With all the violent and depressing news that comes out of Albuquerque (violence, road rage, vandals cutting hot air balloons), it’s nice to see a story that works out for the good […]
As our police department shrinks, more residents take up arms.
2021 homicides are on track to increase 16% nationally, vs 54% in Albuquerque
Police Spokesman Gilbert Gallegos reports that the weapon used in the attempt to rob a local Subway was in fact a BB gun.
Details are limited, but no charges appear to have been filed after a shop employee shot a would-be robber
Bail Reform Led to Murder of UNM Baseball Player.
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.
Judge says APD “did not show that the victims felt in fear of being hurt” when Butler pointed a gun at them.
Mark Moores must have struck a nerve. The Republican’s advertisement accusing Democrat Melanie Stansbury of wanting to defund police has the Democratic Party of New Mexico in damage control mode. Which should give Moores […]
Unfortunately, it seems that we have capitulated to chaos under the banner of our favorite flavor of politician. As discussed above the universe exists in its entirety in various structures of order. We as humans have made the conscious decision to ignore our senses of right versus wrong to further the political agendas of people who are ultimately strangers.
Replacing cops with social workers won’t solve ABQ’s crime problem.
What drives these unconscious assumptions in the individual’s perception?
In a little town called Bethlehem, Officer Natividad accidentally discharged his firearm, striking an innocent filing cabinet
In the first six days of May 2021, 38% of the 125 arrests in ABQ were for violent offenses.
Complaining about carjackings when you have a garage is like salad dodgers complaining about being fat.