â€¢ An officer contacted a suspect at Amazon Printing on Sixth Street at 1 p.m. A check with the National Crime Information Center showed an outstanding warrant. The officer arrested the suspect and booked him into the Socorro County Detention Center.
â€¢ A person residing on Center Street contacted police about a suspect who was making rude comments over the phone. The phone number was traced to the suspect's mother. An officer contacted the suspect who denied making the calls. The suspect was advised to stop calling the victim.
â€¢ A police officer was called to Elias Baca Street at 4 a.m. The victim and the suspect were both at a party at the location when an altercation broke out. During the altercation, the victim's vehicle window was broken. Several individuals were cited.
â€¢ A police officer was dispatched to Socorro General Hospital at 6:30 p.m. to meet with a dog bite victim. The suspect living at the same address on El Camino Real advised the officer that the victim had startled the puppy when it was asleep and it had bitten the victim.
â€¢ Socorro police were contacted at 3:40 p.m. by a victim living on Eaton Avenue who reported a suspect was using his water. The victim did not want to pay for the suspect's use of his water, so he had it turned off. The suspect came to the victim's house asking about the water and became upset, kicking the victim as the suspect was walking away.
â€¢ At 10:03 p.m., an officer was dispatched to WalMart to respond to an assault incident. A victim reported the suspect had pulled up and then yelled at him. The suspect then pulled up his shirt, revealing a gun, and threatened to kill the victim. The suspect left the area when WalMart managers came outside. An officer located the suspect, but did not find any weapon. The suspect was cited for assault.
â€¢ A police officer was called to a California Street location at 12:10 a.m. The victim reported the suspect had grabbed her by the neck and then threatened the life of the victim's son if her son did not return the suspect's gun. The officer contacted the suspect later who denied the allegations. The suspect was cited for battery. This citation is the suspect's second involving a gun.
â€¢ At 9:30 a.m. a victim reported to police that a suspect had driven by his home on Melody Loop yelling and displaying obscene gestures at him. The victim said this report was the second involving this suspect. The victim did not want to file charges against the suspect. He requested that an officer contact the suspect and tell him to stop bothering him.
â€¢ A officer was sent to the Socorro County Detention Center to serve an inmate with an outstanding warrant.
â€¢ At 9:50 p.m., an officer was called to the scene of a fight. A victim stated he went to his neighbors' house on Ivy Street to pick up his wife when the suspect and four others began fighting with him and his wife. The suspect said he was attempting to protect his father because the victim was intimidating him, and then the victim and his wife started a fight. All involved were issued citations.
â€¢ A complainant called in a report at 10:50 p.m. about two broken windows noted on a victim's work vehicle parked on California Street. No suspects were named. The estimated loss for both windows is $600.
â€¢ Police were dispatched at 4:10 a.m. to a victim's house on Otero Street. The victim stated that an unknown suspect or suspects had entered his residence on Otero Street and stolen a laptop computer and 100 DVDs. There were no signs of any forced entry.
â€¢ At 11:14 a.m., a Pie Town resident called police to a location on Sixth Street to report that his hand-held radio was either lost or had been stolen. The victim said the radio is worth $150.
â€¢ A complainant reported at 11:59 a.m. that a named suspect had been harassing her. The officer was unable to contact the suspect at the time of the report.
â€¢ An officer contacted a suspect on Park Street at 4:42 p.m. and a check with the National Crime Information Center showed an outstanding warrant. The suspect was arrested and booked into Socorro County Detention Center.
â€¢ An officer was called to Smith's grocery store at 10:30 p.m. A store video showed an unknown suspect shoplifting an 18-pack of beer. The officer attempted to locate the suspect.
â€¢ At 10:50 p.m., an officer investigating a shoplifting incident involving a silver-colored vehicle located a vehicle matching the description on Blue Canyon Road. The officer stopped the vehicle, and upon further investigation determined it was not the vehicle in question, but the officer did detect the smell of burning marijuana in the vehicle. The suspect had a plastic baggy with marijuana. The officer cited the suspect for possession of a controlled substance and confiscated the marijuana.
â€¢ An officer was called at 7:25 p.m. to a N.M. 60 location in Socorro to assist a Socorro County DWI compliance officer serve an outstanding warrant. The responding officer confirmed the outstanding warrant, arrested the suspect and transported him to the Socorro County Detention Center.
â€¢ An officer was dispatched at 2:39 p.m. to a domestic disturbance on N.M. 304 in Veguita. The officer met with the suspect, who was highly intoxicated. The officer learned that during an argument, the suspect had pushed the victim up against a water heater, and then had bitten the victim. The officer arrested the suspect and transported her to the Socorro County Detention Center. While en route to the jail, the suspect admitted biting the victim.
â€¢ An Abeytas Volunteer Fire Department volunteer contacted the Sheriff's Dept. at 9 a.m. to report unknown suspects had forced their way into the fire station by peeling back the exterior pro-panel sheet metal. The suspects then opened the fire truck's compartment doors and stole numerous items, including a generator, tools, gas cans and rescue saws.
â€¢ During a routine check of the National Crime Information Center, the officer at the scene of the Abeytas Fire Station incident learned that a witness at the scene had an outstanding Eddy County warrant. The officer arrested the witness and transported him to the Socorro County Detention Center.