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Javier Munoz, a 33-year-old Taos County man, was found on Sugar Lane Saturday (Oct. 20) with a single gunshot wound to the abdomen he later died of at Holy Cross Medical Center, according to authorities. more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from Oct. 16-21. more
A Ranchos de Taos man is facing two counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon after he was accused of running over two people with a vehicle in September, skirting attempted murder charges filed by a grand jury last month that a prosecutor dismissed from the case this week. more
Questa school board member Ellis Garcia was issued a letter today (Oct. 23) by the New Mexico Attorney General's office advising him to step down from his position within 14 days due to Garcia's 1992 felony conviction for conspiracy to commit arson. more
When he was 12 years old, John Gamble's face peered out from behind a football helmet on the front page of the Carlsbad Current-Argus -- he was the quarterback for the Spartans, a local youth team. A few years later, Gamble was on the front page for a different reason -- at 16, he had killed a friend. A jury found him guilty of first-degree murder, and a judge sent him to prison for 60 years. more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from Oct. 9-14. Oct. 9 3:31 a.m. Missing adult, Calle de Romero – A caller said an employee at Stella’s Italian … more
Reassurances from Taos Police Chief David Trujillo and Taos Municipal Schools Superintendent Dr. Lillian Torrez that a threat a transfer student made against Taos Middle School last week was “not credible” did not specify the seriousness of the threat — that of a plan to carry out a school shooting. more
A convicted felon from Taos who made national news in 2016 when he was accused of battering his wife, newborn baby and a security guard at Holy Cross Medical Center pleaded guilty to three violent felonies this week in exchange for what the 8th Judicial District Attorney’s Office described as his final chance to avoid a lengthy prison sentence. more
Taos County law enforcement and U.S. Forest Service members dashed someone's hopes to harvest around 70 mature marijuana plants found growing off State Road 518 in Taos County Thursday (Oct. … more
Students and staff at Taos High School and Taos Middle School were ordered to shelter in place Friday morning (Oct. 11) after rumors of a threat spread that were determined to not be credible, … more
At least four Taos County residents said they have incurred fraudulent charges on bank accounts used to make purchases at local Speedway gas stations, but a spokesperson for the retail chain this … more
The following is a selected overview of recent case activity in or related to the Taos County court system. All dates and times are subject to change. Editor's note: A jury trial that had been … more
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas issued a statement Tuesday (Oct. 1) warning New Mexicans against using vaping products as cases of related illnesses in the state have risen to … more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from Sept. 25-30. Sept. 25 8:27 a.m. Civil complaint, John Dunn Parking – A caller said he put five dollars in quarter into a … more
Taos District Court Judge Jeff McElroy has confirmed that a temporary decision last week to detain the man accused of killing Patrick Larkin pending trial is his final ruling. Following a lengthy … more
New Mexico State Police is seeking the public's assistance in locating Joseph A. Morgas, a 30-year-old Hispanic man who was last seen in Ranchos de Taos on Aug. 13, according to a press release from … more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from Sept. 18-22. Sept. 18 1:20 a.m. Welfare check, Holy Cross Medical Center – A caller said there was a patient who was … more
Chief Taos District Court Judge Jeff McElroy granted a state’s motion to hold the man charged with the murder of World Cup Café owner Patrick Larkin in … more
A pretrial hearing set to decide whether the man charged with the murder of a popular Taos coffee shop owner last month would be released before trial was delayed on Thursday (Sept. 19) after the … more
Questa Independent Schools sent students home early Thursday (Sept.  19)  due to an unknown threat. The district sent out an alert to parents and staff about 12:45 p.m. that said, "due to … more
Close friends, acquaintances and employees of Patrick Larkin's accused killer, 51-year-old Gregg Steele, described Steele as a man who often seemed to be teetering on the edge between boiling resentments and physical violence … more
Following a two-week investigation, New Mexico State Police have arrested the man they believe is responsible for the death of World Cup Café owner Patrick Larkin: his neighbor. Eighth Judicial … more
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas on Friday (Sept. 13) joined several other attorneys general across the United States in warning sexual assault survivors against using "do-it-yourself rape … more
New Mexico residents looking to collect a debt or who have been hit with a debt lawsuit can now turn to their computer or mobile device to reach a resolution – without having to appear in a … more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from Sept. 4-9. Sept. 4 9 a.m. Larceny, Mariposa Plaza – A caller said she had video footage of a woman stealing a painting and … more
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