Crime
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Administrators placed Ranchos Elementary School on a brief lockdown Thursday morning (Feb. 28) while members of the Taos County Sheriff's Office arrested a man accused of violent felonies at a nearby … more
Red River residents gathered Wednesday (Feb. 27) to commemorate the retirement of Red River Town Marshal David Smith, who announced he would be leaving his post earlier this year. Prior to his … more
Detectives John Wentz and Barry Holfelder worked for several months to pull together evidence in each case ... more
An 18-year-old man with a history of violent crimes who was sent to the Eagle Nest Boys Reintegration Center as a juvenile  failed to return after visiting family in Taos over the weekend … more
Feb. 131:21 a.m. Burglary residential, Paseo del Pueblo Norte – A caller said his window had been broken and his dog was missing. An officer later discovered the dog inside the home and suspected the caller was drunk. more
The New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts will allow anyone with an outstanding magistrate court warrant on Saturday (Feb. 16) to appear voluntarily before a judge to have their warrant … more
A Taos man is on the road to recovery as police continue their search for the still unidentified assailant who shot him in the head at his home on Gusdorf Place last week. more
A 17-year-old male student at Taos High School allegedly raped two juvenile female students on school property between August 2017 and October 2018, according to Taos Police and court documents … more
Attorneys are preparing for a trial later this year that will try Damian Herrera of Ojo Caliente for the murder of Michael Alan Kyte of Tres Piedras, one of five people Herrera allegedly killed... more
Victim statements, witness interviews and nurse examinations formed the basis of a slew of child abuse charges filed against Raymond Hernandez last month, but on … more
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