Favorite Blotter entries 2019

Posted 12/31/19

The oddest police calls in 2019:

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Favorite Blotter entries 2019


Jan. 2

10:09 a.m. Larceny, Taos County Economic Development Center - A caller reported that 1,000 pounds of meat had been stolen from a freezer, possibly over a period of months.

Jan. 31

3:01 p.m. Law, unknown problem, Colorado Road - A caller said she was being stalked by someone who had been hypnotizing her since last summer. She suspected her stalker is someone rich and powerful.

March 27

11:15 p.m. Narcotics offense adult, Walmart - A caller said a woman parked in a vehicle was doing drugs, but an officer later discovered she was just texting on her phone.

March 29

2:54 p.m. Trespassing, Paseo del Pueblo Norte - A caller said her neighbor stole her "No trespassing" signs. She said this has been happening for years.

May 13

3:42 p.m. Parking violation, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory - A caller said a big red truck was parked behind their vehicle blocking them in. When asked for the truck's license plate, the caller said she didn't know because New Mexico license plates are "so weird."

May 22

5:35 p.m. Larceny, La Lomita Road - A caller said she was walking her dog. When she returned home she saw a red pickup truck with bullet holes in its windshield. She said the driver then took off, taking her rooster and a clay pot.

July 20

12:08 a.m. Welfare check, Walmart - A caller said there was a woman and a little girl walking north from the store. A responding officer learned they were heading to Taos High School and gave them a ride.

July 31

7:02 p.m. Information report, Gusdorf Place - A caller said that her neighbor's child had egged her house. The caller said this happens when the child is left alone at home.

Aug. 5

6:27 p.m. Criminal damage, Lamento del Coyote - A caller said someone broke into her vehicle and got stuck inside. The suspect broke a window to get out and left a six-pack of beer inside.

Aug. 8

7:29 a.m. Information report, Taos Municipal Court - A caller said two books were left on the steps, including one titled, "Till Death Do Us Part."

Aug. 11

8:30 p.m. Information report, Mariposa Apartments - A caller said her daughter and a friend were outside picking plums, when some other people started throwing apricots at them and told them they needed to stop or they would beat them up.

Aug. 25

9:39 p.m. Harassment, Pizza Hut - A caller said a man was threatening him to come over and beat up staff over his bad chicken wings.

Sept. 21

9:03 p.m. Larceny, Mondo Italiano - A caller said a man dined and dashed.

Oct. 30

10:23 p.m. Suspicious circumstance, Taos County Adult Detention Center - A caller said a suspicious vehicle was caught on camera. Upon investigating, an officer found that the driver was just resting near the jail after a long drive.

Nov. 20

11:02 p.m. Larceny, Taco Bell - A caller said an employee ran off toward Community Against Violence with the cash register. He was still wearing his Taco Bell shirt.

Dec. 5

2019: 4:04 p.m. Larceny, Morgan Road - A caller said she came back home to find her black Saab parked differently with mud all over. Nothing was stolen from the vehicle. She said this is an ongoing issue.


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