Friday, June 8

Malachite Avenue – Tyrone
Elderly female fallen in the street/possible broken hip. Tyrone VFD requested LE as a vehicle was involved.

Bill Evans
Fishing rods and tackle boxes taken this morning.

Lariat Road – Santa Clara
Neighbor harassing her after neighbor’s kids were very mean to her 6-year-old daughter. Deputy issued indefinite CTW to a named individual for a Lariat Street address.

Welfare check
Chalcocite Street – Tyrone – 8 p.m.
Caller advised another parent called to advise her son received a call from a 12-year-old female who was so scared she was shaking and couldn’t calm down. Caller advised she also said something about her brother being dead before the line was disconnected.

Saturday, June 9

Welfare check
Chalcocite Street – Tyrone – 11:30 a.m.
On male child 8-9 years old who the sister advised was dead/requesting to make sure someone has contact with the child/advised that no one has seen or heard from the child.

Missing persons
Wright Road – Upper Mimbres
Caller advised the 42-year-old daughter and 11-year-old granddaughter went to Turkey Creek on Wednesday and have not returned home.

Welfare check
Racetrack Road – Arenas Valley
Deputies advised one juvi female in unit en route to station to meet CYFD/child was turned over to CYFD.

11820 Highway 180
Caller advised that a subject stole a bottle of alcohol. Deputy advised will receive a CD to ID subject.

Suspicious vehicle
855 Silver Heights Blvd.
Deputy advised owner works at the gas station/everything is okay.

Unwanted subject
Bataan Memorial Park
Caller advised several males just arrived on scene and they are starting to cause trouble. Caller advised they were already asked to leave earlier but just came back with more subjects. Officer advised subjects did leave prior to arrival/will be standing by for a bit.

Sunday, June 10

Intoxicated persons
Highway 152 – MM 1
Caller advised they are being chased by a vehicle full of girls that are intoxicated and trying to hit them. Open line/can hear a lot of girls yelling. Caller advised a named individual just broke the window to her vehicle/female is crying/female keeps advising they are fighting. Caller keeps yelling, “Get out of my car.” Officer out with an accident at MM 1/request ambulance for 16-year-old female bleeding from her nose and leg.

Loud party
W. Hester Street
NMSP officer advised homeowner was advised to turn down the music. Deputy advised one female in custody.

Welfare check
3510 E. Highway 180
Female in the median. Deputy out with a named individual advising they’d dropped the phone out of the car/everything is okay.

Request officer
10-year-old female with hip injury that happened at dad’s . . .

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