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10, Jul 2014 - QUIRKY WORLD... Inmate fails to make clean escape from jail INMATE HID IN LAUNDRY BASKET TO ESCAPE USA: A New Mexico inmate has been captured after he escaped from jail by hiding in a laundry basket.
24, Jun 2014 - Wanted Man From New Mexico Caught in Odessa A wanted man out of New Mexico was caught in Odessa on Tuesday. Erick Cano was brought in by the U.S. Marshals. He was wanted for leaving from a halfway house in New Mexico.
23, Jun 2014 - Albuquerque may assist homeless ex-inmates New Mexico's most populous county is considering providing shelter for inmates with mental illness who are released from jail with nowhere to go.
22, Jun 2014 - Senate committee approves NM’s Norman Bay to lead FERC Norman Bay, a former U.S. Attorney in New Mexico and University of New Mexico School of Law professor, won support... more »
05, Jun 2014 - Jail raid: Unclear what all was found Deputies put a northern New Mexico jail on lockdown after getting tips that guards were trafficking drugs. Sheriff’s deputies said after raiding the Tierra Amarilla Detention Center in Rio Arriba County, the investigation is ongoing and some may still get arrested. Drugs were found Tuesday, but further detail has not been released by the Sheriff’s Office. Hidden contraband was found Wednesday ...
28, May 2014 - Tip leads to drug raid at Rio Arriba County jail The Rio Arriba County Detention Center was on lockdown Tuesday, according to the Rio Arriba County Sheriff's Office.  Cells and offices were searched by Rio Arriba County sheriff's deputies and New Mexico Department of Corrections K-9 officers. The raid and search warrant were executed by the sheriff's office. VIDEO: Drug raid shuts down jail south of Chama Sheriff Tom Rodella said he'd received ...
24, May 2014 - Police: 7 dead in southwestern New Mexico crash A fiery multi-vehicle crash along Interstate 10 in southwestern New Mexico that involved at least three tractor-trailers and three passenger cars has left seven people dead.
22, May 2014 - Two face federal charges in laser pointer case Two New Mexico men could spend five years in jail for playing with lasers. The men now face federal charges of aiming a laser pointer at an aircraft. Michael Saavedra and Dylan Demone are accused of flashing one at an Albuquerque police helicopter while it was in flight. Saavedra and Demone face up to five years in federal prison if convicted. Both pleaded not guilty and are free while they ...
12, May 2014 - More details released in Eastern New Mexico brawl PORTALES, N.M. (AP) - Eastern New Mexico University baseball coaches advised players not to cooperate with police trying to arrest them after a brawl, newly released police reports say. According to the Portales News-Tribune (http://goo.gl/67DcXA ), the incident reports said that coaches told players not to say anything ...
29, Apr 2014 - New Mexico fugitive facing bond hearing FORSYTH — The alleged victims of a Branson man accused of fraud and embezzlement in New Mexico are making it clear they don’t want Bobby Willis getting out of jail.
07, May 2013 - New Mexico: Native pueblos to Georgia O'Keeffe Striped balloons dot a bright blue sky. Red rocks silhouette a lone dead tree. A white ladder leans on a brown adobe dwelling. On a road trip around New Mexico, this mix of motifs and cultures seems to echo across the centuries and turn up at every stop, whether you're visiting 1,000-year-old native villages, churches from the era of Spanish conquistadors or the landscape that inspired 20th ...
20, Apr 2013 - Former NM judge accused in alleged bribery scandal pleads no contest to misdemeanor misconduct FILE - In this May 20, 2011 file photo, suspended State District Judge Michael Murphy, center, speaks with his defense attorneys Margaret Strickland, left, and Michael Stout during a hearing in the Third Judicial District Court in Las Cruces, N.M. A change of plea hearing is scheduled for Murphy, the retired Las Cruces judge accused of funneling bribes to former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson ...
12, Apr 2013 - UNM brain study probes criminal pattern It might sound like science fiction, but a new study by a University of New Mexico professor claims to be able to predict which convicted criminals will reoffend after they’re released from jail.
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