The following items were taken from officers’ reports at the Socorro Police Department

July 28

An officer took a report at 2:40 p.m. from a female in the 200 block of Second Street who stated her neighbor has been harassing her and her family. She said the suspect has been flipping her off and watching her and her family with binoculars. She stated this has happened in the past and has video of the suspect harassing her. The officer was able to speak with the District Attorney’s officer and was informed of the suspect being on a time waiver out of District Court for the same actions.

An officer was dispatched at 1:03 a.m. to Tierra Bonita for a female caller stating her daughter’s boyfriend had pushed her down the hallway and severely hurt her back. Upon arrival, a woman pushed open the door screaming, “Get him out of my house.” The officer entered the residence and located a male who was running from the back bedroom to the kitchen. He was instructed to get on the floor and follow instructions. The male agreed and told officers he had a broken wrist. He was detained and taken outside. The officer spoke to the owner of the residence who said there was a heated argument and he pushed her down the hall into the wall, causing her severe back pain. A witness came forward and stated she did see him push her mom down the hallway. The suspect denied doing it. He was booked into SCDC for Battery against a household member.

July 29

An officer was dispatched at noon to a residence in the 800 Block Of Leroy Place for a car broken into. The victim said his doors had been left unlocked. He was missing his wallet and items from inside of his wallet. There were no cameras in the area.

An officer was dispatched at 7:22 a.m. to a residence on Flor Del Valle for a vehicle break-in. The officer was given a list of missing items. The officer was able to locate the items down the road and returned them to the owner.

July 30

An officer was dispatched at 9:50 p.m. to a residence in the 800 block of Spring Street for damage to property. The officer met with a woman who said someone had broken her window. The officer was able to view a video that showed a male throwing a knife through the window.

An officer was dispatched at 1:05 a.m. to Bernard Street for damage to property. The officer was shown damage to the victim’s vehicle. The owner said he did not know who could have done this.

An officer was dispatched at 12:18 p.m. to a local storage location for a break-in. A woman said she had been sharing the storage space with a man and thought he could have taken her items. The officer was called back when the male suspect arrived, who stated the last time he was at the storage was with her. The officer asked the woman to make a list of all the missing items from the storage.

An officer was dispatched at 3:35 p.m. to the 1200 block of Lemitar Lane for damage to a vehicle. The male victim said two of his vehicles had been vandalized. The officer noticed a mirror and a headlight damaged on the vehicles.

An officer was dispatched at 6:29 p.m. to Sedillo Park for possible animal abuse. The officer met with two females who said they were playing fetch with their dogs. They were approached by two other females who said they were abusing their dogs. They got into an physical altercation. None of the parties wanted to pursue charges.

Chieftain Staff Report