Friday, June 7

Criminal sexual penetration
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised she was raped at Walmart day before yesterday when she was unconscious and she now has a very foul odor and discharge.

Unattended death
3109 N. Swan Street
Unknown aged female/unresponsive with blank stare/EMS2 requested OMI and LE.

Welfare check
Someone sleeping in front of the PD.

Domestic disturbance
E. 11th and N. Main streets
Officers had contact with a named female and a named male who advised they were both arguing about their past relationships. EMS1 advised transporting one female/male refused. Officer advised all units clear/everything is okay.

Little Walnut Road
Caller advised he has been working on this house for the last month and someone broke into the house and stole materials. Caller also found narcotics.

Little Walnut Road – 9:25 a.m.
Caller advised a named male is sending him harassing texts. Officer had contact with caller but negative contact by phone with male.

2501 E. Highway 180
Female refused to show receipt and told caller she didn’t pay for any of her merchandise then left in a black car headed east.

1506 N. Silver Heights Blvd.
Happened yesterday/has footage.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Named female in customer service. Officer advised male already left.

Saturday, June 8

Unwanted subject
N. Cheyenne Street
Caller advised a man is yelling, “Let me in or I’ll kill you.”/appears to be on narcotics. Officer had contact with a named male/clear.

Game and Fish
N. Silver and E. 32nd Street
Dead deer by La Bonita Bakery.

Breaking and entering
1920 Little Walnut Road
Caller advised he noticed a broken window at the Church of Christ/unknown if anyone is inside.
Officer on scene.

Domestic disturbance
Little Walnut Road – 10:25 a.m.
Caller advised that his dad and girlfriend are having a domestic.

Suspicious vehicle
2501 E. Highway 180
Dull gold car/male is at the gas station right now and as the vehicle passed caller noticed a rifle on the passenger side. Officer checked registered owner/clear.

Domestic disturbance
N. Silver Street
Caller advised her husband threw a chair at her. Officer advised male left prior to arrival.

Unwanted subject
2707 E. Highway 180
Two males are in and out of the store/are now in the middle of Dollar General and Tractor Supply. Officer advised caller does not want the two issued a CTW, just to move along. Officer advised the two not to return that day/clear.

Welfare check
E. 12th Street
Caller said a party is going on and thinks there might be some kind of argument. Officer had contact advising a named male advised they were just joking and laughing really loud/negative on any fights or arguing.

N. Juniper and 26th streets
Two females physically fighting/one just left in a dark Chevy SUV. Officer had contact/clear.

Missing persons
30th Street – 10 p.m.
14-year-old female left the residence around 5 p.m. and she won’t answer her phone/a friend of her son advised she was in an accident. Officer advised to send deputy to a Silva Creek Park space.

Reckless driver
2045 E. Highway 180
Deputy had contact with the male/everything is okay/unit clear.

Sunday, June 9

Domestic disturbance
Yucca Street
Boyfriend is talking **** to caller. Officers had contact advising male left the residence willingly/parties separated.

Domestic disturbance
Lamb and N. Swan streets
Male and female arguing in the street. Officers had negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
N. Juniper Street
A named male was beating up a named female/male left in a blue Mazda. Officer put out ATL for the two subjects.

N. Corbin Street
Caller advised that her male neighbor is outside arguing with her mom/he’s on his porch and she’s in her yard/he’s throwing trash in their yard. Officer advised all units clear.

Welfare check
3755 N. Swan Street
Female walking in and on the edge of the roadway/carrying a bag and stumbling. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
24th Street and Juniper Avenue
Female walking in the hills with something – an animal or a child. Caller heard her yelling at something about it going up the hill with her, it wouldn’t so she left it behind. Officer had negative contact.

N. Bennett Street
Caller advised sister’s residence was broken into. Officer set up heavy patrol.

2501 E. Highway 180
Officer had contact advising employee tried to stop customer from riding skateboard in store/customer got upset and started shoving employee/they are separated and officer is getting witness statements.

Criminal trespass warning
Leslie Road
Caller advised her son keeps knocking on the door and calling her names/keeps telling her he’s going to burglarize her residence/also threatening to kill her. Caller stated that her son talks real awful to her and . . . Officer out at an apartment/Rafael Torrez and Joann Cruz were issued indefinite CTWs.

Gough Park
Caller said a tall blonde is trying to fight with people. Officer had negative contact.

Gough Park
Male with no shirt running around and yelling at children. Officer had contact advising male left.

206 N. Hudson Street
Male who seems highly intoxicated tried to walk out of the store with beer/they refused sale of alcohol/he is asking customers for money and rides. Officer had contact with male/clear/everything is okay.

Welfare check
Harris Road
Officer advised to have shift commander call as the mother advised the daughter is possibly en route to Pinos Altos, and said she is going to “blow her brains out.” Tri-City was advised of the ATL. Deputy out on Highway 15, Pinos Altos, Bear Creek Road, and out of unit behind Bear Creek Cabins/negative contact.

Game and Fish
Chavez Lane
Moving deer out of the roadway.

Live from Silver City

Join GCB Three Times Weekly Updates

Welcome to Three Times Weekly Updates! You will be subscribed to email notifications with links to recently posted articles.
You can unsubscribe anytime. We never share or rent your email to anyone.

Fire Alerts

Editor's Note

Check out a new column that will talk about the town of Silver City and its news and services. 

Those new to providing news releases to the Beat are asked to please check out submission guidelines at http://www.grantcountybeat.com/about/submissions. They are for your information to make life easier on the readers, as well as the editor.

Classifieds: Check periodically to see if any news ones have popped up. Welcome to our new version of classified ads.  We invite you our readers to post your own classifieds, which are available for viewing 24/7 and are very reasonable in price, because you do all the work yourselves. A recent classified for a van brought a sale within two days. It's really easy to check to see if there's a classified ad. Just click on Classifieds in the blue menu and the page will open letting you know if there is a classified ad. Remember that your buying classified ads gives you a wide readership, as well as supporting the Beat. Post YOURS for quick results!

Images: We have received complaints about large images blocking parts of other articles. If you encounter this problem, click on the title of the article you want to read and it will take you to that article's page, which shows only that article without any intruders. It's a software problem, not easily fixable, other than showing fewer articles per summary page. If you are a frequent visitor, you might not mind fewer articles per page, but if you only come once in a while, you likely want to see more articles to browse. Write me at editor@grantcountybeat.com to let me know your feelings on this issue. 

Compliance: Because you are an esteemed member of The Grant County Beat readership, be assured that we at the Beat continue to do everything we can to be in full compliance with GDPR and pertinent US law, so that the information you have chosen to give to us cannot be compromised. 

New Columnists: The Beat continues to bring you new columnists.Recent additions  include one about end of life options, Compassionate Care.

The Beat has a column for you gardeners out there. The Grant County Extension Service will bring you monthly columns on gardening issues. The first one posted is on Winterizing your houseplants and patio plants.

The Beat totally appreciates its readers and subscribers!  


All articles and photos indicated by a byline are copyrighted to the author or photographer. You may not use any information found within the articles without asking permission AND giving attribution to the source. Photos can be requested and may incur a nominal fee for use personally or commercially.

NOTE: If an article does not have a byline, it was sent to the Beat and written by someone not affiliated with the Beat

Don't forget to tell advertisers that you saw their ad on the Beat.

Newsletter: If you subscribe to the Join GCB Three Times Weekly Updates option on the left side of this page, you will be subscribed to email notifications with links to recently posted articles.

Here for YOU: Consider the Beat your DAILY newspaper for up-to-date information about Grant County. It's at your fingertips! One Click to Local News.

Feel free to notify editor@grantcountybeat.com, if you notice any problems on the site. Your convenience is my desire for the Beat.

Thanks for your support for and your readership of Grant County's online news source—www.grantcountybeat.com