Silver City Police Department blotter June 30 through July 2, 2017

Friday, June 30

Domestic disturbance
25th and Cactus streets
Verbal domestic at this time.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Female screaming at someone saying why are you in my house.

Criminal damage to property
1308 N. Hudson Street
Someone tried to break into the business/there is damage/no one got in.

Domestic disturbance
Leslie Road
Caller advised that her boyfriend just got out of jail and broke into their car and took off/he doesn't have a license. Officer advised just passed the vehicle/will ATL. Out with vehicle at Silver Heights/14th. Officer en route to speak with caller.

Missing persons
Grant and W. 13th streets
Possible missing person. Officer out with a named male who said that a male is missing. Officer advised they got into an argument over doing chores. Officers out on N. Gold Street.

2315 Ranch Club Road
About a week ago an elderly male around 70-years-old followed her 10-year-old granddaughter around the store and offered to buy her a candy. Caller has now found that man and wants an officer. Officer advised negative on the elderly male being a sex offender.

Welfare check
Visitor Center
Male passed out on sidewalk at the north bridge.

2501 E. Highway 180
Female walked out with baby items. Officer en route to jail/out at GCDC.

Game and Fish
Los Pinos Circle
Caller advised a dead doe is in front of this address. NMSP was advised.

Welfare check
Bennett and Corbin streets
Male on a bike carrying a spear/possibly intoxicated. Officer made contact.

Valley Vista
Neighbor kids are throwing stuff at caller's property.

Domestic disturbance
2501 E. Highway 180
Male and female in the parking lot possibly arguing/male is punching the car.

Welfare check
N. Bennett Street
A named male was carrying a spear earlier. Caller is in fear for 51-year-old daughter's life Officer advised to cancel the call.

Welfare check
Stout Elementary School
A female has a broken leg on the Silver Street side. Officer requested ambulance for a 29-year-old female with a broken leg across from NMSP.

Saturday, July 1

Domestic disturbance
Fraser Drive
Caller advised that her boyfriend and a named female are fighting and the male has been drinking/he just left running/negative medical needed. Three females will go to different place for the night/will call tomorrow for a civstand.

Domestic disturbance
Hudson Street
Male and female physically fighting/female just broke away and is running toward the Chevron/male is following/he keeps telling her to get in the car and she is refusing. Female just got in the car/she is yelling/they left toward Food Basket.

Criminal trespass warning
1814 N. Swan Street
A named male is in the store and he has a CTW/he just left. Officer had negative contact.

Intoxicated persons
Big Ditch
Officer advised male is leaving now.

Domestic disturbance
S. Arizona Street
Caller is at her parent's house and her brother is threatening them/he just left walking.

Reckless driver
E. Highway 180 @ Walmart
Officer made contact with driver of red Subaru at a W. Hester Street address.

Welfare check
Ridge Road and Fairway Drive
Young female walking with a newborn baby and it is hot out. Silver City FD officer advised he stopped and offered the female a ride but she refused. Officers had negative contact.

Criminal trespass
1506 N. Silver Heights Blvd.
A named female is inside and has a CTW for all Family Dollar stores. Officer had negative contact.

2501 E. Highway 180
Male left running toward Ace. Caller recovered merchandise. Officer out with one male in investigative detention.

1956 E. Highway 180
Three females at north end of parking lot in a gray Titan pickup and a white Ford Fusion.

Unwanted subject
3050 Cougar Way
Male in the parking lot is unruly and caller has the building on lockdown. Advised that the male has the driveway blocked with a silver Dodge and is not letting anyone in or out/male is trying get into the building. Officer advised clear, NMSP took over the call.

Accident-property damage
N. Bullard Street
Caller advised that a vehicle backed into his black Ford Mustang.

2501 E. Highway 180
Male stole a basket full of stuff/they did get the merchandise back/male is now in the fireworks stand with a female/he is now west bound on foot.

Criminal trespass
Visitor Center
A named male was just at the VC and he has a CTW. He is now sitting on Broadway and Bullard. Caller would like the CTW re-issued. Officer had negative contact.

Game and Fish
3755 N. Swan Street
Dead fawn by the baseball field. Male will get it this morning.

Royall Drive
Caller advised male and female are arguing on Mann Drive. Officer advised negative on anyone fighting in the area.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
A named female called yelling. Officer made contact and advised she is okay.

Little Walnut Road
A named female is texting caller and she is not supposed to. Caller cancelled LE.
Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle

E. 23rd Street
Caller advised that the male driver of a black Jeep Wrangler threw a beer bottle at her pickup then headed east on 23rd toward Juniper.

Sunday, July 2

Suspicious vehicle
2750 E. Highway 180
Advised she is using the WiFi.

Loud party
Virginia and Hill streets
Officers made contact and everyone left.

Suspicious vehicle
310 E. 12th Street
Officer saw a named male jump the fence to Habitat for Humanity to get fruit from the trees.

Welfare check
206 N. Hudson Street
Caller said she is afraid of her boyfriend/she just gave him a dollar to go to the laundrymat/she stated it was physical at one point. Officers responded.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Female was yelling then hung up. Female called again and is very upset. Officer made contact with female who advised she is okay and doesn't want to talk to anyone/clear.

Welfare check
Pope Street Park
Female asked caller to get help for her, she stated she wants to kill and wants to go to jail for safe keeping. Officer requested ambulance for a 21-year-old female who is saying she is pregnant and complaining of abdominal pain/she will be transported.

1506 N. Silver Heights Blvd.
A named female is calling the store and harassing him.

Domestic disturbance
N. Swan Street
Caller advised that a named male and a named female are fighting over their child/both ore juveniles. Officer advised all units clear/parties were advised to leave each other alone.

Langstroth Drive
Caller said someone tried to break into his fifth wheel and stole two spares. Someone also went into the house and damaged some things.

123 W. 12th Street
Male stole an 18-pack of beer/he told caller he just got out of jail/he has a Mohawk and shaved down sides/he ran toward the bank. Officers had negative contact.

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