Thursday, December 2, 2010

Socorro County Sheriff's Blotter

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

Oct. 18
An officer was dispatched at 11:40 p.m. to Slaton Road in Lemitar in regards to a 911 hang up. The suspect stated that she had tried to run over her husband, causing damage to their trailer home. She was intoxicated and admitted to driving a vehicle used in her attempt to run over her husband. She was arrested and transported to the Socorro Police Dept. for a breath test before being booked into the Socorro County Detention Center.

Oct. 20
A woman from Las Cruces was pulled over for speeding at 12:11 p.m. on Interstate 25 at mile marker 139. The deputy and a State Police officer met with the disoriented woman, who was taken to the State Police office. The family was contacted.

Oct. 28
An officer was contacted at 9:08 p.m. by complainant 1 in Magdalena, who stated that complainant 2 had left their children at her home in Luis Lopez unattended and with food. The officer met with complainant 2 who was at the residence with the children. Complainant 1 went by the house to check on the children and he started an argument with complainant 2. He was asked to leave by complainant 2. Complainant 2 was going to be away from the residence for approximately two hours and the children were being cared for by her 12 year-old son. There are three children in the home.

Nov. 1
A man in Escondida reported that a neighbor’s dog bit him when he was at the mailbox area. He said he normally carries a stick for protection against the woman’s dogs. The officer met with the dog’s owner and she stated that the dog jumped the wall and that she told the victim to stay still and the dog would not attack. He made a motion with his hat in hand and the dog bit him. The man stated that the woman had another dog who is the aggressor and wants it taken by the animal control officer. This was not the first time law enforcement has been called to this residence in regards to dogs.

A Polvadera woman reported that she is being harassed by a man and woman. She stated she has a child with the man and they do not have joint custody. She said that the woman has made comments in regards to her status as the child’s mother. She has asked the man to bring the woman along when he picks up the child. She said he is not abiding by a court order regarding the visitation.

Nov. 2
A man was backing up at the Polvadera post office at 12:20 p.m. and struck a fence causing damage. He spoke with the postmaster and made arrangement to repair the damaged area.

Nov. 3
A man in San Antonio reported at 9:15 a.m. that damage had been done to his mother’s vehicle. He stated that the suspect came by his residence and barged into the home. She yelled at him and threatened him. She then walked out of the residence and entered his mother’s car and pulled the face plate off the stereo. She then left the area. An officer met with her and denied everything.

Nov. 4
A man in Veguita reported at 8:20 a.m. that someone stole a submersible water pump, a new pressure tank, and wiring for the system from his property in Bernardo. The unknown suspect took the items and cut the electrical wiring and even attempted to pull the copper wiring out of the ground from the power pole. The victim is to forward information on tenants living there.

An officer joined a Parole and Probation compliance officer in a home visit in Lemitar at 8:15 p.m. The male suspect admitted to having consumed alcoholic beverages in violation of his probation. He was arrested and taken to the detention center.

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