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UPDATED ON 04/11/2018
The Information below is obtained from Public Information Sources, but is NOT an official source of data.  Please keep in mind that the information below has been reported but not verified as to the accuracy. 

April 2018

Date            Report #            Type of         Location
Reported    18-                     Offense*        Street Name**        Public Information relating to the report                                                                                     
04/01/18    301475               Burglary        Buffalo Bend           No information was provided
04/01/18    301477               Burglary        Teal Dr                    No information  was provided
04/04/18    030026               Auto Theft      Rainer Rd              Resident reports vehicle was locked and it was taken.    
04/11/18    032041               Burglary         Rocky Mnt Rd        Window broke out side of residence, items stolen
04/12/18    032142               BMV              Park Bend Dr         Resident left two vehicles unlocked, items taken      

March 2018

Date            Report #          Type of        Location
Reported    18-                    Offense*     Street Name**            Public Information relating to this report                                                                                    
03/04/18     301016            BMV            Warm Springs Trl       Car broken into and a gun stolen
03/08/18     301098            Theft            Grand Mesa Dr          Package stolen off front porch
03/14/18     301200            BMV             Teal Dr                       Window smashed to take cellphone charger
03/21/18     025286            Theft             Rincon Way               Two flower pots stolen from front yard
03/26/18     026732            BMV             Tularosa Ct                 Vehicle left unlocked
03/27/18     027120            Burglary       Glen Springs               Front Door kicked in


Recent Crime Reported in the PID 6 Communities


On February 8th a Hispanic male in his early 20's about 5 feet 5 inches to 5 feet 7 inches tall with short hair took a 2011 Cadillac CTS at gunpoint from a resident on Broken Bow Drive.  This happened in the resident's driveway around 9:30 in the evening.  It is possible that the resident was followed home from a nearby fast food restaurant.  Thankfully no one was hurt.  This is a reminder to all that one needs to be aware of their surroundings and scan the area (front, back and side to side) when you are coming or going from your home.  If you believe you are being followed DO NOT GO HOME.  Drive to a well lighted area where there are lots of people.  Honk your horn to get attention and call 9-1-1 if you have a cell phone or roll your window down just enough to ask someone else to call the police.  Remember if you do feel that you are being followed and going to a public place, do NOT allow yourself to be boxed in, but position your vehicle so that you can drive off if approached by the person you think has been following you.   If you are about home and not sure if you have been followed, make the block as you scan the area around you.  if someone is home, call and ask that they turn on the lights and look out the windows.  And always drive with your vehicle doors locked.  ​
   * Types of Report made:
    BMV = Burglary Motor Vehicle     Burg = theft from a garage or home     BurgBld = Burglary of building Auto = Auto Theft     Theft = Item stolen     Robbery = Theft involving a weapon or force.

   ** Specific Address are not provided to protect the identity of the victim. 

Crime Stats are usually posted by Tuesday of each week prior to 9 PM (Except when effected by City Holiday) 

Please dial 9-1-1 anytime you see a crime in progress or what looks like a crime in progress.  If you see suspicious activity please dial 9-1-1.  What is "suspicious" - perhaps the simplest way to 
explain it is the action you see seem so out of place that you take notice and you believe what you are seeing could reasonable be linked to some type illegal activity.  This would include someone that seems to be just scoping out the area, especially if you don't recognize the person and you see them more than once in the same area just hanging around.