•Scott Caton was cited for careless driving after reporting he had damaged a gas pump with his trailer at the Broadway Service gas station. According to the report, Caton pulled into the gas pumps westbound and when he finished fueling his vehicle, he pulled forward and swung to the left to make a U-turn back onto the highway. When he thought he was clear of the pumps, he turned back to the right and the left rear end of his 29 foot fifth wheel camper trailer swung to the left, striking the gas pump.
•Robert McMichael reported someone had stolen his red hydraulic bumper jack and a five or six piece Craftsmen deep impact socket set from his home on Juniper Lane. According to the report, he had noticed the tools were missing two weeks prior, but waited to file a report because he wanted to make sure a friend or a relative didn’t borrow the tools and he also wanted to try to gather more information to help deputies. He only had one possible suspect, a granddaughter with a drug problem that might have stolen the tools for money. The deputy photographed the area, took detailed notes regarding tire tracks possibly linked to the burglary and canvassed the neighborhood, but he didn’t hear or see anything suspicious. He also consulted pawn records, but did not find anything that matched the description of the stolen items. McMichael’s granddaughter was eventually questioned about the burglary, and she did not know what a hydraulic bumper jack was or anyone that might have taken it. The case is pending further investigation.
•David Anthony Fisher was arrested and taken into custody for domestic violence and on a felony warrant after deputies chased him down after a fight in progress was reported at 39 Conejos Boulevard. According to the report, Fisher was the passenger in a white Mazda that eventually came to a stop on Bonney Lane. Fisher was unruly and pushed the deputy twice before he was identified as someone with violent tendencies. After he waived his Miranda rights, he told the deputy he was only having a verbal argument with his girlfriend of three months and nothing happened. When the deputy told him he had heard another version of the story, Fisher sighed, looked down at his chest and stopped talking, according to the report.
•Joseph Medina was arrested and placed in custody at the Alamosa County Detention Center on a failure to appear warrant.
•Linndon Gallegos was arrested and released for theft of less then $500 and concealment of goods after he was caught allegedly stealing four magazines - Inked, Tattoos for Men, Low Rider and Rebel Ink - a marker, a black pen and a pack of Marlboro Black cigarettes from Loaf N Jug, according to the report. When deputies had him in custody outside of the store, Gallegos asked a deputy if he still had his pack of cigarettes. When the deputy said that he did not, Gallegos was disappointed that they were still in the trashcan in the bathroom were he had stashed some of the goods. Gallegos was banned from the store.