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Friday, Apr. 12

Suspicious vehicle
E. Pine Street and Pinos Altos Road
Officer had contact advising the subjects’ vehicle broke down/they are going home now.

Game and Fish
Ridge Road and Pheasant Drive
Officer advised deer is dead/left message for dead deer guy.

Welfare check
N. Gold and E. 10th streets
Male running in and out of traffic, yelling, and throwing his hands up in the air. Deputy out with
a male on Bennett/6th.

Domestic disturbance
Bluejay Lane
Her in-laws were harassing her at the Gospel Mission/needs to speak with a Spanish-speaking officer.

Welfare check
N. Gold Street
Advised a co-worker just left work and her boyfriend was throwing rocks at her in the parking lot. Officer had contact with caller/she is okay.

Domestic disturbance
Kiva Place
Caller’s husband and his new girlfriend got into a physical domestic on Thursday with caller’s daughter present/daughter also suffered injuries. Officer advised went to voicemail/unable to leave a message.

Reckless driver
E. 6th and N. Bullard streets
Officer out with the vehicle at Cooper/the library. Had contact with driver/clear.

Fraud/embezzlement
2850 E. Highway 180
Theft from a female employee.

Accident-property damage
PA Road @ Fidencio’s
Silver Toyota RAV4 and red Ford Focus/no injuries.

Unwanted subject
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller stated manager wants guests who are in the front lobby removed and issued CTWs. Officer had contact with everyone and everything is okay/both were issued CTWs and subjects left upon request.

Disturbance
Leslie Road
Caller stated that a named female and other subjects are causing problems.

Disturbance
110 S. Bullard Street
Two juvie males arguing outside the restaurant/one male caulked gun inside the restaurant. Red Scion and another vehicle left the area. Officer had contact with red Scion and several subjects. Another officer ATL toward Little Walnut.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Male took some items a couple of hours ago.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
1775 E. Pine Street
Caller advised the back window to his vehicle was broken/unknown who did it.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised a female patient has been discharged but is refusing to leave the room/she is not combative at this time. Officer advised with one female en route to KISS building.

Saturday, Apr. 13

Criminal trespass warning
710 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised he needs to issue a CTW to a named male who is always wandering the property after midnight and ringing the doorbell. Officer out with male/show male issued an indefinite CTW for the Copper Manor.

Disturbance
Leslie Road
Caller advised she can hear a lot of fighting outside. Officer had negative contact.

Unwanted subject
Yucca Street
Caller advised her daughter is in her house and has locked herself in the bathroom. Officer advised one female in unit en route to SCPD/clear/female was released on a CTA.

Domestic disturbance
Cactus Street
Second caller/male hit female/they are in the street/female ran inside.

Unwanted subject
Cactus Street
Daughter-in-law trying to get into her home/a named male broke the window/bleeding from her left hand.

Welfare check
E. 8th Street
Caller stated a 91-year-old female hasn’t answered the telephone since yesterday. Officer had negative contact with female.

Disturbance
Leslie Road
Second caller advised her son is not letting anyone in the residence. Officer advised out with a named male and a named female/clear.

Domestic disturbance
Valley Vista
Caller stated her sister is fighting with boyfriend outside.

Domestic disturbance
24th Street
Grandson is cursing at her and she wants him to stop. Officer advised verbal domestic.

Welfare check
W. Victoria Street
Caller advised that the female who owns the property and a man who lives there are outside. Officer had contact advising they were talking.

Unwanted subject
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised that her boyfriend is there and she does not want him there/he got in through the kitchen window.

Sunday, Apr. 14

Disturbance
N. Corbin Street
Caller advising she can hear a lot of yelling and arguing. Officers had contact advising one in investigative detention/transporting arrested subject to GRMC.

Game and Fish
1 Ridge Road and S. Highway 90
Dead deer on west side of highway.

Burglary
W. 11th Street
Caller advised he just got home and his front door was wide open/he has not gone inside. Officer advised to resume normal traffic.

Welfare check
1201 Pope Street
Caller advised a male is holding on to a pole and yelling. Second caller advised a male is lying in the middle of the road. Officer had contact with male who stated he was crying because a girl stopped talking to him/one male in unit en route to Alabama Street.

Unwanted subject
2260 E. Highway 180
Female in the drive-thru is refusing to move/she ordered food and is arguing with the manager/he wants the female issued a CTW.

Harassment
N. Arizona and W. Spring streets
Caller stated he is being harassed by his ex-partner’s father. Officer had negative contact with caller/clear.

Suspicious vehicle
N. Gold Street
Officers have contact with a male.

Welfare check
Swan Street @ PNM
Male on Swan Street carrying bags and a roll/and foil in his right hand that looks like a knife. It is not a knife/he is okay.

Disturbance
S. Corbin Street
Caller advised she wants to leave the house/advised her 15-year-old son was hitting her 13-year-old daughter and her parents are causing problems as well. Caller advised her father was drinking earlier. Officer had contact advising negative on a domestic/a named female will be able to stay here tonight.

Accident-injuries
Little Walnut Road and Ursa Minor.
Caller stated that the vehicle rolled down the embankment. 17-year-old male advised has a head injury/alert/conscious/breathing. EMS1 requests Native Air 30 out of Deming as Native Air 32 is en route to Bill Evans. Native Air 30 did accept the flight, will be en route to Whiskey Creek Airport/ETA 35 minutes. Per EMS1 go ahead and stand down Native . . .

Suspicious vehicle
2140 E. Highway 180
Officer had contact.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller requests welcheck on her two grandsons, 2-months-old and 1-year-old, and daughter-in-law in reference to the downstairs neighbors being druggies and they were trying to kick the door down yesterday. Caller has not had contact with her all day.

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