The Blotter (1/9/2013)

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Socorro County Sheriff’s Department
Dec. 3
• A Datil man reported the license plate missing from his utility trailer. He did not know if it was stolen or if it fell off.

Dec. 6
• A Socorro woman reported criminal damage to her vehicle about 10:10 p.m. She said after leaving her friend’s home on Kimball Street, she noticed her vehicle felt funny as she drove home. When she stopped to see what was the matter, she found two flat tires. Her father came to help her change the tires; after changing them, he noticed two clean cuts in the flat tires.

Dec. 7
• A Polvadera man reported someone came on his property and broke into his home and work shed, taking several items, including firearms, a red Honda generator and a Honda 2-inch pump. Deputies found tire tracks and footprints, and followed them to a residence a few doors away. Deputies obtained a search warrant but no stolen property was found at the residence.

Dec. 12
• A Polvadera man reported someone had pried open the door of a utility building on his property sometime between the evening of Dec. 11 and the afternoon of Dec. 12. The man was not aware of anything missing from the building. No suspects were identified as of the time of the report.

Dec. 13
• A deputy took a Socorro woman into custody per a 7th Judicial District Judge’s order to be incarcerated for a 28-day program.

Dec. 16
• A San Antonio woman reported about 3:05 p.m. that when she came home, she saw her neighbor’s dogs running toward the neighbor’s house. Upon entering her yard, she found her dog mauled and bleeding. She said she wrapped her dog in a blanket and put it in her truck, where it died. The neighbor was cited into court.

Dec. 17
• A deputy arrested an Alamo woman on three outstanding warrants from Socorro Magistrate Court: aggravated DWI, first offense; attempted breaking and entering; and aggravated DWI, second offense. She was processed and booked into the detention center pending a Magistrate Court hearing.

Dec. 19
• A deputy met with a Socorro man about 6:17 p.m. A National Crime Information Center check revealed a warrant for the man had been issued by Magistrate Court, so the deputy arrested the man.

New Mexico State Police District 11
Dec. 19
• An officer responded to a request to talk to an officer about 4:40 p.m. in Socorro.
• Officers responded to a domestic violence call about 5:45 p.m. in Magdalena.
• Officers made an arrest on Northwest Frontage Road about 6:08 p.m.

Socorro Police Department
Dec. 7
• A Socorro woman said she was selling a phone on Craigslist and received notification from PayPal of money being transferred. The woman shipped the phone but has not received payment. The victim contacted PayPal and was told by a representative no confirmation was sent by PayPal of money transferred.

Dec. 12
• A Socorro man reported a man was making threatening phone calls. The officer was not able to locate the suspect.
• A Socorro man was served with a warrant at the detention center.
• A Socorro woman reported an unknown male was in her yard about 4:30 p.m. She told the suspect police were being called and he fled in a gray car with an unknown object. The officer was unable to locate the suspect.
• A Socorro man reported that an Albuquerque man keeps making threatening calls to him, saying he will harm the victim and his family. The officer obtained a phone number for the suspect, but no contact was made. The officer left the suspect a message telling him to stop calling the victim.
• A Magdalena man was contacted at a disturbance on Alta Vista about 11:25 p.m. A National Crime Information Center check showed a valid warrant for the man’s arrest, so he was arrested and booked into the detention center.
• A Magdalena man refused to leave John Brooks grocery store about 2:15 p.m. During contact, the officer found two bottles of alcohol on the man. The John Brooks employee who reported the man said the man took the bottles from the store without paying. The man admitted he had not paid for the alcohol. He was arrested and booked into county jail.
• A Socorro man was stopped for an equipment violation about 5:41 p.m. The man provided the officer with a license requiring an ignition interlock device, but the officer noted there was no interlock device in the vehicle. The suspect said he couldn’t afford the interlock device. An NCIC check confirmed the man was to have an interlock device on the vehicle. He was arrested and booked into jail.

Dec. 13
• A Silver City woman stopped on a traffic violation had an odor of alcohol. She denied drinking. She was given a field sobriety test and failed; then she was arrested. She submitted two breath samples with results of .07 and .07 breath alcohol content. She was taken for a blood test and released.
• A Socorro man was picked up at the Adult Probation Office on an arrest order and jailed at the detention center.
• A Socorro man was arrested on a warrant about 8 p.m. on the 700 block of North California Street and was booked into county jail.

Dec. 14
• A Socorro man contacted on California Street for a traffic violation showed signs of intoxication, as well as admitted to being intoxicated. He was arrested and advised of implied consent. He agreed to a breath test, with results of .16. He was processed and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman reported an Albuquerque man was sending her text messages after she went on one date with him. She said the suspect continued to text her and other ex-family members. She provided the officer with a number for the suspect; the officer left a message for the suspect to stop contacting the victim.
• The manager of Walmart reported someone used counterfeit money at the store. The counterfeit money was turned over to police.
• A Socorro man reported his bank statement showed two unauthorized withdrawals from an ATM machine, for $40 and $100, at the Bank of America ATM on Dec. 6.
• An Oak Brook, Ill., man contacted for a traffic violation on California Street about 9:32 p.m. showed signs of intoxication. He was given field sobriety tests and arrested. He was advised of implied consent and refused testing. He was processed and booked into county jail.

Dec. 15
• A Socorro woman was contacted for a traffic violation on Nelson Place about 1:20 a.m. The officer obtained her name and date of birth and ran it through NCIC, but it did not return. An assisting officer met with the suspect to obtain information. As the woman removed her ID card, the officer saw a plastic bag with pills in it. The suspect did not have a valid prescription so she was cited into court.
• A Lemitar man contacted on the 1200 block of El Camino Real about 2:40 a.m. had a valid warrant, according to NCIC, so he was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man complained about 4 a.m. a San Antonio man continued to call him and make threats after being told to leave the Socorro man alone. The officer was unable to contact the San Antonio man for questioning at first. When dispatched to an altercation a few minutes later, the officer found the San Antonio man standing over two women on the ground and stomping on a purse. The suspect was yelling loudly in the street and approached officers. He was arrested. While in the patrol car, the suspect damaged the vehicle by spitting and kicking. The officer met with a second victim, a Socorro woman, who said the suspect struck her. The officer noted signs of battery on the woman. While the suspect was transported to the police department, he continued to kick and spit in the patrol vehicle and tried to spit on the officer. During processing, the suspect spit on the assisting officer. The suspect was processed and booked into the detention center.
• A Socorro man reported about 9 a.m. the San Antonio man from the previous entry was making verbal threats from inside the detention center about doing harm to the Socorro man and his family.
• A Socorro woman said when she was witnessing the suspect’s mother arguing with him, the suspect turned his attention to the woman and struck her on the side of her face with a shoe and left. When the suspect, a Socorro man, was located later, he said the argument was over a video game and the suspect denied striking the woman. He said the victim scratched his face. The victim did not show signs of battery, but charges were filed on the suspect.
• An officer checking on a disturbance by Abeyta and Sixth Street about 3:44 p.m. met with a Socorro man, who said he was separating a possible fight. As the man was leaving the scene, another Socorro man approached the first and struck him in front of the officer. The officer arrested the man and booked him into jail.
• A Socorro woman reported she and the suspect, a Socorro man, were arguing through text messages, then the suspect came to her location and battered her. The suspect denied the allegations when he was contacted, saying the victim battered him. He admitted going to her location and arguing through text messages. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

Dec. 16
• An officer responded to a domestic disturbance call about 10:20 p.m. on North Sixth Street. The woman reported the man battered her and punched a hole in the wall of the residence. The man reported the woman battered him and broke the window out of his vehicle. Both were arrested and booked into jail.

Socorro County Sheriff’s Department

Dec. 3
• A Datil man reported the license plate missing from his utility trailer. He did not know if it was stolen or if it fell off.

Dec. 6
• A Socorro woman reported criminal damage to her vehicle about 10:10 p.m. She said after leaving her friend’s home on Kimball Street, she noticed her vehicle felt funny as she drove home. When she stopped to see what was the matter, she found two flat tires. Her father came to help her change the tires; after changing them, he noticed two clean cuts in the flat tires.

Dec. 7
• A Polvadera man reported someone came on his property and broke into his home and work shed, taking several items, including firearms, a red Honda generator and a Honda 2-inch pump. Deputies found tire tracks and footprints, and followed them to a residence a few doors away. Deputies obtained a search warrant but no stolen property was found at the residence.

Dec. 12
• A Polvadera man reported someone had pried open the door of a utility building on his property sometime between the evening of Dec. 11 and the afternoon of Dec. 12. The man was not aware of anything missing from the building. No suspects were identified as of the time of the report.

Dec. 13
• A deputy took a Socorro woman into custody per a 7th Judicial District Judge’s order to be incarcerated for a 28-day program.

Dec. 16
• A San Antonio woman reported about 3:05 p.m. that when she came home, she saw her neighbor’s dogs running toward the neighbor’s house. Upon entering her yard, she found her dog mauled and bleeding. She said she wrapped her dog in a blanket and put it in her truck, where it died. The neighbor was cited into court.

Dec. 17
• A deputy arrested an Alamo woman on three outstanding warrants from Socorro Magistrate Court: aggravated DWI, first offense; attempted breaking and entering; and aggravated DWI, second offense. She was processed and booked into the detention center pending a Magistrate Court hearing.

Dec. 19
• A deputy met with a Socorro man about 6:17 p.m. A National Crime Information Center check revealed a warrant for the man had been issued by Magistrate Court, so the deputy arrested the man.

New Mexico State Police District 11

Dec. 19
• An officer responded to a request to talk to an officer about 4:40 p.m. in Socorro.
• Officers responded to a domestic violence call about 5:45 p.m. in Magdalena.
• Officers made an arrest on Northwest Frontage Road about 6:08 p.m.

Socorro Police Department

Dec. 7
• A Socorro woman said she was selling a phone on Craigslist and received notification from PayPal of money being transferred. The woman shipped the phone but has not received payment. The victim contacted PayPal and was told by a representative no confirmation was sent by PayPal of money transferred.
Dec. 12
• A Socorro man reported a man was making threatening phone calls. The officer was not able to locate the suspect.
• A Socorro man was served with a warrant at the detention center.
• A Socorro woman reported an unknown male was in her yard about 4:30 p.m. She told the suspect police were being called and he fled in a gray car with an unknown object. The officer was unable to locate the suspect.
• A Socorro man reported that an Albuquerque man keeps making threatening calls to him, saying he will harm the victim and his family. The officer obtained a phone number for the suspect, but no contact was made. The officer left the suspect a message telling him to stop calling the victim.
• A Magdalena man was contacted at a disturbance on Alta Vista about 11:25 p.m. A National Crime Information Center check showed a valid warrant for the man’s arrest, so he was arrested and booked into the detention center.
• A Magdalena man refused to leave John Brooks grocery store about 2:15 p.m. During contact, the officer found two bottles of alcohol on the man. The John Brooks employee who reported the man said the man took the bottles from the store without paying. The man admitted he had not paid for the alcohol. He was arrested and booked into county jail.
• A Socorro man was stopped for an equipment violation about 5:41 p.m. The man provided the officer with a license requiring an ignition interlock device, but the officer noted there was no interlock device in the vehicle. The suspect said he couldn’t afford the interlock device. An NCIC check confirmed the man was to have an interlock device on the vehicle. He was arrested and booked into jail.
Dec. 13
• A Silver City woman stopped on a traffic violation had an odor of alcohol. She denied drinking. She was given a field sobriety test and failed; then she was arrested. She submitted two breath samples with results of .07 and .07 breath alcohol content. She was taken for a blood test and released.
• A Socorro man was picked up at the Adult Probation Office on an arrest order and jailed at the detention center.
• A Socorro man was arrested on a warrant about 8 p.m. on the 700 block of North California Street and was booked into county jail.

Dec. 14
• A Socorro man contacted on California Street for a traffic violation showed signs of intoxication, as well as admitted to being intoxicated. He was arrested and advised of implied consent. He agreed to a breath test, with results of .16. He was processed and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman reported an Albuquerque man was sending her text messages after she went on one date with him. She said the suspect continued to text her and other ex-family members. She provided the officer with a number for the suspect; the officer left a message for the suspect to stop contacting the victim.
• The manager of Walmart reported someone used counterfeit money at the store. The counterfeit money was turned over to police.
• A Socorro man reported his bank statement showed two unauthorized withdrawals from an ATM machine, for $40 and $100, at the Bank of America ATM on Dec. 6.
• An Oak Brook, Ill., man contacted for a traffic violation on California Street about 9:32 p.m. showed signs of intoxication. He was given field sobriety tests and arrested. He was advised of implied consent and refused testing. He was processed and booked into county jail.
Dec. 15
• A Socorro woman was contacted for a traffic violation on Nelson Place about 1:20 a.m. The officer obtained her name and date of birth and ran it through NCIC, but it did not return. An assisting officer met with the suspect to obtain information. As the woman removed her ID card, the officer saw a plastic bag with pills in it. The suspect did not have a valid prescription so she was cited into court.
• A Lemitar man contacted on the 1200 block of El Camino Real about 2:40 a.m. had a valid warrant, according to NCIC, so he was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man complained about 4 a.m. a San Antonio man continued to call him and make threats after being told to leave the Socorro man alone. The officer was unable to contact the San Antonio man for questioning at first. When dispatched to an altercation a few minutes later, the officer found the San Antonio man standing over two women on the ground and stomping on a purse. The suspect was yelling loudly in the street and approached officers. He was arrested. While in the patrol car, the suspect damaged the vehicle by spitting and kicking. The officer met with a second victim, a Socorro woman, who said the suspect struck her. The officer noted signs of battery on the woman. While the suspect was transported to the police department, he continued to kick and spit in the patrol vehicle and tried to spit on the officer. During processing, the suspect spit on the assisting officer. The suspect was processed and booked into the detention center.
• A Socorro man reported about 9 a.m. the San Antonio man from the previous entry was making verbal threats from inside the detention center about doing harm to the Socorro man and his family.
• A Socorro woman said when she was witnessing the suspect’s mother arguing with him, the suspect turned his attention to the woman and struck her on the side of her face with a shoe and left. When the suspect, a Socorro man, was located later, he said the argument was over a video game and the suspect denied striking the woman. He said the victim scratched his face. The victim did not show signs of battery, but charges were filed on the suspect.
• An officer checking on a disturbance by Abeyta and Sixth Street about 3:44 p.m. met with a Socorro man, who said he was separating a possible fight. As the man was leaving the scene, another Socorro man approached the first and struck him in front of the officer. The officer arrested the man and booked him into jail.
• A Socorro woman reported she and the suspect, a Socorro man, were arguing through text messages, then the suspect came to her location and battered her. The suspect denied the allegations when he was contacted, saying the victim battered him. He admitted going to her location and arguing through text messages. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

Dec. 16
• An officer responded to a domestic disturbance call about 10:20 p.m. on North Sixth Street. The woman reported the man battered her and punched a hole in the wall of the residence. The man reported the woman battered him and broke the window out of his vehicle. Both were arrested and booked into jail.