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Five arrested in multi-agency drug busts

Acting on tips that alleged drug trafficking in the areas of Peñasco, Dixon and Cordova, a multi-agency drug task force executed five search warrants at residences in Taos and Rio Arriba … more

Taos County officials seek help for man in ‘crisis’

A Ranchos de Taos man taken into custody Wednesday (March 14) after allegedly threatening to harm himself and law enforcement, was later denied admittance into a state-run behavioral health clinic in Las Vegas because he did not "meet their criteria," according to the Taos County Sheriff. more

Sheriff’s sergeant charged with perjury

The New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau charged Sgt. Gilbert Atencio of the Taos County Sheriff’s Office with one count of perjury Wednesday (March 14) for allegedly lying about the … more

Police blotter

The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from March 7-12. March 7 4:14 a.m. Gas leak, Zia Street – The caller said she was leaving her home and noticed a … more

Taos County Sheriff's Office closes Ranchos roadway, takes one into custody

Members of the Taos County Sheriff's Office responded to an incident at a residence on West Romero Road in Ranchos de Taos Wednesday evening, leading to an unexpected closure of the roadway … more

Police blotter

The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from Jan. 28 through March 5 — "The man was walking with a dog but was sniffing or drinking something." more

Police blotter

The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from Feb. 14-19.Feb. 148:57 a.m. Harassment, Enos Garcia Elementary - The caller said that a student threatened a teacher … more

Cop's death prompts debate over justice on tribal lands

Federal prosecutors want the death penalty for Kirby Cleveland, a Navajo man accused of killing a tribal police officer in 2017. The case could signal that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions will … more

Tensions rise as ICE visits Taos businesses

He knew he had nothing to hide. But before answering, Barreto asked for identification from the man, who opened his jacket to reveal a shiny badge bearing the seal of the United States Department of Homeland Security, a federal agency that has been under marching orders to ramp up audits of businesses and detainments of undocumented workers throughout the United States, especially in border states like New Mexico. more

State police: Ranchos man arrested for drunk driving, ramming police cruiser

New Mexico State Police arrested 60-year-old Ranchos de Taos resident and alleged habitual DWI offender Alex Vigil on Tuesday (March 6) for allegedly driving drunk on I-25 and ramming a state police … more
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