‘Operation Adios No Casas’ seeks to clean up the streets by “using the natural elements” to literally wash away the scourge of junkies
2021 homicides are on track to increase 16% nationally, vs 54% in Albuquerque
“Much like our homicide rate, I don’t like to look at it as completely terrible,” Keller said. “I prefer to call it victorally challenge.”
Throwing other people’s money at problems money can’t solve is the only way they know how to feel good about being useless.
APD: “It appears that an armed male entered the store and attempted to rob it. An employee that was armed came from the back of the store to assist a coworker and shot the suspected robber, killing him”.
Details are limited, but no charges appear to have been filed after a shop employee shot a would-be robber
“I’m tired of people dogging our city and our state, and believing that nothing can ever get better.”
While Keller claims his hands are tied by ordinance and the state legislature, his denial of the plight that has overtaken Albuquerque signaled that perhaps he’s not ready for another term.
Hit piece on “shock jock” highlights exactly why Eddy Aragon should be mayor
From crime to energy, partisans dismiss logical policies they would support if it were their party’s idea.
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.
“Mentally ill people have rights, but you know who else have rights? We do: the people and families of the city.”
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.
The city doesn’t understand that “build it and they will come” also applies to free food, shelter, and medical care.
Behind the stats, policies, and failed leadership, there are your neighbors, the victims of Albuquerque’s growing violence.
It is beyond time to end the revolving door of criminality that exists in New Mexico. How?