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Friday, Nov. 29

Suspicious vehicle
Cooper Cemetery
Officer had contact advising subjects were camping and were advised to move along.

Loud music
15th Street
Caller advised his neighbor has been playing loud music for the . . . Advised the neighbor has been harassing him with his stereo and giving him migraines and he is probably just going to have to sue him. Caller said he doesn’t even hear music, just booms. Officer has contact with a named female who said they would keep it down/negative contact with caller/left voicemail.

Welfare check
2501 E. Highway 180
Male in men’s restroom lying on the floor/no shoes/possibly intoxicated. Officer had contact advising male was trying to stay warm/will be leaving.

Driving while intoxicated
1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised a female left intoxicated in a maroon GMC Envoy/she went into the ER then wanted to leave. Officer advised ATL.

Unwanted subject
2545 N. Silver Street
Caller advised that a named male is at the residence and is now not wanting to leave/he has been threatening to kill his daughter in front of her child. Caller wants to know the next step in having him removed from the address.

Domestic disturbance
Valley Vista
Caller needs help with her 14-year-old son who is punching holes in the walls/has not been physical with caller at this time.

Welfare check
W. Highway 180 and Pope Street
Dispatch called both numbers/everything is okay/no emergency.

Harassment
1502 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised a named female keeps harassing her/now it’s at AutoZone where caller is putting windshield wipers on her vehicle. Spoke to caller, will be making contact with female inside Family Dollar.

Larceny
3514 Fowler Avenue
Caller requests officer in reference to a larceny with one of the residents.

Disturbance
2501 E. Highway 180
A named female is yelling at cashier on self-checkout. Officer advised out with Analicia Montenegro/she was issued an indefinite CTW for Wal-Mart.

Unwanted subject
1315 N. Hudson Street
A male who was smoking weed in the bathroom is not wanted there/he is next door at Burger Time. Officer issued Tommy Caldwell an indefinite CTW for Blake’s.

Harassment
N. Bennett Street
Caller stated she is being threatened by a named male/he is staying at an address on N. Bennett.

Fight
1810 N. Swan Street
Caller advised males are fighting in the parking lot by the gas pumps. Officer on scene.

Accident-property damage
E. 12th and N. Swan streets
Caller stated white car and green pickup/airbags deployed on the car/unknown injuries. Officer advised vehicle has been moved off the roadway/will have family member pick it up.

Fraud/embezzlement
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller stated he lost his wallet today and all his credit cards were in the wallet/possibly at the post office.

Vehicle burglary
Sheriff’s Posse Road
Caller stated the windows on his RV were broken. Advised he wanted to respond ASAP because there are 58 officers in the county and he wanted someone to show up because his call was a high priority and it has been 20 minutes and no one has shown up.

Accident-injuries
N. Swan and E. 20th streets
Brown 4-door car and silver 4-door car near the stop sign/vehicles are in the roadway. Second caller, a 71-year-old female advised she is hurting from her legs and knees and her head is hurting.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male who was issued an indefinite CTW for Wal-Mart is living in a white BMW behind O’Reilly’s and a customer told management he was inside the store. Advised will have contact with male behind O’Reilly’s/male has an expired and suspended driver’s license.

Welfare check
Highway 180 @ Chuck Johnson’s
Elderly male walking west carrying a yellow blanket. Officer has contact with male at Highway 180 and Bosworth/en route with male to 12th Street Snappy.

Unwanted subject
Grant Street
At the cold weather shelter they need a named male removed/he is being rude and causing trouble with them. Officer advised an indefinite CTW has been issued to Tommy Caldwell for the Grant Street address.

Domestic disturbance
N. F Street
Caller advised his girlfriend is trying to fight his mom/his sister is en route. Officer advised units clear/parties separated for the night.

Fight
2005 E. Highway 180
Multiple individuals/entire bar is fighting. Deputy advised foot pursuit behind Wrangler’s/one in investigative detention/hold Angelica Gonzales for SCPD/female released to SCPD/unit clear. Another female had a warrant out of Judge Laney’s court for FTA bond to be set.

Saturday, Nov. 30

Harassment
N. Bennett Street
Officer had contact with caller who stated a named female and a named male were harassing her. Officer ATL but had negative contact with female and male.

Harassment
N. Bennett Street
Caller said a male is running around the outside of her house screaming ‘AHHHHHHHHHHHH!’

Unwanted subject
Silver City Post Office
Male inside the lobby sleeping and does not want to leave. Officers out with Tommy Caldwell/he wanted to go to the cold shelter/he does have an indefinite CTW for the cold shelter/dropped Tommy Caldwell off at Penny Park.

Welfare check
A Street
Female stated she needs someone to come over and check something in her apartment/would not give number stated it was at the bottom/was very hesitant to answer or say what she needed/kept saying never mind I will call back. Officer had negative contact with any suspicious activity in the area.

Criminal damage to property
205 W. Broadway
Caller advised that someone broke his windows last night.

Welfare check
Gough Park
Male passed out by the trash cans by 12th Street. Officer has contact with male.

Welfare check
Highway 180 @ Wrangler’s
Caller is following a vehicle that is possibly DWI. Officers have contact with elderly male driver/he is okay/did not know where he was going.

Harassment
N. Bennett Street
Caller advised she is in the RV at this location and she is still being harassed by male who is going to jail and stated it was her fault.

Welfare check
Village Drive
Caller advised a 12-year-old 7th grader has been depressed for a long time and they are worried about his mental status advising he never eats and makes threats to kill himself/he wears long hoodies/he has attempted to harm himself in the past.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
N. Arizona and W. Kelly streets
Caller stated his vehicle has been damaged at this location. Officer advised clear/caller is requesting another officer.

Game and Fish
Trail Ridge Road
Caller found an 8-point buck on his property/unknown how it got there or if has been shot. Dispatch with NMSP who will dispatch G&F.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male is inside the store but lost him in the apparel section. Advised the male is supposed to have a CTW for the store. There is no CTW listed.

Suspicious vehicle
1874 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a van pulled up to the store and two subjects got out wearing hoodies. Officer had contact advising the males were out at the Smoke Shop/they were advised they can park in front of the Smoke Shop not the Rough Country.

Battery
1313 E. 32nd Street
In Room 3 a named female is hitting nurses. Officer on scene.

Domestic disturbance
N. Cinc
Caller advised her boyfriend is intoxicated and causing problems/he is on probation/he is sitting in the living room at this time/he has a small black car. Officers had contact with male who was released.

Unwanted subject
N. Silver Street
A named male in a black hoodie and walking a dog just knocked on the door. Officers advised clear/will patrol through the night.

Harassment
N. Bennett Street
Officer advised a named female stated that her neighbors continue to harass her/people were walking by her RV and yelling at her/the male and female want to fight her for some reason. Officer informed the female there wasn’t much they can do without names of the people harassing her. Officer drove the area . . .

Sunday, Dec. 1

Disturbance
3420 E. Highway 180
A named male is refusing to let caller’s sister get belongings from inside his truck/male works at the inn. Officers have contact/show Angelina Carrasco issued indefinite CTW to the . . .

Welfare check
2711 Leslie Road
Caller advised a female in a nearby apartment is screaming and banging on walls. Officer had contact with tenant who advised she is okay/going back to sleep/unit clear. Caller called back advising he banged on the wall to make tenant quiet down and she went to his apartment and started banging on his door/she did leave.

Criminal damage to property
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller advised two females in a silver Mustang just hit a rock wall. Officer on scene.

Larceny
1810 N. Swan Street
Employee had cigarettes on back counter and customer stole them/have footage ready.

Accident-property damage
E. Highway 180 and Pinos Altos Road
Officers advised a blue RAV was moved out of the roadway.

Welfare check
Mountain View Apt.
Caller advised her son is on narcotics and is sitting outside in a black 2016 Buick and is not in his right mind. Officer has contact with son/with son en route to Silver and 37th streets.

Suspicious vehicle
2707 E. Highway 180
Officer had contact/he was closing up the store.

Domestic disturbance
Plata Road
Caller advised a named female is going crazy in his house/he had to walk outside/she was getting physical with him.

Suspicious vehicle
1220 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised an older silver car is on the Dairy Queen side of the parking lot with an open trunk and windows and items scattered/no people around. Officer had contact with owner advising she is okay/was rearranging stuff in her vehicle.

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