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Bayard Police Department

Saturday, Oct. 19

Domestic disturbance
Grant Street
Caller from GRMC advised that a named female is in the ER saying she was involved in a domestic. She has mental issues however someone will be sent over to speak with her. Officer advised to get a hold of NMSP as female doesn’t want anything to do with BPD. Female is trying to leave the hospital/she is afraid for her life/her ex is going to kill her/advised NMSP was going to take her . . .

Stolen motor vehicle
Grant Street
Caller advised he woke up and his gray 1985 Mercury is missing.

Harassment
Lusk Street
Caller advised his daughter is being threatened on the phone by two named males and a named female. Officer advised ATL for subjects in the area.

Harassment
Diamond Street
A named male is harassing caller.

Welfare check
North Street
Caller can hear a female and a male yelling. Second caller advised her auntie called her yelling and crying/unknown what it is.

Sunday, Oct. 20

Hot pursuit
S. Canyon Street
Officer advised in pursuit of a motorcycle/vehicle wrecked and subject fled on foot northbound/officers lost contact.

Suspicious vehicle
N. East Street
Dark vehicle is in the middle of the street sideways with someone inside. Officer requested tow truck. Officer advised to cancel wrecker/owner showed up.

Identity theft
Grant Street
Caller advised that someone stole her identity.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, Oct. 18

Domestic disturbance
Elguea Street
Caller advised 15-year-old grandson is causing problems/he suffers from ADHD and is destroying the trailer/grandson did strike him/he is running down Elguea toward Carrasco/caller advised he did defend himself and struck his grandson back in the face. Caller advised he is back at the trailer and is trying to attack his little brother.

Saturday, Oct. 19

Domestic disturbance
Elguea Street (different address)
A named male hit her in the face/this has happened before. Officer advised 54-year-old female with pain to the left side of her face/negative on ambulance/son in investigative detention. Cari Dawn Richards was issued an indefinite CTW to the location/subjects were having . . .

Welfare check
D Street
Caller advised his girlfriend just texted him threatening suicide/she felt guilty about the charges she pressed against him. Officer advised units clear/female advised she’s okay.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Oct. 18

Welfare check
N. James Street
Advised she hasn’t heard from a named male since Monday. Officer advised negative contact with male/the number has been changed or disconnected.

Saturday, Oct. 19

Domestic disturbance
W. Lincoln Street
Caller advised him and a named male have been involved in a physical altercation/he has a video advising he threw carpet at him/they are separated.

Sunday, Oct. 20

Disturbance
N. James Street
Caller advised her brother is there yelling and cussing demanding his mom give him her car/he is threatening to punch holes in the wall. Officer had contact with all parties/verbal altercation/parties are going to stay in their own rooms for the rest . . .

Domestic disturbance
S. Bellm and E. Church Streets
A male and a female were arguing. Officer had negative contact with anyone in the area.

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