Tentative Pot Luck Date Saturday, Jul 28 2012 

Working on a September date for a Pot Luck.  Suggestions?  Ideas?  Planning for mid-September at Maclovia Park…  late afternoon evening… no alcohol.  Please feel free to add ideas.

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Couple from Gallegos Thursday, Jul 26 2012 

This evening, couple observed walking up from Gallegos, up Maez to Cerrillos.  Male, 150-160lbs.  Bright red cut off T-shirt.  Below the knee baggy black shorts.  Female, 130lbs.  Jeans.  Long wavy black hair.  Couple did some business in the parking lot of U-serve gas station.  Then he took off to the Smiths parking lot while she waited at the U-serve gas station.  He was conducting some business in the Smiths parking lot when police were contacted.

If you email your observations to casaalegreneighborhood@gmail.com it will put all in the hood on notice that they are being watched and are in the spotlight.  As you can see all reports are anonymous.

The purple 90’s Mustang with lot’s of grey primer that we have all come to know and love was pulled over on Luana this evening.

Housing on Gallegos a hot spot for drugs and drug dealing.  Too bad government housing attracts the lower element of human life.  It destroys the entire plan of assisted housing.

30 Days in the Hood Tuesday, Jul 24 2012 

ASSAULT
29 Jun 2012
1400 Block MACLOVIA ST
Identifier: 121810194(CFS)
HARASSMENT
 
THEFT FROM VEHICLE
29 Jun 2012
1700 Block CAMINO CARLOS REY
Identifier: 121810139(CFS)
BURGLARY OF MOTOR VEHICLE
 
THEFT
01 Jul 2012
1200 Block APACHE AVE
Identifier: 121830441(CFS)
LARCENY OF BICYCLE
 
THEFT
01 Jul 2012
1300 Block LUJAN ST
Identifier: 121830013(CFS)
BURGLARY
 
ASSAULT
04 Jul 2012
1300 Block MAEZ RD
AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
Identifier: 121860917(CFS)
ASSAULT
 
ASSAULT
05 Jul 2012
1300 Block MAEZ RD
AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
Identifier: 121870487(CFS)
ASSAULT
 
THEFT
05 Jul 2012
1300 Block MAEZ RD
BURGLARY
Identifier: 121870495(CFS)
THEFT
 
BREAKING & ENTERING
05 Jul 2012
1300 Block MACLOVIA ST
Identifier: 121870137(CFS)
BURGLARY
 
THEFT FROM VEHICLE
09 Jul 2012
1200 Block APACHE AVE
Identifier: 121910577(CFS)
BURGLARY OF MOTOR VEHICLE
 
THEFT FROM VEHICLE
12 Jul 2012
1100 Block OSAGE AVE
Identifier: 121940402(CFS)
BURGLARY OF MOTOR VEHICLE
 
THEFT
16 Jul 2012
2500 Block MAEZ CT
Identifier: 121980147(CFS)
LARCENY
 

Not sure if this one made it to the books Monday, Jul 23 2012 

THEfT
16 Jul 2012
2500 Block MAEZ CT
Identifier: 121980147(CFS)
LARCENY
 

Residential Burglaries Drop Dramatically in the First Half of July Friday, Jul 20 2012 

Mayor Coss wants Comprehensive and Regional Effort

 Santa Fe, NM – July 17, 2012 – Residential and automobile burglaries are both down more than 50% in July compared to the same period last year according to the Santa Fe Police Department’s latest statistics. The Santa Fe Police Department is attributing the drop to Operation Full Court Press which aims to reduce property crime by focusing on repeat offenders and high crime areas. Operation Full Court Press has been underway since mid-June.

 “We’ve worked hard to redeploy resources to address this problem and it’s great to see some preliminary results. We need to stay vigilant and keep working with the courts, neighborhoods and the rest of the community to continue to improve this problem,” said Chief Raymond Rael of the Santa Fe Police Department.

 Many burglaries are rooted in drug problems according to property crimes detective Sergeant Jerome Sanchez, “It’s clear that heroin is the main driver of property crime.  Every single burglar we’ve talked to this month has clearly been using heroin.”

 In an effort to address the root cause of the issue, Mayor David Coss is co-hosting a forum on Wednesday, July 18 with the Drug Policy Alliance that will look at an innovative program designed to break the cycle of addiction and crime in a community.

 “We clearly can’t arrest our way out of this problem. We need a multi-disciplinary and regional approach, so we’re hoping to work closely with Espanola, Santa FeCounty and other regional governments to address all aspects of this complex issue,” said Mayor Coss.

 The Santa Fe Police Department is asking that members of the community help reduce crime by not leaving valuables in plain sight in vehicles. They also ask that people be the eyes and ears of the police and report suspicious activity to (505) 428-3710.

 Keep up the good work.

We are grateful to the men and women of the SFPD!!

Theft on Gallegos Lane? – No Way Friday, Jul 20 2012 

THEFT
16 Jul 2012
2500 Block MAEZ CT
Identifier: 121980147(CFS)
LARCENY
 
Listed on the Crime Reports Map BUT NOT IN THE POLICE NOTES!!!  Family ties between law breakers and law enforcement is at least partially the reason our neighborhood is stagnant.  Drugs flow freely in and out of the Casa Alegre, Maez, Gallegos Lane neighborhood.  The passage of those drugs is sanctioned by big money, connections in high places.  Officers on the street are likely unaware and simply compromised.  We in the Casa Alegre Neighborhood are greatly appreciative of the honest, hard working police officers of the SFPD who continually sacrifice to try and help make Santa Fe a positive place to live.
 
Below are some of the recent crimes in Santa Fe that the SFPD has had to address;
 

The Santa Fe Police Department is investigating the following reports:

• Someone stole an iPod Nano from a 1993 Toyota sedan parked in the 2100 block of Rancho Siringo Road between 10 p.m. Friday and 10:30 a.m. Saturday.

• Rosendo Maez, 31, 2217 Camino Polvoso, was arrested on the charge of battery against a household member following a domestic dispute at his residence at about 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

• Elder Guzman, 18, 1 Sky Ridge Drive, was arrested on charges of reckless driving and racing on streets. He allegedly was seen racing another vehicle near St. Michael’s Drive and Fifth Street at about 8:51 p.m. Saturday.

• Arthur Romero, 50, 3048 Lopez Lane, was arrested on charges of assault and battery against a household member after police responded to a report of an intoxicated male in the 100 block of West Berger Street at about 11:30 p.m. Saturday.

• Alberto Hernandez-Garcia, 43, no address listed, was arrested on the charge of assault. He allegedly was seen taking someone’s backpack and throwing it over a bridge into the Santa Fe River bed at Galisteo Street at about 7 p.m. Saturday.

• A thief took a purse with credit cards from a 2005 Chevy SUV parked in the 2900 block of Alamosa Avenue between 9:30 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. Saturday.

• Andres Lopez, 30, 3096 Pueblo Puye, was found unconscious in the 3000 block of Cerrillos Road after an apparent overdose at about 7:35 a.m. Saturday. He was transported to the hospital and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after police say they found him holding a loaded syringe.

• An HP laptop and a set of throwing knives were reported missing after the owner’s personal assistant borrowed a car on July 10 from the 500 block of Via Artista Road.

• A 24-inch Sony flat-screen TV and a Toshiba laptop were stolen from a residence in the 800 block of South Calle Anaya between 10:30 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. Saturday.

• Mario Gonzales, 30, 732 Montez Place, was arrested on the charge of aggravated battery on a household member. He was accused of throwing boiling water from a pan onto a relative at about 7:08 p.m. Sunday.

The Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the following reports:

• Someone stole sunglasses, an iPod and a Nintendo gaming system from the back of a Toyota Tacoma and a silver Honda, both unlocked, parked off County Road 84C in El Rancho between 4 p.m. Saturday and 10:30 a.m. Sunday.

• A purple purse with credit cards, a checkbook and an iPod disappeared from a car parked off Katrina Road between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. Sunday.

• A commercial swamp cooler, a one-ton axle, two Volkswagen doors, 10 sheets of metal roofing and other scrap metal were stolen from a property off Piñon South Road at about 8:15 a.m. Monday.

• Someone stole 1,500 feet of Tyco Amp blue connectivity wire from a construction site at Sweeney Elementary School, 501 Airport Road, sometime between Thursday morning and 8 a.m. Monday.

• Three 2,500-gallon water tanks, three 1,500-gallon water tanks, three 1,200-gallon water tanks and a five-gallon air compressor were stolen from a property off Douglas Loop in the Edgewood area sometime between July 6 and Monday.

DWI arrests

• Thomas Esquibel, 39, no address listed, was arrested by Santa Fe police on charges of aggravated driving while intoxicated and having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle after officers responded to a crash in the 5200 block of Joshua Lane at about 2 p.m. Sunday.

• Ryan Payne, 33, 153 Calle Ojo Feliz, was arrested by Santa Fe police on charges of DWI and driving without proof of insurance after a multiple-vehicle crash at Don Gaspar Avenue and Water Street at about 8 p.m. Sunday.

• Stephen Guthrie, 56, 7737 Camp Stoney, was arrested by Santa Fe County deputies on the charge of aggravated DWI following a crash at Old Santa Fe Trail and Blanco Court where Guthrie’s car was found in a ditch Saturday. His breath alcohol content was measured at .20, according to the police report.

• Daniel Tobar-Avila, 34, 2029 Calle Lorca, was arrested by Santa Fe police on charges of DWI, driving without a license and speeding after he was pulled over in the 3600 block of Cerrillos Road at about 1:43 a.m. Saturday.

• Suleiman Suleiman, 26, 2709 Via Caballero del Sur, was arrested on the charge of DWI by Santa Fe police at the corner of Calle Nueva Vista and Zepol Road at about 1:39 a.m. Sunday.

• Molly Dietze, 32, 1871 Forest Circle, was arrested by Santa Fe police at the corner of West Alameda Street and Camino del Campo on charges of DWI, a lane violation, possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia at about 2:05 a.m. Saturday.

MEETING THIS SATURDAY Thursday, Jul 19 2012 

There will be a casual, anyone is welcome, Neighborhood / Maclovia Block meeting this coming Saturday, July 21 at 10am at Maclovia Park.  Spread the word!  Let’s see if we can generate some interest and participation.

Gallegos Lane Tuesday, Jul 17 2012 

The Hearbeat of drug dealing in Casa Alegre.  It’s not really anyones fault.  Maybe the education system in America.  Anyhow, we can try to wear them down slowly by continously reporting suspicious vehicles and activity in our neighborhood until hopefully they move.  Drug use in America is an epidemic.  Don’t think it’s just here.

Other news:

Recent crimes in Casa Alegre:

THEFT FROM VEHICLE
09 Jul 2012
1200 Block APACHE AVE
Ientifier: 121910577(CFS)
BURGLARY OF MOTOR VEHICLE
 
THEFT FROM VEHICLE
 12 Jul 2012
1100 Block OSAGE AVE
Identifier: 121940402(CFS)
BURGLARY OF MOTOR VEHICLE
 
THEFT FROM VEHICLE
 05 Jul 2012
1000 Block OSAGE AVE
Identifier: 121870055(CFS)
BURGLARY OF MOTOR VEHICLE
 
BREAKING AND ENTERING
05 Jul 2012
1300 Block MACLOVIA ST
Identifier: 121870137(CFS)
BURGLARY
 
lARCENY OF BICYCLE
01 Jul 2012
1200 Block APACHE AVE
Identifier: 121830441(CFS)
LARCENY OF BICYCLE
 
ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON
23 Jun 2012
1200 Block VITALIA ST
Identifier: 121750328(CFS)
AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
 
BREAKING AND ENTERING
01 Jul 2012
1300 Block LUJAN ST
Identifier: 121830013(CFS)
BURGLARY
 
Hopefully this is motivation to get involved, leave comments, send emails, sometimes it becomes very helpful and WE NEED THE INVOLVMENT OF ONE EXTRA PERSON.  LET IT BE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!
 
This guy does not care about you, your posessions, your house, your family, your life.  His friends are robbing our homes and stealing the value and enjoyment from our lives.  Take action.  Stand up and fight for what you believe this world should be.
 
MEETING THIS SATRUDAY AT, JULY 21, 10AM, AT MACLOVIA PARK.  BRING A CUP OF JOE AND A POSITIVE ATTITUDE.

Yukky News Thursday, Jul 12 2012 

A break in occurred on the 1300 block of Maclovia Stree on July 4th,  A tan cash box, a watch and a titanium ring were taken.  The police report for the crime made it on the crime map but NOT in the Crime Notes of the New Mexican!!!???

On Monday July 9, a woman leaned in through the open window of a house on the 1300 block of Maclovia street asking the residents if they could help her get some medication for a kid with asthma.

Recently a man was seen hunched over at the picnic table at Maclovia Park.  Eventually paramedics had to be called.

Recently a blue 80’s model 2 door Chevy, Tag 079PPM was reported speeding on Rosina.

Today 7-12-12 an office was seen pulling over a male drive in a grey non-descript vehicle.  Picture below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Block Capitan Meeting Update Thursday, Jul 12 2012 

1.      The reason you’re seeing more police cars on our streets is that the Department has instigated a FULL COURT PRESS against home burglars. They’ve added four more police cars and crime has decreased for seven days. But we were warned that this is just a lull before the storm; they will be back, so stay vigilant. If you want NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH SIGN order them from WWW.NNWI.ORG.

2.      The police depend on our telephone calls to help them  catch burglars. They want to know specific descriptions (saying someone is brown skinned, wearing blue jeans and “wife-beaters”( which are sleeveless T-shirts—see, you learn something every day!) and sneakers isn’t a lot of help since most Santa Feans look and dress like that and drive a white Ford. Tell them about tattoos, be specific about shoes, get tag numbers—-paint a picture. Tell them a man has been up the street three times, has no dog, carries a bag of tools and acts suspicious. DON’T BE A ZIMMERMAN. DON’T CONFRONT ANY ONE. Let the police do that.

3.       Report panhandlers to the police by calling 428-3710. If you have a soft heart take this story seriously. Every time you give a panhandler $2.00 he spends it on a jug of beer, gets drunk and passes out. The police are called and he is carried off to the hospital. Police hours add up because they have to go to the hospital twice and have to appear in court. Your $2.00 gift has developed in several thousands of dollars of tax money. Send your two dollars to the police fund or to a shelter.

4.      Did you read the letter to the editor last week, describing how one neighborhood has reduced a problem similar to ours? They did it by signing up over sixty block captains, having neighborhood walks every week, having street parties, yard sales, etc., etc. Some of us tried to float that idea in Casa Alegre but we threw a party and nobody came. The difference in our neighborhoods? One person took charge and made it happen. Everyone did their share.  We don’t have any volunteers who will do that, and until we do I’m afraid things will continue to deteriorate.

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