The Blotter (6/6/2013)

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Socorro Police Department
March 16
• Stolen property was returned to its owner, a resident of Chaparral Drive.

March 20
• An officer found a suspect, a Socorro woman, while investigating a burglary. The suspect was Mirandized and admitted to pawning items but said the items were brought to her and she did not steal them. The items were recovered from the pawn shop and the suspect was arrested.

March 22
• A Belen man was stopped for a traffic violation about 9:15 p.m. The officer found drug paraphernalia on the man. The man was ticketed and released.

March 23
• A Socorro woman reported another Socorro woman flagged her down then began fighting with her. The other woman also turned in statements.
• An officer arrested a Socorro man on bench warrants about 11:07 p.m. The man was booked into county jail.

March 25
• A Socorro woman reported her vehicle ran out of fuel and she placed her wallet on the bumper, then left the area. When she returned, her wallet was gone. The wallet is valued at $20, and it contained $30 and a football card valued at $780.
• A Socorro woman reported a witness was taking money back to a Socorro man to pay for a gaming system when the man broke the vehicle windshield. The officer found the Socorro man later in the day and he denied breaking the windshield intentionally, saying the witness tried running him over.
• A Socorro woman reported a Polvadera man was sending her harassing or threatening text messages. Police had no contact with the suspect as of the time of the report.

March 26
• A Socorro woman reported being raped by a Socorro man during her relationship with him. A report is to be filed with the District Attorney and charges are pending.
• An officer responded to a call about 2:40 p.m. reporting an unwanted person in a store. The officer found the person, a Socorro man, highly intoxicated. He also had an arrest warrant. The man was arrested and booked into jail.
• An officer was called to Walmart about 3:46 p.m. in reference to a woman shoplifting. The woman was last seen running toward Fifth Street. She stole a bottle of Crown Royal and some DVDs.
• About 8 p.m., Walmart reported a Socorro woman stole $80 worth of meat from the store. The officer found the suspect later and ticketed her.

March 27
• A Socorro woman reported a man was sending threatening messages over having their son get shots at the doctor’s office. The woman showed the officer the messages and provided copies for the report.
• A Socorro woman reported her Xanax pills lost sometime over the weekend. She was not sure who might have taken the pills because she has never had this problem nor how many pills were in the bottle.
• A Socorro resident of School of Mines Road reported his $200 red and silver Next bike was stolen, but listed no suspects.
• A Socorro man reported that as he exited City Hall, he was confronted by two women who took his paperwork and went to the district courthouse. The man followed the women but lost sight of them inside the courthouse. The officer contacted county employees, who were not aware of the incident or of the man’s paperwork.
• A Magdalena man turned himself in on warrants. A National Crime Information Center check confirmed the warrants and he was arrested.
• A Socorro man contacted on a traffic stop was found to have a driver’s license suspended or revoked with the arrest clause. He was arrested and booked into county jail.
• A Socorro man reported the suspect, another Socorro man, instigated an argument with him near Abeyta and California Street. During the argument, the suspect pulled a gun so the first man left. The officer met with two witnesses, who said the suspect did start an argument but neither saw a gun pulled. The officer was unable to locate the suspect for comment as of the time of the report.

March 28
• A Socorro woman reported arguing with a Socorro man over the man taking her car without permission. During the argument, the man became upset and struck the woman as she was calling the police. The man admitted arguing with the woman over the car, and said he pushed the woman to walk by but never slapped her. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman was stopped for expired registration, and she was unable to provide proof of insurance. A child was also in the car but not secured with a safety belt. The woman was ticketed into court and the vehicle towed.
• An El Paso, Texas, man reported that while he was working at a residence on Grant, someone stole a work lamp and battery from his vehicle. The man said several children were in the area during the time of the theft. The officer was unable to find any witnesses. Missing are a Milwaukee LED work light valued at $100 and Citron red battery valued at $50.
• A Socorro man reported returning to his home on the 1300 block of El Camino Real to find a window damaged. The officer found the window had been damaged from the outside. No witness to the incident was located.
• A Socorro man contacted on a traffic stop about 10 p.m. had a valid warrant. He was arrested and booked into county jail.

March 29
• An officer stopped a Socorro woman about 2:18 a.m. for failing to stay in the lane of traffic. The officer noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from the woman. She failed a field sobriety test. She was arrested, but refused consent to a breath test.
• An officer assisting the Children, Youth and Families Department on a welfare check located narcotics in a home on Fatima Road.
• A Socorro man complained a neighbor’s dog entered his yard and attacked his dog, causing injury to his dog. The neighbor said his dog was let out to use the bathroom and left the yard, fighting with the other dog. The suspect’s dog was taken to the animal shelter and the suspect cited into court.
• A Family Dollar employee provided video of a woman taking a purse from the store, as well as other unknown items inside the purse. The officer logged the video into evidence. The officer completed a photo lineup and presented it to the employee, who was able to identify the woman. The woman was contacted and refused to speak with the officer. She was cited into court.
• A Polvadera man was reported to be intoxicated and driving a vehicle about 3:09 p.m. on Highway 85. Police found the man driving south at a slow speed and conducted a traffic stop. The man exited his vehicle and approached the officer’s vehicle. The man submitted to a field sobriety test and was arrested, but refused to submit to a breath test. A second officer, while speaking with the passenger, found an open container of beer in the vehicle.
• A Socorro woman was contacted on California Street regarding two warrants. An NCIC check confirmed the warrants and the woman was arrested.
• An officer met with a Socorro man who admitted to striking another Socorro man with a stick following a verbal argument. The victim showed signs of battery on his arm from being hit. The stick-wielding man was cited into court.

March 30
• An officer was dispatched to the area of California and Abeyta regarding a domestic disturbance. The officer found the suspect, a Socorro man, and the victim, who showed signs of battery. The suspect was arrested.
• An officer was called to a fight at Sunset Liquors, finding a man and woman. The woman had a warrant and was arrested.
• An officer located a Socorro man with a warrant about 7:30 p.m. and arrested him.
• A Walmart employee reported a Socorro man for shoplifting. The officer viewed surveillance video and saw the man shoplift an alcoholic beverage. The officer also knew the man had been warned previously not to trespass at the store. The man was arrested and booked into jail.

March 31
• An Albuquerque man reported about 1:45 a.m. that two Socorro men battered him. He showed signs of being battered. The suspects were found and denied being in the fight, but they were ticketed.
• An officer observed a Socorro woman acting out in a loud, violent manner about 2 a.m. on California Street. She was told to calm down and leave the area, but she ignored the officer and continued her disorderly behavior. She was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman reported she and a Socorro man were in a verbal argument when the man grabbed her by the arm, forcing her to leave a room in their residence. The man admitted to grabbing the woman’s arm. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman and boy were walking on Cuba Road when a dog chased the boy, knocking him down and biting his head. The boy was taken to the hospital for the bite. The dog’s owner denied the dog had been loose. The officer cited the dog’s owner. The officer then met with the boy’s guardian, who declined to prosecute in the case, so the officer voided the citations.

April 1
• A Socorro woman reported the lock was damaged to her apartment, which is located on Walkway. The officer observed a stick broken off in the lock.
• A Lemitar man was stopped for a traffic violation about 6:35 p.m., and he appeared to be intoxicated. He performed poorly on a field sobriety test and was arrested. He also had a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia in his possession. He submitted to a blood test and was released from custody pending blood results.
• A Socorro woman on Memory Lane reported a man and woman she didn’t know asked to use her restroom. She allowed the unknown woman to use the restroom while she stayed outside with the man. The Socorro woman later noticed her purse was missing. The officer was not able to find or identify the subjects.

April 2
• A Socorro woman stopped on a traffic violation was found to have an outstanding warrant. She was arrested on the warrant and ticketed for the traffic violation.
• A Walmart employee from Las Cruces complained a Magdalena man who works for the Socorro Walmart has been taking items without paying. The suspect works in loss prevention. Charges are pending until the manager views surveillance video.
• An officer found a vehicle that fit the description of one involved in several shopliftings and a Socorro woman. Two other suspects, a San Acacia woman and a Socorro man, were also near the vehicle, along with a juvenile. After meeting with the Socorro woman, who owns the vehicle, the officer got consent to search the vehicle. The officer found drugs and paraphernalia in the vehicle and on the person of the two women. The women were arrested and booked into county jail, and the officer also received an arrest order for the man.
• Police received complaints of a Socorro man knocking on several doors and trying to enter apartments about 11 p.m. on Manzanares. An officer found the man, who admitted trying to get into an apartment. He was arrested and booked into jail.

April 3
• A Socorro woman was contacted by an insurance company over the phone. She had purchased insurance online, providing bank card information. She found two transactions for the insurance company on her account. Police advised the woman to cancel her bank card. The woman said she continued to receive phone calls from the insurance company about being behind on payments. She said she doesn’t have an account with the company and worried she was being stalked by the company. Police advised the woman not to reply to the company’s emails at this time.
• A Socorro woman reported she was battered by another Socorro woman, who kicked her in the chest then punched her. Officers went to the incident location on Texas Street but did not find anyone in the area.
• Two residents of Eaton Avenue reported unknown suspects entered their vehicles. One victim said her vehicle was unlocked and nothing was taken. The other victim said his back doors were unlocked and a $5 Nifty Grabber was taken.
• A Socorro man contacted on a stop for a traffic violation was found to have a suspended driver’s license. The vehicle identification number was checked through the National Crime Information Center and it showed the vehicle was stolen. The man said he purchased the vehicle from a friend. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• An Albuquerque woman complained a Magdalena man was speaking with two young girls, pointing at their genital areas. The officer spoke to the girls, who said they were sitting in front of a business on California Street when the man approached, offering money for sexual favors. One girl was attempting to leave when the suspect continued to ask the girls for sex in exchange for money. The suspect admitted to offering money for sex. He was arrested and booked into jail. The girls were ages 13 and 15.
• A Socorro man was found and claimed ownership of dogs, which were taken by the dog catcher. The man was ticketed.
• A Socorro man reported about 3:50 p.m. another Socorro man was harassing him. The suspect denied allegations but was issued a citation.
• A Socorro woman reported a Socorro man tried to pull her out of her vehicle, causing a scrape to her arm and pain in her shoulder. The man was contacted and told he was under arrest, but he resisted arrest. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• An Alamo man was found intoxicated in the plaza park about 6:45 p.m. NCIC showed a valid warrant for the man, and he was arrested.
• An officer found a Socorro woman highly intoxicated and in full public view on south Highway 85 about 8 p.m. She was arrested for her own safety and the safety of the public.
• A Socorro man reported about 10:40 p.m. he parked his vehicle in front of a business on North California Street and went inside to return a tool. When he came back out, his vehicle was gone. He said bystanders told him a Native American man took the car.

April 4
• An officer met with a San Antonio woman who had an outstanding warrant about 2:20 a.m. on Highway 85. She was showing the officer a laptop. The officer noticed foil and a needle, and the woman gave consent to search the vehicle. A second officer assisting also found foil and suspected heroin. The woman was arrested on the warrant and drug charges.
• A Socorro woman reported she and the suspect, a Socorro man, separated after dating. The suspect was accusing her of dating someone else. She said he grabbed her, trying to take away her cellphone, and the two fell to the ground wrestling for the phone. The woman showed signs of battery. The suspect said he contacted the woman to retrieve the phone, and during the confrontation the two fell to the ground. He denied striking the woman. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• An officer contacted a Silver City man about 12 p.m. who was removing a satellite dish from private property on Newberry. The man said he was performing work for a Silver City company removing outdated satellite dishes. He had not obtained permission to enter private property and was cited into court. An assisting officer met with a Silver City woman in the vehicle, who provided incorrect information. The officer got her correct information and found through NCIC she had warrants. She was arrested and the vehicle towed. During the tow inventory, officers found drugs and paraphernalia.
• A Smith’s grocery employee reported an unknown woman left the store without paying for beer and left the scene in a white van. The employee said the store will provide security footage of the incident the next day.
• A Socorro woman attempting to make a right turn at Proto Avenue and Middle Road cut the wheels too sharp and went in the ditch, damaging the vehicle. The woman admitted to consuming alcohol but passed the field sobriety test. The officer ticketed her for careless driving.

April 5
• A Socorro man reported someone entered his unlocked vehicle while it was on Spring Street and stole gold heads and a propane torch. When he checked his residence, he found two bottles of vodka and some CDs missing. A Socorro woman in the area provided the officer with a possible suspect, a Socorro man who admitted entering the property and taking the liquor. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man reported someone stole a black bag of metal cutting tools from the back of his truck sometime April 4, but he was unable to tell the exact location of the theft because he had been at several businesses throughout the day.
• A Socorro man reported receiving telemarketing scam calls. He said he keeps getting calls from the company and provided police with the phone numbers listed in his caller ID.
• A Socorro woman reported she was driving down Giles Lane when a cable line knocked down by the suspect’s vehicle hit her vehicle, damaging its window. A witness said the suspect vehicle knocked down the cable line and left it on the ground, then the Socorro woman drove over it and damaged her vehicle. The officer contacted the company that owns the suspect vehicle and reported the incident. The cable company was also contacted to repair the downed line.
• A Socorro woman complained a Socorro man approached a teenage girl at Aspen and Juniper, attempting to lure the girl into his vehicle. The teenage girl told the officer a woman suspect was looking at her and the man picked up the woman suspect, then the two suspects tried to get the girl into the vehicle. When the girl declined to get in, the man threatened to pull her into the vehicle and the woman got out and tried to grab the girl before getting back in and leaving with the man. The girl identified the man and his vehicle. The officer attempted to locate the man without success.
• A Socorro man reported that when he was arguing with a Socorro woman, she struck him in the head with a clothes hangar. The officer found redness on the back of the man’s head. The woman said the man came home drunk and the two argued. During the argument, they were removing their clothes when a hangar struck the man in the head. She said her child was in the home during the argument. The officer told the woman charges would be filed.
• A Socorro man reported someone kicked open the front door of his home on Garfield and stole a $400 32-inch flat screen television. The officer found footprints in the area but no suspects, and no serial number was provided for the television.
• A Socorro man reported about 10:30 p.m. someone in a gray vehicle took his backpack after he put it on the ground. The man said there was $250 worth of food, a $20 weather radio and $150 snake bite kit in the backpack.

April 6
• A Pizza Hut employee reported about 11:30 a.m. that someone named Jason Martinez called Pizza Hut saying he was with the electric co-op and he would turn off Pizza Hut’s electricity if $1,497 was not paid by money order. The suspect was not paid and the number was later found to be disconnected.
• A Socorro woman reported about 2:30 p.m. someone stole her $200 air conditioner from her backyard on Central. About 3 p.m., the woman went to another Socorro woman’s house and started fighting with her because she believed the second woman stole her air conditioner. The fighting woman was ticketed.
• The manager of Family Dollar caught a Socorro woman shoplifting from the store about 6:49 p.m. When police arrived the woman emptied her purse, and an officer found several items from the store. The woman was arrested.
• A Socorro woman reported someone went in her home and stole $2,000 of her cash. The front door was unlocked. There were no suspects as of the time of the report.
• A Smith’s grocery employee showed an officer video of a Socorro woman shoplifting. The officer arrested the Socorro woman.
• A Socorro woman reported someone broke into her shed on Tierra Bonita and stole her power tools. There were no suspects at the time of the report.

April 7
• A Socorro man was a passenger in a vehicle stopped for a traffic violation about 3 a.m. The officer knew the man had outstanding warrants. The officer confirmed the warrants and arrested the man.
• A Socorro woman complained her neighbor’s dog was loose in her yard about 10:45 a.m. the officer had no contact with the dog’s owner at the time, so the dog was taken to the animal shelter and its owner summoned to court.
• An officer viewed a Walmart surveillance video showing a Socorro woman stealing products from the store. The officer later located the woman and ticketed her. It was later noticed that the woman had provided a false date of birth, so the ticket was voided and a criminal complaint was filed. Another officer found the woman later and ticketed her.
• A Socorro man reported his stepdaughter has a restraining order against another woman, but the woman walked in the same aisle at Walmart as his stepdaughter and refused to avoid contact. No action was taken at the time of the report.
• An officer arrested a Socorro man on a warrant about 9:45 p.m. on Mount Carmel. The officer also found drugs on the man.

April 8
• An officer was dispatched to Mount Carmel about 3:30 a.m. regarding a man knocking on another man’s door and threatening him with a gun. The victim said the suspect left his house and went next door. The officer found the suspect, a Socorro man, but the man would not identify himself, instead giving a false name. The officer discovered the man’s real name and that he was the one knocking on the victim’s door. The officer arrested him, and the suspect spit on the officer. The officer took the suspect down, causing the suspect a cut over his eye. The suspect was taken to the hospital then jailed.
• A Socorro man reported the windows on his bus were broken out, apparently with an air gun. There were no suspects as of the time of the report. Damage is estimated at $500.
• A Socorro man reported he left his bicycle tied to a pole in front of the Capital Bar. When he returned at 8:30 a.m., the bicycle was gone. The bike is valued at $100.
• During a traffic stop about 5:40 p.m. near Meek and Texas, an officer found a Socorro woman who had a warrant for her arrest. She was jailed on the warrant and issued a warning not to trespass at Smith’s, Family Dollar, Walmart and an address on Walkway.
• An officer contacted a Socorro man about 6:15 p.m. whom the officer knew to have an outstanding warrant. The officer confirmed the warrant and arrested the man.
• A Socorro woman reported her laptop stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at Walmart. The officer viewed Walmart’s video and did not see anyone go into the woman’s vehicle. The laptop was a black Toshiba Thrive valued at $1,700.
• A Socorro woman reported a man went to her residence and harassed her about a vehicle he wants to buy from her. She further reported noticing a bicycle stolen after the man left. The officer was not able to find the man as of the time of the report. The stolen bicycle is valued at $200.

April 9
• A Laurel, Miss., man stopped for a traffic violation on California Street about 11:08 a.m. performed poorly on a field sobriety test. The man was arrested and submitted to breath testing, with results of .07 and .07 breath alcohol content. The man also submitted to blood testing. The man was released from custody and the case is pending blood test results.
• A San Antonio man reported about 10 a.m. that the license plate was stolen off his vehicle.
• An officer found a Socorro man with two bench warrants and arrested him.
• An officer responded to Highway 85 about 11:04 a.m. to remove an intoxicated Florida woman. She was highly intoxicated and unable to care for herself. She was arrested. The officer observed her placing items in her mouth while being transported. The woman bit the officer several times while the officer retrieved the items she had put in her mouth. The items were discovered to be marijuana. The woman was later booked into jail.
• A Socorro man was cited for having a used syringe.
• A Socorro woman reported receiving a friend request on a social network from a Socorro man with whom she has a no contact order through the courts. No contact was made with the suspect.
• A Socorro man reported a Socorro woman wanted to take his vehicle without his permission. The officer noticed the man had lacerations on his face and hands. The woman admitted to striking the man. She was arrested, and the officer found nine Percocets, one hydrocodone, three grams of methamphetamine and straws on the suspect. When the woman got to jail, detention center staff also found crushed up Percocets on the woman.
• An officer found a Socorro man with a bench warrant and arrested him about 10:30 p.m.

April 10
• An officer stopped an Albuquerque man for a traffic violation about 1 p.m. by the plaza. An odor of marijuana came from the vehicle. The man admitted to having marijuana, handing it to officers. His information was processed and he was found to have outstanding warrants. He was arrested and issued several citations.
• An office met with a Socorro man whom the officer knew to have a warrant. The warrant was confirmed and the man arrested.
• An officer was called to the area of Chaparral Drive in reference to someone taking diesel, and the vehicle in question was traveling down Chaparral. The officer stopped the vehicle and contacted the suspect, an Albuquerque man. The officer did not find any gas cans but noticed batteries in the back. The officer allowed the suspect to leave and checked on the machine belonging to the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District, finding two batteries missing. The officer found the suspect and retrieved the batteries; the suspect had the batteries in a shed. He was issued a non-traffic citation the next day. An MRGCD employee picked up the batteries.

April 11
• An officer met with an Alamo man who was drinking alcohol in the plaza about 10:30 a.m. When his information was processed through NCIC, the officer found he had two outstanding warrants and arrested him.
• An officer found a black and white dog running at large about 11:15 a.m. on Elias Baca in the area where children were being chased by a dog of that description. The dog’s owner, a Socorro man, came out of his residence and said the dog was his, but he didn’t have a chain run or a place to put the dog outside. The dog also didn’t have shots. Animal control was called and the dog was taken.
• An officer was dispatched to B Street about 11:20 a.m. in reference to a man passed out in a vehicle. The man showed signs of intoxication. He was arrested on an active warrant, and the officer found narcotics and paraphernalia on him. A Socorro woman arrived on the scene requesting to take the man’s vehicle. She also had an active warrant. A search warrant was approved on the woman’s vehicle and police found paraphernalia, along with stolen property from a shoplifting incident reported previously.

April 12
• An officer responded to a disturbance call on Bagley about 10:17 a.m. and found paraphernalia in plain view. The Socorro man and woman living at the residence were both cited.
• A Socorro woman violated her conditions of release by tampering with her ankle monitor. She was arrested about 11 a.m. and booked into jail.
• An officer found a Socorro man at the scene of a domestic disturbance about 1:48 p.m. The man identified himself using a false name and birthdate, although the officer knew the man’s real name. The officer found drug paraphernalia on the man, plus found out the man had an arrest warrant. He was arrested.
• A Lemitar man began transmitting over police frequencies about 2:10 p.m., identifying himself as the jail administrator and saying there was a riot at the jail. He also became lewd on the radio. An officer went to the man’s residence and found him highly intoxicated. The man tried to run back inside his residence and hide the radio. He admitted to being on the air and had radios in his possession.
• A Socorro man reported a pit bull attacked him while he was walking on the ditch bank. The officer was not able to find the dog.
• A Socorro man reported someone damaged a window on his residence on Tierra Bonita. He said a witness left a note on his door stating she needed to speak to him about the broken window. The officer saw two large holes from rocks and a smaller hole from being shot with an air gun. The witness said she saw two male suspects but could not identify them.

April 13
• A Socorro man reported recovering items from a burglary.
• A Socorro woman reported that while she was in a grocery store, a Lemitar woman told her after she has the baby she was going to get the Socorro woman. The Socorro woman said the threat stemmed from an incident at McDonald’s. The Lemitar woman, once located, denied having any words with the Socorro woman but did say there was an incident at McDonald’s. She said if the Socorro woman would have hurt her grandchild, she would have taken action.
• An officer responded to the hospital about 4:30 p.m. on the report of a battery. The victim, a Socorro man, reported another Socorro man hit him in the face with a beer bottle and attacked him. The victim then said he would not pursue charges.
• An officer found a San Acacia woman lying in the roadway on Otero Avenue about 5:22 p.m. While talking to the woman the officer found a glass pipe used to smoke narcotics in the woman’s possession. She was cited and released.
• A Socorro woman reported she noticed her wallet stolen after she had given the suspect, another Socorro woman, a ride. The suspect denied the allegations. The victim then reported the suspect called her several times, threatening her for reporting her stolen wallet to the police. The wallet contained a Social Security card, driver’s license, EBT card, WIC, library card and $500 cash.
• An officer was assisting with an investigation about 7:20 p.m. on California Street. A Socorro woman began acting disorderly. She was told several times to calm down but refused. She was arrested and booked into jail.
• An officer assisting with a follow-up investigation learned a stolen vehicle was recovered. The vehicle was removed from the National Crime Information Center database.

April 14
• A Socorro woman reported about midnight her ex-boyfriend went to her residence and they started arguing, then he punched her in the ribs and left the area. The officer was not able to find the suspect.
• A Socorro woman reported a Magdalena man took her cellphone and failed to return it. The officer found the man legally intoxicated and retrieved the cellphone, returning it to the woman. The man was cited for public nuisance.
• An officer found two suspects, an Alamo man and the Magdalena man who took the Socorro woman’s cellphone, enter the basement area of some apartments. While the officer was meeting with the suspects, a witness told the officer the men had been told they were not welcome on the property. The two men were issued citations.
• A Socorro man reported a Socorro woman damaged the window on his door and entered his residence. The woman admitted to damaging the window to get in. She had lacerations from breaking the window and was taken to the hospital for treatment.
• A Socorro man reported his cellphone stolen at a party. He said the phone had GPS and he tracked the phone to an address in Las Cruces. The officer was not able to retrieve the phone.
• An officer conducting follow-up was trying to find a Socorro man, who refused to identify himself to the officer when he was located. The man’s vehicle was improperly parked and was being towed. The man came at the officer in an aggressive manner. He was told he was under arrest but resisted the officer. He was placed in handcuffs by force and booked into jail.

April 15
• A Socorro woman reported her dog stolen from the New Mexico Tech campus.
• Someone used a vehicle to push over a concrete pillar at Clark Field, damaging the pillar and a chain. It appeared to have been done intentionally, but there were no suspects at the time of the report.
• A Socorro woman reported a Socorro man hit her when he became upset because she told him to wait to eat until the food was fully cooked. He was arrested and booked into county jail.
• A Socorro Electric Co-op employee reported a Socorro man on Fatima has been using jumpers to steal electricity. The amount he owes is estimated at $890.
• A Socorro woman reported the air conditioner was stolen from her home on the 800 block of Cuba Road. The air conditioner’s value is estimated at $450.
• A Socorro woman complained a Fort Worth, Texas, man bought a watch from her and paid with a fake money order in the amount of $870.
• A Socorro man stopped for a traffic violation about 5:48 p.m. had his driver’s license revoked with an arrest clause. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man was stopped about 8:20 p.m. on Bagley for suspicious activities. During the stop, the man admitted to possessing a controlled substance. His vehicle was searched, and narcotics and paraphernalia were located. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman reported another Socorro woman broke the window to her residence on Park Street. Damage is estimated at $300.
• About 9:30 p.m. an officer met with a Socorro man who said three people came to the place he was working and turned off the electricity because one person’s brother had moved out and she didn’t want him to have a bill. The Socorro man got angry and pushed the woman, so he was cited for battery. The other three people were cited for trespassing.

April 16
• A Socorro woman reported her vehicle stolen and the suspects were found a short time later after the woman’s report was taken. One suspect, a Socorro man, admitted to taking the vehicle. He was arrested. The officer found heroin on him and marijuana in his bag. He was booked into county jail.
• A Tijares man reported an enclosed trailer with assorted tools was stolen from the 100 block of Stallion Circle. The trailer is valued at $3,500, and the tools valued at $10,000.
• A Socorro man reported about 11:50 a.m. two Socorro women were fighting on Church Street. One woman said the other accused her of stealing and attacked her. The other woman said the first woman attacked her after she confronted her about stealing. No enforcement action was taken.
• A Socorro woman reported the window damaged on her vehicle on JO Gallegos and $20 worth of ornaments stolen from inside the vehicle.
• A Randall, Texas, woman reported a Socorro man approached her, called her a vulgar name and pulled out a handgun. The Socorro man denied the allegations, saying the woman saw him and began yelling at him so he left the area. The officer was not able to find any firearm on the man, and no enforcement action was taken.
• A Socorro woman provided police with a letter from one of her tenants, a Socorro man. She said the man has made threats in the past and continued making threats in his letter. An officer read the letter, which referenced violence toward the Socorro woman. The man admitted to writing the letter. He was told charges will be filed and he was served with a 10-day eviction notice, as well as advised to stay away from the woman.
• A Socorro woman reported another Socorro woman was sending her threatening text messages. The suspect was told to stop contacting the woman.
• An officer met with a Socorro man about a letter written to a Socorro woman. The man was not cooperating and was taken to the hospital for a voluntary evaluation. He walked away from the evaluation and had to be brought back to finish it. The officer was told it was fine to leave the man at the hospital since he was not aggressive, but he walked away again. The man was found about four hours later and taken to the police department, where an officer took him to the hospital for his evaluation.

April 17
• A city employee reported someone vandalized city property with spray paint. Damage is estimated at $300.
• A Socorro man reported locating a man inside a home on Padilla on a previous occasion, and he removed the suspect and sealed the home. About 8:29 a.m. he found an open window and believed the suspect was inside. An officer searched the home but did not find the suspect, but noticed the home had been damaged by fecal matter.
• A Socorro man reported someone took $900 worth of parts from a farm tractor on Hope Farms Road. The officer saw the wires were cut where the parts had been removed.
• A Socorro woman was served with a warrant at the detention center about 3:45 p.m.
• A Socorro man reported someone broke into his garage by prying the door open and stole a wooden chair, sofa and carpet. No suspects were listed as of the time of the report.

April 18
• A Socorro man reported another Socorro man may have entered his unlocked vehicle and taken his cellphone. The other man denied it. The stolen phone is an LG flip phone valued at $50.
• A Magdalena man was contacted at Clark Field about 2:15 p.m., and NCIC showed the man had two valid warrants. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man complained that a Socorro woman saw the suspect, another Socorro man, trying to record her buttocks on video with his phone while in a store. The woman also provided a statement. The suspect, who was later located, admitted to taking the video of the woman but said he deleted the video. The officer checked the suspect’s phone but was unable to find the video. The incident was documented for pending charges.

April 19
• A Socorro man reported that when he tried filing his federal tax return online, he received information that problems occurred in filing because a return with his information had already been filed. He contacted the IRS and was told to file a report with local police.
• A Dollar General employee reported an Albuquerque man stole items from the store. When the man was contacted, the stolen property was found in his possession. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Belen man was contacted at the Adult Probation Office for having a warrant about 1 p.m. NCIC confirmed the warrant and the man was arrested.
• A Socorro man was contacted about 2:45 p.m. on Grant Street for violating his conditions of release. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• An Albuquerque woman was pulled over about 4:15 p.m. on Francisco de Avondo for having a warrant. NCIC confirmed the warrant and the woman was arrested.
• A Socorro woman complained the suspect, another Socorro woman, stopped in front of her home, calling her out to the road regarding a money dispute. The first woman stayed in her house. A witness, a third Socorro woman, said the suspect told her a confrontation would happen if the money was not paid. The witness saw the victim and suspect arguing. The suspect was told to stay away from the victim, but the victim did not wish to file charges at the time of the report.
• A Socorro woman reported someone stole her purse from a residence on Sixth Street. She provided a possible suspect, who denied taking it. The purse contained a PS3 music player valued at $50, an EBT card and a Wells Fargo bank card.

April 20
• A Socorro man was contacted on a traffic stop about 9:30 p.m. on Highway 85. NCIC confirmed the man had three warrants, so he was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man contacted on a traffic stop about 10:25 p.m. on Spring Street had a driver’s license that was suspended or revoked with an arrest clause, so he was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man said a Socorro woman was at his house drinking with him. After they argued, the woman took his $300 HP laptop computer. The man’s roommate told the officer he went in the room while the two were arguing, and saw the woman leave the home with the man’s computer. The officer was unable to locate the woman as of the time of the report.

April 21
• An officer found a Magdalena woman on Bullock who had a bench warrant. She was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man turned himself in on a bench warrant. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman reported about 8:32 p.m. the suspect, another Socorro woman, became upset with her because she wouldn’t let the suspect use her phone. The suspect began hitting the woman with a small pipe. The woman took the pipe away from the suspect and a witness escorted the victim away from the suspect. The victim and suspect were separated.
• A Socorro man stopped for a traffic violation about 11:02 p.m. on Nelson performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He was arrested and gave breath samples with results of .09 and .09 breath alcohol content. He was booked into jail.

April 22
• A Datil man reported the license plate on his trailer lost or stolen. The plate was entered into the National Crime Information Center database.
• An officer stopped a Socorro woman on Sixth Street about 5:50 p.m. on a complaint of irate driving. During the stop she gave consent to search the vehicle, and the officer found a controlled substance and paraphernalia in the woman’s purse. A second suspect, a Socorro man, was arrested on a bench warrant, and a controlled substance was found in his wallet.

April 23
• A Socorro man reported someone entered his camper trailer on Center Street and stole four watches valued at $300. The man gave the name of a person of interest, but the officer was unable to locate the person as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro woman reported a Socorro man took her vehicle without her consent. She learned the man took the vehicle after the vehicle was impounded after the man was arrested for DWI.
• An officer saw an Alamo man violating a condition of his release. The man was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man reported he left his car unlocked on Mount Carmel and someone took his passport, iPod, lighter and cigarettes. There were no suspects as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro Electric Co-op employee reported a Socorro man at Wagon Wheel stealing electricity by using jumpers. The officer was not able to locate the suspect as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro woman reported another Socorro woman was harassing her. The officer was not able to locate the suspect as of the time of the report.

April 24
• A Socorro man was contacted by Sixth and Manzanares about 8:10 a.m. for driving on a suspended license. During the stop, the man was not able to provide the vehicle registration. The vehicle’s windshield was also damaged. The man was cited and the vehicle was towed.
• A Socorro man was arrested on a warrant about 8:45 a.m. During the search, the officer found marijuana on the man. He was booked into jail on the warrant and cited for the marijuana.
• A Socorro woman was contacted at California and Baca about 6:20 p.m. on a warrant check. NCIC confirmed the warrant and she was arrested.
• A Socorro woman was contacted about 10:35 p.m. for having a warrant. NCIC confirmed the warrant and she was arrested.

April 25
• A Socorro man reported about 2:10 a.m. he was invited to a party at a motel on Frontage Road, but when he arrived he was refused entry. He said while he was trying to talk to the person who invited him, two unknown men battered him. During questioning, the man’s friend said the man was not invited to the party. The officer was unable to identify the men who battered the man, who was treated for injuries at the hospital and released.
• A Socorro man reported someone stole his electric wire from his yard on Fatima Road. The wire was to connect electricity to his house. The officer found shoe prints in the area next to drag marks, but there were no suspects as of the time of the report. The wire is valued at $250.
• A Socorro woman reported her neighbor’s dog exited his yard and tried to attack her about 9:50 a.m. on Texas Avenue. The officer saw the man’s dog running loose, and animal control caught the dog and took it to the shelter. The man was not located but was issued a summons to court.
• An officer knew a Socorro woman had a warrant and contacted her on a traffic stop about 11:17 a.m. The warrant was confirmed and she was arrested. The woman also had a suspended driver’s license.
• An officer contacted a Peralta man at the scene of an argument on Bullock Avenue about 10:30 p.m. NCIC showed the man had a valid warrant, so he was arrested.

April 26
• A Chicago man was stopped for a traffic violation about 2:48 a.m. on California Street. The officer noticed a strong odor of alcohol, and the man admitted to drinking a few drinks. He failed a field sobriety test and refused the breath test. He was arrested.
• A Socorro woman reported a dog attacked her while she was walking in the area of Middle Street and the ditch bank. She said the dog ran off after that.
• A Socorro woman reported someone damaged her home on Fifth Street by breaking the windows. Damage is estimated at $1,000.
• A Socorro man was contacted about noon on an equipment violation. He was unable to provide a driver’s license, registration or insurance information. The vehicle was towed and the man was cited.
• A Socorro woman’s dog was running loose and chasing people on Second Street. The officer saw the dog running loose. The woman picked up her dog and brought it to the officer, and the dog tried to bite the officer. The woman said the dog was not up to date on its shots. Animal control seized the dog and the woman was cited.
• A Veguita woman turned herself in on a warrant and was booked into county jail.
• A Socorro woman with a valid warrant was found on Spring Street about 6 p.m. and arrested.
• A Socorro woman was contacted at Circle K for having two warrants. NCIC confirmed the warrants and she was arrested.
• A Socorro man contacted for a traffic violation by Grant and Blue Canyon about 8:26 p.m. gave the officer consent to search his vehicle. The officer found a marijuana pipe and cited the man into court.

April 27
• A Socorro man contacted for a traffic violation about 2 a.m. on Newberry Street exhibited signs of intoxication. He was unable to perform a field sobriety test and admitted to being drunk. He was arrested and refused a breath test, then was booked into jail.
• A San Antonio man complained he never received the keys to a vehicle he obtained from a Socorro man in a trade. The San Antonio man was going to sell the vehicle and asked police to verify the vehicle was not stolen. NCIC showed the vehicle was stolen from another Socorro man. The San Antonio man turned the vehicle over to police and it was towed.
• An officer responded to a report of a suspicious person on Hope Farm Road about 11:40 a.m. The officer found a Socorro man who appeared intoxicated. The officer found drug paraphernalia and narcotics on the man, so the man was arrested.
• An officer was dispatched to Bagley about 12:22 p.m. regarding a drug overdose and found an unconscious man. The officer started CPR and revived the man. The officer saw EMS responders remove a plastic bag with heroin from near the man; they turned it over to the officer. The officer asked other people in the area if they knew about the narcotics, and a Peralta woman said the drugs were hers. She was taken to the police department and refused to answer any more questions. She was booked into jail.
• A Socorro man said while he was at a place on California Street the suspect, another Socorro man, asked about his property. The man told the suspect the property was gone. The suspect then struck the man. The officer met with the suspect, who admitted to striking the other man for disposing of his property. The suspect was told not to contact the other man.

April 28
• A Socorro woman reported her vehicle’s window was damaged on El Camino Real. It appeared to have been shot with an air rifle.
• A Socorro woman reported her phone went missing after another woman left her residence. While taking the report, the officer noticed marijuana in the woman’s residence. The woman was cited for possession of marijuana.
• An officer found a woman with a bench warrant during a traffic stop on California Street and arrested her.
• A Socorro woman stopped for a traffic violation on Meek Street was found to have been driving on a license suspended with an arrest clause. She was arrested and booked into jail.

April 29
• A woman complained a Socorro man was dumping trash on Cuba Road. The man and a witness denied the allegations, saying they were getting dirt. The officer saw dirt in the trailer being towed by the man’s vehicle and no enforcement action was taken.
• An officer arrested a Veguita man about 2 p.m. at the Adult Probation Office on an arrest order. He was booked into jail.
• A Socorro man left the roadway and crashed his pickup into a light pole in the median on California Street about 2:46 p.m. He was cited.
• A Walmart employee reported about 3 p.m. a Socorro woman shoplifting $82 worth of merchandise about 3 p.m. The officer viewed surveillance video of the woman taking the merchandise, but no contact was made with her as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro man reported about 5 p.m. his $400 hound dog had been stolen from his fenced-in yard on Chaparral.
• An officer was sent to Walmart about 8:13 p.m. in reference to shoplifting done by the same woman who had been reported for shoplifting at 3 p.m. The officer cited the woman into court.
• A Socorro woman reported an intoxicated Socorro man dropped off their toddler. No contact was made with the man as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro woman reported about 11:51 p.m. an unknown suspect threw rocks through windows at Vista Montano Apartments.

April 30
• A man reported someone took the copper skirt from the poles holding up the porch at the Bureau of Land Management office on Highway 85. The missing copper is estimated at $800. There were no suspects as of the time of the report.
• A Lemitar woman reported she applied for a job online and contacted the male suspect by email. The suspect began sending checks and instructing how and where to send the money after cashing them. The woman said she cashed a check and was sent another. The bank said the other check the woman cashed never cleared and money was drawn from her account. The woman attempted to contact the suspect but has not been able to do so.
• A Socorro woman was stopped about 10:30 a.m. for driving on a suspended license. She was not able to provide registration or proof of insurance on the vehicle, so it was towed from the scene and the woman was cited.
• A Socorro woman reported about noon that a Lemitar man and another Socorro woman got in a physical fight. The officer reviewed video of the man aggressively grabbing the woman’s arm. No action was taken.
• A complainant reported the suspect, a Socorro man, was trying to fight with another Socorro man. The suspect was told to stay away from the other man.
• A Socorro man reported about 3 p.m. his wallet had been lost or stolen.
• About 8:05 p.m. an officer saw a Socorro man driving recklessly and failing to stop at a stop sign. When the man was pulled over, the officer noticed he seemed intoxicated. The man performed poorly on a field sobriety test and was arrested. He took a breath test with results of .23 and .22 breath alcohol content. He was booked into jail.

May 1
• About 4:09 a.m., an officer found an open door at Family Dollar, which appeared to have been pried open and broken off at the top hinge. The officer conducted a sweep of the store but no one was there. The manager arrived and checked the store power, which was off since someone had turned it off. Since the power was off, the cameras were not working. Nothing seemed to be missing from the store, but the managers were not sure until they could conduct an inventory.
• A Magdalena woman reported she was standing by a store entrance on Sixth Street when the suspect, another Magdalena woman, walked in, making comments to her. The woman said the Magdalena Municipal Court judge had ordered the women to stay away from each other. The officer met with the suspect, who said the first woman started the conflict by telling the suspect something. The office viewed the store’s video, and no threats had been made. The women were told to stay away from each other.

May 2
• A city employee reported someone cut the fence at the animal shelter and stole a dog valued at $100.
•  A Socorro man reported someone stole the license plate from his vehicle. A theft declaration was signed and the plate entered into NCIC.
• A Socorro woman reported a website was providing fake gift cards to her business. The officer found the website, and reviews report the site is fraudulent.
• An officer found a Mescalero woman highly intoxicated and in full public view on Otero Avenue about 8 p.m. The woman was arrested for her safety and the safety of others. She was booked and incarcerated.

May 3
• A Socorro man reported someone took the American flag from outside the post office.
• A Socorro man violated a condition of his probation and the Adult Probation Office issued an arrest order. He was arrested and booked into county jail.
• An officer was dispatched to Manzanares for an argument. The officer met with the arguing parties, a Socorro man and woman, and did not see any signs of battery. An NCIC check revealed the woman had a warrant so she was arrested and booked into jail. While the officer was looking for the woman’s property, he found marijuana in the man’s home. The man was cited into court.
• A Socorro woman reported a Magdalena man was sleeping in a yard on Vigil. When the officer contacted the highly intoxicated man, he woke up, stood up and confronted the officer. He was taken into custody and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man reported someone damaged his vehicle window on Melody Loop.
• Someone called in a drunk driver about 9:35 p.m. The officer found the vehicle on Spring Street and witnessed a lane violation. The officer pulled the vehicle over and noticed signs of intoxication in the driver, an Edgewood woman. She was given a field sobriety test and arrested. During the inventory of her vehicle, police removed her dog and a 12-guage shotgun. The dog was taken to the shelter and the shotgun logged at SPD. The woman provided breath samples with results of .24 and .25 breath alcohol content. She was processed and booked into jail.

May 4
• Officers found two Socorro man highly intoxicated and in full public view on Baca Street about 4:15 a.m. They were arrested for their safety and the safety of others, then booked into jail.
• An officer found a Socorro man going through a trash bin about 6:07 a.m. near a thrift store. The man concealed his face so the officer could not see it, providing the name of “Jon,” which was not his name. The officer identified the man and arrested him, but the man resisted. As the man was searched for the arrest, the officer found methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. The man was booked into jail.
• A Socorro man reported the suspect, another Socorro man, pushed him to the ground after he confronted the suspect about speeding on an ATV. An officer located the suspect, who refused to sign the citation and began acting disorderly. He was arrested and booked into jail.

May 5
• A Socorro man and woman reported the suspect, another Socorro man, battered them for no reason and fled the scene. The officer was not able to find the suspect as of the time of the report.

May 6
• A Family Dollar employee reported about 6:30 a.m. someone broke the window to the store. There were no suspects as of the time of the report.
• An officer served a Lemitar man with a warrant at the county jail.
• A Socorro man was located on Walkway and arrested on a warrant. He was taken to court to take care of the warrant.
• A Socorro woman reported items stolen from her storage unit on Frontage Road, and said she would provide a list of the stolen items.
• An officer observed a Socorro woman’s dog running at large on Second Street and acting out in a vicious manner. The woman was cited.

May 7
• A Socorro man was seen on video at Circle K cashing a large sum of bills about 2:18 a.m. A Tucson, Ariz., woman had left her purse on her vehicle, and the man and another Socorro man followed her out of the parking lot. They returned minutes later to cash the bills. The man returned the woman’s purse but no money. When confronted, the man became angry and started cussing at the detective, telling him to do his job. The second suspect was not located as of the time of the report.
• An officer arrested a Socorro man on an outstanding warrant about 9:30 a.m. on Cuba.
• An Albuquerque man reported getting a call from a collection company saying he owed $900 to T-Mobile. He said he never owned a T-Mobile phone, but his ex-girlfriend got a phone. He didn’t think it was in his name, however, as he never got a bill and never allowed her to use his name.
• An officer arrested a Socorro man at the Adult Probation Office on an arrest order and booked him into the Socorro County Detention Center.
• A detective gathered information on a possible stolen truck at a Socorro man’s residence on Ivy Street. Officers found the truck but could not make contact with the man, then got a search warrant for the residence. The man arrived at his residence and was placed in a patrol vehicle while officers were searching the residence. The man escaped through the patrol vehicle’s window. After gathering information about the vehicle, it was clear that the complainant, a Rio Rancho man, had left his truck there for the Socorro man to work on it. The Socorro man was never paid for his work, and kept the truck at his residence. The Rio Rancho man had made a false report. Several others came forward and wrote statements that the Rio Rancho man was trying to get his vehicle without paying for the work done on it. The Socorro man was cited for escaping the patrol vehicle.
• An Albuquerque man reported a Las Cruces man and woman started arguing with him over child support while they were exchanging the child. The Albuquerque man wanted the incident documented.

May 8
• A Socorro man reported a Socorro woman cashed checks at his business, but they were returned due to insufficient funds. The woman also failed to pay back the money for the bounced checks. The man wanted charges filed.
• A Socorro man purchased an item online from a Florida company. The victim sent a payment that was cashed but did not receive the product. An officer attempted to contact the company, but the number given was not in service.
• A Smith’s employee reported a Socorro man took merchandise from the store without paying. The employee said the man was told several times to stay away from the store. The man admitted to taking the merchandise and was cited into court.
• An officer found a Socorro man highly intoxicated and in full public view about 8:25 p.m. near Otero Avenue and Frontage Road. The man was arrested for his safety and the safety of others.
• An officer found a Polvadera woman highly intoxicated and in full public view about 10 p.m. on Eaton. She was arrested for her safety and the safety of others.
• A Socorro woman reported a suspect was at her residence and took prescription pills from her vehicle. She said the suspect admitted taking the pills. The officer was unable to find the suspect as of the time of the report.

May 9
• An officer attempted to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation about 1:54 a.m. The driver refused to stop, entered the Loma Vista Apartment complex and fled from the vehicle on foot. The driver, a man, was not identified. The officer began a tow inventory on the vehicle, locating narcotics, paraphernalia and an open alcoholic beverage. The vehicle was towed to the police department. The officer followed up later, meeting with man who was mentioned as a possible suspect by his father. The man was ruled out as a suspect.
• A Socorro man and a Los Lunas man in a disagreement over property each accused the other of harassing and threatening behavior. No enforcement action was taken.
• A Socorro man was contacted about 2 p.m. on J.O. Gallegos regarding arrest warrants. As the officer attempted to search the man, he fled on foot. The officer chased him, deploying a Taser to stop him. The man was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman reported someone wrote on her vehicle, but it caused no permanent damage. She asked police to document the incident.
• A Socorro man was picked up on an arrest order at the Adult Probation Office about 3 p.m. During a search of the man at the jail, officers found a bag of marijuana.
• An officer was dispatched to a fight by Walmart about 3:30 p.m. On arrival, the officer found two Magdalena men fighting. The officer issued verbal commands that were not followed, so the office used force to gain control. One man continued to struggle with the officer until a second officer arrived and used a Taser on the man. Both men were arrested and taken to the hospital for treatment, then booked into jail.
• A Socorro man was contacted regarding outstanding warrants. The man failed to stop for the officer’s commands. The officer took the man into custody. During a search of the man, officers found narcotics and drug paraphernalia, along with several knives.
• A Socorro woman contacted during a traffic stop about 9:45 p.m. had valid warrants for her arrest. When she was searched, police found prescription pills. She was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man contacted for a traffic violation had drug residue on his nose. He gave consent to search and the officer found a dollar bill with white residue. The man was cited into court. A National Crime Information Center check showed a valid warrant on the man, so he was arrested and booked into jail.

May 10
• About 5 a.m., an officer contacted a Socorro man who was sleeping in a vehicle on Sean Street. When the man opened the window, the officer noticed a strong odor of marijuana. The man admitted to having a pipe. The officer had the man get out of the vehicle, and the man had marijuana. The man gave consent for the officer to search the vehicle, and the officer found more marijuana in the vehicle. The man was arrested.
• An officer conducted a house check at a residence on Spring Street and found living conditions to be not safe for children. The children were taken into custody and turned over to the Children, Youth and Families Department.
• A Socorro woman reported after leaving her home on the 700 block of U.S. Highway 60, a neighbor called her saying a man left her home with some of her property. The woman said a Wii game console valued at $350 and medication were taken. The suspect was described as wearing black shorts and a black hoodie.
• A Socorro woman reported a Socorro man took a $600 clothes washer, $200 television and $300 in jewelry from her home on Fatima. The officer met with neighbors, who said they saw two men and a woman taking things from the home and provided a license plate. The plate was registered to the Socorro man’s mother. The officer met with the Socorro man, advising him of his rights. The man admitted to taking the items. He asked the officer for time, and he was allowed time to return the property. Charges are pending.
• A Socorro man contacted about 2 p.m. at CYFD had a valid warrant. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man was contacted about 8:50 p.m. on Manzanares for his window tint. The officer noticed a child in the car who was not properly secured, and an NCIC check showed the man’s driver’s license was suspended. The officer cited the man and seized his driver’s license.