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A Taos County Sheriff’s Office investigation into a July crash involving one of its deputies and a civilian driver has found the civilian to have been at fault, but noted that both drivers likely could have made split-second decisions to have avoided the collision.

Updated May 17 at 11 a.m. Sergeant Jason Rael of the Taos County Sheriff's Office said in an update that one of the vehicles was driving southbound through the intersection when the other vehicle made a left turn in front of it. Two vehicles, …

A Peñasco man was charged with possession of a controlled substance this week after a Taos County Sheriff's Sergeant who stopped him for driving with a broken windshield found heroin, …