Monday, July 10

Suspicious vehicle
Highway 180 @ gun range
Nobody around/vehicle has a flat.

Domestic disturbance
Mountain View Drive
Deputies made contact with both parties and both stated it was a verbal argument.

Cottage San Road – 1:15 p.m.
Walk-in advised that they allowed a male to stay at the residence for four nights before deciding to kick the male out. Since then at night they have heard a car ride along the trailer park.

Cottage San Road –2:15 p.m. The girlfriend of a named male is causing problems.

Welfare check
Pheasant Drive
Caller, who is a supervisor at GRMC really needs to speak to next of kin. Deputy made contact and a named male will go to the hospital.

11820 Highway 180
First time shoplifting/video is ready.

Tuesday, July 11

Criminal damage to property
Scott Park
No report.

Welfare check
Bear Mountain Cave
People inside the cave are yelling for help. Caller is calling from Silver City/didn’t have a phone when at the cave. Deputy advised picking up caller so she could show where the cave is/it is past LS Mesa. Deputy out at LS Mesa. Deputy spoke to caller’s mother who advised she is off her medication and hallucinates/negative on anyone needing help.

Peeler Street – Arenas Valley
Caller advised subjects are following her godson in a maroon GMC pickup.

Wednesday, July 12

Welfare check
Mountain View Drive
Caller advised that his partner stated to him that she might be pregnant and she is drinking. Caller advised he called CYFD and they cannot do anything until the baby is born to test for drugs or alcohol and to see if it is his. Deputy advised units clear/negative contact with female.

Suspicious vehicle
Vehicle with loud music and looking in vehicles around the neighborhood. Deputy out with vehicle.

Domestic disturbance
Grand Mesa
Caller advised she got into a fight with her boyfriend/he will not get off her car/he is threatening to kill himself/he has no weapons.

Suspicious vehicle
Antelope Run
Vehicle left upon arrival/clear.

Domestic disturbance
Rio de Arenas Road
Physical between two females and one has her shirt completely off. One female is walking away and the other is crying on the side of the road.

Unwanted subject
Butterfield Lane – White Signal
Caller advised there is an ongoing issue over property with his step-brother. Advised the property is in probate and caller has been living there since October. Stepbrother just came in from California.

Suspicious vehicle
Morales Road – Arenas Valley
Older model Grand Am. A named male is driving, possibly picking up a named male who has a warrant for trafficking controlled substance.

Welfare check
Pinon Street – Sunrise Estates
Caller concerned for the welfare of a 1-year-old child. Deputy had contact and the child was with her father and was okay watching TV.

Thursday, July 13

Ute Drive – Mangas Valley
Circular saw and drill were taken.

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