Crime
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Mexican national pleads guilty to cocaine and heroin trafficking charges in federal court

Abraham Andres Rios, 37, a Mexican national, pleaded guilty to heroin and cocaine trafficking charges in federal court in Albuquerque on Tuesday (Oct. 3) after a co-defendant, Jose Alfredo … more

Taos County school buses shot in Española

Española Police Department has confirmed several reports received this morning that two Taos County school buses carrying teams from Questa and Peñasco were struck by as they traveled … more

Tow truck defendant arraigned

A 22-year-old Taos resident who rousted area residents early Monday morning (Sept. 11) when he stole a tow truck and led law enforcement on a 9-mile pursuit around the town of Taos was arraigned … more

Two killed, one critically injured in State Road 68 crash

Two people were killed and one person was critically injured during a two-vehicle car crash early Saturday morning (Sept. 30) along State Road 68 in Taos County. … more

Plea deal bungled, hearing delayed in child rape case

A proposed plea agreement signed by prosecution and defense attorneys in the case of Raymond Martinez, who was accused of raping and molesting children in 2015, fumbled its way into Taos District … more

Alert: Some electric customers target of ‘shut off’ scam

New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas is warning Taos-area electric customers of a new scam from callers pretending to represent Kit Carson Electric Co-op. more

Police blotter

The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from Sept. 20-25. Sept. 20 2:19 a.m. Reckless driver, Taos Community Auditorium – Someone was doing donuts in the … more

Trial for alleged child sex offender postponed

A Monday (Sept. 18) district court jury trial scheduled in Taos for David W. Lewis, a Carson man charged with four felony counts of criminal sexual penetration of a child under the age of 13, was … more

Police Blotter Sep.13-18

The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from Sept. 13-18. more

Church seeks reconciliation, victims seek healing

When the Archdiocese of Santa Fe revealed a list of 74 priests and religious leaders found guilty of sexually abusing children this month, it forced a wave of painful reactions among the many deeply … more
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