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Bayard Police Department
Monday, June 1
N. Yucca Street
Garage was broken into, no weapons taken.
Monday, June 1
Round Mountain Road
Caller advised that her neighbor wrecked into her fence and has yet to fix it. Deputies made contact with owner of vehicle/negative contact/happened four months ago.
Caller stated Santa Clara Police Department handled the call.
Monday, June 1, 2020
1810 N. Swan Street
Male passenger is refusing to get out of the car/female asking him to get out and he isn’t getting out. Caller advised female driver was hitting the male and at one time caller saw her with a knife. Caller believes female threw the knife before she walked into the store and believes she picked the knife back up/they are both still in the store.
Museum Hosts Storytime with Artist-in-Residence
On June 14 at 7pm, Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82520354335 (Meeting ID: 825 2035 4335), WNMU artist-in-residence João Galera and Luis Felipe Feltrin from Brazil will read When Clay Sings by Byrd Baylor.
A prose-poem, this book imagines the lives of the people who once owned the pottery that now is scattered over the hillsides in the Southwestern deserts of North America.
Silver City, NM, June 2, 2020 -For Immediate Release. The Gila National Forest received a report of a bear encounter in a dispersed camping area near the CDT trail off Forest Road 150. Wherever you are on the forest, you are sharing space with a variety of wildlife; including bears, mountain lions, deer, elk and many other species.
As grasses and water sources dry out, prey animals, such as deer and elk, move from the higher elevations to lower levels searching for forage and water, and this brings large predators looking for food and water as well. Your safety, and the welfare of the wildlife population, are important to the Gila National Forest and to the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF).
The Mimbres Culture Heritage Site had planned to open this weekend, but due to the Governor’s message last week, museums are to remain closed. As businesses and other public places are slowly opening with restrictions each week, we suggest you phone ahead to make sure the museum is open and that there is a tour the first and third Saturdays of the month.
Call 575.536.3092 or 307.640.3012 to confirm tours and museum access. Also you may check our Facebook page or website www.mimbrescultureheritagesite.org for updated information.
Friday, May 29, 2020
1600 16th Street
Was in an altercation with a named male who advised there was blood on the other male and caller is concerned he may have injured the male. Officer made contact with caller who stated they are both intoxicated and there was an altercation.
206 N. Hudson Street
Advised a bald man is stealing stuff off the pumps/he is now crossing Hudson toward downtown.
Bill Adams, son of Floyde Adams, wanted for people to know about the upcoming silent auction on his dad's cool stuff.
Below is the link to the auction website. It will show you a lot of the things that will be going up for auction. This will change as the date gets closer and they add stuff and take better pictures, so check back anytime. There is also a registration form on the website so you can pre-register before you come for your convenience.
Check out Pets to Adopt. The High Desert Humane Society has some new cats and dogs up for adoption.
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