Because it does.
Details are limited, but no charges appear to have been filed after a shop employee shot a would-be robber
Officials agree that to slow violent crime we need to crack down on petty crimes
Continuing to do what we have always done and expecting a different result is, to quote Albert Einstein, insanity.
Darling was charged in November 2020 for assault and battery on a household member. In July 2020 he was charged with aggravated battery against a household member for “strangulation or suffocation.” The judge released Darling and denied pre-trial detention. The case was eventually dismissed without prejudice.
At first glance it would seem this arrest local to Albuquerque has the makings of a similar story as Dane Kallungi has been arrested for first degree murder. This by itself is not unusual to the Duke City as we have witnessed an uptick in homicides recently, and more specifically homicides against loved ones.
Do not blame all of New Mexico for the sins of its biggest city.
Judge says APD “did not show that the victims felt in fear of being hurt” when Butler pointed a gun at them.
Behind the stats, policies, and failed leadership, there are your neighbors, the victims of Albuquerque’s growing violence.
$1.2 million technology finds half of the metroplex accounts for over 800 gunshots in four month timespan.
When you do for others what they can do for themselves, you kill their instinct for survival.
“(T)he most promising candidate to help us fight crime, ensure our public schools are accountable to our children and enable our economic recovery is Republican state Sen. Mark Moores.”
Replacing cops with social workers won’t solve ABQ’s crime problem.
What drives these unconscious assumptions in the individual’s perception?