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Posted: Friday, September 28, 2012 12:00 am

Patrol Logs

Grants Police

Department

September 19

09:40 – A Wells Fargo Bank caller advised that a woman had tried to cash a check on a closed account. The woman stated that the man who owned the account told her to cash the check so that she and her children could have some money. Police decided to gather further information after speaking with the man.

11:46 – A woman caller advised that someone had been living in a rundown apartment next to her tenant’s apartment and had been stealing the apartment’s electricity. No one was in the residence when police arrived. Officers decided to return to the house later.

16:00 – The reporting officer arrested Mannie Cabrera after noting that his motorcycle had no license plates.

16:07 – The caller advised that an intoxicated woman had been walking in and out of traffic in front of east Santa Fe Avenue restaurant. The officer on scene advised that the woman was okay and reported that the woman, who was sitting on the curb, was trying to get to Whitehorse from Laguna.

18:00 – The caller advised that 15 year-old had been stabbed in the ear. Police responded and officers reported that the teen had a scratch on his ear and took information for a report.

September 20

20:23 – The caller advised that he had been stabbed in the hand and required an ambulance. After the victim placed the phone down, dispatch was able to hear that the subjects were arguing. Grants Police Department responded and a Mount Taylor Ambulance transported the caller to Cibola General Hospital.

20:35 – The reporting party advised that their one-year-old child had been having an attack of some sort and requested medical assistance. Dispatch was then advised that the parents had taken the child to Cibola General Hospital.

21:13 – The caller advised that there was a fight between family members in their residence. Police responded and learned that it was simply a verbal argument about some family issues.

23:34 – The caller advised that there had been a fight between two male subjects and a pregnant woman who had been holding her stomach, and who seemed to be in pain. Police advised that the two males had cuts on their faces, after which all three were treated at Cibola General Hospital. The two males were then taken to Cibola County Detention Center for booking.

September 21

09:39 – A Los Alamitos Middle School caller advised that there was an eight grader in the hall with a gun. Police on scene advised that the student and a friend both had BB guns with them. Officers also found a knife on one student. Both items were confiscated and police spoke to the parents.

14:50 – A Mesa View Elementary School caller stated that there was a suspicious man parked in front of the school. Police advised that they had made contact with the subject, Dion Pena, and were going to transport him to Cibola County Detention Center for booking.

September 22

01:28 – The caller advised that there was a male subject who was passed out and bleeding from his mouth. He reportedly had been intoxicated and was identified by the caller as a diabetic. Police responded and a Mount Taylor Ambulance transported him to Cibola General Hospital.

07:47 – The caller advised that he had been unsuccessful in his attempts to contact his mother at an area motel. He wanted a welfare check performed. Police on the scene were unable to establish contact with the woman and called the reporting party back. After showing obvious anger, the reporting party then stated that he was trained in deadly martial arts, and was an ex-Green Beret that nobody knew about because of classified information. He that if he were unable to contact his mother, there would be “hell to pay.”

13:11 – Dispatch received several calls about subjects fighting at the Riverwalk Park near the pond. Police advised that they had a female subject in custody and were taking her to the station for booking.

17:34 - The caller advised that there was a heavily intoxicated man with a gun walking around the apartment complex. Police made contact with the subject and learned that it was a pellet gun. Police confiscated the gun because the man appeared to be intoxicated.

September 23

03:43 – A Laguna caller stated that he had been hit on the head with a pistol the night before and needed to file a report. Attempts to contact the caller were unsuccessful, and police left a voicemail.

08:54 – An officer stated that he had David Martinez in custody and was taking him to Cibola County Detention Center for booking.

September 24

01:53 – The caller advised that there had been a tall skinny male trying to break into an abandoned trailer near her residence. Police on scene made contact with Alvin Begay and transported him for booking.

07:52 – The caller advised that his 86-year-old mother had a lot of pain in her legs and required an ambulance. Mount Taylor Ambulance transported the subject to Cibola General Hospital.

08:53 – The caller advised that her dog had been attacked the night before and needed to take him to the vet.

11:36 – The caller wanted to speak to an officer in reference to his sister possibly stealing money from his mother. The reporting party believed that his sister had stolen some copper wire and $800.

12:48 – An officer advised that he had stopped a stolen vehicle and had taken a female subject in custody.

13:02 – Multiple callers reported an intoxicated male subject was hanging on the light pole on the corner of Roosevelt Avenue and Mesa Boulevard. Police were advised that a vehicle had picked up the subject.

15:35 – The caller advised that he had a rattlesnake in a container and wanted animal control to pick it up. Police reported they had the rattlesnake in custody.

18:47 – The caller advised that there was a 20 year-old man having a seizure. Mount Taylor Ambulance transported the man to Cibola General Hospital.

19:24 – A caller reported that someone had siphoned gas from his van. The caller stated that before he had left, the van had been completely full, but when he tried to start the vehicle, the tank was empty. The suspect seemed to have left his gas can on the scene with his name written on it.

22:15 – The reporting party stated that someone had hit her truck in a parking lot, and fled the scene. The other vehicle was not identified.

23:27 – A caller reported that a woman had snuck into his house, stolen his keys, and had taken his car while he was sleeping. Police ran a check on a possible subject and were advised to keep an eye out for the license plate number.

23:43 – The caller advised that there was a male subject who needed help getting back into bed. Grants Fire Department members were able to get the man back into bed.

September 25

01:30 – The caller had advised that his daughter, Natalee Mathis, had not returned home from work that night. When police contacted the child’s cell phone carrier, they were able to locate the address of the phone. The reporting party called back and said that she still hadn’t returned home. Police then placed the child into National Crime Information Center as a runaway.

Milan Police

Department

September 19

11:28 – A Milan Swimming Pool caller advised that she had found an unknown item while cleaning under the vending machine outside. Police reported that it was a hollow aluminum foil pipe for smoking marijuana, and took it for evidence.

21:25 – The caller requested a welfare check on a 45-year-old male who was reportedly suicidal. He had left the residence on foot and hadn’t returned. Police were unable to make contact with the subject and put out an “Attempt to Locate” on Ronald Willie.

September 25

12:40 – Savannah McBride of Grants was arrested subsequent to a background check required by Grants Housing authorities. McBride was then transported to Cibola County Detention center for booking.

Indictments

Thirteenth Judicial

District Court

• Carlos Terrazas Gonzales, born in 1973, was indicted on Sept. 21 for an incident that occurred on Aug. 29. He was indicted on one count of criminal sexual penetration of a child younger than 13 years of age, a first-degree felony.

• Brenda Lee Chavez, born in 1974, was indicted on Sept. 21 for several incidents that occurred on Aug. 12. She was indicted on one count of receiving stolen property, a fourth degree felony; and one count of conspiracy to commit receiving of stolen property, a fourth degree felony.

• Dorla Brown, born in 1986, was indicted on Sept. 21 for several incidents that occurred on Aug. 12. She was indicted on one count of receiving stolen property, a fourth degree felony; and one count of conspiracy to commit receiving of stolen property, a fourth degree felony.

• Gary L Gerrard, born in 1979, was indicted on Sept. 21 for several incidents that occurred on Aug. 2. He was indicted on one count of felony drug possession, a fourth degree felony; and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor.

Judgments

Cibola County

Magistrate Court

• Your Credit Inc. of Grants, plaintiff v. Eugene Begay of Grants, defendant –

On Sept. 24, by default, the court ruled in favor of Your Credit Inc. and ordered that Begay pay the plaintiff $513.

• Your Credit Inc. of Grants, plaintiff v. Frank Fancisco of Thoreau, defendant –

On Sept. 24, by default, the court ruled in favor of Your Credit Inc. and ordered that Fancisco pay the plaintiff $379.

• Your Credit Inc. of Grants, plaintiff v. Sharon Welletto of Prewitt, defendant –

On Sept. 24, by default, the court ruled in favor of Your Credit Inc. and ordered that Welletto pay the plaintiff $715.

• Your Credit Inc. of Grants, plaintiff v. Sabrina Mariano of San Fidel, defendant –

On Sept. 24, by default, the court ruled in favor of Your Credit Inc. and ordered that Mariano pay the plaintiff $1,128.

• Your Credit Inc. of Grants, plaintiff v. Kimberly Chavez of Grants, defendant –

On Sept. 24, by default, the court ruled in favor of Your Credit Inc. and ordered that Chavez pay the plaintiff $375.

• Wakefield & Associates Inc. of Albuquerque, plaintiff, v. Rose Molina of Cubero, defendant –

On Sept. 24, the court ruled in favor of Wakefield & Associates, and ordered that Molina pay the plaintiff the amount of $834.

• Gloria Latham of Milan, plaintiff v. James and Carlene Greer, of Milan, defendants – On Sept. 24, the court ruled in favor of the plaintiff and ordered that the defendants pay the amount of $ 1,027.

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