire had come off or popped. Second caller advised female in a red vehicle off road in the ditch. Both drivers passing by.
Bayard Police Department
Monday, Nov. 25
1401 Tom Foy Blvd.
Male wearing a black hoodie is outside the bank and they want him removed from the grounds. Deputy had negative contact.
Due to a 90% chance of rain on Friday, the horse wagon for downtown Silver City is cancelled. He will be here on Saturday unless there is a dramatic change in weather.
Right now, Saturday is forecast to be partly sunny with no precipitation.
With an estimated 1,935 species of birds, Colombia boasts the world’s richest avifauna. Nearly 20 percent of the world’s bird species occur there, many of which are unique to that country. Join us for a program by Lynn Haugen and Julian Lee titled “From the Guajira Península to Otún Quimbaya: Birding the Colombian Andes” on December 6 at 7 PM in Harlan Hall, room 219, on the WNMU campus at 12th and Alabama Street.
Their search for birds took them to the rain forests and cloud forests of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, an isolated mountain range in the north of the country. It includes the two highest mountains in Colombia: Pico Cristóbal Colón, 18,950 ft., and Pico Simón Bolívar, 18,497 ft., and is home to numerous endemic birds. In contrast to the wet slopes of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the nearby Guajira Península is a harsh desert land of extreme aridity. Yet it, too, supports many endemic and near-endemic birds. It is also home to some 140,000 Wayuu, an indigenous people whom the Spanish were never able to subjugate.
Check out Pets to Adopt. The High Desert Humane Society has some new cats and dogs up for adoption.
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