Without getting off my intial topic regarding probable cause. In the officer's probable statement it stated that the alleged victim was "afraid" and wanted "info" on a restraining order. It stated I was "arguing" with family members. Once again I have independent witness(es) who observe the entire situation and the police interview with the alleged victim and can testify. The officer convieniently forget to mention that while the alleged victim was "afraid" it was not for herself but rather my own medical well being. Don't believe simple arguments with other family members or scaring someone is sufficient for probable cause on a assault on a household member arrest in the state of New Mexico unless that individual is in immediate danger of a battery/attack on herself. I would classify assault as "chasing someone, making threats to harm an individual, throwing objects, confronting folks in an intimidating manner, etc...".
Perhaps some law experts can refute or confirm that.