The village of Corrales reported the following incidents for the week of Jan. 16-22:

On Tuesday,  Jan. 17, a citizen reported that her mailbox, which is located within the cluster unit on Loma Larga at Camino Hermosa, had been damaged in an apparent attempt at opening it at an unknown time during the preceding three days, and on Wednesday, January 18, a resident of the 1000 block of West Meadowlark reported finding mail from numerous individual boxes in the area strewn about the ground.

Also on Tuesday, Jan. 17, animal services officers discovered the carcass of a coyote, which had its hind legs bound and head and pelt removed, along the ditch bank behind the 6800 block of Corrales Road. The investigation disclosed that a nearby resident (who claimed that the coyote was deceased when he found it) was responsible for the dismemberment and the 45-year-old man is being summoned into court for cruelty to animals.

Later on Tuesday, Jan. 17, a resident reported that a mobile phone account, which was now in collections, had been opened last year via the fraudulent use of his personal information. The victim did not know how or when his data had been compromised.

On Thursday, Jan. 19, a resident of Chimaja Road reported that at about 1:30 p.m., a pickup truck was stolen from his backyard.

On Sunday, Jan. 22, a resident of West Valverde Road reported that a package had been stolen from her porch the previous day.