Monday, May 6

Welfare check
E. 8th Street
Last time the elderly female was seen was Friday/she has a lot of medical conditions/her health was deteriorating/no one is answering the door. Officer advised got in residence/she was asleep/forgot hearing aids.

Injuring tampering with motor vehicle
Stout Elementary School
Caller advised the hood to her car was keyed and she knows a named female did it while she was in the office.

Welfare check
E. Broadway
A 14-year-old female is absent from school today and is home texting friends that she is going to kill herself. Officer had contact with mother who is with her daughter at their apartment.

Domestic disturbance
Alabama Street
Dispatch could hear subjects yelling, and a female gave the address and hung up.

Welfare check
35th Street
Caller advised her son and a named female are having a domestic. Officer had contact advising everything is okay/going to stand by while the son gets his belongings/he is going to a friend’s house.

Welfare check
N. Swan and E. 12th streets
NMSP advised a named male hasn’t been heard from in three days/there is blood on the sidewalk in front of the address. Officers advised not locating blood/attempt to call caller/negative contact/units clear.

Cactus Street
Caller can hear a lot of commotion at this address/a lot of banging on the house and windows and someone is yelling for the cops to be called. Officer on scene.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
A named female called twice advising someone was “touching my private parts” and hung up. Officer advised clearing scene/subject not answering door or yelling. Officer ran into caller’s brother who said he heard some gunshots and was going to check on his sister at the Linteros. Officer en route with brother to apt . . .

Weapons fired
Glenda Circle
Caller advised they heard gunshots and gave a male’s name before disconnecting. Officers requested ambulance for a 31-year-old female hit by burning powder from a shotgun/have a named male in investigative detention.

Weapons fired
Hudson Bridge
Heard approximately 10 gunshots from under the Hudson Bridge. Officers had contact advising out with white vehicle under the bridge with passenger door open/have two named males proned out/units are okay now.

2707 E. Highway 180
Male hobbling toward Walmart/he dropped item when he jumped the fence/he possibly broke his leg when he jumped the fence/he tried to steal a machete. Officer requested ambulance for a 39-year-old male with a broken ankle.

Welfare check
Canal Street
A named female left with a named male who was driving, possibly under the influence/two children, 2 and 4-years-old/male is known to abuse the female/she is welcome back at El Refugio. Officer had negative contact at the residence/all the lights are out/looks like they are moving out.

Suspicious vehicle
S. Pinos Altos and San Vicente streets
Officer has contact at Bremen and Arizona advising vehicle does have lights off and ditched him. Officers out with a vehicle at a San Vicente Street address.

Tuesday, May 7

Domestic disturbance
Cardinal Lane
Can hear a lot of yelling and crying in the background/can hear a female saying, “I am an alcoholic” several times and yelling if they call the cops on her she will have nowhere to go. Dispatch called back asking if everything was okay/female who answered said it was her mom who called and she did not mean to call.

Missing persons
1510 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller believes something has happened to her son/there was blood in front of a 12th and Swan address. The last time she saw him was three days ago. Officers have contact with a named male on Swan Street.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Yankie and Lyon streets
Caller advised that the tires of a named female were slashed. SCPD was aware of the call.

N. Silver Street
Caller advised someone wrote stuff about caller in chalk on the sidewalk. Officer on scene.

15th Street
Caller advised he was hit with items by a named female/she left in a silver ‘07 Dodge Nitro. Caller refused medical/did not want to pursue charges.

Criminal damage to property
District Court – 100 Black Street
Drug Court advised that a named male cut his ankle monitor to escape surveillance.

Little Walnut Road
Caller advised that her and a named female were arguing and had an altercation/female left walking/caller wants female issued a CTW. Officer had contact with caller.

Welfare check
Glenda Circle
Male advised “The guys are back”/that it’s the same thing that happened last night.” Caller called back advising that people “want to get shot again”/caller is in his father’s shed. When caller was advised to repeat what he said, he stated, ”Do you want me to make enough noise so I could shoot them myself?”/then disconnected. Officer had contact advising to have subject walk out with hands up/male advised he is not armed/they took his gun yesterday.

Welfare check
Fox Field
Caller advised a male is threatening him with a rifle. Officers ATL and attempted callback with negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
W. Highway 180
Caller advised his female ex-partner is blocking his fence to his grandparent’s house and has been following him all over Silver today for about two hours now.

Stolen motor vehicle
1220 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised his green ‘97 Honda Civic was last seen about 15 minutes ago in the Food Basket parking lot. Caller called back advising his friend was playing a game on him and he found his vehicle at his house/everything is okay.

Wednesday, May 8

3010 Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised she heard a noise of something hit her RV and then the RV caught on fire/there is propane in the RV/tree is starting on fire.

Suspicious vehicle
N. Corbin Street
Units went traffic with vehicle at Yankie/Hudson.

Welfare check
Brianna Way and Serinna Court
Car parked in middle of roadway/male appears to be passed out but breathing. Officer had contact with named male/clear.

Criminal damage to property
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised that his female ex-partner was there and he wants her issued a CTW as she has broken his windows in the past/she is no longer there.

Welfare check
N. Swan Street
35 or 36-year-old named male has been drinking Clorox with Kool Aid all night/he is in his room jumping around/just came in from outside/was running through the streets. Officer requested EMS since male is drinking chemicals. R1 staged at 12th and Swan. Officers out at a N. Corbin Street address.

123 W. 12th Street
Two females fighting. Officer had contact with multiple subjects 12th and West/all clear.

Domestic disturbance
S. Cinc
Caller advised her 17-year-old daughter is hitting her and dragging her around/she is mad because caller wouldn’t let her take the vehicle/caller thinks she is under the influence/she is still trying to hit her and take the phone.

1007 Pope Street – 4:50 p.m.
43-year-old male was stabbed in the chest with a knife at 1 p.m./is bleeding but controlled/he doesn’t know who did it. Officers out at 15th and Gold.

2150 E. Highway 180
Officer spoke with employee who advised that a lady came into the store with a large bag and when she was paying for items the employee asked her for consent to search her bag due to the store usually not allowing such large bags inside. She became highly upset and emptied it out and left after paying for items. A few minutes later a named male entered the store and was highly argumentative towards the employee saying he was going to kick his ass once he got out of work for the way he treated his aunt.

Criminal damage to property
Cherry Hills Place
Caller advised she found the window to her residence broken. Officer set up frequent patrol for a week.

Domestic disturbance
W. Market Street
Caller advised she and her husband just got into a fight and he kicked in her front door and took her phone. He has left the residence. Caller advised he hit her in the stomach and threw her on the ground and she is three-months pregnant. Caller did go away from the phone advising she was throwing . . .

Pine Street
Caller advised her ex is harassing her over the phone and he won’t stop texting. Officer advised her to block the number.

Thursday, May 9

Welfare check
E. 19th and N. Swan streets
Caller advised a male is lying in the middle of the road/there are clothes and a bicycle thrown all over the sidewalk. Officer had negative contact with any clothes, male or bike.

N. Swan Street
Caller advised that a named male is harassing her via text. Officer had contact with caller who stated the male was threatening to break her windows/she was not making any sense/first she said they texted her 20 minutes ago then stated she had not talked to him in a ‘while.’

Criminal damage to property
Leslie Road
Caller advised someone kicked in his door on Saturday. Officer on scene.

Criminal trespass warning
312 E. 12th Street
Officer out with owner.

Harrison Schmitt School
A student is on the lower field that the principal can’t control.

DV order violation
214 W. Broadway
There are two clients that have a DVO with a named male who just passed in a blue/gray Chrysler and made threatening gestures to the building.

Welfare check
32nd Street Bypass/the curve
Older silver car on the side of the road with an elderly lady slumped over. Officer had contact/everything is okay.

Suspicious vehicle
Highway 180/Silva Creek
Wrecked golf cart near Silva Creek bridge. Officer had contact with cart down in the creek.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
N. Swan Street
Caller advised a named male broke the window to her vehicle.

Welfare check
2320 E. Highway 180
A named female went inside advising she is afraid her husband is going to show up and beat her up. Officers advised will be clear from here/advising to have a county unit/male was tased/contact a named female and have her come to station/with one juvi en route to SCPD. Deputy advised the female was taken to the Hurley Police.

Welfare check
E. Yankie and N. Corbin streets
Child on 911 advising he heard someone screaming from the area of Chicano Park. Officer had contact with two juvi’s/negative contact with vehicle.

Criminal trespass warning
1810 N. Swan Street
Caller wants a named male issued a CTW/he told caller he was going to kill her and her husband last Sunday at Gough Park. Officer advised attempting contact with . . .

Welfare check
Highway 180 @ Lawley Ford
Caller advised a female is throwing things from her stroller. Officer has contact with female at Highway 180 and Hilltop/everything is okay/clear.

Criminal trespass warning
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised a named male is outside her house knocking on her door and he has a CTW for her property. Officer advised male left prior to arrival.

Welfare check
Highway 90/Hudson Bridge
Caller advised that his ex-girlfriend sent him photos of Hudson Bridge and told him “You know what I’m going to do.” Officer had negative contact.

2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised of a fight in the liquor aisle/one is being escorted out. Officer had contact advising verbal only.

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