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Join us at 7 p.m. Aug. 19 for the second annual Aggie Badge Bowl at Aggie Memorial Stadium. Admission is free. - Las Cruces Police Department
Las Cruces Police Department
22:46 08/08/2017

Join us at 7 p.m. Aug. 19 for the second annual Aggie Badge Bowl at Aggie Memorial Stadium. Admission is free.

Join us at 7 p.m. Aug. 19 for the second annual Aggie Badge Bowl at Aggie Memorial Stadium. Admission is free.

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Sandra Lopez
Any female officers allowed to play
Olga Archuleta
Huh? Is it a game? More info plz

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Join us at 7 p.m. Aug. 19 for the second annual Aggie Badge Bowl at Aggie Memorial Stadium. Admission is free.

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Sandra Lopez Any female officers allowed to play
Olga Archuleta Huh? Is it a game? More info plz

Man Suspected of Holding Wife Against Her Will Las Cruces Police arrested a man suspected of holding his wife against her will and taking away a cell phone when she tried to call for help. James Vigil, 44, is charged with a fourth-degree felony count of false imprisonment, and misdemeanor counts of battery against a household member and interference with communications. Investigators learned that Vigil’s wife received a text message from their 13-year-old son at 11:18 p.m. Monday, Aug. 7. Vigil became upset and refused to believe the message was from their son and, instead, accused her of having an affair. Investigators learned that Vigil tried to force his wife to unlock her cell phone and demanded she give him the security code. The woman refused and Vigil forcefully pulled her hair and physically tried to force her to unlock the cell phone. Vigil is also accused of taking away their son’s cell phone so it could not be used to call police. At about 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, their son ran to a nearby home where he called 911. Officers arrived shortly thereafter. When Vigil was taken into custody, he was found to be in possession of their son’s cell phone. Vigil was arrested early Tuesday morning and booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center where he’s initially being held without bond.

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Sandra Reza Wow omg
Cindylou Clark Slap him upside his fathead!
Andrea Flores Denise Sanchez
Mark Middaugh Pitiful.
Denise Keith Unfortunately sometimes you end up with someone who is very possessive and expects you to stay in a relationship good or bad, not about love it's about control. However we have to remember that women can be just as guilty of being possessive. Be ...

Police Need Help Identifying Couple in Shoplifting Incident Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a reward up to $1,000 for information that helps identify a couple suspected of shoplifting a felony amount of electronics from Walmart. The shoplifting incident occurred sometime before 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 27, at the Walmart store at 1550 S. Valley Dr. Las Cruces Police learned that the couple, a man and woman, worked together to commit the crime. Surveillance video shows the man break a lock on a case holding electronics. He then placed several iPods and Beats headphones in a shopping cart. Surveillance video shows the woman cover the merchandise with a small rug before the couple walks to another part of Walmart. There, they load the merchandise into their pockets and a fanny pack, and then leave the store without paying for any of the items. Walmart estimated the merchandise to be valued at $3,500. The couple was seen leaving the parking lot in what appears to be a white SUV, possibly a GMC Yukon or Chevrolet Suburban. Police believe the vehicle has Texas plates. Anyone with information that can help identify the two suspects is asked to call Las Cruces Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). The Crime Stoppers number is operational 24 hours a day and you do not have to give your name to collect a reward.

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Carlos Morales John Smith
Carolina McPherson Tylor Page
Gloria Garcia Losers.
Crystal Ann Abbott Me like ?
Marty Ruiz-Garcia They've done it before. SMH...

Mother, Grandfather Charged after Teen Tests Positive for Meth The mother and grandfather of a 14-year-old boy are suspected of smoking methamphetamine near the teenager’s bedroom, which resulted in him testing positive for the stimulant. Corinne Irene Gomez, 32, and her father, 59-year-old Jerry Marquez, are each charged with a third-degree felony count of child abuse. Las Cruces Police investigators learned that the 14-year-old boy sought medical attention for migraine headaches on June 28. Subsequent examinations on the teen indicated that he tested positive for methamphetamine. Investigators learned from Gomez that the teens bedroom, at his grandparents’ home, is near the garage. Gomez also indicated that Marquez, her father, and his friends regularly smoke methamphetamine in the garage. Upon further investigation, detectives learned that both Gomez and Marquez have been smoking methamphetamine in the garage. Both suspects submitted samples and both tested positive for high levels of methamphetamine which is indicative of prolonged use of the drug. It’s well known that children exposed to methamphetamine smoke can test positive for the drug. Methamphetamine can enter the body through direct contact, or ingested through the mouth or nose. Warrants were issued for the arrests of Gomez and Marquez. They were both arrested late Wednesday evening and booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center where they are initially being held without bond.

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Gloria Garcia Sad.
Cindylou Clark Pond scum
Frank Richard Lovato I hope that this is a turn for the better in this young man's life. Is there any agency or group helping him?
Lorena Y Lolow Medina I saw him yesterday on mobile patrol
Gabriela Nuñez Muñiz Las metanfetaminas se pueden fumar??????? Pensé que solo eran algún tipo de pastillitas jojojo

National Night Out 2017 on the Las Cruces Downtown Mall.

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Sandra Tellez Cl CL N Sara Cruz
Rebecca Arciniega Maritza Gomez
Yolanda Saenz Ya te vi mi emilie
Linda Herrera Amanda Arias look at the chiquita 😭😭 adorable!
Marvin Moffat Back in the '60's there was the "Top Hat" Drive in. What was the name of the other one?

Man Suspected of Throwing Knife at Girlfriend Las Cruces Police arrested a man suspected of throwing a knife at his girlfriend causing her to be injured. Matthew Castillo, of the 1100 block of Montana Avenue, is charged with a felony count of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and a misdemeanor count of battery against a household member. Police were dispatched to Memorial Medical Center on July 30 where they spoke with Castillo’s girlfriend who was being treated to a stab wound to her leg. Her injuries were not life-threatening. Investigators learned that Castillo and the woman were in a relationship and living together. Investigators were told that on July 29, the woman accidentally stepped on a tray that contained marijuana, spilling the substance on the floor. That, apparently, caused Castillo to become upset and led to a verbal argument. Investigators learned that, at some point during the argument, Castillo grabbed a throwing knife and threw it at his girlfriend. The knife struck her leg causing her injury. Castillo is also suspected of forcefully grabbing the woman in a threatening manner. The woman left the residence and, the following day, went to the hospital for treatment of her injury. A warrant was issued for Castillo’s arrest. He was located Aug. 1 and booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center where he’s initially being held without bond.

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Ernie Garcia ????
Gustavo Ceballos Ruben Sedillo remember this fool
Gloria Garcia Wow! The list of losers, her too, keep growing.
Roy Parker Put him in prison and he better hope I don't get my hands on him
Cindylou Clark I thought weed made everyone mellow?

National Night Out Begins at 6 p.m. Only two more hours until we see you at the 2017 National Night Out on the Downtown Mall. National Night Out is scheduled for 6-9 p.m. tonight. See you there!

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Missy Herrera Pat Herrera
Maribel Nunez Simon Dominguez lets take the boys
Rosy Garcia Torres Awww
Ali Rodriguez What is this for ??
Mary Ann Jennings Constantini Getting ready!

Children Help ID Suspect in Auto Burglary A Las Cruces man suspected of trying to enter a car occupied by two young children was arrested shortly thereafter and charged with burglarizing a nearby vehicle. Andy Lucero, 31, of the 1300 block of Branson Avenue, is charged with one count of auto burglary, a fourth-degree felony. At about 11 a.m. on Sunday, July 30, police were dispatched to the report of an auto burglary at an apartment complex on the 1300 block of Branson Avenue. Officers learned that Lucero, a resident of the apartment complex, entered a vehicle and stole papers from inside. Investigators interviewed two witnesses, a 10-year-old girl and 11-year-old boy, who happened to be retrieving a ball from a relative’s vehicle that was parked nearby. Investigators learned that the two children saw Lucero and were afraid, so they locked themselves in their relative’s vehicle. Lucero apparently saw the children inside the vehicle and tried to gain access to that car. The children indicated that they watched as Lucero burglarized the nearby vehicle and waited for him to leave before they exited their relative’s car. The children then alerted the owner of the vehicle that was burglarized. Police located Lucero nearby and detained him for questioning. Lucero was booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center where he’s being held on a $5,000 bond.

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JoRee Lack Angela Terrazas Lisa Terrazas
Roy Parker Maybe he will learn when u put him behind bars
Lauren McKee Smart kids!!
Robert Lambe He was probably drunk again.
Rosalinda S. Nevarez Great job kids

Flooding Possible in Some Areas We have heard reports of flooded roadways and arroyos south of Las Cruces, and along the I-10 frontage roads between Vado and Las Cruces. Motorists are warned to slow their speeds and avoid crossing flooded roadways.

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Sonia Beatriz Karina Del Rivero Selene Ramos Olivas
Lucinda Carrasco Cassidy Kuester
Freddie Barncastle THANKS LCPD
Maria Soledad Martinez We got flooded.
Elizabeth Scott Call out the National Guard!

Local Business Donates Bicycles for NNO Giveaways A local small business has donated eight brand new bicycles and has asked the Las Cruces Codes Enforcement Office to give them away during Tuesday evening's National Night Out event on the Downtown Mall. The small business owners asked to remain anonymous and said they simply wanted to give back to the community without fanfare. The bikes range in size for young children to teenagers. The Las Cruces Codes Enforcement Office, part of the Las Cruces Police Department, thanks the local business owners for their generosity and support. Look for the Codes Enforcement booth at the National Night Out event where eight lucky children will walk away - or ride away - with a brand new bicycle. National Night Out will be held from 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 1, along Main Street in downtown Las Cruces. Parking for the event can be found in the lots surrounding Main Street Downtown or at City Hall. National Night Out is a free community event that gives residents an evening to meet their neighbors and area first responders. National Night Out is kid-friendly with many giveaways and one-on-one interaction with first responders from throughout southern New Mexico. Also during the National Night Out will be a free Ident-A-Child hosted by LCPD. Parents or caregivers will receive a photo ID card which can be used in the event a child becomes lost or missing.

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Jesus Segovia Segovia Yesenia Gaona
Wendy Nino Bustillos Natasha Nino-Jaurequi
Rosy Garcia Torres Oh wow
Mike Gamboa So awesome!!!!!
Theresa Marie 👍🏼

LCPD Mourns Loss of DASO Deputy The men and women of the Las Cruces Police Department are saddened by the loss of Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Office deputy Donald J. “D.J.” Lewis. D.J. was a well-respected deputy and beloved member of our local law enforcement family. DASO’s loss is a loss for our entire community. LCPD sends its collective thoughts and prayers to D.J.’s family, friends and to all those who worked alongside him.

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Sherry V Kirk R.I.P. SIR, MAY GOD REST HIS SOUL AND COMFORT HIS LOVED ONES....
Mae Dean Parkins My condolences to your family, coworkers, friends and aquaintences. You will be sorely missed.
Terry Avalos Cedillo Awwww, DJ was such a wonderful person! RIP DJ, we'll miss you!
Jeff Clouser RIP. Thanks for your service. Condolences to the family.
Mary Jane McNeil Rest In Peace DJ. You were such a kind person to me and my family and you will be greatly missed. 😢😭

Join us Tuesday evening for National Night Out in Downtown Las Cruces. We'll be there from 6-9 p.m.

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Eumelia Sanchez Jorge Alejandro
Trish Huot Rogue Chavez
Vicky Torrez Eliza Torrez
Veronica Atwell Victoria Natalie
Bernadette Gamboa Sugar Bell

Aug. 2 will mark the two-year anniversary of the unsolved explosions at two Las Cruces churches, and the FBI wants to remind the public it is still looking for tips in the case. The FBI is offering a $20,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for these crimes. On Aug. 2, 2015, explosive devices detonated at Calvary Baptist Church and Holy Cross Catholic Church. Nobody was injured. On Aug. 14, 2015, an undetonated device was discovered near the entrance of First Presbyterian Church and rendered safe. It is believed this device was placed within hours of the other two devices, either in the late hours of Aug. 1 or early morning of Aug. 2. The FBI, working with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives; Homeland Security Investigations; U.S. Attorney’s Office; New Mexico State Police; Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Office; Las Cruces Police Department; and New Mexico State University Police Department, is pursuing all possible leads regarding this matter. Authorities are still looking for a person of interest in this case. A man was seen walking through the parking lot of Calvary Baptist Church around the time of the explosion there. Anyone with information about the incidents is asked to call the FBI at 505-889-1300 or Las Cruces Crime Stoppers (anonymously) at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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Diana Moreno Michael Patterson
Jacqueline Bird Richard Bird
Juan Montana My Mom Almost Got Blown Up. Thank The Lord She's Still Around .
Ticha Barela November 15th marks the 2 year anniversary of the disappearance of my sister,Eva Annette Barela and yet no arrest have been made. Let me remind the public there is a $5,000 reward for information on her whereabouts. Please help us find her

2 Arrested in Drive-by Shooting Death of Teen Girl Las Cruces Police have arrested two brothers suspected for their involvement in Saturday morning’s drive-by shooting that resulted in the death of 14-year-old Jocelyn Trujillo-Pierce. Julio Gutierrez-Barrera, 20, and his 19-year-old brother Alonzo Barrera, were arrested Saturday. Julio Gutierrez-Barrera is charged with an open count of murder, tampering with evidence and conspiracy to commit a felony. Alonzo Barrera is charged with tampering with evidence and conspiracy to commit a felony. Investigators learned that a large group of people were at a party during the morning of Saturday, July 29, at 1421 Monte Vista Ave. Investigators also learned that Trujillo-Pierce and a 17-year-old friend were party-hopping early Saturday morning, celebrating Trujillo-Pierce’s recent release from juvenile detention. At some point during the morning, they arrived at the Monte Vista party. Investigators determined that Gutierrez-Barrera and Barrera were at the party but, at about 3 a.m., left after having a dispute with someone who was also in attendance. It’s believed that shortly after leaving the party, Gutierrez-Barrera was driving his Hyundai Elantra along Monte Vista Avenue when he stopped in front of the residence and fired three rounds from a 9mm semiautomatic handgun toward the home. One of those rounds penetrated an exterior wall and struck Trujillo-Pierce who was inside the residence. The round struck Trujillo-Pierce in the back of her head. Gutierrez-Barrera and his brother then fled from the scene in the Hyundai Elantra. After learning the identities of the two suspects, police located and took custody of both brothers at their apartment at 1410 S. Telshor Blvd. Investigators learned of the possible whereabouts of the handgun believed to be used in the shooting. After executing search warrants, police located the handgun in the glove box of a vehicle belonging to a friend of the brothers. The investigation into the incident is ongoing and additional charges are possible. No other information will be released at this time. Julio Gutierrez-Barrera and Alonzo Barrera were both booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center late Saturday evening. Both are initially being held without bond.

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Heather Dube Why blame the parents. Why the hell did those punks have to go shoot at them? Regardless a young life was lost due to ignorance
Annabelle Holguin We do not have tbe right to judge anyone if we have not lived their life. If you are a parent and have not sinned cast the first stone. We as parents dont come with an i instruction book. So just pray for the family
Otto Cam Lopez First of all What is a 14 year old doing at a party at that time?? where are the parents at!!!?
Veronica Moore My condolences to the family. Very sad!!! It's very upsetting to see all the negative comments about the young girl that died, no respect at all😢😢
Eve Rodriguez Terrible tragedy, let this be a lesson so her life is not in vein. Parents, talk to your children about the dangers of braking the rules. I don't just mean sneaking out, or partying, but alcohol, drugs guns, gangs and people with a temper. I ...

Homicide Investigation in Las Cruces On July 29, 2017, at about 3:15 a.m., Las Cruces Police Department officers responded to a call for assistance in the 1400 block of Monte Vista Street. At least one gunshot was fired from the street toward an area home. One teenage female was pronounced dead at the scene. The Las Cruces Police Department is asking for the community's help. If you have any information, please call police at (575) 526-0795.

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Amanda Yvonne Avalos .
Adrian Torres Someone will rat out the friend. Put a price and they will have them quick.. I want these people behind bars.
Amy Rohr My sympathies to the family and friends of this young lady. They have a hard road ahead of them without her.
Jodie Lynn So so heartbreaking 😔
Gloria Medina May this little girl rest in peace with other angels in heaven. Condolences to her family and friends.

Woman in Rollover Crash was Driving Stolen Vehicle A Deming woman involved in a rollover crash Wednesday afternoon is suspected of stealing the vehicle earlier in the day. Kayla Jean Burkhardt, 20, of the 5900 block of Triste Road in Deming, N.M., is charged with one felony count of possession of a stolen vehicle and a misdemeanor count of concealing identity. Shortly after noon on Wednesday, July 26, Las Cruces Police were dispatched to the report of a rollover crash at the intersection of University Avenue and Don Roser Drive. Officers arrived to find the crash involved a Volkswagen Jetta and a Jeep Cherokee that had rolled over. The driver of the Cherokee, later identified as Burkhardt, had fled the scene but was quickly located at a nearby hotel. Investigators learned that the Cherokee had been reported stolen from Deming earlier in the day. Burkhardt received relatively minor injuries from the crash and was transported to the nearby Memorial Medical Center where investigators interviewed her. Initially, she identified herself under another name but then acknowledged her real identity. Investigators learned that she stole the vehicle from a hospital in Deming on Wednesday morning. She also indicated that she smoked methamphetamine prior to the crash. Traffic investigators determined the crash occurred when both vehicles entered the intersection at the same time. In addition to the felony and misdemeanor charges, Burkhardt is expected to receive a traffic citation for failure to yield. Burkhardt was booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center where she is being held on a $20,000 bond.

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KM Lee https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1041460462616653&id=100002581282111&set=a.951519428277424.1073741825.100002581282111&source=56 A before Meth Picture. It's sad the effects of Meth does to a person in a year's time....
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