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Police blotter: June 13-18

The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from June 13-18. June 13 7:31 a.m. Harassment, Paseo del Pueblo Norte - A caller said that a woman who lives in the back of her restaurant … more

Serial arsonist suspected in Taos area fires

Taos County fire departments and law enforcement believe they may be dealing with an arsonist in the midst of a bone-dry, high-risk fire season.With … more

'Ruined families,' raw feelings a year after 5 slain

On the night of his arrest a year ago, Damian Herrera emerged from the wreckage of a stolen truck he'd crashed.Bloodied and bruised, his dark hair … more

Charges dropped against Montezuma man accused of beating two women

A battery case against Eli Crowe, a Montezuma man accused of beating up two Pueblo women last year near Llano Hot Springs, was dropped March 8 after a preliminary hearing in Taos District … more

Law enforcement make multiple warrant arrests around Taos

Taos area law enforcement had a busy Thursday (June 21),  arresting multiple people on outstanding warrants for various charges. more

Sixth suspect arrested in connection to murders near Dixon

New Mexico State Police have arrested a sixth suspect in connection to the murder of three people at a residence near Dixon earlier this month. more

Slaying suspect’s girlfriend is charged

The girlfriend of one of the suspects in the Dixon triple homicide was charged with tampering with evidence and conspiracy after state police said she … more

Released on second plea deal, Taos man arrested again

A Taos man granted a plea deal earlier this year for his role in the 2017 burglary of SMD Zombie Tactical gun store was arrested on a warrant June 8, two months into an 18-month period of supervised … more

Taos sheriff hopeful settles discrimination suit with town

Jani Davis, a former Taos police sergeant and the sole Republican candidate in this year’s race for Taos County Sheriff, settled a discrimination and whistleblower lawsuit with the town of Taos … more

N.M. State police chief faces claims of misconduct

A former top deputy to New Mexico State Police Chief Pete Kassetas and two others have filed a lawsuit alleging Kassetas "mooned" staff members, referred to female staff members as "bitches" and sent … more
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