Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Socorro County Sheriff's Blotter

Information for the following items was provided by the Socorro County Sheriff's office.

Oct. 25
An officer was dispatched at noon to a ranch in Pueblitos on a report of damage to a residence. It was noticed that the ranch house had damage throughout, caused by weapons being discharged on the property and in the home. An old truck in the yard was also damaged by gunfire. Approximately 40 shotgun cartridges were found in and near the home. No suspects at time of the report, although footprints and tire tracks were left.

Oct. 26
A woman in San Antonio reported at 9:59 p.m. that the suspect and her juvenile daughter called her phone and left harassing and threatening messages. She had the messages saved and the officer listened to them. When interviewed, the suspect admitted to it and said she wouldn’t do it again. The woman stated that she did not want to pursue the charges unless the calls continued.

Nov. 5
A Socorro man reported at noon that he had been incarcerated, and upon returning to his residence he found that items had been taken, including a computer, web cam, headphones, a key chain with five keys, his social security card and an amount of cash. No suspects at time of report.

Nov. 11
An officer responded at 8:30 a.m. to a call from a Polvadera woman who reported a deceased person. It was learned that the deceased had numerous medical problems. OMI was called to the scene and she was pronounced.

A woman on Bosquecito Road reported at 11:45 a.m. that someone had taken three of her goats and had butchered them. She stated that three goats came up missing on Nov. 8 and on Nov. 11 one of her dogs brought a leg onto the property belonging to one of the goats. The leg had been skinned indicating that whoever took the goats had skinned and butchered them. No suspects at time of report.

Nov. 14
A San Antonio woman reported at 10 a.m. that a pickup had parked outside her property line on Bosquecito Road and occupants met with another party in the same location. She stated that she felt that persons in the vehicles included a former employee of hers. It was learned that the vehicles were from out of Socorro County and did not belong to the past employee.

An officer was at a restaurant on California Street at 11:16 p.m. when he noticed the suspect chasing another man through the parking lot, who was being battered by the suspect. The victim ran to the door of the establishment and made contact with the deputy. The suspect was told to stop, but he fled the area. Two deputy sheriffs caught up with him and when he resisted he had to be restrained. He was placed under arrest and transported to the detention center.

Nov. 16
Vehicle 2 was parked on private property on State Road 1 in San Antonio at 2 p.m. when vehicle 1 was backing up. The driver of vehicle 1 failed to see vehicle 2 and struck it while in the process of backing. Vehicle 2 sustained moderate damage to the front end, while vehicle 1 sustained slight damage to the rear end. Vehicle 2 was driven to mechanic’s shop for repairs.

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