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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
The president of Oklevueha Native American Church, a controversial religious organization that uses certain narcotics in "healing ceremonies," says that a Carson resident arrested last month for … more
Ray Wilson, a public information officer with New Mexico State Police, said as of press time Wednesday (Sept. 11) that investigators had released no new information regarding the investigation into … more
A fugitive wanted on a traffic case out of Taos Magistrate Court led law enforcement on a high-speed chase through Ranchos de Taos Monday morning (Sept. 9) that ended after the wanted man turned into … more
Renezmae Calzada, 5, is missing, last seen Sunday (Sept. 8) at 9:30 a.m. in an unspecified location in Española, according to an amber alert issued by the New Mexico Department of Public … more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from Aug. 28 to Aug. 30.Aug. 2812:22 a.m. Welfare check, Subway - A caller said an employee appeared to have left a door open. An officer … more
A 59-year-old Carson woman is facing felony drug charges after New Mexico State Police said they found a sizeable marijuana grow operation, psychadelic mushrooms and peyote at her property on the … more
The New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator confirmed this month that Dr. Jon Young, an 80-year-old archaeologist who lived in El Prado, died in a fire that consumed his home in January, but … more
Since O'Donnell's post circulated on social media, Montoya said his office had received multiple phone calls from callers asking whether the information in the post came from an official source … more
An arrest could be imminent in connection to the death of Patrick Larkin, the owner of World Cup Cafe in Taos whose body was found by the roadside in Llano Quemado this week. "We're looking at a … more
Larkin's death is being investigated as a homicide, according to Lt. Mark Soriano, a  Department of Public Safety spokesman.  "The investigation is ongoing," said Soriano in an email … more
Three former New Mexico law enforcement officials received a total of $900,000 after accusing former New Mexico State Police Chief Pete Kassetas of … more
Patrick Larkin, owner of World Cup Café in Taos, was reported missing on Tuesday (Aug. 27), a day before law enforcement found an unidentified body in the sagebrush near Cuchilla Road in … more
Tranquelino Romero, who is now 18 but was 17 when charged, will serve six months of probation supervised by members of the Taos Juvenile Probation & Parole Office … more
Rafael Orozco, a Taos man with three prior felony convictions, pleaded guilty on Monday (Aug. 19) to receiving a package of Suboxone strips inside the Taos County jail and deliberately setting off a … more
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