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Monday, Sept. 9

Harassment
510 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised a named male verbally threatened him. Officer had negative contact/caller is now at SCPD.

Welfare check
1605 W. Market Street
A named female with development issues is stating she is stressed out. Unable to find out what is going on.

Welfare check
1308 N. Hudson Street
Female acting strange/peeling bark off of the trees, taking things out of the trash, and is yelling and screaming. Officer out with Shanti Lazzell/she is leaving upon request.

Criminal trespass warning
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Male who has stolen alcohol and other items in the past just walked out. Officers in area ATL/negative contact.

Unwanted subject
N. Gold Street
Caller wants a CTW issued to her child’s grandfather who is threatening to go to her residence and take her child.

Disturbance
N. Silver Street
Caller advising his brother-in-law is intoxicated and asking for his gun/negative on anything physical.

Unwanted subject
W. 11th Street
Caller advised that the male who made threats to him earlier is outside of his residence/unknown if he is still there.

Shoplifting
1220 N. Hudson Street
Male sitting outside the store eating what he stole/wants him issued a CTW. Officer had contact with Joe Morales and issued him an indefinite CTW for Blake’s and Food Basket.

Disturbance
22nd Street
Caller advised that her son was refusing to leave and threatened to kill her. Officer advised male left prior to arrival.

Tuesday, Sept. 10

Vehicle accident-no injuries
2110 E. Highway 180
Caller advised he just hit a deer with his tan Ford Ranger.

Welfare check
Yucca Street
Caller was approached by an unknown female who said to call the police and go to this address. Officer advised was all verbal/units clear.

Disturbance
S. Arizona and Gila streets
Caller stated a male and a female were arguing in the area/they are both still in the area.

Game and Fish
Los Encinos
Injured deer behind this residence

Domestic disturbance
A Street
Third party advised that mother hit him in the face/advised that he has locked her outside/advised she keeps asking for him to open the door and he is afraid/he is 9-years-old.

Welfare check
Public Safety Building – 1011 N. Hudson Street
Caller advising a male is lying on the sidewalk in front of the SCPD. Officers had contact advising to send ambulance for a 58-year-old male complaining of body pain and unable to get up/negative lights and sirens.

Welfare check
N. Hummingbird Lane
Received SOS from gray 2019 Toyota Camry/unable to make contact with anybody. Officer did make contact/everything is okay/was an accident.

Game and Fish
2260 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a large deer in the highway is causing a traffic hazard.

Welfare check
N. Gold Street
Caller advised her two sons called her advising that their father was drinking and made her youngest son cry and asked her to come and get him. Officer advised all units clear/children are okay.

Domestic disturbance
2080 Memory Lane
Caller advising her neighbors are arguing and she can hear a named female crying. Officer had contact advising everything is okay/clear.

Wednesday, Sept. 11

Accident-injuries
Little Walnut Road and Highway 180
White and blue pickup and silver car in the center lane. 45-year-old female with neck and back pain.

Burglary
100 17th Street
Client advised her apartment was broken into and medications were . . .

Disturbance
Mountain View Assisted Living
They have an employee causing problems/he left in a tan and silver car/he lives in Las
Cruces.

Domestic disturbance
2711 Leslie Road
Caller advised named neighbors are fighting. Officer out with female/everything is okay. Another caller advised the male is hiding in the closet.

Welfare check
1313 E. 32nd Street
Advised that a named male is confused and can’t get his vehicle started/he keeps thinking he is in Las Cruces seeing his son-in-law. One officer gave to a second officer.

Grafitti
1502 Silver Heights Blvd.
Advised there are taggings on the building at the AutoZone Plaza that was just painted.

Game and Fish
Bosworth Drive
Dead deer that needs to be picked up.

Accident-property damage
N. Silver and E. Pine streets
Caller stated a blue Mitsubishi pickup struck a mailbox and fence and is left sitting there/caller looked around and no owner of the vehicle was found. Officer does have contact with owner of fence and owner of pickup/they do not wish to file charges.

Welfare check
Gough Park
Two males – one drunk and the other seems mentally unstable. Officer requested ambulance for 53-year-old male who possibly had a seizure/he has been transported.

Larceny
2260 E. Highway 180
Advised that the female who ran out of the restaurant and took the manager’s ID is by the Walmart parking lot.

Welfare check
Birch and N. Swan streets
Aller saw the drivers of the vehicle throwing small shot bottles of alcohol out the window of the vehicle. Officer out at 603 Birch Street/negative with any DUI.

Welfare check
Penny Park
Caller stated two little girls, one 5-years-old and bald, the other 3-years-old with a bad haircut, are walking up to adults and asking them to play with them. Caller advised the 5-year-old had welts on her lower body/no parents were there. Officers had contact advising the kids are okay/they are with KISS/had contact with a KISS worker who advised the kids are okay. Officer observed the kids were running around the park/they were okay.

Larceny
1805 Little Walnut Road
Walk-in to SCPD advised some items were stolen this morning. Owner advised officer that he didn’t want to file a report on the missing slab tiles/just wanted more frequent patrols around his house . . .

Harassment
Unknown address
Caller advised she is being threatened over Facebook by a named male. Officer left voicemail but has not heard back.

Criminal trespass warning
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller wants a male who is inside the store issued an indefinite CTW. Officer advised male left prior to arrival/will check again later.

Welfare check
W. 11th Street
Reference to a homeless camp. Officer advised out with Katherine Winchester/did issue an indefinite CTW for the property/she will be leaving in a few hours.

Battery
1313 E. 32nd Street
A named male is being combative with the doctor and trying to hit the doctor.

Welfare check
N. Swan and 37th streets
Caller stated a 12 to 13-year-old child was sitting next to the church waiting for a ride. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
Stout Elementary School
Male kneeling down holding onto a pole. Officer had negative contact.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
Female was brought in by Bayard PD and she refused care and now is causing a ruckus in the ER and refusing to leave. Officer advised clear/female left on foot/will ATL. GRMC called again advising the female is back in the waiting room. Officer had contact with the female/clear.

Welfare check
407 N. Hudson Street
Male lying on the ground next to the car wash. Officer had negative contact.

Loud music
Fran Drive
Officer advised a named male to turn it down/clear.

Thursday, Sept.12

Shoplifting
1220 N. Hudson Street
A named male just stole a bottle of liquor/caller can see it in his pants/wants him issued a CTW for the store/he is trying to leave the store.

Battery
1929 Pinos Altos Road
Caller stated he was assaulted by the owner for being in the bathroom longer than 15 minutes. Officer out at RAM station for follow-up.

Welfare check
Yucca Street
Caller stated she has been unable to make contact with a named male for seven days. Officer advised knocked on door/negative contact with anyone/can’t see inside the apartment.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
N. Bennett Street
Caller stated back window of vehicle was shattered/nothing looks like it was stolen out of vehicle.

Welfare check
304 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised a female seems to be in distress/she was ripping plants out of the planters earlier. Subject is placed as missing out of Santa Fe.

Larceny
Public Safety Building – 1011 N. Hudson Street
No report.

Welfare check
Stout Elementary School
Caller requested an officer in regard to a child about neglect. Officer clear from school/en route to Gold Street address/en route to a Plata Road address/out at Plata Road address.

Reckless driver
1235 E. Highway 180
Black Subaru ran a red light. Deputy advised will be lighting up vehicle/cannot make traffic due to a female being in unit/will light up for another deputy.

Accident-property damage
1500 N. Hudson Street
In the parking lot of Harvest Church/two vehicles/no injuries/Honda Element and green Mustang. Officer running registration checks.

Welfare check
1605 W. Market Street
A named male has missed 10 days of school. Officer out with a named female/made contact with six children/will be making a CYFD referral.

Criminal trespass
N. Combs Street
Caller advised a named male is back inside the residence and the property should be vacant. Officer had contact with male/one in investigative detention/have contact with owner.

Disturbance
514 N. Silver Street
Two males are outside yelling at pedestrians/they seem intoxicated. Officers out with Skylar Oliver and Frankie Casillas/Casillas is requesting ambulance for chest pain/negative on breathing problems/Oliver in unit en route to GRMC.

Reckless driver
Alabama and Luck streets
Intoxicated female driver. Officer went traffic with vehicle at Sonic on 14th Street.

Criminal trespass warning
1075 E. Highway 180
Officers advised Lorenzo Flores has a CTW issued Nov. 20, 2018 and another male is clear of warrants and CTWs/subject released on a CTA.

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