An officer took a report at 10 a.m. where a juvenile female was dropped off in Magdalena by her parents and abandoned. The female was located and a report was sent to New Mexico Children, Youth and Families for assistance.
An officer took a report at 9 a.m. of Social Security Fraud. A Social Security check was re-directed and someone other than the victim deposited the check in this case. The Inspector General’s Office has been notified for assistance in finding a suspect.
An officer arrested a male subject at 3:21 p.m. on Highway 169 where he was driving on a revoked license. The subject was booked into the Socorro County jail.
Officers from Magdalena and New Mexico State Police arrested at 9 a.m. a male subject who battered his girlfriend with a small child present. The subject broke into the residence and battered her a second time. That was when officers arrived and took the subject into custody. The make subject was taken to the Socorro County Detention Center on several charges.
An officer was called at 2:05 p.m. to attempted suicide at the Magdalena Schools. A 14 year-old juvenile female was transported to Socorro General Hospital for evaluation.
An officer took a report of credit card fraud from a local resident at 1 p.m. The case took place out of state and the case was assisted by Michigan law enforcement.
An officer arrested two juveniles at the Magdalena Schools at 1 p.m. where the two were distributing controlled substances. The two subjects were charged and turned over to Juvenile Probation and Parole.
An officer, with the help of Winston’s Auto, removed a stuck semi and trailer from the intersection of Highway 169 and Highway 60 due to snow and ice.
An officer responded at 11:15 a.m. to a single vehicle rollover at mile marker 21 on Highway 169. New Mexico Game and Fish assisted the Marshal’s office with Navajo Police to remove the vehicle from the side of the roadway. There were no reported injuries.
An officer picked up a male subject at 9:20 a.m. and transported him to Socorro General. He was off his medications and fighting with family members in Magdalena. The subject was then transported to Albuquerque.
An officer arrested two males at 11 a.m. from the Fine Arts building where a class was being held by the U.S. Forest Service. The two were drinking vodka in a McDonald’s cup and snorting crushed pills during the class. One of the subjects had an outstanding arrest warrant. Both were booked into the Socorro County Detention Center.