The Blotter

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• An officer located and arrested a suspect on a bench warrant. The suspect was booked into the county jail.

• An officer stopped a suspect on California Street at 8 p.m. for a traffic violation. A National Crime Information Center check showed a revoked/suspended license with an arrest clause. The suspect was arrested and booked into the county jail.

• A Socorro police officer was dispatched to the Disabled American Veterans building on Fifth Street at 8:29 p.m. The officer located a highly intoxicated suspect in full public view. Officer placed the suspect under arrest for his safety and the safety of others. The suspect was booked into the county jail and incarcerated.

• At 2:30 a.m., an officer was dispatched to a Lopezville Road location where a victim reported an unknown suspect had damaged the sun roof on his vehicle while entering it. Several items from the vehicle were missing. The officer dusted the vehicle for fingerprints.

• A Magdalena victim came into the Socorro Police Department to report that she had lost her checkbook awhile ago and just noticed that someone had started using her checks. Victim reported she had closed her checking account. She showed the officer a stolen check in the amount of $117.41 that the bank had returned to her. The officer attempted to run a National Crime Information Center check on the driver's license written on the check, but the number was not valid.

• At 6:15 p.m., an officer was called to Sixth Street where a victim reported the basket and the light on her bicycle had been stolen.

• At 10:15 p.m., an officer observed a highly intoxicated suspect in full view on Spring Street. Officer placed the suspect under arrest for her own safety and the safety of others. The suspect was booked and incarcerated in the county jail.

• At 1:45 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the county jail. A victim advised the officer that during an altercation with the suspect, the suspect had grabbed the victim by the hair and pulled him to the ground. The officer viewed the video and noted that at no time was the person named by the victim seen touching the victim. Report listed as unfounded.

• An officer was dispatched to El Camino Restaurant at 7:40 p.m. because a victim was receiving unwanted calls from a caller using a private number. The suspect had left a voice message with contact information. The officer attempted to call the suspect, but the suspect repeatedly ended the calls.

• At 2:30 p.m., police responded to a call at a Harold Drive residence where a victim reported that an unknown suspect had entered the home and taken a 60-inch TV, an Xbox 360 and several games. The victim thought the burglar had entered through the back door which had not been locked. The officer entered the home through an open front door, and noted that the back door was locked. The officer photographed the scene. The officer then met with the rental company in town and obtained the serial number for the TV. An employee told the officer that the victim was behind on payments since August.

• A police officer was dispatched to a Chaparral Drive location at 12:45 a.m. where a victim reported that the suspect had started a fight with the victim. The officer noted signed of battery on the victim. The suspect was cited.

• At 2:30 p.m., an officer was called to a Sean Street address where a victim reported that a named suspect had battered him. The officer was not able to locate the suspect.

• At 3:04 p.m., a Spring Street resident called police to complain about a vicious dog running at large near her home. An officer located the dog, which approached the officer in an aggressive manner. The dog was caught and taken to the animal shelter. No contact was made with the owner of the dog.

• An Otero Street resident contacted police to report that her vehicle had been stolen. She was unable to provide any information on the vehicle other than a description.

• A deputy met with victim at his residence on State Route 1 in San Antonio. Victim said his tool shed and vehicle had been broken into and named a suspect. Victim contacted the sheriff's department to report that he had recovered one of the stolen items from a different suspect. The deputy met with the second suspect who said that the first suspect had given him the stolen item. The deputy met with the first suspect who said that he had given the second suspect some tools about a year ago, but the item in question was not something he had given him.

• The sheriff's department was notified that a crash had occurred on Sept. 1 on Community Road in Polvadera. Both vehicles had entered a curve in the roadway at the same time and crashed into each other. The reporting officer was unable to determine which driver was at fault.

• A deputy was dispatched to N.M. 169 in Alamo because of a report that a man lying in the roadway had been run over. Passing motorists had found the victim in the roadway. One of the motorists had moved the victim out of the roadway, but the man had apparently returned to the roadway and had been run over by a named suspect. The deputy met with the suspect who said he had tried to avoid the victim, but had run over his ankle, and afterward had tried to contact Navajo Tribal Police. The victim was transported to the hospital by helicopter.

• A deputy was dispatched to Adobe Road in Veguita at 4:30 p.m. regarding a domestic dispute. The victim said her ex-boyfriend had come to her residence to visit their son, but had threatened to shoot her and her current boyfriend. The suspect left, but returned and threatened the victim further, and, as he was leaving, threw a rock at her. The deputy did not meet with the suspect.

• A deputy met with the driver involved in a single-vehicle roll over on the east frontage road in Socorro at 12:05 p.m. The driver was transported to the hospital, and the vehicle was towed from the area.

• A deputy was dispatched to a structure fire on El Centro Road in Veguita at 8:40 p.m. The fire chief present at the scene named a suspect who had been burning a large pile of debris without first contacting the fire dept. or running water on hand to put out the fire. The deputy issued the suspect a citation to appear in court.

• A deputy stopped at a vehicle parked on the side of the northeast frontage road in Socorro at 10:00 p.m. The deputy detected an odor of alcoholic beverage emitting from the vehicle and the driver. The driver failed the field sobriety test, and was arrested and transported to the Socorro Police Department for a breath test and Socorro General Hospital for a blood alcohol test. The driver was then incarcerated at the county jail.

• A deputy was dispatched to a residence on Midway Road in Lemitar at 7:30 a.m. Victims stated that unknown suspects had forcibly entered the residence and taken medication, personal records, knives and games. The victim named some possible suspects.

• At 8:48 a.m., deputies responded to a crash at Mile Marker 156 on Interstate 25. The driver had lost control of his vehicle when he encountered water on the roadway and hit the guardrail. The vehicle sustained heavy damage. No citations were issued.

• Two drivers stopped at a sheriff's department checkpoint on N.M. 304 in Veguita between 5:31 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. were found to be driving with suspended/revoked licenses. The drivers were arrested and transported to the county jail.

• A deputy was dispatched to a fire at a Gillardo Avenue location in Veguita. The deputy ran a check and found that the license plate on the truck at the scene had been stolen. The suspect said someone brought the truck in so he could do some mechanical work on it.