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Daily Watch Notes 02092017 and Chile Dogs With A Cop 02/10/2017

Good Day All!!!

Here are the latest on property crimes for our command. Please make sure you read after our post for an invite from the APD to help support the Family of Shaylee Boling and Shaunna Arredondo. Shaylee was a student at Sandia High School, which is in our area command. We hope you are able to come out and join the APD for lunch!

There were No Auto Thefts due to Warm Ups reported!!!

4 Auto Thefts – 6500 blk of Americas Parkway, 2500 blk of University, 3800 blk of Pennsylvania, 6300 blk of Montgomery

6 Auto Burglaries – 6000 blk of La Corrida, 7100 blk of Natalie, 8800 blk of Eagle Feather, 8800 blk of Harper, 3400 blk of Candelaria, 5900 blk of Pan American

Points of Entry – punched door locks, unlocked vehicles, broken windows.

Items Taken – briefcases, checks, bags, backpacks, firearms and laptops.

2 Residential Burglaries – 6400 blk of Monte Serrano, 1800 blk of Somervell

Points of Entry – unlocked sliding doors, garage doors.

Items taken – Jewelry, Motorcycles.

Chile Dogs with A Cop Benefit

We hope you’ll help spread the word and join us for Chile Dogs with a Cop!

Come join officers with the Albuquerque Police Department for food, fun, fellowship and support a grieving family.

Our Community is invited to come and enjoy lunch with their Albuquerque Police Officers.

WHAT: Chile Dogs – and fellowship

WHEN: Friday, February 10, 2017

TIME: 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

WHERE: Albuquerque Police Training Academy, 5412 2nd Street NW – on 2nd Street near South of Montano.

DONATIONS: Donations will be collected in honor of Shaylee Boling and her mother Shaunna Arredondo. The pair was killed after two people stole a vehicle and drove away from the scene recklessly, crashing into the family.

APD Officer Vicente Martinez and his family were so touched by the incident, they wanted to do something to help.

The goal of Chile Dogs with a Cop is much like Coffee with a Cop. It’s  an opportunity to meet your officers face-to-face, enjoy lunch, discuss any questions or concerns you may have and help a grieving family.

The event is open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend.

https://www.cabq.gov/police/news/chile-dogs-with-a-cop