The following items were taken from reports at the Socorro Police Department
An officer was dispatched at approximately 9:26 a.m. to meet with the manager of Dollar Tree in reference to two individuals who were attempting to walk out with unpaid merchandise. The manager told the officer the suspect passed through the checkout and was attempting to walk out with the merchandise in his pockets. The merchandise was valued at a total of $13.36. The officer asked the suspect if he had any intention of paying for the items. When the suspect did not answer, the officer asked if he had any money to pay for the items. He said he did not. The suspect was transported, given a non-traffic citation and released.
An officer was called at 3:15 p.m. to the Socorro Police Department to meet with a female in the lobby. The female victim wanted to report verbal abuse by her husband. She stated she just wanted to document the incident.
An officer was called at 5:43 p.m. to Dollar General for a suspected shoplifting. The officer met with the reporting person who said a couple and their children entered the store and began placing merchandise in their pockets. She is unsure what was taken but would like the female trespassed from the store.
An officer was called to the 500 block of Nicholas Avenue where someone stole packages from the victim’s front porch. The victim stated there was also a piece of mail left on his property.
An officer was called at 10:51 a.m. to the 300 block of McCutcheon. The officer arrived and met with the reporting person who stated she allows her neighbors to park in her parking area near her residence. She then showed the officer a vehicle that was parked right up against her residence. The officer met with the neighbor who agreed to move the vehicle.
An officer was called to Magistrate Court for a male needing to be arrested. The officer was provided with a valid warrant for the male. He was placed under arrest and transported to the SCDC and booked on his warrant.
An officer was called at 5:57 p.m. to Dollar General where the reporting person stated a couple and their children entered the store and began placing merchandise in their pockets. She stated she is unsure what was taken but would like the female trespassed from the store.
An officer was called to the Socorro City Yard in reference to stolen property. The officer met with the reporting person, who stated when he arrived, he noticed catalytic converters removed from multiple vehicles. He was unsure of when the catalytic converters were taken.
An officer was called at 2:54 p.m. to meet with a male at the police station. The victim stated he placed his lockbox in a shopping cart while he was at the store. He left and forgot the lockbox in the cart. When he returned, it was gone. The officer reviewed the security camera video but was unable to make out who took the lockbox.
An officer was called at 8:18 p.m. to an alarm going off at Dollar General. On arrival, the officer found the door unlocked. The officer cleared the building, and a worker arrived and allowed the officer to review the video, which showed the suspect entering the building and attempting to purchase items. When the suspect noticed nobody was in the building, she shoplifted alcohol. Charges were filed.
An officer was dispatched at 6:49 p.m. to an apartment on Walkway for a burglary. The victim showed the officer her belongings were thrown everywhere in the apartment. The officer noticed a window that was the possible point of entry. The victim was unable to give the officer a list of missing items and told the officer she could provide a list at a later time.
An officer pulled a vehicle over at 11:14 p.m. for speeding on California Street. The male was found to have a suspended/revoked driver’s license. He was arrested, and a tow inventory was performed. The officer found drugs in the vehicle. The vehicle was towed, and the male was incarcerated at Socorro County Detention Center on the charges of possession of a controlled substance and driving on a suspended/revoked license.
An officer was dispatched at 7:04 p.m. to an apartment complex on Walkway for a battery. On arrival, the officer noticed a female bleeding from the head. She was being uncooperative and did not want to speak with officers. The officer spoke with several witnesses who wanted to remain anonymous, although a male said he had a handgun pointed at him and advised the officer of the suspects’ names. The incident was staffed with the district attorney who said no charges could be filed due to uncooperative witnesses.
An officer was dispatched at 3:13 p.m. to a residence on Mt. Carmel for possible squatters. The officer arrived and searched the residence but did not locate anyone.
An officer was dispatched to a residence in the 1500 block of Fatima on the report of a battery. The officer met with a female, who said she was pushed by her son during an argument. The son had left the area before the officer’s arrival. The female said he did not want to pursue charges.
An officer was called to the 800 block of Leroy Place in reference to an altercation. The officer arrived and met with the reporting person, who stated he had a party that was broken up earlier by the police, but some younger individuals refused to leave. He stated he was trying to remove the individuals when his friend was struck in the face with a handgun. The officer spoke with the victim who said while he was assisting his friend, a male ran up and struck him in the face with a handgun. The reporting person also stated his room was rummaged through and some of his property was taken and damaged.
An officer was dispatched at 6:16 p.m. to the side of the road for an unresponsive female on Bagley Street. The officer and EMTs started to treat the female but she became aggressive and started to push another female, who was present during the incident. The officer advised the female she was going to jail for battery, and she tried to pull away from the officer. She was charged with battery, disorderly conduct, and resisting an officer and was incarcerated at Socorro County Detention Center.
An officer was dispatched at 11 a.m. to a residence on Tierra Bonita for property damage. The officer met with the victim, who said a female driver hit his fence. He said she agreed to fix the fence, but he has not heard back from her since. The victim requested a report on the incident.
An officer was dispatched at 2 p.m. to the 500 block of Leroy Place for an order of protection. The officer met with a female, who said her ex-husband had driven by her residence several times. The officer did not locate the male in the area.
An officer was dispatched to Good Sam’s assisted living facility for an attempted theft. The officer met with a case worker, who said a male tried to take a bracelet off another patient. Both parties were incoherent. The officer advised the staff a report would be made on the incident.
An officer was called at 7:39 p.m. to the 400 block of Sixth Street in reference to a stolen firearm. The officer met with the reporting person, who stated he had a firearm taken from his residence along with other items. The reporting person was advised to have the victim contact the Socorro Police Department to make the report for the stolen weapon. The victim contacted the officer and made the report. The reporting person said his stolen items were retrieved from the suspect, but the firearm was not returned.
An officer was dispatched to the Socorro Soil & Water Conservation District office for damage to a vehicle. The officer was shown where a catalytic converter had been cut from a vehicle. There were cameras in the area, but the location of the vehicle was out of camera range.
An officer was called to a residence on Duggins Lane in reference to an unresponsive female. The officer arrived at the same time as EMS. EMTs were unable to locate any signs of life. OMI arrived and conducted their investigation. Daniels Funeral Home took possession of the female.
An officer was dispatched at 7:48 p.m. for a vehicle that hit a fence on Fifth Street. While en route, the officer was advised that the driver fled on foot. When the officer arrived, the male suspect walked back to the location. The officer questioned him, and he claimed he was not driving, but a witness placed him as the driver of the vehicle. The officer noticed signs of intoxication, and the driver was placed into handcuffs and transported to Socorro Police Department, where he took standard field sobriety tests. After the tests were completed, he was asked to give a breath sample, but he refused. He was taken to Socorro General Hospital and then incarcerated at Socorro County Detention Center on the charges of aggravated driving while under the influence (refusal to submit blood or breath), and not providing a driver’s license.
An officer was called to College Avenue in reference to a juvenile being battered. The officer met with the first victim who stated a female hit her. The second victim stated a female also hit him. The victims pointed to the suspect running away. The officer was able to chase after the suspect and take her into custody. The second victim said she also damaged his mother’s vehicle. The registered owner arrived and advised the officer she wanted to press charges against the female. The suspect was transported to SCDC where she was booked on charges of battery, criminal damage to property, and resisting/obstructing an officer.
An officer received a BOLO at 7:43 p.m. for a possible intoxicated male driving a red vehicle on Interstate 25. The officer spotted the vehicle swerving over the fog line and pulled it over at mile marker 151. Signs of intoxication were observed on the driver and standard field sobriety tests were administered. After probable cause was determined the male was arrested for DWI. Breath samples were .19 and .19. He was incarcerated at Socorro County Detention Center on his charges, which included driving on a suspended/revoked license.
An officer was patrolling on California Street at 11 p.m. and pulled over a vehicle without a license plate. The driver was unable to provide any paperwork for the vehicle. The officer ran the VIN number through NCIC, which came back clear. The officer informed the driver the vehicle was going to be towed and allowed him to grab his belongings from it. While the driver was grabbing his items from the vehicle, the officer observed a clear plastic container with a crystal-like substance in it. The officer took the plastic container, believed to contain a narcotic. The driver was placed under arrest and during the search of his person, more narcotics were found. He was transported to SCDC where he was booked on the charges of possession of a controlled substance, driving on a suspended/revoked license, and no registration for the vehicle.