Friday, Feb. 8

Suspicious vehicle
Arenas Valley – Busy Street
Deputy advised to send tow truck for this vehicle

Aggravated battery
Mesa Road – Cliff
Caller advised that the neighbor’s boyfriend came over and cut caller’s 11-year-old grandson with a knife/cut his wrist, jacket, boots and pants/he took off running in the field. Caller refused medical for his grandson/advised he threw the knife on the property; caller will leave it where it is. Deputy advised on scene.

Domestic disturbance
Bandoni Drive
Subject, via email, advised (redacted) was at the residence and needed someone to respond ASAP. Deputy had contact advising a 35-year-old female had her head hit and needs to be checked out.

Criminal damage to property
Tabor Avenue
Caller stated a drainage pipe was damaged at his address. Deputy set up frequent patrol for the next month.

Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Caller stated someone broke into the residence/unknown if anything was taken.

Suspicious vehicle
Gomez Peak
Deputy had contact advising clear/occupants looking at the stars/leaving the area.

Saturday, Feb. 9

Weapons fired
North Hurley Road
Deputies, assisted by Hurley PD, responded/had negative contact/bullet casings . . .

Caller advised she hit a deer and is off the roadway/vehicle won’t move/white Ford SUV/water leaking from vehicle/airbag deployment/61-year-old female/tow truck en route.

Welfare check
Yucca Stalk Lane – Arenas Valley
New boyfriend last had contact with 53-year-old female at 3 a.m. this date at which time (redacted) and (redacted) were arguing. Deputy was advised they had a verbal dispute and she left saying she was going back home.

Criminal damage to property
Cattleman’s Trail – White Signal
Caller is in California and his realtor notified him of a bullet hole in the barn window. Deputy spoke to caller and is en route to address.

Highway 15 – Pinos Altos
Neighbor is there, harassing her and her son. Deputy had negative contact by phone/had contact with district attorney.

3796 Highway 15 – Cliff Dwellings
Caller stated a male was threatened by another subject at the top of Coppers Vista.

Racetrack Road – Arenas Valley
Deputies advised a named individual was issued an indefinite CTW for 33 Racetrack Road and another named individual was issued an indefinite CTW for 28 Racetrack Road Space 15.

Intoxicated persons
34 Main Street – Pinos Altos
Two subjects in the Buckhorn that are intoxicated and causing problems. Caller advised there were several subjects but some of them have left already. Caller advised she believes they did just walk out/they just needed them to leave/advised subjects actually just returned to the . . .

Rosedale Road
Caller advised they are in the trailer park and there is a male who keeps spotlighting her house.

Unwanted subject
Bornite Court – Tyrone
Caller advised a named male is at her residence and she does not want him there/he was staying with her, but not for long/if she goes home he will beat her up.

DV order violation
Fairway Drive
Caller advising she has a protection order against a named male and he is texting her.

Sunday, Feb. 10

Welfare check
Arenas Valley Road
Family is not able to reach a female who was released yesterday after a procedure. Caller called back advising they made contact and are clearing . . .

Delk Drive – Sunrise Estates
Someone went through her mailbox last night/neighbor found her mail and brought it to her.

Domestic disturbance
Chukar Drive
Caller is arguing with a named male/he is intoxicated and refusing to leave/he is still yelling and cursing/caller is going in a separate room.

Suspicious vehicle
Highway 180 – MM 118 (Uncle Woody’s Flea Market)
Deputy advised everything is okay/she pulled over (blacked out) to take a long distance call.

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