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Friday, Apr. 12

Unwanted subject
Rosedale Road
Caller advised a female who was staying with caller started causing problems. Caller advised the female came at her so she tazed her/not sure where she is at this time. Deputies had contact with female in middle of Rosedale Road just before Burke Loop/out at (redacted).

Welfare check
I-10 – MM 47
Pedestrian walking on south side of interstate with no jacket/this is the third day in a row. Deputy had contact/will be given a ride to Subway/had a verbal with his partner/was walking from Duncan/dropped off at Savoy.

Larceny
Lori Place
Stolen gun.

Suicide threat
Rosedale Road
No report.

Accident-property damage
Highway 152 and Hanover Cemetery Road
Silver sports car hit a tree/two males walking around.

Unwanted subject
Arenas Valley Road
Caller stated a named female is inside the residence and refusing to leave. Deputy advised female agreed to leave while her brother is there.

Welfare check
Highway 61 – Upper Mimbres
Family called and stated that he was on narcotics and he had a weapon. Called APO and told them to call LE. Deputy advised will be en route and see if NMSP can also be en route. Deputy advised on scene Highway 61.

Welfare check
Hurley Carwash
Caller advised that a female is throwing rocks at people and yelling and screaming and throwing herself on the ground. Deputies had contact advising will be transporting female from Hurley Elementary to a B Street address.

Saturday, Apr. 13

Loud music
Pioneer Road
Caller advised her neighbors are having a party and there is underage drinking going on. Deputy had contact advising the party was cleared out/units will be clear.

Weapons fired
Arenas Valley Road
Caller advised he just heard about four shots. Deputy advised out at the Dragonfly Trailhead with black sedan.

Domestic disturbance
Chukar Drive
Caller advised her and her boyfriend were in a domestic and he pushed her outside and locked her out. Caller advised he was saying he was going to hurt himself. Deputy had contact advising units clear/everything is okay/all verbal.

Accident-injuries
Highway 180 – MM 109 (1 mile west of Truck Bypass junction)
Two subjects were out of vehicle/female is bleeding from her leg/there is debris all over the roadway/vehicle rolled a couple of times. Deputy advised the westbound lane is shut down.

Domestic disturbance
Highway 15 – Los Pinos
Caller advised her husband hit her and held her on the ground/caller is sitting inside her vehicle and her husband is outside the vehicle/he is not violent at this time.

Disturbance
Truck Bypass
Caller advised that a named male took her keys and is holding her hostage. Caller advised that the male is leaving in a silver Jeep toward Highway 90. Deputy had negative contact with that Jeep.

Welfare check
Highway 180 – MM 72-73 (3-4 miles west of Buckhorn)
Caller advised a male is walking west on the side of the highway/he looked intoxicated and was stumbling onto the road. Deputy advised ATL to MM 67 with negative contact.

Sunday, Apr. 14

Loud party
Pioneer Road
Deputy advised cleared all the vehicles out/party is shut down for the night.

Weapons fired
Bear Dam Lake
Maroon Dodge with horse trailer shooting/caller advised vehicle is parked on the side of the road and the male is standing on the road by the spillway shooting the gun. Caller called back advising ‘they’ are shooting at each other. Advised that some subjects are now shooting back at the pickup. Advised caller is the neighbor.

Welfare check
Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Deputy advised received a call from a named male advising he has suicidal ideations and has been drinking. Ex-partner told deputy he is doing narcotics and if NMSP shows up he is going to shoot them. Deputy spoke with male on the phone/male requested deputy to feed his steer and horses but would not meet with units. Deputy advised food has been given to the animals/units clear/everything is okay.

Loud music
Pheasant Drive
Deputy spoke to subject and they will lower the music.

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