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Bayard Police Department

Monday, Apr. 9

Harassment
Rosemary Street
Caller needs to file restraining order on soon-to-be ex-wife.

Harassment
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Male in a black dually following him around.

Tuesday, Apr. 10

Stolen motor vehicle
Runnels Drive
Caller advised she fell asleep and “he” took her 2011 Dodge Durango.

Suspicious vehicle
Bayard Cemetery
Officer had contact advising they are looking for a named female.

Wednesday, Apr. 11

Burglary
Cobre Car Wash – 803 Central Avenue
Caller advised that someone broke into the equipment room this morning and then again between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Thursday, Apr. 12

Welfare check
Fahey Street
86-year-old father with dementia left walking to post office. Officer advised he hasn’t picked up his mail at the post office yet/out at residence/front door open/ will try to make contact with someone.

Hurley Police Department

Monday, Apr. 9

Welfare check
Mont Vista Street
Caller advised her mother called stating she hasn’t slept and then her brother started yelling on the phone. Officer made contact advising got male to calm down and go to bed/parties are separated.

Tuesday, Apr. 10

Welfare check
Hurley Elementary School
Caller advised a child who goes to Cliff school is not in school and possibly has moved to Hurley Elementary. Advised his mother is living with a male who has a Santa Rita Avenue address in Hurley. Officer advised the child is registered in Hurley school has possibly been out of school for two months prior.

Welfare check
Santa Rita Avenue
Caller advised a 5-year-old has not been in school for two days/caller called the grandma and she refused to tell caller where he was or if he was there to talk to caller. Officer had negative contact with anyone.

Welfare check
Carasco Avenue
Caller advised that a named male was in the middle of the street yelling, screaming, and throwing rocks. Officer advised out with one subject on Pattie/First – clear from here.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, Apr. 9

Domestic disturbance
N. Mineral Street
Caller advised that her mother-in-law is drunk and swung at her son/they are both highly intoxicated. Deputy and officer advised parties are separating for the night.

Welfare check
11988 Highway 180
Older female right by the road. Officer had contact advising she refused a ride/her sister is picking her up to take her to Walmart.

Harassment
S. Prescott Street
Caller advised her daughter is being harassed by an unknown female who claims the daughter owes her $40. Officer advised CTWs were issued.

Tuesday, Apr. 10

Criminal damage to property
N. Bard Street
Damage to front door. Officer will be clear.

Domestic disturbance
W. Cactus Street
Caller advised she was just in a domestic with her boyfriend/he was trying to break her car window/line was disconnected. Officer had contact with caller.

Stolen motor vehicle
N. Cleveland Street
Caller advised that a male she just met today stole her 2005 gray Honda Accord/advised he had been drinking/advised he took the keys, backed into a tree and left.

Welfare check
Racetrack Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a bald male with tattoos is lying on the side of the road near the big curve. Second caller advised a male is lying on the side of the road. Officers made contact advising to show one male in investigative detention.

Wednesday, Apr. 11

Criminal damage to property
N. East Street
Caller advised it appears that kids have broken out a window of a house that is being worked on. Second caller advised subjects left on bikes and are now on Church Street. Officer made contact advising negative on any criminal damage/they just opened the window/the door was secured/clear.

Domestic disturbance
W. Lincoln Street
Female on 911 arguing with unknown subject. Female advised “If you don’t go I’m going to tell them.”/subject in background advised “I’m going to break”/line was disconnected. Officer had contact advising it was all verbal/will ATL subject who left prior to arrival.

Domestic disturbance
N. Mineral Street
Caller advised her mom got into a fight with her boyfriend. Officer had contact advising it was verbal only/female is going to wait for her son/clear.

Unwanted subject
N. Bayard Street
Officer advised to issue indefinite CTW.

Thursday, Apr. 12

Domestic disturbance
S. Prescott Street
Warrant for subject out of Dona Ana County/for failure to appear/$200 bond.

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