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Bayard Police Department

Monday, Aug. 12

Game and Fish
Snell Middle School
Caller saw a bobcat cross the highway.

Harassment
Maple Street
A named female is outside yelling. Officer advised female left prior to arrival.

Disturbance
N. East Street
Mother having trouble with her sons advising one is throwing things around and is ‘out of control.’ Caller is the children’s therapist. Officer -- CYFD on scene.

Welfare check
Grant Street
Caller wants welcheck on herself.

Tuesday, Aug. 13

Welfare check
N. Railroad Street
Caller advised she can hear a female yelling to call the cops. Officer requested ambulance for a 27-year-old male/negative on bleeding/cut to arm/unknown how it got there.

Welfare check
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised two children and possibly a baby in a car seat have been alone in a blue SUV for about 20 minutes. Officer had negative contact/unit will be clear.

Thursday, Aug. 15

Unwanted subject
Stewart Street
Caller advised she wants her son removed. Officer on scene.

Welfare check
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Male customer on bicycle is intoxicated in the middle of the road.

Domestic disturbance
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Officer advised all verbal.

Domestic disturbance
Rosemary Street
Female screaming “He is hitting me,” and “He put his hands on me.” Female very hard to understand. Officer has contact with female on the phone/en route to an address on Erie Street.

Hurley Police Department

Monday, Aug. 12

Missing persons
Hurley Elementary – 3:50 p.m.
Caller advised that her 5-year-old daughter was put on an unknown bus at about 3:15 p.m. Dispatch spoke with Cobre Administration and they are trying to reach the bus driver. Deputy and NMSP advised child was located/she was sent to the high school by accident. Caller advised she has her daughter/the brother picked her up from Cobre High.

Tuesday, Aug. 13

Suspicious vehicle
Nevada Avenue
Officer has contact with two males/will be clear/subject is a friend of the neighbor/everything is okay.

Wednesday, Aug. 14

Domestic disturbance
Officer advised en route to American Legion to ATL a named male who took a named female’s bag and would not give it back to her/negative on a domestic/male left.

Thursday, Aug. 15

Reckless driver
Highway 180 – rest area
Small silver 4-door car headed west on Highway 180. Dispatch advised NMSP has contact with vehicle.

Santa Clara Police Department

Tuesday, Aug. 13

Domestic disturbance
W. Oak and N. Prescott streets
Officer advised can hear two subjects arguing/one advising he is going to bash someone’s head. Officer advised male was arguing with himself/units clear.

DV order violation
N. Cleveland Street
Caller advised sister is violating her DVO.

Unwanted subject
N. James Street
Caller’s nephew is causing problems/he possibly has been drinking/he got mad when caller asked him to put on a shirt.

Domestic disturbance
Seven Sons Road
Caller advising that a named male and his wife are outside arguing/it’s waking up the children/both seem intoxicated. Deputy advised units clear/subject left prior to arrival.

Criminal damage to property
S. Mineral Street
Caller advised her renter’s son broke the back window to her rental house.

Thursday, Aug. 15

Welfare check
Central Elementary
Intoxicated male jumping in front of vehicles. Officer ATL.

Disturbance
N. Bard and W. Cottonwood streets
Male yelling in the street/he keeps getting into his vehicle and driving up and down the area. Officers in foot pursuit.

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