Friday, May 10, 2019

703 Silver Heights Blvd.
Officer advised two males in investigative detention.

Silver High School
Caller advised some trophies were taken from the trophy case and fire extinguishers were sprayed in the bathrooms.

Welfare check
Howell Street
Caller advised her 6-year-old daughter’s father picked her up from school yesterday and she needs to make sure she is taking her medicine/father does not answer the phone when she calls to check on child.

Bomb threat
111 S. Texas Street
Possible pipe bomb found outside Gospel Mission. Officer advised have county block off San Vicente/Bullard, have one deputy block off Texas/Gospel Mission, shutting down Southbound traffic Bullard/Broadway. Officer advised get a hold of bomb squad and have them come to location.

Unwanted subject
2040 Memory Lane
Caller advised a named female is there causing problems and will not leave. Officer advised one female in unit en route to Shell Station.

1956 E. Highway 180
Two males took off with medication. Officer advised will ATL on Rosedale Road/checked ditch area/negative contact.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
A named female was heard yelling in the apartments/she has been yelling for a couple of days/she does have mental issues. Officers had contact advising everything is okay.

Welfare check
3088 32nd Street Bypass
Caller advised they had a female client go in and could not stay awake/she is now sitting in the driver side of a silver Dodge Caravan/does not seem drunk but something is wrong. Officer advised clear/female does have someone en route to . . .

Welfare check
Valley Vista
A 6-year-old child is with her mother who is possibly on drugs at this time/they do have an SCI referral open at this time for the child/last contact with mother three weeks ago. Officer had contact with neighbor who advised . . .

2501 E. Highway 180
Loaded up a bunch of bricks from the Garden Center and left/about 2:15 p.m./has video of the incident.

1201 Pope Street
Male was trying to grab a female out of a small white SUV. Officer had contact.

2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised males are fighting on the grocery side. Officer has one in investigative detention.

Domestic disturbance
Female is yelling and crying in the open lot/male is leaning on top of the female over the trunk. Officer had contact advising it was a verbal only/subjects are leaving.

Domestic disturbance
1120 E. Highway 180
Caller advised of a domestic in Room 116. Caller was uncooperative. Officer had negative contact with subjects.

Domestic disturbance
N. Swan Street
Caller advised that a named female is ”throwing a crazy”/she is intoxicated/it was all verbal/he left when she started yelling at him/caller disconnected.

Saturday, May 11

Domestic disturbance
N. Swan Street
Can hear a named female yelling and screaming/a named male is yelling at the female/female is crying/male advised that female is going to die. Officer advised units are making entry into the house/20-year-old male is in investigative detention.

N. Juniper Street
Caller advised a male is outside yelling. Officer had contact advising the male to stop yelling outside and go inside for the rest of the night.

Unwanted subject
121 W. 12th Street
Caller advised some people won’t leave and are staying in the bathroom/caller wants them to leave. Officer advised subjects left prior to arrival.

Welfare check
106 N. Bullard Street
Caller from NMSP-Albuquerque advised a named 42-year-old male jumped off a bridge yesterday in Reserve but did not sustain serious injuries. His girlfriend advised that he is suicidal. Caller wants callback. Officer had contact with male/everything is okay.

Welfare check
2 Ridge Road
Male advised the sign says open but the doors are locked. Deputy responded but had negative contact. G&F officer responded advising everything is okay/a worker is on scene.

Unwanted subject
Bluejay Lane
Caller advised her brother is on her property and is possibly intoxicated/he is yelling at her and she wants him removed from the property. Male was issued an indefinite CTW for the address per owner.

800 S. Robert Street
Caller advised a named female is supposed to be returning but she is outside arguing with multiple subjects. Officer advised female left prior to arrival/will frequent patrol for the rest of the night.

402 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised a named male has been calling and harassing him at work. Officer had contact with male who is a registered sex offender and issued him a CTW for a N. Swan street address.

2707 E. Highway 180
Two males in a blue hatchback took bottles of welding gas/do have video. Officer issued a named male an indefinite CTW for Tractor Supply.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Have contact with a named male who was issued an indefinite CTW on 12/13/18. Officer has one in custody at this time.

Welfare check
32nd Bypass @ Ben Altamirano
Female was dropped off by a subject in an Eclipse. Caller advised sister picked up the female and took her to SHS.

Unwanted subject
S. Texas Street
Caller advising a named male is in his yard and he doesn’t want him there anymore/he hit him with a cane. 53-year-old male with blood coming from mouth and bleeding from upper lip. Officer advised an indefinite CTW was issued to the male for this address/it was the male who hit caller.

Leslie Road
Caller advised that a named male went into her house and punched her husband then left. Officer requested frequent patrol for the weekend.

Loud music
18th and N. Main streets
Officers advised all units clear/subjects were advised to keep it down.

Sunday, May 12

Welfare check
22nd Street
Caller advised she had a physical altercation with her father and he is leaving/advised she didn’t want anyone to respond but she was crying and the line disconnected. Officers had contact with a male outside and with caller.

Leslie Road
Caller advised she went to ask her friend for her charger back and he refused to give it back then hit her/advised he hit her because she was in his face.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 – MM 110 (Truck Bypass junction)
Turning down Snake Hill. Officer had contact with the van and owner on N. Cooper Street.

2501 E. Highway 180
Officer had contact with caller who could not identify all the items stolen by the two males/has video ready.

S. Texas Street
Dad and nephew were fighting. Officers advised in the area/negative on medical.

DV order violation
Cactus Street
Caller advised that two individuals who have a restraining order are together at this address. Officer had contact with the two.

3514 Fowler Avenue
A named male claims he is missing $800 from his room/he had been in the hospital for days

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