The Blotter (12/08/2012)

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New Mexico State Police, District 11
Nov. 21
• Officers assisted a fire department on state Road 51 about 1:09 a.m. No report was taken.
• An officer responded to an accident without injuries on Interstate 25 about 7:24 a.m. A report was taken.
• An officer assisted a motorist on I-25 about 6:06 p.m.
• An officer assisted a motorist on I-25 about 6:42 p.m.
• An officer assisted a motorist about 11:42 p.m. on I-25.

Nov. 22
• An officer performed a welfare check at a location on Highway 116. No report was taken.
• An officer responded to an erratic driver on I-25 about 7:33 p.m. No report was taken.

Nov. 23
• An officer responded to an accident without injuries about 7:41 a.m. on I-25 near mile marker 75 south. A report was taken.
• An officer arrested someone at Ash and Third about 4:22 p.m.
• An officer responded to a general assault at the Socorro County jail. No report was taken.

Nov. 24
• An officer responded to Petrita Avenue and took a report about someone being threatened.
• An officer responded to an erratic driver about 8:12 p.m. on I-25. No report was taken.
• An officer assisted a motorist about 9:17 p.m. on I-25.

Nov. 25
• An officer responded to a suspicious person call about 11:28 a.m. on I-25. No report was taken.
• An officer responded to a domestic violence call about 1:29 p.m. on U.S. 380. No report was taken.
• An officer assisted a motorist about 4:02 p.m. on I-25.
• An officer assisted a motorist about 8:11 p.m. on I-25.
• Officers assisted the fire department on U.S. 60 about 11:30 p.m.

Magdalena Marshal’s Office
Nov. 18
• About 3 p.m. an officer took a report of identity theft. The case is ongoing.

Nov. 21
• About 1 p.m. an officer was called to a residence on Las Tuzes in reference to a burglary. Several tools, including a welder, had been stolen. The reporting party said the items were missing over several days. The case is an open investigation.
• About 6:40 p.m. an officer took a report of an accident on U.S. Highway 60 near mile marker 119. The driver of a vehicle struck a Christmas tree that had fallen off another vehicle.

Nov. 27
• About 2:30 p.m. an officer took a report of a stolen bicycle from Forest Road 354. The reporting party said he parked his bike near the roadway and then walked on the hill. A truck came by and the occupants took the bike but the reporting party could not catch the truck. The case is open.

Nov. 29
• About 8:08 p.m. officers were called to the Magdalena Schools where a male subject was shooting outside the cafeteria at a basketball game. The male subject was arrested and taken to the Marshal’s Office. The weapon was wanted in a capital murder in Houston. The subject was taken to Bernalillo County Detention Center. Charges have been filed by the Juvenile Probation Office.

Nov. 30
• About 12:47 p.m. an officer was called to the intersection of Kelly Road and U.S. 60 reference to an accident. One driver made a U-turn in front of a second vehicle. The first vehicle was hit broadside, and both vehicles were damaged.

Dec. 2
• About 7:45 a.m. an officer was called to mile marker 120 on U.S. 60 on an accident with injuries. One male subject was transported to Albuquerque for treatment of his injuries.

Dec. 3
• About 8 a.m. an officer was called to the Golden Spur Bar on a complaint of criminal damage to property. The suspect was caught on film and will be facing several charges.
• About 9 a.m. an officer was called to the Magdalena Schools where the schools had been locked down. A teacher reported her daughter received threats from a boyfriend. The case was shown to be unfounded with assistance from New Mexico State Police in Quemado.
• About 1 p.m. an officer was called to a residence on Oak Street where two children were taken into custody. The two children had been abandoned by their mother. The state Children, Youth and Families Department was called to assist.

Socorro County Sheriff’s Office
April 16
• A deputy met with a Socorro man about 5 p.m. regarding an issue that was ongoing since January 2011. The man said he was in the process of divorcing the suspect, who had burned all his belongings, including the title of a trailer belonging to him. The man learned that his ex obtained a new title, using the old title, in her name and possibly forged his name in order to change ownership. The deputy advised the man that it is possibly a civil matter to be addressed in civil court.

Oct. 24
• A deputy met with Socorro Electric Cooperative regarding an issue that was ongoing since Sept. 26. The deputy learned that the suspect had placed copper jumpers on the electric meter at his home on the 200 block of Gardenia in Veguita. The jumpers were removed and turned over to the co-op. The co-op charged the suspect for the usage, a fine which was imposed.
• A deputy met with SEC regarding an issue that was ongoing since Oct. 9. The deputy learned that the suspects had placed copper jumpers on the electric meter at their home on the 900 block of state Highway 304 in Veguita. The jumpers were removed and turned over to the co-op. The co-op charged the suspects for the usage, a fine which was imposed.
• A deputy met with SEC regarding an issue that was ongoing since Oct. 16. The deputy learned that the suspect had placed copper jumpers on the electric meter at her home on the 30 block of Polvadera Road in Polvadera. The jumpers were removed and turned over to the co-op. The co-op charged the suspect for the usage.