The Blotter (09/06/13)
Socorro Police Department
• A Socorro man took liquor and dog food from Smith’s without paying for it, but the officer was unable to find the man as of the time of the report. A criminal complaint will be filed.
• An officer was dispatched to Walmart for a possible domestic disturbance about 6:40 p.m. The officer met with all the parties, but was unable to determine the charges at the time since the victim, a Socorro woman, would not cooperate.
• An officer found a Santo Domingo man highly intoxicated and in full public view about 7:20 p.m. on U.S. 60 just north of the hospital. The officer arrested the man for his safety and the safety of others.
• A Socorro man reported a Lemitar woman took his cellphone, and she denied taking it. The woman was cited for larceny.
• A Socorro man came to the police department about 11 a.m. to turn himself in on a warrant. He was jailed.
• A Socorro man reported the license plate was stolen off his trailer, but there was no further information.
• An officer responded to a baby and woman crying. On the officer’s arrival, a man was holding the baby and the woman was crying. Both the man and woman were highly intoxicated and had a fight while holding the baby. The man was arrested on a warrant and other charges are pending.
• An officer responded to a report of a domestic disturbance about 9:30 a.m. on Faulkner. A Socorro woman said a Socorro man was upset with her about puppies and threw a brush at her, hitting her leg. She added he threw her to the ground, as well as another Socorro man when he tried to separate the two. The suspect denied the allegations and was arrested. He also had a warrant for his arrest.
• A woman reported someone damaged a coin operated washing machine at Los Pueblo Apartments. Damage is estimated at $200.
• A Socorro woman reported receiving a telephone call saying she won money and she needed to call another number to receive the prize. She believed it to be a scam.
• An officer served a Socorro woman with an arrest warrant at the county jail.
• A Las Cruces man reported a Socorro man approached him and tried to take his leaf blower. The Socorro man was upset with the other man for blowing leaves near his residence.
• A Socorro woman reported someone broke the window on her vehicle while she was at the city swimming pool. There were no suspects as of the time of the report.
• An officer met with a Socorro woman who admitted to having marijuana. She also said she had just picked up heroin. The officer found a pill bottle containing heroin, as well as more heroin and pills in her purse. She was arrested.
• A Socorro woman’s dogs were running loose on the interstate about 8 a.m. The officer followed a dog to the woman’s residence. She claimed ownership of the dog and was cited into court. A Magdalena woman was also cited for her dog running at large.
• A Socorro woman was reported for possible drug activity at Clarke Field about 12:06 p.m. An officer contacted her and advised her of the call. The woman emptied her pockets and the officer found drug paraphernalia. She was cited into court.
• About 2:30 p.m. two Socorro men reported that two Native American men were in their residence on Ivy the previous night. When they woke, one man was missing his prescription medication and the other man was missing $240. The men were unable to identify the suspects.
• A Socorro woman said she had been accused of stealing money. She went to another Socorro woman’s home on Park Street and argued with that woman. During the argument, the Park Street woman threw a brick at the first woman’s car. The Park Street woman admitted to throwing the brick and was cited into court.
• A Magdalena woman was contacted at a residence on Gibson Circle about 9:20 p.m. A National Crime Information Center check revealed the woman had two valid warrants. She was arrested and booked into jail.
• About 2:49 a.m., an officer was dispatched to Manzanares Street regarding damage to an apartment. A Socorro woman said she was arguing with a Socorro man, then went to a friend’s house to call the police while the man was still at the apartment. She heard loud crashing coming from her place and saw a man leaving the apartment. The officer met with the Socorro man later and noticed he had injuries on his hands and legs. He was released but summoned into court.
• A Socorro man reported the suspect, another Socorro man, entered his yard on Mustang Drive riding a pink bicycle and left with the Mustang Drive man’s black and gold bicycle. The victim said the incident was caught on camera and the suspect was identified. An officer found the suspect, who told the officer where to find the black and gold bicycle. The suspect was arrested and booked into county jail.
• A Socorro man reported checking on his truck and finding a side window broken and an air compressor taken from inside. He later reported the unknown suspect also took a battery from his car and damaged the battery cables connected to the vehicle’s computer.
• A Socorro woman reported she found her dog outside when she returned to her home on Eaton Street from a doctor’s appointment. She said the dog was inside before she left. She did not know how her home was entered. She mentioned someone entered her home the week before and stole four earrings. She also said there was a suspicious woman in the area.
• A Socorro man reported several prescription pills missing from a bottle. He listed a person of interest but had not witnessed the theft.
• An officer found a Mescalero man highly intoxicated and in full public view about 9:45 p.m. by San Miguel Church. The man was arrested for his safety and the safety of others.
• A Socorro man was reported about 3:03 a.m. for knocking on doors on Bursum Street. He was found highly intoxicated and at the wrong house. He was arrested for disorderly conduct.
• A Socorro woman reported a child, while walking to the free lunch program, was bitten by another Socorro woman’s dog on Sixth Street. Animal control picked up the dog for quarantine, and the dog’s owner was contacted by telephone and summoned to court.
• An officer was dispatched to a verbal argument on Memory Lane about 11:30 a.m. On arrival, the officer saw the suspect, a Socorro man, yelling in the roadway. A man came out of a house and the suspect threatened him, still yelling in the roadway. The suspect was detained, cited and released.
• A Socorro man was contacted on Park Street about 5:20 p.m. The officer knew the man had a warrant for his arrest, which NCIC confirmed. The man was arrested.
• A Socorro man stopped for a traffic violation near California and Spring streets was looking for items in his vehicle. The officer noticed a medication bottle with a black substance, which the man said was burnt residue. The man was cited.
• A Circle K employee reported about 8:30 p.m. a Lemitar woman took merchandise from the store and left without paying.
• A CMC Construction employee reported someone shot and broke several windows on several heavy equipment vehicles parked near A Street and Grant. No suspects were identified as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro man was arrested on a valid warrant about 9:50 a.m.
• A Magdalena man was arrested on a valid warrant about 2:30 p.m.
• A California man reported receiving a text message from a phone number he did not recognize. He thought it might be a scam so he reported it to police. No contact was made with the scammer as of the time of the report.
• A Magdalena woman reported leaving her purse in the restroom at a laundromat. When she went back to retrieve it, it had been stolen.
• An officer responded to a disturbance over a civil matter. A Socorro man reported someone assaulted him with a firearm. The officer met with the other party, who admitted having a firearm in their holster but denied making any threats with it. A witness said he never saw the firearm removed from the holster or heard any threats to use it. The officer determined the original report unfounded.
• An officer conducted a follow-up investigation and found a Polvadera woman, who admitted to taking a purse.
• A Socorro man reported a Socorro woman took an air conditioner from the man’s rental unit. The pawn shop owner said the woman pawned the air conditioner for $60. The Socorro man took the air conditioner back.
• A Socorro woman reported a Magdalena man stole her EBT card. An officer found the man highly intoxicated and damaging property. The man admitted to taking the woman’s card, but said he no longer had it. He was arrested.
• About 2:46 a.m., an officer was advised a Socorro man on Santa Fe Lane was making multiple 911 calls. The officer attempted to speak to the man but he would not communicate with police. Another officer contacted the man at his front door, and the man was holding a knife and golf club. He was told to put the items down and was arrested.
• A Socorro woman reported her cellphone went missing after a man was at her residence, but she did not see who took the phone.
• A Socorro man reported his vehicle was not at his Center Street residence where it was last parked. He listed a possible suspect and signed a theft declaration. The vehicle was entered into the NCIC database. Police later found the vehicle and pursued it with lights and sirens, but it would not stop; it was traveling at about 50 mph. It stopped on Center Street, and a man and woman jumped out in an attempt to flee. They did not stop when commanded so one was shot with a Taser. Both were caught and arrested. The woman was found in possession of possible drug paraphernalia, and she denied being involved with stealing the vehicle. The vehicle’s owner said she was involved.
• A Socorro woman was served with a warrant at the detention center.
• A Socorro man was contacted on California Street for having a warrant and was arrested.
• A Socorro woman tried to pass an old receipt from Socorro Electric Cooperative as a new receipt by altering it. She admitted to altering it and no enforcement action was taken.
• A Socorro man was contacted for a traffic violation near Otero Avenue and Second Street. NCIC showed the man had two valid warrants. He was arrested. During the vehicle inventory, police found drug paraphernalia. The man was cited for the paraphernalia and booked into jail on the warrants.
• A Socorro woman trying to steal from Dollar General was stopped by an employee, who recovered the property. An officer then arrested her.
• A Socorro man reported the suspect, another Socorro man, was doing work for him and used his truck on occasion. However, the man took the vehicle without permission about 11 a.m. to get breakfast and had not returned. The vehicle’s owner agreed to press charges on the suspect, who had been arrested. The vehicle had been towed. The suspect said the man was going to give him the truck.
• A Socorro woman was arrested about 10 p.m. on Manzanares on an outstanding warrant.
• A Socorro man reported about 12:54 a.m. that the suspect, another Socorro man, came to his residence on South California looking for a Socorro woman. When told she was not there, the suspect broke a window and forced his way in the home. The officer also spoke to the suspect, who admitted going to the house looking for the woman, then freaking out and breaking in when told she wasn’t there. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.
• An officer was dispatched to Fisher Street about 1:20 a.m. for domestic violence and met with a sheriff’s deputy. A Socorro man said the suspect, a Socorro woman, was drunk and battered him. The officer noticed signs of battery on the man, then met with the suspect, who was restrained by the deputy. The suspect said the man never hit her, although she also showed signs of being battered. During the interview, the suspect also kicked an assisting officer in the testicles. She was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman reported someone stole two bicycles: a blue beach cruiser with a gray basket and a men’s rust-orange bicycle. Each was valued at $100.
• A Socorro man reported that when he checked on his vehicle on Otero Avenue, he found damage to the windshield, two lights, a side window, a rear screen on a window and a tire, which was cut. He did not see who did the damage but named a person of interest. Damage was estimated over $1,100.
• About 10 a.m., a Socorro woman was stopped for driving on a suspended or revoked license. NCIC confirmed the license was suspended with an arrest clause. She was arrested and booked into jail.
• An officer was dispatched to the scene of a fight at the Walmart parking lot about 12:30 p.m. The officer found the suspect, a Socorro man, leaving the scene and detained him at a different location. The officer met with the victim, another Socorro man, and a witness from El Paso. The victim said the suspect was driving fast toward him, and the victim avoided a crash. The suspect stopped and the men fought. The witness said the suspect attempted to hit the victim’s vehicle with his own vehicle but the victim avoided the crash. The victim declined pressing charges. The suspect he saw the victim in the parking lot and confronted him, then the two fought. No charges were filed in the incident.
• A Socorro man was contacted near Grant and Bagley for having an outstanding warrant. NCIC confirmed the warrant and the man was arrested.
• A Socorro man reported finding two transactions that he did not authorize for $300 each from his checking account. He provided a person of interest.
• A Socorro man reported someone stole a bicycle from outside his home on U.S. 60 within the previous two weeks. It was an orange specialized men’s racing bike valued at $400.
• An Albuquerque man and Belen woman were reported for arguing by Taco Bell. The woman admitted to arguing with the man and choking him. The officer met with the man, who showed signs of battery. The woman was arrested. An NCIC check showed she also had a valid warrant.
• A Socorro man reported his .38 revolver taken from under the seat of his vehicle. He did not have the serial number to the firearm. The firearm is valued at $300, and damage to the vehicle was estimated at over $1,100.
• An Oklahoma man was seen at a bank yelling at an employee, then the man left the bank. When the officer arrived and contacted the man, the man continued yelling. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Los Lunas man reported getting a call that a Los Lunas woman had been battered. The officer found the woman, who had scratches on her face. She said a woman battered her but could not provide the woman’s full name. The officer found several persons of interest but all denied being in a fight. The officer was unable to find a suspect as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro man reported returning home to find his dog shot dead on his property on Chaparral Drive. He provided a person of interest and the officer met with that person, who said they had been in Albuquerque and just got home.
• A Socorro woman reported another woman was staying in her guest room and damaged several items in her home. The officer documented the damage on camera.
• A Socorro man reported while he was moving to another home, someone stole several items. He was unable to list a possible suspect. Missing were a vacuum, calculator, laptop case, computer hard drive, drill and socket set.
• A Socorro man reported a Socorro woman struck him in the head with a bottle. He had signs of battery. The officer met with the woman, who said the man fought with a neighbor. She gave several different statements and was arrested. Once in jail, she admitted to punching the man.
• A Socorro woman reported a man was making threats and causing problems at her home. She said the man had kicked and punched the door, as well as took her phone from her and threw it on the ground. The suspect said the woman was drunk when he arrived at her house, and he was concerned for the children. The officer noticed the woman was not impaired and was capable of caring for the children. The suspect was advised to stay away from the woman.
• An officer found a Truth or Consequences man highly intoxicated and in full public view about 1:20 a.m. on Cuba Street. The man was arrested for his safety and the safety of others.
• A Magdalena man was contacted at a residence on Blue Canyon where a narcotics search warrant was served. The man was found in possession of narcotics and paraphernalia and was arrested.
• While serving a search warrant at a residence on Blue Canyon, police found a Socorro woman in a bedroom in possession of narcotics packaged for sale. Police found more drugs packaged for sale in the room, along with paraphernalia. The woman was arrested.
• While serving a search warrant at a residence on Blue Canyon, police found a Socorro woman in possession of drug paraphernalia. She was cited and released.
• While serving a search warrant at a residence on Walkway, police found a Socorro woman in a bedroom with her infant child. Police found narcotics and paraphernalia. The woman was arrested and the child was taken into state custody.
• While serving a search warrant at a residence on Frontage Road, police found a Socorro man running away outside. He was placed in handcuffs and his mother was seated next to him outside the home. Police found methamphetamines, foil with burnt heroin residue and a bag of cocaine. The man was arrested.
• A Socorro woman reported her husband came to her residence on Spring Street and damaged a window, then fled. She estimated damage at $100.
• A Bureau of Land Management employee reported a Truth or Consequences man was seen leaving the BLM’s fenced yard in a BLM truck after damaging the fence. The man was later arrested in Sierra County.
• An officer found a vehicle in the parking lot at Clarke Field emitting the odor of marijuana. After getting consent to search the vehicle, the officer found marijuana. The Socorro man in the vehicle was cited.
• An officer saw a Socorro man being bitten by a dog on Park Street about 2 a.m. The officer was unable to catch the dog to read its tags.
• A Socorro man reported another Socorro man’s dog running at large on Chaparral Drive. The officer found the dog at large and met with the owner, who was then cited.
• A Socorro man reported the license plate stolen from his trailer on West Place.
• An officer noticed an illegal drug transaction taking place about 1:45 p.m. on Grant Street and contacted the suspects inside the vehicle, two Lemitar men. The driver was very nervous and trying to stuff something between the seat. The officer had him leave the vehicle and found a clear plastic bag containing what appeared to be marijuana. The driver admitted the marijuana was his. The passenger began moving around, and the officer also found marijuana under the passenger. The officer also found a mason jar and a scale under the driver’s seat. The men were arrested.
• A Smith’s employee reported a man leaving the store without paying for merchandise, about $105 worth. The officer was unable to locate the man as of the time of the report.
• An officer was called to Walmart about 8 p.m. on the report of an Alamo man passed out in the restroom. The officer found the man also had a warrant for his arrest and arrested him.
• A Socorro man complained someone broke the window at his apartment on Manzanares. Damage is estimated at $300
• An officer responded to a domestic disturbance about 9:40 a.m. on Texas Street. Socorro woman reported a Socorro man had punched her and dropped her off at her brother’s house. She walked home, and when she saw the Socorro man, she began throwing rocks at him. She then got into a vehicle and drove at him, hitting the man with the vehicle. The Socorro man and a witness also said the woman hit the man with the vehicle. The woman also had three minor children in the vehicle with her. She was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman complained a Socorro man gave alcoholic beverages to some minors who were working for her. The officer was not able to locate the minors or the suspect at the time of the report, about 2:30 p.m.
• An officer found a Mescalero man highly intoxicated and in full public view on the plaza about 3:50 p.m. The man was arrested for his safety and the safety of others.
• An officer found a Norwalk, Calif., man highly intoxicated and in full public view on Otero Avenue about 4 p.m. The man was arrested for his safety and the safety of others.
• An officer found a Magdalena man highly intoxicated near Baca and Sixth Street about 7 p.m. The man began acting in a disorderly manner and was arrested.
• An officer responded to a disturbance on Spring Street about 7:30 p.m. and found a Socorro woman, who provided false information about her identity. The officer learned the woman had two warrants. She was arrested and booked into jail. A man at the same residence had an arrest warrant, plus drug paraphernalia in his possession. He was arrested as well as cited.
• A Landers Enterprises employee reported a Socorro man cashed a check at the business, which was returned by the bank and listed as fake. An arrest order was issued by the Adult Probation Office. The officer contacted the man at home and read him his rights. The man said the check was from a secret shopper business and that he had documentation. The officer was given permission to search the room for paperwork. During the search, the officer found paraphernalia and narcotics in pants that were on the bed the man slept on. The man denied the drugs were his. He was arrested and given a urinalysis, which showed positive for heroin use.
• A Socorro man reported a Rio Rancho man entered his mobile home on Chaparral and stole a refrigerator, tools and speakers. The officer found the refrigerator at the back of the trailer park and returned it, although it was damaged. The officer was unable to find the Rio Rancho man as of the time of the report, and the tools and speakers are still missing.
• A Socorro woman reported giving her EBT card to the suspect, another Socorro woman, to hold. She said the card had a balance of $500 at the time, but now has only $70 remaining. She said the suspect came home with the money but did not say where she got the money. The suspect said she lost the card, explaining the money was given to her by her grandmother. The officer learned the card was possibly used at Walmart and Smith’s. No enforcement action was taken as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro man was contacted at Magistrate Court about 3 p.m. And arrested on an outstanding warrant.
• A Socorro man reported he was arguing with the suspect, another Socorro man, when the suspect tripped him and then choked him. The reporting man had signs of being choked. The officer got an arrest order for the suspect from the man’s probation officer. The suspect denied fighting with the other man. He was arrested on the arrest order, then police found he had cocaine. The suspect’s probation officer met with him, and the suspect told the probation officer narcotics were in the cup holder of his vehicle. The police officer found the narcotics and the suspect was booked into jail.
• A Socorro man reported someone entered his unlocked vehicle and stole a bag of prescription pills and a broken cellphone. The man was unable to list a suspect.
• A Socorro man reported someone stole $4,870 worth of tools from a home on Sunset. He believed access was possibly made through an opening in the wall. The officer was unable to find any evidence at the scene.
• An officer completed a civil standby on Lemitar Lane about 7:30 p.m. with two women and their family members. The victim, a Socorro woman, said she returned alone after the officer left to get some property when the suspect, another Socorro woman, scratched her. The victim had scratches on her arms that appeared to be self-inflicted. The suspect said the victim came back and returned more property but no altercation took place. The suspect also said the victim’s mother arrived after the victim left and threatened the suspect with a golf club, but the suspect did not leave the home. She again denied battering the victim and no charges were filed at the time.
• An officer was called to a residence on Arroyo about 11:34 p.m. regarding a woman with a knife. On arrival, the officer was told by two Socorro teens their grandmother was drunk, came in and woke them up. They began to argue, then the grandmother went to leave and all three sisters stood in front of the door so she wouldn’t leave them alone. The grandmother picked up a knife and went at them, so the girls ran from the door. Their grandmother threw the knife on the floor and left. The girls all believed they were in danger. Police arrested the grandmother.
• A Socorro woman on Cassity Place reported she awoke to find her vehicle’s back window broken. It appeared to have been shot with a BB gun, but there were no suspects at the time of the report.
• A Socorro woman reported leaving her cellphone at a residence on Blue Canyon. Upon returning, she found it was gone. She listed people of interest, whom were both contacted, but they denied taking the phone. The woman valued the phone, an LG Optimus Showtime touch screen, at $300.
• A Socorro woman reported a Socorro man was trying to stab another Socorro man with a knife on Nicholas. The second man defended himself, striking the attacker and knocking him unconscious. The second man said the attacker arrived home intoxicated and attempted to stab him, and he struck the attacker with a board. The suspect was unconscious at the scene with visible injuries to the head. He was taken to the hospital for treatment. The other man declined to press charges on the suspect.
• A Socorro man reported he went for a run in the morning and when he was returning home his neighbor’s Chihuahua chased him. The officer found the small dog on the porch at the neighbor’s residence. The dog’s owner said the dog must have got out the back fence. The dog seemed nice, not aggressive, and no enforcement action was taken.
• About 10 a.m. a Socorro woman reported additional information regarding a child abuse case.
• An officer met with a Socorro man to check conditions of release. The man said the order was amended and he could be out on his own. The officer had the man take a urinalysis, which showed positive for narcotics. The man was arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro man reported someone entered his unlocked vehicle parked at his home on El Camino Real and stole a spare tire and jack valued at $400.
• A Colorado man reported a Socorro man stole sunglasses from his stand on California Street. The Colorado man confronted the Socorro man, who denied taking the merchandise and threatened the Colorado man with violence before running off. When the officer contacted the Socorro man, he said the property was returned. The Socorro man was released but charges were filed.
• A Walmart employee reported about 8:45 p.m. a Socorro man who had previously been warned not to trespass was on the property was on the property. The employee provided the officer with a trespass form. The Socorro man was contacted and cited into court, as well as advised not to return to the property.
• A Socorro woman said she was staying at her ex-boyfriend’s residence, but they are not currently together. She reported waking up to find the ex-boyfriend on top of her sucking on her neck. She told him to stop. He did stop, but said if they were not going to be together she needs to move out. No contact was made with the ex-boyfriend as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro woman complained she witnessed the victim, another Socorro woman, and a Socorro man argue near A Avenue and Park. She said both struck each other’s vehicles. She said the man broke the victim’s rear window out completely and charged after her with a pipe. When the officer spoke to the man, he denied any argument occurred. The officer later found the victim, who said the argument did happen and she hit the man’s truck with a rock. She also said the man broke the rear window on her vehicle and charged after her with a pipe, but never swung the pipe at her. She then left. No enforcement action was taken.
• An officer contacted a Socorro man and woman parked at the end of the road by Otero Avenue and the channel about 10:55 p.m. The man appeared to be hiding an object. Upon contact, the officer noticed the odor of marijuana. The officer obtained consent to search, then found marijuana and paraphernalia. The man was cited into court.
• A Magdalena woman reported about 8:48 a.m. a Ruidoso man forced entry into a residence on Baca. She attempted to call the police, but the man took the phone away, battered her and forced her into a room. A second Magdalena woman said after that, she tried to step in but the man battered her and forced her into a room after telling her to put the children to bed. The second woman said both women were held in the room until the man fell asleep, then the first woman left the residence and contacted a neighbor, who removed the man. The officer saw injuries on both women. Police were unable to find the man as of the time of the report.
• About 9:30 a.m. an officer was dispatched to the scene of a fight on Lemitar Lane. After meeting with both parties, two Socorro men, and receiving conflicting statements, both men were cited into court for battery.
• A Socorro woman reported a doctor shipped medication to her by mail. She said she never received the medication, although both the doctor and mail service advised the medication was shipped and should have been delivered.
• A Socorro man reported someone took the window mount air conditioner from a residence on Western and damaged the window in the process. The air conditioner is valued at $300 and damage to the window is estimated at $400.
• A Socorro woman reported the man she lives with became upset because she changed her email password. She said the man battered her, and the officer saw signs of injury on her. She was escorted back to the residence to pick up her clothing. The officer attempted to contact the man but he would not answer the door.
• An officer was dispatched to the plaza about 2 p.m. regarding a man threatening others with a knife. On arrival, the officer saw a Socorro man walking toward some people with scissors in his hand. Some witnesses told the officer another suspect, a Massachusetts man, had stolen the Socorro man’s alcohol and the two argued. The Socorro man pulled out the scissors, making threats. While the officer was there, the Socorro man was yelling and making hand gestures. Both men were arrested and booked into jail.
• A Socorro woman reported she received a settlement check from an insurance company. Now that she turned 18, she wanted the money but said another woman took the check and cashed it without turning the money over to her. The officer was unable to find the suspect as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro woman reported a brown dog running loose bit her child. The officer tried to catch the dog but was unable to. The officer was unable to contact the dog’s owner until later in the morning, then the officer cited the owner.
• A Socorro woman reported a piece of her bed frame valued at $250 was stolen from her yard on Sixth Street.
• An officer arrested a Socorro woman on an active warrant.
• A Los Lunas man reported someone broke into his shed on Nicholas and stole some items. There were no suspects as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro man reported another Socorro man stole his scrap metal from a location on A Street. The first man confronted the thief and retrieved the stolen property. The officer was not able to find the suspect as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro man reported finding the suspect, another Socorro man, walking from an area where a screen was damaged on Faulkner. The man told the suspect to leave the property and not return. The suspect turned over the man’s screw driver and bolt cutters, then left. The officer documented the damaged window the suspect was seen walking away from. Another witness arrived and said the suspect threw a rock damaging the Socorro man’s truck, so the officer photographed that damage also. The officer was unable to find the suspect at that time. The next day the Socorro man reported the suspect was on his property again. The officer contacted the suspect in the area and told him not to return to the man’s property. The officer also issued the suspect a trespass form.
• A Socorro woman reported that while she was having a party at her residence on Chaparral Drive, someone took her wallet containing her and her children’s Social Security cards and her server card. The woman could not list a definite suspect at the time of the report.
• A Socorro man reported that during an argument with a Socorro woman on Santa Fe Lane, she struck him on the arm. Two witnesses confirmed it. The woman admitted to the battery and was cited into court.
• About 12:03 a.m. a Socorro woman reported a Socorro man confronted her on Spring Street and threatened her, and said she saw what may have been a weapon. The officer attempted to contact the man without success. At 6 a.m., the officer contacted the man, who denied threatening the woman with a weapon. The officer noticed signs the man had been drinking, although the man was on probation. The man provided breath samples with results of .11 and .10 breath alcohol content. The officer obtained an arrest order and the man was booked into jail.
• A Socorro man was found on California Street about 10:20 a.m. and contacted for having a warrant. The warrant was confirmed and the man arrested.
• A Socorro woman reported her child was bitten by a dog at another home. The child reported leaving a swimming pool and walking past a dog, which was tied up, when the dog bit. The officer met with the dog’s owner, who said the child was teasing the dog. The owner said they contacted the child’s mother after the incident. The owner also provided police with current shot records and the dog’s city license. No enforcement action was taken.
• A Socorro man was contacted on Bagley about 4:15 p.m. on an outstanding warrant and was arrested.
• A Socorro man reported receiving a text message warning him to stay away from a woman. He said he responded to the text and was then threatened that the person texting him was a police officer. The man believed the woman was sending the messages.
• A Socorro woman reported about 9:30 p.m. the suspect, a Socorro man, threatened her, holding two knives. She said she calmed the suspect before he left, but she was afraid during the altercation. The officer was unable to locate the suspect as of the time of the report.
• A man complained the suspect, another Socorro man, battered a Socorro woman at her residence on El Camino Real. The woman complained of pain to both arms and showed signs of battery. The woman said the suspect arrived at her residence arguing, and it turned violent. She said the suspect took her phone away and threw it across the room, breaking it. The officer spoke with the suspect on the telephone. The suspect said he walked in on the woman snorting pills with two others and became upset. He argued with her and took her phone. He said he threw the phone when she bit him on the hand. He denied biting her.
• About 9 a.m. a Socorro man reported someone had taking his prescription medication from his home, but nothing else was disturbed. No signs of forced entry were found.
• A Socorro woman was served a warrant at the detention center.
• A Socorro man contacted on a traffic stop about 11:20 a.m. on Bullock had a valid warrant. He was arrested.
• A Socorro woman reported a Socorro man struck her, knocking her down. The officer observed marks on the victim and documented the injury. A witness reported seeing the man and woman arguing and attempted to separate them, but was also struck. An ambulance took the woman to the hospital and the officer met with the man, who said the woman grabbed him during an argument and wouldn’t let go. He said he pushed the woman away and she fell down, then when he was leaving she hit him in the back of the head. The officer told the man not to return home.
• A Walmart employee witnessed a Magdalena man trying to take merchandise from the store. The employee detained the man and recovered the property, and the man was arrested.
• A Walmart employee reported seeing a Socorro woman on camera stealing a $200 Gateway laptop computer. The officer identified the woman on the video and made contact with her. After being advised of her rights, the woman admitted to the theft but said she had disposed of the computer. She was arrested. She later turned in the stolen laptop.
• A Walmart employee reported a Socorro man and woman tried to take items from the store without paying. The items were returned to the store and the pair were arrested.
• About 4 p.m. a Socorro woman reported someone entered the locker room at the city pool and stole her cellphone.
• A Socorro man was contacted about 6 p.m. for having three warrants. The warrants were confirmed and the man arrested.
• A Socorro man was contacted about 7:30 p.m. on two warrants and was arrested.
• A Socorro man was contacted on California Street for driving on a suspended or revoked license. He admitted his license was suspended and a check confirmed it. He was arrested and gave consent to search the vehicle. Before the search, a Socorro woman arrived on the scene. During the search the officer found a multi-colored marijuana pipe, which the woman claimed was hers. She was cited.
• A Magdalena man was pulled over for a broken headlight about 11:45 p.m. on Frontage Road by the bridge. A National Crime Information Center check showed the man had a valid warrant. He was arrested and booked into jail.
• About 1:15 a.m. a Phoenix woman reported someone entered her room at the Holiday Inn, taking her makeup and $300 cash. The officer obtained the key code account from the clerk, which showed no activity while the woman was not in the room.
• A Socorro woman reported someone had gone to her apartment, damaged several items and took a fan. The officer found a possible suspect, a Socorro man. He denied entering the apartment.
• An officer arrested a Socorro woman on a valid warrant and found she had narcotics.
• A Socorro man reported his cellphone was stolen from a party by an unknown suspect.
• An officer arrested a Socorro woman for three valid warrants and for concealing her identity.
• An officer told a Socorro man to leave an area by Sixth Street after another Socorro man complained about 3:05 a.m. When the man refused to leave, he was arrested for disorderly conduct. A Socorro woman was also arrested on a valid warrant.
• A Socorro woman reported about 8:20 a.m. she was attacked by two dogs on Leroy Place. The officer found the dogs’ owner and cited her.
• A Socorro man and woman had conflicting stories regarding a domestic dispute on Memory Lane about 10 a.m. The officer recommended the woman leave the area.
• An elderly Socorro man reported another Socorro man possibly stole several of his things. The other man said the elderly man told him to take the items for doing yard work. No enforcement action was taken.
• An officer found a Socorro man highly intoxicated and in full public view at the plaza about 3:15 p.m. The man was arrested.
• A Socorro man reported about 12:05 a.m. that another Socorro man knocked out the window at his residence on Faulkner then left. No contact was made with the suspect as of the time of the report.
• An officer responded to a domestic disturbance about 1:58 a.m. A Socorro woman said her boyfriend poured beer on her, but she did not wish to pursue charges. No contact was made with the boyfriend as of the time of the report.
• A Socorro man reported about 2:06 a.m. that his girlfriend hit him and broke his window. The girlfriend admitted hitting him and breaking the window after catching him in bed with his sister. Charges are to be filed.
• A Socorro man reported allowing another Socorro man to live with him. When the second man moved out, the first noticed damage to the room he had stayed in. Damage was estimated at $100.
• An officer served a Socorro woman with an arrest warrant at the county jail.
• An officer found a Socorro woman and arrested her on a bench warrant about 12:30 p.m. at the plaza.
• An officer found a Polvadera woman highly intoxicated and in full public view about 12:40 p.m. on Francisco de Avondo. She was arrested for her safety and the safety of others.
• An officer arrested a Socorro man on a bench warrant about 3 p.m. on Middle Road.
• A Socorro woman complained another Socorro woman had issued worthless checks. She said she had given the suspect a chance to pay the checks but the suspect had not done so.
• An officer arrested a Socorro man on a bench warrant about 9:40 a.m. on Spring Street.
• A Socorro man reported $150 worth of paintbrushes stolen from the back of his vehicle on Bullock.
• A Socorro woman reported someone stole several items from her apartment on Eaton, including a TV, laptop computer, PlayStation and sound system.
• An officer found a Socorro man on Bagley and arrested him on a bench warrant about 3 p.m.
• A Socorro man reported someone accessed his account, canceling his debit card and requesting a new one. He said his ex-girlfriend, a Socorro woman, showed up a few days later with the new card delivered to her address.
• Police were dispatched to a robbery in progress on South California Street about 4 p.m. A Socorro man told a Magdalena man to leave his residence, then the Magdalena man and a Grants man hit the Socorro man with pipes. Officers arrested the Magdalena man and booked the Grants man after he was seen at the hospital.
• A Walmart employee reported catching a Socorro woman taking items from the store without paying. The woman was cited.
• A Socorro man was contacted about 1:10 a.m. on California Street for having a valid warrant. The warrant was confirmed and the man arrested.
• A Socorro man was contacted at his home about 2:50 p.m. during a shoplifting investigation. The man exited his apartment through the window. When he was again contacted, he refused to take his hands out of his pockets. The officer patted the suspect down, and the suspect said he had a syringe in his pocket with narcotics. The man was arrested.
• A Smith’s employee reported seeing a Magdalena man put a bottle of alcohol in his pants. When the employee confronted the man, he tried to flee but the employee detained him. The man was arrested.
• A Magdalena man was contacted about 3 p.m. on Bullock for his involvement in a shoplifting. The man consented to a search and the officer found two prescription pills, although the man did not possess a valid prescription. The pills were taken as evidence and charges were filed.
• A Socorro man and a Socorro woman each reported the other was sending harassing text messages. The officer was shown the messages, which were forwarded to the police department. Both were cited into court.
• An officer found a Bernalillo man highly intoxicated and in full public view about 5:40 p.m. on Fatima Road. The man was arrested.
• An officer was dispatched to a fight at Calvary Chapel about 7:14 p.m. On arrival, the officer saw a Socorro woman push a Lemitar man. The woman said the man held onto her, causing her to loose her breath, during the argument. The man said he was talking to the woman when the argument started. She began hitting and scratching him, breaking his glasses. The officer documented the man’s injuries, and the woman was arrested.
• A Socorro man reported someone entered his home on Vigil, stealing gold necklaces and a cross pendant valued at $200.
• An officer was dispatched to Blue Canyon Road about 8:57 p.m. to remove a drunk. On arrival, the officer witnessed a Socorro woman pushing another woman, the Blue Canyon resident. During contact, the pushy Socorro woman was not compliant and fled to a car. The victim said the pushy woman was intoxicated and needed to be removed, but declined to press charges. The intoxicated woman was removed from the property and cited into court.