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The following is a condensed version of the Taos Police Department blotter from Nov. 9-14. (Nov. 10 not available.) Nov. 9 2:40 a.m. Domestic disturbance, Gusdorf Road – Caller stated that her husband is going crazy trying to kick down the … more
Taos resident Antonio “Tony” Martinez, the suspect in a shooting that left a man wounded, was charged Nov. 14 for illegal possession of a firearm. The charge is a fourth-degree felony for Martinez — because authorities say he’s already a … more
The Taos County Sheriff's Department said it has arrested a suspect wanted in an alleged Nov. 9 shooting in Taos. Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe told The Taos News that his sheriff's response team (SRT) apprehended 34-year-old Antonio "Tony" … more
The Taos County Sheriff's Department has issued a warrant for the arrest of a 34-year-old Taos resident. Antonio "Tony" Martinez Jr. is the suspect in an alleged shooting that left a man wounded Nov. 9. Deputies responded to a report of a man … more
Donovan Maez told Albuquerque detectives they had the wrong guy. Investigators didn’t believe him, instead suspecting the 18-year-old son of an up-and-coming state legislator was a killer whose arrest would help solve a high-profile case. Maez … more
The body recovered from the Río Grande Gorge bridge area Oct. 21 was that of a Taos resident. Andrew Erwin Vinson, 35, died on the evening of Oct. 21 after jumping off the gorge bridge in what officials say was a suicide. Vinson was known as an … more
A woman who was so desperate she got into a car with a stranger saw her nightmare ride come to an end Oct. 24 when a judge sentenced Eddie Medrano to 18 years in prison. Prosecutors say she was just one of three women that Medrano, 53, of Santa … more
Sergeant David Trujillo of the Taos Police Department recently received a new honor. He was named an “outstanding officer” in a first-ever recognition ceremony at the Oct. 3 Taos Town Council meeting. The recognition is expected to happen … more
This is a condensed version of the blotter from Oct 5. to Oct. 10 Officers responded to six alarms, 15 vehicle collisions and 18 traffic stops. They also assisted eight motorists locked out of a vehicle, four domestic calls and nine welfare … more
New Mexico Corrections Secretary Gregg Marcantel announced his retirement Friday, ending a stormy time in which scandals enveloped his department and unionized guards overwhelmingly voted no-confidence in him. Marcantel, 56, will leave office at … more
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