Police Blotter

April 9, 2011 • Police Blotter


•Police were called to Farmers Market, 800 W. Hobbs St., Thursday, after an employee received a phone call stating that a gun and scope were trained on her. At first the employee thought it was a prank until she received several more calls saying the same thing. Officials were unable to trace the calls or the location from which they were made.

•Counseling Associates, 111 E. Mescalero Road, reported a threat made upon staff and building by a client who said he was going to get a gun and shoot [auth] them.


•Police were dispatched to Title Cash of New Mexico, 2901 N. Main St., Thursday, where someone ransacked the building. Files had been searched and change removed. The subject gained entry through one of two windows, which had been broken. Estimated cost of damages is $750.

•Police were sent to the 3300 block of South Sunset Avenue, Thursday. The victim stated that he had left his vehicle at work and went to a job site. When he returned he discoverd a window broken and seats slashed. In addition, a Pioneer CD player, two 12- inch Pioneer subwoofers, a red Sony 100-watt amplifier, various CDs and children’s toys had been removed from the vehicle. Total value of missing items is estimated at $750.

Indecent exposure

•Police were called to the corner of Grand Avenue and East Bonney Street, Thursday, where a man was exposing himself.


•Police were dispatched to Kmart, 1705 S. Main St., Thursday, after a female attempted to leave the store with four cans of Enfamil infant formula and two Reeses chocolate Easter bunnies. The youth was issued a juvenile arrest citation.


•Gracie Carabajal, arrested on Monday on charges of shooting at an occupied dwelling and featured in Roswell’s Most Wanted, has had additional charges filed against her for larceny. The victim saw Carabajal’s picture in the Daily Record and recognized her as someone who had removed more than $600 from her wallet.

Anyone having information on these or any other crimes should contact Crime Stoppers, 888- 594-TIPS (8477). Callers may remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward.

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