The following items were taken from reports at the Socorro Police Department
An officer was called at 10:46 p.m. to the Capitol Bar in reference to a fight. The officer arrived and met with the reporting person who said there was a fight in the patio area earlier in the evening. The reporting person provided the officer with the names of the individuals involved and asked that the incident be documented and both individuals trespassed.
An officer was dispatched to Tierra Bonita where a female said she was walking in town and a male she used to work with begin yelling at her that he wanted his dog cage back. She explained to the officer she had borrowed a dog cage from him a long time ago and had not returned the cage yet. She said she was going to return the cage with her brother-in-law and wanted the incident documented.
An officer was patrolling on Park Street at 12:15 a.m. when he noticed a male known to have an active warrant for his arrest driving a vehicle. The officer pulled him over, but he jumped out of the vehicle and started to run. He was caught after a short foot chase and placed under arrest. A search found him to be in possession of narcotics. The suspect was transported to SCDC and booked on his warrant as well as the charges of trafficking controlled substances and resisting an officer.
An officer was dispatched to a residence in the 900 block of Walkway for an unresponsive male. The officer arrived and found the male had overdosed. EMTs arrived and administered Narcan. The male became responsive but refused to be transported. The officer located drugs on the male, which were taken to Socorro Police Department for destruction.
An officer was dispatched at 10:53 p.m. to a residence in the 600 block of Grant Street for a male with a gun. The officer arrived and found two males fighting. The officer broke up the fight, and the suspect was placed into handcuffs and transported to Socorro Police Department for processing. While at the PD, the suspect spat on officers and began kicking the holding cell. The suspect then fell in the holding cell causing his head to bleed. He was taken to Socorro General Hospital and then incarcerated at Socorro County Detention Center on the charges of child abuse, assault, aggravated assault, and battery on a peace officer.
An officer was called at 4:41 p.m. to Sixth and Wal Street in reference to a pedestrian being hit by a vehicle. The officer arrived and met with the pedestrian who stated she was crossing the intersection, and when the driver of the vehicle saw her in the street, the vehicle then drove on, striking her at a low speed. She requested a report be generated.
An officer was dispatched to Quick and Easy Auto for a burglary. The officer met with the victim who said she saw a male inside her vehicle who then fled on foot. The officer located the male, who was placed into handcuffs. The female said nothing was missing from her vehicle. The officer released the male and burglary charges were filed.
An officer was dispatched to the 1100 block of El Camino Real for vandalism on a vehicle. The officer met with a female who showed the officer a small amount of dried liquid on her vehicle. She said she thought another resident at the apartment complex spilled something on it.
An officer was called at 7:16 p.m. to a residence on Main Street on a report of a vehicle broken into. The victim claimed his interlock was damaged when his vehicle was broken into. The officer checked the vehicle and did not notice any damage consistent with a break-in. The officer did, however, notice damage to the wiring of the interlock.
An officer was called to the 400 block of Eaton Avenue in reference to a female wanting to make a report. The officer met the victim, who stated she had left property in her vehicle and had now noticed the items missing. The victim stated the last time she saw the items in the car was approximately two days prior. The value of the stolen property was approximately $700.
An officer responded to Walmart where a male was in the men’s room for several hours. A check with NCIC showed he had a warrant for his arrest. He was arrested and a search turned up drugs on his person. He was incarcerated at Socorro County Detention Center on the warrant, as well as being in possession of a controlled substance.
An officer was called at 8:43 a.m. to the 300 block of Faulkner in reference to a stolen vehicle. The officer met with the reporting person, who stated he takes care of the property for his friend and that sometime overnight somebody took a vehicle from the property. He provided the officer with contact information for the owner’s power of attorney. The vehicle was entered into NCIC as stolen.
An officer was called at 5:59 p.m. to the vicinity of California and Highway 85 where a male was walking amidst traffic. The male was known to have a warrant for his arrest, and he was incarcerated at Socorro County Detention Center.
An officer was called to a residence in the 700 block of Reservoir Road in reference to a missing juvenile. The officer met with a female who said the reporting person was not home and provided the officer with a phone number for him. The officer contacted the reporting person, who stated he wanted to make a missing persons report on his niece. He said he dropped her off at a friend’s house and allowed her to stay there. A few days later he spoke with the friend, who said the niece left the home shortly after he dropped her off. He provided the officer with a description of his niece, and she was entered into NCIC as missing.
An officer was called to the 1100 block of El Camino Real for a larceny. The officer met with the victim, who stated the suspect borrowed a saw from him and has not returned it. The victim provided a name, and the officer located the possible suspect and escorted him to the victim’s residence. The victim informed the officer he was not the right person. He said the suspect was the male’s brother.
An officer was called at 12:44 p.m. to the 700 block of Butterfly in reference to a male needing to be removed. The reporting person stated she wanted her husband removed from the residence because he pushed her. The officer did not notice any signs of battery. The husband was removed and charged with battery against a household member.
An officer was called at 6:48 p.m. in response to a break-in. The officer met with the victim who said somebody entered his residence through a window and took a rifle, a muzzleloader and two pellet guns. The victim valued the items taken at $3,000 but was unable to provide serial numbers for the weapons.
An officer patrolling on California Street at 12:24 a.m. noticed a vehicle that appeared to be traveling at a high rate of speed. The officer positioned the patrol car behind the vehicle and paced it traveling 50 mph in a 35-mph zone. The vehicle was pulled over for speeding and during the stop, the officer informed the driver of smelling what could possibly be narcotics. The officer asked to be able to search the bags in the back seat, but the driver refused to give permission. The officer then asked the driver to open the car door to confirm the last four digits of the VIN of the vehicle. When the driver opened the door, the officer noticed what appeared to be a plastic baggie at the driver’s feet. The officer had the driver exit the vehicle and detained him. The driver was escorted to the officer’s vehicle, where he was informed he was being detained at this time until the plastic baggie was recovered from the vehicle. The driver admitted that narcotics were in the baggie. The officer informed the driver he was now under arrest and began conducting a tow inventory of the vehicle, which turned up a large quantity of narcotics. The officer called for a tow truck to tow the vehicle to the Socorro Police Department to secure it for a search warrant. The driver was transported to SCDC and booked on the charges of trafficking controlled substances, as well as speeding 11-15 over a construction zone, having no registration, and no proof of insurance. The next day the officer conducted a search warrant on the vehicle and recovered a large number of narcotics.
An officer was contacted at 4:20 a.m. by the chief of police and informed of an incident at a residence in the 800 block of Padilla. The officer contacted the victim who stated her son got angry about something and pointed a gun at her and her husband, threatening to shoot them. The son left in her husband’s vehicle without permission and said if they contacted the police he would come back and kill them. She said the son also stated if law enforcement attempted to pull him over, he would shoot them. The victim’s husband said he wanted to report his vehicle stolen due to telling him to not take it. A BOLO was issued to surrounding agencies, and the vehicle was entered into NCIC as stolen. Multiple charges of aggravated assault against a household member (with a deadly weapon) and robbery (with a deadly weapon, 1st offense) were filed.
An officer was called to Padilla in reference to a 911 open line, related to the above incident. The officer met with the victim who stated her son was at her residence and left before the officer’s arrival. The victim stated her husband was able to take a firearm away from the suspect. Officers patrolled the area and located the suspect and performed a traffic stop. The suspect was in a stolen vehicle, and officers were able to take the suspect into custody. The officer searched the vehicle and located a pair of pants. The officer located narcotics in the pocket of the pants. The victim was contacted and informed she could pick up her vehicle. When the victim arrived, she was asked who the pants belonged to. The victim stated the pants belong to the suspect. The officer recovered the firearm that was taken from the suspect. The suspect was transported to SCDC and booked on his charges.
An officer was dispatched to a residence in the 1100 block of Park Street for a battery. The officer met with a female who said she was struck by her son’s girlfriend. The officer spoke with the girlfriend who said she was pushed by her boyfriend’s mother, and she struck back in self-defense. The victim did not want to pursue charges. The mother was removed from the residence.
An officer was called to the 500 block of Calle Bonita for a burglary. The officer met with the victim who stated somebody had broken into her residence. She said she had noticed her TV stolen, along with multiple tools missing from her home, but she was not sure of everything that was taken. The victim provided the officer with the names of two possible suspects. The victim stated she would email the officer the full list of items taken.