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The New Mexico State Police recently announced the second application cycle for "lateral" officers – those with previous law enforcement experience – interested in joining their ranks. The state agency has traditionally recruited individuals … more
Frankie Martin seemed bound to turn up someplace. After all, Taos is a small town. But in the eight months since Martin, 26, walked out the door of a corner store near Taos, no one has reported seeing or hearing from him. The disappearance of … more
The following is a condensed version of the Taos Police Department blotter from Dec. 14-19. Dec. 14 12:36 a.m. Information report, Gusdorf Place – Caller stated that her neighbor’s house has carbon monoxide poisoning, stated that the … more
Eighth Judicial District Attorney Donald Gallegos won his re-election this year in a tight race against opponent Paul Sanchez – clinching victory by an 18-vote margin. Now in his fifth term as chief prosecutor, Gallegos sat down with The Taos … more
In 2013, the city of New Orleans was forced to reform its scandal-ridden police department after a U.S. Department of Justice investigation found a pattern of corruption, discrimination and excessive use of force on civilians. One year later, it was … more
A slew of defendants charged in connection with a Taos-based heroin trafficking and money laundering ring have pled guilty to charges. Ivan Romero, 40, Ricco Romero, 29, Melissa Romero, 37, and five others have been identified as the defendants, … more
Both men involved in a fight at Kit Carson Electric Cooperative in Taos last month are now facing criminal charges related to the incident. Cristobal Duran and Virgil Martinez — both members of the co-op board of trustees — were in a physical … more
The man wanted for allegedly assaulting his wife, newborn child and a health care worker at Holy Cross Hospital in Taos earlier this year was arrested in Rio Arriba County. The arrest fulfills a warrant that was issued for Rafael Orozco, … more
A New Mexico Supreme Court-appointed subcommittee on Thursday passed a proposal that would give media, attorneys, welfare workers and others online access to court records. The proposed policy drew both warnings over potential privacy violations … more
The following is a condensed version of the Taos Police Department blotter from Nov. 30-Dec. 5. Nov. 30 3:05 a.m. Fall, 924 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Walmart – Intoxicated male fell in lobby, hit his head, need officer and med unit. 7:27 a.m. … more
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