Police Blotter: Female receptionists receive threatening calls

September 10, 2013 • Police Blotter


Police took a report from Comfort Suites, 3610 N. Main St., Monday, where female receptionists have been receiving threatening phone calls. According to the police, the subject never calls when a male receptionist is working the desk. Similar incidents have also been reported by Holiday Inn.


Criminal damage

• Police were dispatched to James Polk Stone Community Bank, 1801 S. Main St., Monday, after subjects threw [auth] rocks through a window, causing $800 worth of damages.

• Police responded to Sun Country Realty, 600 W. Second Street, Monday, where subjects damaged air conditioning units when they removed the copper. Replacement costs were estimated at $2,000.



• Police were called to the Roswell Humane Society, 703 E. McGaffey St., Monday. A representative of the Humane Society reported two security cameras, valued at $500, had been removed from the outside of the building.

• Police were dispatched to Plateau, 1301-1/2 N. Virginia Avenue, Monday, where subjects cut the chain and padlock on a gate to a fenced yard and stole a utility trailer valued at $4,000. The chain and lock were also missing.



• Police responded to 1600 S.E. Main Street, Monday, after subjects pried a door open and took a computer valued at $1,000. Subjects also tried unsuccessfully to gain entry to the offices of New Mexico Senior Olympics. Damages to the door and frame were assessed at $600.

• Police were called to the 1900 block of South Union Avenue, Monday, after a woman discovered a 1911 .45 caliber pistol was missing. The handgun was valued at $700.

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