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Monday, Sept. 9

Welfare check
Burnham Street
Intoxicated male walking near the highway/he is weaving into the highway.

Welfare check
Camino Tolteca – Tyrone
Caller advised he is feeling suicidal and wants a deputy to respond/he is intoxicated.

Tuesday, Sept. 10

Game and Fish
Highway 180 – MM 136 (halfway between Grant County Airport Road and Highway 61 junction)
Coyote walking around in the road/looks like it might be sick. Deputy had contact advising appears to be injured – hit by a car and still alive. Deputy advised discharged duty weapon/animal is dead.

Welfare check
Highway 180 – MM 111 (1 mile east of Truck Bypass junction)
Male yelling. Deputy has contact with male in the ditch/he is walking back home.

Weapons fired
Wagon Wheel Lane
Caller advising someone shooting off large caliber weapons behind her residence/they are probably on Owens Road. Deputy ATL Little Walnut and Wagon Wheel to end with negative contact with anything.

Weapons fired
Highway 152 and Georgetown Road
Deputies had contact with owner of vehicle who advised they were target practicing up the road.

Welfare check
N. Hudson Street and E. Broadway
Male on ground. Deputy advised giving male a ride to Daniel Street.

Wednesday, Sept. 11

Suspicious vehicle
Acorn Drive – 1:45 a.m.
Deputy advised residence is being remodeled/multiple entries into residence/will ATL for suspicious subjects/clear/negative contact.

Suspicious vehicle
Acorn Drive – 3:53 a.m.
Deputy advised subject on scene advising he has permission to be at the residence.

Unwanted subject
Top Hill Drive – Hurley
A named male is on her property and she can’t get him to leave. Deputy advised clear/negative contact with anyone in the area/will ATL and issue CTW when located.

Larceny
Hooker Loop – Gila
Caller advised a named female came into her workplace claiming someone had stolen $2,200 from her outside the tent in a container. Deputy advised that the doc has been contacted and is en route.

Fraud/embezzlement
Box Canyon Road – Cliff
Caller stated his named payee has not paid his SS disability check to him in the last two months. Caller said he contacted the SS office and was told to contact LE about the issue.

Harassment
Tyrone Road
Caller advised he was threatened Saturday night/a female told him not to mess with her family – you will see what happens. Advised it is over money. Deputy out at a space in Pine Grove Trailer Park.

Accident-injuries
Fort Bayard Road and E. Highway 180
1996 GMC pickup and an older model gray pickup/some debris in roadway. Santa Clara PD officer requested ambulance for a 14-year-old male with pain in chest from seat belt/requested wrecker.

Suspicious vehicle
Fort Bayard Cemetery
Made contact with vehicle’s owner who advised they were going for a walk. The owner was advised that Fort Bayard is closed after hours and subjects left the area/unit clear.

Suspicious vehicle
11072 W. Highway 180
Spoke to male who is working on vehicle/also spoke to park manager.

Unwanted subject
Delk Drive – Sunrise Estates
A named individual is refusing to leave and is at the front door yelling at caller’s mother. Deputy advised clear/escorting individual to McDonald’s and issued an indefinite CTW to the
Delk Drive address.

Suspicious vehicle
Caballero Drive
Deputy advised that a second vehicle is pulling up behind him/unit clear/driver was waiting for a friend.

Accident-injuries
Highway 180 – MM 108 (2 miles west of Truck Bypass junction)
Caller said a vehicle drove off the road into the trees. EMS1 advised see if Native Air can stand by/advised Native Air will be responding to Grant County Airport and standing by there. Native
Air standing by at Whiskey Creek Airport. Deputies advised EMS to cancel Native Air/ground transport/have wrecker respond/vehicle totaled and missing tires.

Thursday, Sept. 12

Welfare check
Camino Seco – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a black and white helicopter flying very low and has passed several times over her house. Dispatch did speak to Native Air who advised they are doing test runs/they will take off from Whiskey Creek Airport and fly over and come back to the airport/doing maintenance/they are okay.

Unwanted subject
Delk Drive – Sunrise Estates
Deputy advised she was never on the property/she was only parked near the mailbox off the property.

Reckless driver
E. Highway 180 @ Baca’s Funeral Home
Santa Clara PD officer went traffic with the vehicle at the Santa Clara Family Dollar advising the driver was exhausted after work and was almost home/negative on intoxicated driver.

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