Monday, May 6

Welfare check
Highway 180 – MM 116-117 (a mile or two east of Walmart)
Caller advised a male is lying on the ground near a standing motorcycle. Deputy had contact advising male was lying on the road checking his motorcycle and is trying to fix it.

Domestic disturbance
Truck Bypass
Caller advised her daughter pushed her and is under the influence. Deputy advised all units clear/female left the property.

Highway 15 – Lake Roberts
Stolen wood.

Welfare check
S. Highway 180 – Cliff
Caller advised he discovered his 80-year-old father is alive after being told in 2001 by his stepmother that he died. The father lives in Cliff but caller doesn’t have any info to reach him. Dispatch advised they have an address for this individual in their system.

Criminal damage to property
Bataan Memorial Park
Damage to light.

Welfare check
Box Canyon Road – Gila
A female has been arguing with her husband. Deputy had contact with both parties/everything is okay.

Welfare check
Goathead Path – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a 12-year-old female is being coached by her parents regarding sexual and mental abuse and she will not speak the truth.

Tuesday, May 7

Domestic disturbance
Truck Bypass
Male causing problems/has been asked to leave but refuses.

Game and Fish
Highway 152 – MM 5
Hit a deer with a white Ford Explorer/deer is not dead and is partially on roadway. Deputy advised a couple shots fired to put deer down.

Game and Fish
Highway 90 – MM 39
Caller advised a deer that was hit is in the median. Deputy had contact.

Missing persons
E. Highway 180 – Arenas Valley
Caller reports a named female missing/caller talked to her on Easter. Deputy advised units clear/negative contact.

Welfare check
Highway 15 @ Wendy Road
Blue bike with items around it leaning on guardrail. Deputy had contact advising out with bicycle one mile past Wendy Road/male has a flat tire/friend went into town to get him another tube/bike is out of the roadway.

Welfare check
Highway 152 – Grant County
Caller advised she has lost contact with an 83-year-old. Caller wants her number to be given to them so they can call caller. Deputy had contact advising a named female advised they’re both okay and doesn’t know who the caller is. Deputy is going to call caller.

Criminal trespass warning
Black Mountain Road – Cliff
Indefinite CTWs were issued for this location.

Criminal trespass warning
11797 E. Highway 180
Caller wants a named individual issued a CTW. Deputy had contact and issued an indefinite CTW for this location.

Welfare check
Georgetown Cemetery
Caller reports a missing person. Deputy had negative contact with any missing person.

Welfare check
North Hurley Road
Caller advised she cannot get hold of her mother/she has not answered caller in a few days. Deputy had contact with caller, but negative contact with mother.

Welfare check
GC lakes
Caller advised her ex-husband picked up their son in El Paso at 2:30 p.m. and was supposed to return at 8 p.m. but he has not been heard from since he picked up the child. Child has no medical history.

Wednesday, May 8

Peeler Street – Arenas Valley
Caller advised that a named male is banging on his door and harassing him/wants the former tenant to leave the property/he hasn’t been evicted. Deputy had contact advising to send ambulance for a 49-year-old subject who is experiencing severe muscle pain and sciatica pain.

Thursday, May 9

Arenas Valley Road
Grandson is being belligerent and trying to get in to the residence/he hasn’t lived there in nine months. Deputy had contact advising male left upon request/everything is okay.

Rodeo Drive
Caller advised a gold SUV just left after taking parts from a car which belongs to someone else. Deputy advised to put out ATL and issue CTW if contact is made.

Welfare check
Arenas Valley Road
No report.

Accident-property damage
11575 E. Highway 180
Advised he hit a deer/the deer is dead.

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