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Monday, Apr. 9

Accident-property damage
Silver Heights and Hudson
Two vehicles in roadway/negative on any injuries.

Search and Rescue
Dragonfly Trailhead
Caller advised he is lost but by a shop/mapped out at Elias and Arenas Valley Road/his wife is still lost. Deputy walking with caller to a shade tree to find his wife/have contact/have both hikers/en route to Dragonfly Trailhead.

Fraud/embezzlement
Cleveland Mine Road
Caller advised she got a call from Publishing Clearing House on Friday advising they would be at her house this week. Advised she believes it to be a scam and wanted GCSD to be aware of it.

Welfare check
Lobo Drive – Cliff
A named female advised she moved to Silver City with the male child. Deputy had negative contact.

Welfare check
Rocking Spear Ranch Road – Upper Mimbres
Per male of school/named individual home/across the river.

Welfare check
Truck Bypass
Caller advised she received a call from her sister and heard yelling and background noises/upon callback she advised she could hear her nephew yelling. Deputies made contact advising everything is okay/parties are separated.

Tuesday, Apr. 10

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Bobwhite Drive
Caller advised she can see two subjects that were keying a car/she could hear them scratching it/they took off running. Deputy had contact advising negative contact with any damage to two vehicles outside the residence.

Reckless driver
Highways 35 and 152
Deputy went traffic with described vehicle.

Welfare check
Rocking Spear Ranch Road
Deputy advised a teacher is requesting a welcheck/made contact/everything is okay.

Unattended death
Comanche Street – Silver Acres
75-year-old male hospice patient is not breathing and possibly has passed away. Caller was asked if she wanted to start CPR and she advised he is on hospice.

Domestic disturbance
Fairway Drive
Caller advised that a named male just punched her in the face and left on a red bike/caller refused medical. Male has an indefinite CTW for the address issued on Feb. 20, 2018. Deputies had contact with caller advising clear/female is leaving with her mother for the night.

Suicide threat
Bobwhite Drive
No report.

Welfare check
Rio de Arenas Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a 15-year-old female called stating she took a lot of pills. Second caller advised the female took Prozac/unknown how many pills/she is trying to throw them up at this time/she is conscious and alert.

Hot pursuit
Cortez and Highway 180
Deputy advised possible contact with vehicle stolen out of Santa Clara/vehicle was headed toward Highway 180 at a high rate of speed.

Welfare check
Airport Road – Hurley
Caller advised that a male pushed button stating he needs assistance/there are people around his vehicle and he is afraid/he doesn’t know what they are doing out there. Deputy had contact.

Harassment
Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised she has received some threatening calls.

Welfare check
Bobwhite Drive
A named male is on the line saying he wants to kill himself/LifeLine requesting a welcheck/male has been drinking/not willing to be taken to GRMC. Deputies had contact/en route with one male to GRMC.

Wednesday, Apr. 11

Accident-property damage
N. Swan Street and Rocky Creek Road
Silver Toyota Tacoma hit a tree/no injuries/send next wrecker on rotation.

Criminal trespass warning
Highway 61 – MM 11
Caller stated that his neighbor’s cattle are on his property. Deputy had contact advising six cows that belong to a named male were on another named male’s property/CTW issued to first male.

Accident-injuries
Highway 180 – MM 67 (between Glenwood and Buckhorn)
Just before Mule Creek turnoff – one vehicle. Deputy advised a 76-year-old male is lying on the ground.

Unattended death
Butterfield Lane – White Signal
Caller advised her 80-year-old father just passed at her residence. Deputy requested OMI/OMI en route.

Harassment
Bornite Street – Tyrone
Deputy advised “on April 11, 2018, at approximately 6:05 p.m. I was driving east on Copper Street in Tyrone when I saw a named male going up Malachite toward Bornite. I know that was him because . . .”

Welfare check
Burro Springs Road – Tyrone
Caller advised that a named male who was described as very reliable did not show up for work today. Deputy out with a group of camp trailers/they are not familiar with the subject/will continue to ATL.

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 – MM 108 (2 miles north of Truck Bypass junction)
Caller stated he hit a deer.

Thursday, Apr. 12

Request officer
Highway 211 – MM 5
Across from the school/damage to a piece of equipment.

Welfare check
Mimbres Yucca Drive – Upper Mimbres
Deputy advised will be doing welcheck on a named female requested by caller from San Lorenzo School. Deputy had contact with mother who advised the girls have been sick and they are en route to the doctor’s office.

Larceny
Yucca Stalk Lane
Caller stated she had some mail forwarded to her from Florida and she never received it. But someone used the ID that was in the package to cash a $1,000 check/unknown where the check was cashed.

Welfare check
Highway 61 – 8:05 p.m.
11-year-old caller advised she has been home alone since she got out of school and there is no power or running water in the home/she has a sister in the dorms at WNMU.

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