The Blotter 2/9/2013
Magdalena Marshal’s Office
Dec. 19, 2012
• About 5:40 p.m. an officer responded to a domestic disturbance on Oak Street. A man left the residence after cutting the phone lines. An arrest warrant was obtained for the man.
Dec. 20, 2012
• About 12:30 p.m. an officer took a report of a burglary on Fourth Street. A suspect entered the residence and stole a jewelry box with jewelry in it. The case is under investigation.
• A man was charged with evading an officer after the officer attempted to stop the man after the man ran a stop sign. The officer later caught up with the driver after he ran through a fence on forest Road 354.
Dec. 25, 2012
• About 8:30 a.m. an officer stopped a vehicle for speeding on ice near mile marker 110. The driver’s information was run through the New Mexico Crime Information Center, which showed she had four warrants from Bernalillo County. She was driving on a suspended or revoked driver’s license. She was charged with the crimes and taken to the Socorro County Detention Center.
• About 4:33 p.m. an officer took a burglary report from a resident on Spruce Street. The resident stated cash and two pieces of jewelry were taken from a dresser drawer after the back door had been broken into. The case is under investigation.
• About 8:30 a.m. an officer took a report of a hit-and-run accident that occurred at Magdalena Schools. The vehicle had been struck by a larger red vehicle, which drove away without the driver reporting the accident. The marshal’s office is looking for the vehicle.
• About 1 p.m. an officer took a boy into custody after the boy broke several items at Magdalena Schools. The boy became upset after being questioned about a stolen iPad. The case was turned over to the Juvenile Probation Office.
• About 9:50 a.m. an officer took a report of the theft of a louver from the roof of a passenger car. The car had been parked at the Old Magdalena Hotel when the incident occurred. No suspects have been located.
• About 6:15 p.m. an officer responded to an accident near mile marker 114 where a vehicle struck a deer. No citations were issued.
Socorro Police Department
• A Leander, Texas, woman reported about 11:45 a.m. that while visiting family, her wallet was stolen. She said after checking her accounts she found the unknown suspect used the credit and debit cards in Socorro. She said cash was also in the wallet.
• An Eagar, Ariz., man reported about 1:15 p.m. a handgun was stolen from his vehicle at the Conoco gas station, possibly by a Hispanic man. The victim signed a theft declaration and the handgun was entered into NCIC as stolen. The handgun was a Colt .45 valued at $600.
• An officer was dispatched to a fight about 9:10 p.m. On the officer’s arrival, the suspect, a Socorro woman, fled but she was contacted by a second officer. The first officer met with the victims and witness, who told the officer the suspect was told to leave the witness’ residence. After leaving the witness’ residence, the suspect confronted the victims next door. She threw a beer at the male victim and engaged in a physical fight with the female victim as the officer arrived. The victims declined to pursue charges against the suspect, so she was released to family members and told not to return to the victims’ home.
• A Socorro man reported the window was damaged on his residence and items stolen. The officer followed footprints to a nearby residence and interviewed the occupants, who denied knowledge of the crime. Stolen were six Xbox games valued at $60 each and an iPad valued at $250.
• A Magdalena woman was stopped for a traffic violation about 1:10 a.m. She showed signs of intoxication. When her information was checked with NCIC, it showed she had a license suspended or revoked with the arrest clause so she was arrested and taken to the police department. She performed poorly on a standard field sobriety test. She was taken to the hospital where blood was drawn and was booked into county jail.
• A Socorro woman reported about 11 a.m. someone threw a rock through her vehicle window. There were no leads to a suspect.
• An Aitkin, Minn., man reported leaving his gray Toshiba laptop in a motel room. Staff found the case to the laptop but no computer. The laptop is valued at $600.
• A Magdalena woman reported about 10:30 a.m. a dog at large attacked her on West Place, biting her leg. The officer was not able to locate the dog.
• When an officer conducted a welfare check on children about 11 a.m., a Socorro woman reported that another woman had threatened her.
• A Socorro woman reported a Socorro man was harassing her. When the man was contacted, he denied harassing the woman.
• A Socorro man reported a black dog at large bit him and knocked him to the ground on Lopezville Road. The officer was not able to locate the dog.
• An officer found a Socorro woman highly intoxicated and in full public view about 9 p.m. on Spring Street. The officer arrested the woman for her safety and the safety of others. She was booked and incarcerated.
• A Socorro man on a go-kart with no tail lights was stopped about 9:21 p.m. on Frontage Road. The man had a bench warrant and was arrested. During booking, a controlled substance and paraphernalia were located on the man. He was booked into county jail.
• A Socorro woman reported her residence broken into and several items stolen, including a $15 knife, $350 Xbox, $250 Kindle, $300 iPod, $200 DSI, $300 camera, seven Xbox games worth $40 each, $43 in cash, Jordan sandals valued at $100 and Jordan shoes valued at $150.
• A Socorro man stopped for a traffic violation at 11:28 p.m. performed poorly on a field sobriety test. He was arrested and given a breath test with results of .20 and .20 breath alcohol content. He was booked into county jail.
• A San Acacia man was stopped for a traffic violation about 1:20 a.m. on Highway 85. When asked to perform the field sobriety test, the man exited the vehicle with marijuana in plain view hanging out of his right pocket. He turned over the marijuana. He was cited into court and released.
• A Socorro man who was acting out in a disorderly manner about 1:30 a.m. in front of an officer was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman reported about 5:20 a.m. another woman went to her residence and started beating her up while she was sleeping. The suspect left the area before the officer arrived and the officer was not able to locate her.
• A motel employee complained a Socorro man rented a room and left narcotics and paraphernalia in the room. The officer searched the room and found identification for a second suspect, a Socorro woman, as well as narcotics and paraphernalia. Officers attempted to locate the suspects but could not find them as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro woman reported an incident of criminal sexual penetration that happened about a month prior. Police were unable to locate the suspect, a Socorro man, for questioning as of the time of the report.
• A Los Lunas man was contacted for a traffic violation and presented a driver’s license that a National Crime Information Center check showed to be suspended. He was cited into court and his driver’s license seized to be logged into evidence.