The Perez family of Nambe Pueblo were recently alerted last week by local “anti-theft” patrol.
Española Police Blotter: May 8-14, 2016
The following information is provided by the Española Police Department. These arrests were made between May 8 and May 14. Neither arrests nor charges indicate a conviction, and neither means that a person is guilty of the charges filed against them.
A recent study by Yale University researchers found that people who used e-cigarettes performed poorly on psychomotor tests and had detectable levels of alcohol in their system. E-cigs deliver nicotine to the user by vaporizing liquids, many of which contain alcohol…
Week After Christmas Sees Woman Injured In Domestic Dispute Staff Report As is the case with many domestic disputes that are reported and handled by law enforcement, young children are oftentimes the reason for couples fighting. According to the Espanola Police Department, that’s exactly what happened when Joshua Lucero and Maquela Valdez were at a relative’s […]
The FBI has made arrests in relation to the bank robbery at the New Mexico Bank & Trust bank in Ranchitos. The bank, located at Carr Lane and Riverside Drive was robbed Wednesday, Dec. 2 by two individuals…
The evening of Sunday, Nov. 1, went very wrong for one 8-year-old boy (Name of the juvenile victim withheld according to Valley Daily Post editorial policy) living in the Avenida Canada Apartment complex on the east side of Española. At approximately 9:20 p.m. an argument between his mother and another woman escalated to a shooting which wounded the boy in the shoulder.
According to police reports…
Española Police Blotter: Sept. 13 to Sept. 19 The following information is provided by the Española Police Department. These arrests were made between Sept. 13 and Sept. 19. Neither arrests nor charges indicate a conviction, and neither means that a person is guilty of the charges filed against them. Click HERE to view PDF. […]
Amber Alert for Kingston Rodriguez Read information below and if you have any useful information please contact New Mexico State Police at their Espanola office at (505) 753-2277.
For the past three months residents and business owners in the Espanola area have noted an increase in tagging and graffiti. Because of this upswing in vandalism Espanola Police have increased patrols to catch and stop would be graffiti artists before they destroy private and public property.
It appears that this police effort is beginning to pay off.