The following items were taken from reports at the Socorro Police Department
An officer was called at 9:56 p.m. to the intersection of California and Wal Street in reference to a crash between a bicycle and a vehicle. The driver of the vehicle stated she did not see anybody in the roadway and all of a sudden somebody hit her vehicle. The male on the bike stated he attempted to cross all lanes of traffic and struck the vehicle.
An officer was called at 10:34 a.m. to the 200 block of Neel in reference to damage to a vehicle. The officer met with the reporting person who stated he was working on a vehicle due to the exhaust being cut. He stated he believes the damage happened approximately a year ago but was not noticed due to the vehicle not being driven.
An officer was called at 9:53 a.m. to the 1200 block of Main Street in reference to harassment. The victim stated she was receiving unwanted text messages from the suspect and just wanted them to stop. The officer met with the suspect and advised him to stop sending messages to the victim.
Officers were dispatched at 11:37 p.m. to Holiday Inn Express for a possible squatter. Officers were shown a room with several bags of clothing and other items. The officer called back a short time later and met with the male who was run through NCIC which came back with a valid warrant for his arrest. He was placed in handcuffs. The officer grabbed the male’s belongings and noticed a firearm in a bag the male was carrying. The officer knew he was a convicted felon and was charged with owning a firearm; criminal trespass; criminal damage to property; and falsely obtaining services, as well as the warrant and he was incarcerated at Socorro County Detention Center.
An officer was dispatched to the 700 block of California for a possible domestic. The female victim said her boyfriend threw something and struck her in the face, and then took her child. The officer was advised of the child not being the boyfriend’s child. She did not show any signs of battery and said she did not want to file charges against her boyfriend. The officer located the male, who said he threw a ring at his girlfriend but did not think he had hit her. The woman’s child was taken from the male and given back to the mother.
An officer was called at 12:15 a.m. to a residence in the 1100 block of Cuba Road in reference to a female wanting a male removed from the property. The reporting person told the officer she is in the process of getting a protection order against her boyfriend. She stated her ex-boyfriend refuses to leave the residence. The officer informed her that he can not be removed from the residence due to him living there for an extended period of time.
An officer met with a female at 5:29 p.m. who said she was groped by a male and she wanted to make a report on the incident. The officer located the male who said he met with her and she started crying over a family member who passed away a few years earlier. He said he hugged her but did not touch her inappropriately. Charges of Battery were filed.
An officer was dispatched at 1:52 p.m. to the Verizon store on Highway 85 for an unruly customer. The victim said the customer threw his phone across the room breaking the phone. The victim also stated she could see a firearm in the vehicle. The customer left without further incident.
An officer was called at 10:49 a.m. to the 900 block of School of Mines in reference to a female wanting to report a theft. The victim stated somebody went into her apartment and took $500 from her purse. Officer did not notice any signs of forced entry.
An officer met with a complainant at 11:06 a.m. who said she had left her keys on the bumper after taking groceries from her vehicle but then her daughter drove off in the vehicle before she got the keys from the bumper. She wanted to make a report on the keys in case anyone found them.
Officer called at 8:52 p.m. to the 400 block of Blue Canyon Road in reference to a vehicle burglary. The victim stated her vehicle was broken into while it was parked on West Place, and multiple medications were taken. The officer did not locate any signs of forced entry to the vehicle.
An officer was patrolling in the area of California and Baca and noticed a male matching the description of a suspect from an earlier report. The officer met with the male who refused to provide identification when asked and he was detained. The officer was able to locate a New Mexico ID card in his wallet and his information was run through NCIC, which showed an active warrant for this arrest. The male was transported to SCDC where he was booked on his warrant.
An officer was advised by dispatch at 6:06 a.m. of a female wanting to make a report on possible stalking on Second Street. The reporting person stated a male has been spotted lighting her residence and walking to the back side of her residence. The reporting person stated she wants the incidents documented.
An officer was called at 8:36 p.m. to the Socorro Police Department to contact a female about a theft. The female stated her wallet was taken out of her vehicle sometime in March 2022. She said she has received messages from Citibank trying to change her security information. She stated she does not have an account with Citibank and requested the incident be documented.
An officer was called at 6:37 p.m. to the 900 block of Liles in reference to stolen firearms. The victim who stated he has had the suspect living with him and believes she took them while he was gone. The suspect arrived and was questioned about the firearms. She denied taking the firearm at first but then conceded she took the firearms out of fear due to the victim having dementia. The suspect then turned over one of the firearms taken from the victim. She was placed under arrest and transported to SCDC where she was booked on her charges. The officer was advised by the victim he no longer wanted to pursue charges.
Officers were called at 7 p.m. to the 100 block of McCutcheon in reference to trespassers. The officer met with two individuals. The male was identified and allowed to leave the property. Officers met with the female who was identified. Officers were informed by dispatch of the female having an active warrant for her arrest. She transported her to SCDC where she was booked on her warrant.
An officer was called at 6:51 p.m. to the 500 block of Halstead in reference to battery. The victim stated she was in her residence when the suspect entered and pushed her to the ground. She stated she was able to get away from the suspect and secure herself in her vehicle. The suspect was charged with battery.
An officer was called at 5:36 p.m. to a residence in the 500 block of Bullock in reference to harassment. The reporting person stated she has been getting harassed by the friends of a female that got into a physical altercation with her son. She showed the officer her call log of the females calling her and stated they are constantly driving past her residence. The officer contacted the suspect who denied everything.
An officer was called at 8:51 a.m. to the 700 block of Bagley for a burglary. The victim stated he was gone from his residence for approximately one hour and when he returned he noticed his medications missing from his residence.
An officer was called at 5:33 p.m. to the Socorro Police Department to meet with a male in reference to fraud. The victim told the officer he was informed by his credit card company of a loan that was taken out in December 2017 without his knowledge.
An officer answered a domestic violence call from the 800 block of Calvin at 9 a.m. The victim stated she has been getting abused by her boyfriend for years and is now tired of it. The victim stated there was an incident that occurred where the suspect knocked her down to the ground and would not let her get up for three hours, and threatened to beat her up if she did. She told officers of another incident where the suspect choked her from behind with both hands and threatened to kill her, then threw her to the ground and continued to choke her. The officer spoke with the victim’s child who stated he was abused by his father who hit him in the face multiple times and had his face stepped on by his father. The child also stated he was present when his father would not let his mother off the floor. While speaking with the victim the officer noticed signs of battery. The suspect was charged with aggravated assault against a household member (while trying to commit some other felony); false imprisonment; child abuse; and aggravated battery against a household member-did not cause serious injury, but injury could have very likely occurred.
An officer was called at 5:34 p.m. to the 600 block of La Mesa in reference to a female wanting to make a report. The reporting person stated she wanted to document a chair being moved under a window on the outside of the residence, along with a screen being removed from the window. The reporting person stated she would also like patrols throughout the day.
An officer was called at 10:55 p.m. to a residence in the 500 block of Fifth Street where the reporting person stated he was sitting outside of his residence due to a vehicle being burglarized the night prior. He said he noticed a male walk past the vehicle and then crouch down and approach the vehicle. He yelled at the male and the male took off running. The reporting person stated he would like the incident documented and more patrols throughout the area.
Officers were attempting to locate a male with an active warrant for his arrest in the 1200 block of Main Street. Officers knew where the male lived and waited near the residence. At 5:30 p.m. officers saw the male in the residence and entered and placed the male under arrest. He was booked on his warrant and also charged with possession of a controlled substance.
An officer was called at 9:55 p.m. to the 200 block of Peralta on a report of an attempted stabbing with a screwdriver. The victim explained that the suspect was outside his residence and he walked outside to see what she wanted. She then got angry with him due to her wanting narcotics and him not having any. He said she reached over the fence and attempted to stab him with a screwdriver. The victim provided a description and the officer located a female matching the description and detained her. The officer took the suspect to the victim so he could identify her. The suspect was identified by the victim as the one who tried to stab him and she was transported to Socorro General Hospital for medical clearance. She was not cleared for incarceration and released. Charges of aggravated assault were filed.
An officer was dispatched to a residence in the 900 block of School of Mines for a burglary. The victim stated several items were taken from her residence but did not have serial numbers for any of the missing items. No suspect at the time of the report.
An officer was patrolling at 11:27 p.m. in the 100 block of N. California and noticed a male known to have an active warrant for his arrest sitting in a parked vehicle. The officer met with him and placed him in cuffs. He asked the officer to retrieve his phone from the vehicle. The officer met with a passenger who was identified and was also placed under arrest for an active warrant. While conducting a tow inventory of the vehicle, a handgun was noticed sticking out from behind the steering wheel. As the officer was attempting to recover the firearm, a black pouch fell out from behind the steering wheel. On checking the bag, narcotics were found. The tow inventory was stopped, and the vehicle was sealed for a search warrant. The driver was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of a firearm by a felon, and both males were transported to SCDC and booked on their warrants.
An officer was called at 3:22 a.m. to the 1100 block of Chaparral in reference to possible child abuse. At the residence, the reporting person stated she was informed of her godchild being left at a house with heavy drug activity going on while the mother left. The reporting person told the officer she went to the residence and picked up the child. When she arrived at a family member’s residence, she noticed red markings on the child’s back and stomach. The reporting person showed the officer the bruises. Officer contacted SCI and made a CPS report. The child was transported to the Socorro Police Department where she was checked by EMS. The child was transported to Socorro General Hospital for a more thorough exam and then was released back to officers. A CYFD worker arrived and the officer gave custody of the child to CYFD.
An officer was called to the Econolodge in reference to a domestic. The officer met with the reporting person who stated they got into town and her boyfriend began arguing with her about money. She stated the argument got physical as the suspect knocked her to the ground and covered her nose and mouth, almost causing her to lose consciousness. Signs of battery were noticed on the victim. The suspect denied all allegations. He was placed under arrest and transported to SCDC where he was booked on the charges of Aggravated battery against a household member-Did not cause serious injury, but injury could have very likely occurred; and False imprisonment.