The following items were taken from reports at the Socorro County Sheriff’s Department.
A man on Frontage Road reported at 11:30 a.m. that he found the license plate from his 2010 Dodge was missing. He did not know if it had been taken off or if it was lost.
A complainant in San Antonio reported at 2:15 p.m. that she learned that another woman, Suspect 1, had purchased items at Wal-Mart using a check belonging to her mother. The complainant stated she approached Suspect 1, who stated that another woman, Suspect 2, made her use this check at Wal-Mart. The officer met with the Wal-Mart employee and confirmed that it was Suspect 1, along with Suspect 2, who purchased items using the check belonging to the complainant’s mother. The officer has had not contact with Suspect 1, and a criminal complaint has been filed in Magistrate Court.
Three motorcycles were parked at the Roadrunner in Lemitar at 3:35 p.m. when a parked vehicle rolled backwards and ran into all three bikes. The driver stated that he had placed the vehicle in park before he exited. No enforcement action was taken. Private property.
A man in Socorro reported at 2 p.m. that a woman had taken a vehicle belonging to both him and her, and kept the vehicle hidden from him. She left for New York and he believed that she had taken then vehicle with her. But then he saw the vehicle in town and learned that she had rented it out. He was able to retrieve the vehicle.
A woman in Bosque reported at 2:10 p.m. that the suspects have numerous dogs and they are constantly barking at all hours of the day and night. She further stated that she is afraid the dogs will get out and attack her whenever she does yard work. The officer met with the neighbor who stated he had 40 dogs and had placed 20 in the back yard. He was advised of the complaint against him and was issued a citation to appear in court.
A woman in Veguita reported at 8:30 p.m. that she witnessed a man in her yard and it appeared he was removing something form the yard. She stated she learned that an air compressor was missing from the yard. She gave a description of the vehicle and said she knew where it was. The officer met with the man who denied taking anything from the woman’s yard. A check showed that he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to the detention center.
An officer made contact with the suspect at 3 p.m. at the Economy Inn in Socorro after it was learned he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest out of the state of Nevada. He was transported to the detention center.
A Veguita man reported at 4:20 p.m. that a woman was his roommate for approximately two weeks, and during that time he found that items started to come up missing. He stated that jewelry, credit cards, money and medication were missing. He cancelled his credit cards and called the woman’s family, who said they were going to return the jewelry. No contact with the suspect at time of report.
Vehicle number 2 was parked at Neel Avenue and Mt. Carmel. Suspect vehicle number 1 was southbound on Neel and crossed over the right painted edge lane and entered the paved shoulder area where vehicle number 2 was parked. Vehicle 1 struck vehicle 2 causing moderate damage to both vehicles. Enforcement action was taken.
A complainant in Pueblitos reported at 10 a.m. that the suspect’s dogs are running at large and that the dogs attacked and killed her dog. She stated that these dogs have attacked her dog in the past and saw two of the six dogs leaving her property today. This is when she found that her dog had been killed. The officer attempted to make contact with the dogs’ owner, but had negative contact this date.
A man on Sixth Street in Socorro reported at 1 p.m. that unknown suspects had entered a mobile home that he has on El Camino Real and took a television set and a VCR. Suspects made entry by breaking a window on the west side of the residence.
An officer was assisting Socorro police on a loud noise complaint on Liles Street at 11:30 p.m. and detected an odor of burnt marijuana emitting from a room where two subjects had just exited. The officer asked who had the marijuana and one of them pointed at the other. The officer attempted to speak to the suspect, who started to walk away. The suspect would not comply and started to resist. He was placed under arrest and transported to the detention center.
A vehicle was southbound on Interstate 25 at 4:07 p.m. and for some unknown reason it started to swerve, leaving the roadway at mile marker 137. At one point the vehicle entered a sideways rollover, causing heavy damage. The driver was transported to the hospital by ambulance.
A San Antonio man reported at 1 p.m. that he found that the license of his 1992 utility trailer was missing. His did not know if the plate fell off or if it was removed.
A woman from Veguita called the Sheriff’s Department at 11 a.m. and stated that she had a warrant for her arrest and would someone come out and arrest her. Two deputies met with the woman who was walking along San Lorenzo Road en route home. She was confronted and refused to stop. A check with NCIC confirmed that she had an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She became combative when told she was under arrest, and she had to be restrained. She was then transported to the detention center.
An officer was called at 3:11 p.m. to assist State Police on San Lorenzo Road in Veguita. At the scene the State Police officer had three suspects in custody and a vehicle with possible stolen items. The officer found the name of a possible victim and contacted her. A neighbor had checked on the home and found that it had been broken into. The suspects were placed under arrest and transported to the detention center.
An officer reported at 4:30 p.m. that the suspect had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. The man was located on Jacinto Road in Veguita. He was placed under arrest and was transported to the detention center.
A detention center officer reported at 8 a.m. that a woman had brought controlled substances into the jail and attempted to give them to an inmate. The inmate refused the substance and the suspect exited the jail area and passed off the substance. Investigation in progress at time of report.
A vehicle driven by a Socorro man was westbound on New Mexico Tech’s Canyon Road at 4:30 a.m. The driver stated he took his eyes off the roadway and lost control. The vehicle exited the roadway and rolled over onto its right side, causing moderate damage to its entire right side. No enforcement action was taken.
A student at Socorro High School reported at 11:54 a.m. that he and another student were in a golf cart when the suspect, another student, threw a large rock at them. The rock struck a fence directly in front of the cart almost striking both victims. The officer obtained witness statement from other school staff. The suspect was taken to the office and escorted of campus.
A woman in Escondida reported at 5:25 p.m. that another woman called her by phone and verbally harassed her. She stated that she would file an order of protection with El Puente. The officer had no contact with the suspect, who resides in Flagstaff, Ariz.
A San Antonio woman reported at 8:30 p.m. that she found that someone had entered her residence and vandalized her property. Her belongings were strewn throughout the bedroom and her hat was stomped on and smashed. Speakers were also thrown to the floor. She did not believe anything was taken and gave the name of a possible suspect.
A Polvadera man reported at 4:50 p.m. that his home on Community Road had been burglarized. Entry was made by removing a window screen and forcing the window open. His stated that numerous tools had been taken, and provided a list.
A complainant in Bosque reported a missing person at 2:30 p.m. He said his son left with a friend three days ago and has not returned home. He stated that his missing son has a history of drugs and fears he may have become involved again. He does not know the name of the friend and referred to him as “Roger”. The missing person was entered into NCIC.
A woman at La Promesa Elementary School in Veguita reported at 9 a.m. that a juvenile had a small toy gun which possibly turns into a knife. The complainant met with the boy upon his arriving on a school bus. He was taken to an office where he produced the toy. He showed the woman and another staff member how to operate the toy. It was learned that when the firing pin is pushed forward a blade pops out the front of the toy. Juvenile Probation and Parole was contacted and advised of the incident. The boy was released to a parent. The toy was placed into evidence at the Sheriff’s Department.
A Lemitar man reported at 11 a.m. that unknown suspects had cut his fence, entered his property and had taken an aluminum pontoon. A red maroon truck was seen in the area at the time of theft.
A complainant at Socorro High School reported at noon that he learned that a student had a two bladed knife in his possession at the school. The officer and complainant met with the student, who produced the knife. He stated he did not know the knife was in his backpack and only found it when he was already in school. His parent was called to the school.
A Los Lunas man reported at 12:30 p.m. that someone entered his property at the west end of Polvadera Heights and took his home made trailer and a cement mixer. The cement mixer was on the trailer at the time of theft.
An officer pulled over a vehicle at 12:20 a.m. for a traffic violation in Luis Lopez. The driver was asked to exit the vehicle for field sobriety tests, and one test was administered but she refused any others. A male passenger became irate at the stop, and it was learned the woman had not consumed alcoholic beverages but may have taken medication prior to driving.