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Bayard Police Department

Monday, Apr. 8

Shoplifting
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Two packs of Michelob Ultra, two packs of Shooters, and gum/approximately $55/have video ready.

Tuesday, Apr. 9

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
S. Yucca Street
Someone siphoned gas out of her Yukon last night.

Wednesday, Apr. 10

Larceny
Maple Street
(Redacted) stole air conditioner from his room earlier today. Caller advised her son has a history of stealing things from her home to buy drugs. Officer had contact with caller.

Fight
Cobre High School
Females had an altercation/negative on any medical assistance/subjects are separated.

Welfare check
Central Avenue
Last time caller spoke to her mentally and physically ill son was several weeks ago/he lives alone/he hasn’t been to work in six weeks. Officer advised has verbal contact with subject and waiting for him to open the door/refused any type of treatment/he is okay.

Thursday, Apr. 11

Welfare check
Bayard Elementary
Caller has a student in the office who is afraid to go home/she advised her parents are always fighting. Caller already contacted CYFD and they advised her to call for an officer.

Harassment
S. Franey Street
Caller advised a named female in her 50s is harassing her 13-year-old granddaughter.

Hurley Police Department

Tuesday, Apr. 9

Welfare check
Arizona Avenue
Caller advised Adult Protective Services did a welcheck on her yesterday/she does not have much food in the home/she is very weak and unstable and she is walking with a walker. Advised she is living in a hoarder house now. If deputy or officer sees she is not in good condition, if they could place her in protective custody and make her go in/she refused to go with EMS yesterday. (Unknown if caller is referring to herself or another female)

Thursday, Apr. 11

Domestic disturbance
Aztec Avenue
Male and female arguing in the middle of the avenue/male left on a bike/female went inside a residence. Officer out at an Aztec address/out at a Cortez Avenue address.

Santa Clara Police Department

Tuesday, Apr. 9

Welfare check
N. Bayard Street
Officer advised everything is okay.

Wednesday, Apr. 10

Unwanted subject
S. James Street
Advised sister is refusing to leave his residence.

Thursday, Apr. 11

Criminal damage to property
S. Bayard Street
Caller advised that it looks like someone backed into her fence/it is damaged and there is brake light debris on the ground. Officer advised he is going to assist another officer before taking the call. Caller called back advising she was going to call NMSP.

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