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Monday, May 13

Robbery
11797 E. Highway 180
Teller hold up alarm. Male with black/white bandana, black sunglasses and black hoodie. He was given money and he did have a silver handgun. Caller didn’t get a description because she was told to stay on the ground in her office. Alarm company called to advise of hold up. Caller advised she and one other employee were in the building/no customers.

Weapons fired
Burro Springs Road – Redrock
Walk-in advised she was just notified by a neighbor that another neighbor just shot and killed her livestock. Deputy advised contacted the livestock inspector as this was an ongoing issue.

Domestic disturbance
Kirkland Road
Caller wants to be taken to a hotel until he sobers up/it hasn’t been physical. Deputy advised clear.

Welfare check
Valle de Uvas – Upper Mimbres
Female left a suicide note. Caller advised the female is having issues after a fall a few days before.

Loud music
Goathead Path – Arenas Valley
Deputy advised unit clear/male shutting it down.

Domestic disturbance
Kirkland Road
Caller can hear male and female screaming at each other. Deputy has one in investigative detention.

Tuesday, May 14

Unwanted subject
2674 Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Male went into the store and started yelling at caller’s wife and harassing customers/male then walked north/lives in a white RV.

Unwanted subject
Rio de Arenas Road
A named female is there and is refusing to leave/she is not causing problems/just wants her removed. Deputy advised female left prior to arrival.

Domestic disturbance
North Hurley Road
Caller advised a male and female are fighting. Deputy out with (redacted).

Welfare check
Uncle Woody’s Flea Market
Male walking. Deputy had negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
Separ Drive
Female called 911 advising there is no emergency. Advised she is okay and he is okay, he just got mad at her and he said he was calling 911. Deputy advised clear/both parties are okay.

Unwanted subject
Hidden Valley Lane
(Redacted) won’t leave and is under the influence of alcohol. Deputy advised will be giving the male a ride to his dad’s house in Arenas Valley.

Wednesday, May 15

Suspicious vehicle
Highway 180 – MM 116 (1 mile east of Walmart)
Deputy advised vehicle off roadway/no one inside/clear.

Criminal sexual penetration
Mimbres
Child in custody reporting new stuff. Deputies en route to CYFD.

Domestic disturbance
Artcher Road
Caller advised her son was hitting her/she was bleeding from the face/male has a gun/son is intoxicated. Deputy attempting to make contact with female.

Welfare check
Tyrone Post Office
Male, possibly in his 60s, lying in front of the building. Caller called back advising the male is irate because caller called LE. Deputy advised caller to leave the male alone, they will . . .

Domestic disturbance
Cottage San Road
Two named individuals are fighting and kids are in the trailer/the male is possibly drunk.

Welfare check
11072 W. Highway 180
Could hear a female yelling who seemed to be in distress. Deputy ATL with negative contact.

Overdose
Butterfield Lane – White Signal
Negative contact.

Thursday, May 16

Welfare check
Artcher Road
Caller advised a female employee is calling the facility threatening suicide. She advised she wants to hurt herself and stated she can’t live if she can’t work. She is possibly intoxicated.

Unwanted subject
E. Highway 180 – Arenas Valley
Caller advised that his neighbor is lying on his porch and he does not want him there/neighbor is possibly intoxicated. Deputy requested EMS for a 65-year-old male/heavily intoxicated and cannot get up/fell down/unknown injuries. Male was issued an indefinite CTW for the location. Everything is okay/male was checked out by EMS and refused transport.

Welfare check
Highway 356 – MM 1
Caller advised a male is lying near the roadway and “flopping” back and forth. NMSP advised their office is requesting an ambulance/male is naked/unknown exactly what is wrong with him.

Harassment
North Hurley Road
Caller advised a named male went over to his house and threatened him and caller wants him issued a CTW. Deputy responded but had negative contact.

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