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Recent Crime News
Wednesday Jul 29 | via Ruidoso News
Informational Report : On July 13, Dianne Ibenthal and Gary Singletary were walking the trail at Wingfield Park when they were approached by aggressive and unleashed dogs. An officer was dispatched to the residence of Terry Watts where dogs were again aggressive. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 28 | via Ruidoso News
The Lincoln Days pageant street scene looks quiet now, but come Aug. 7, 8 and 9, the audience will re-live the arson of a flaming McSween house and Billy's escape. Lincoln Historic Site will host thousands on the single actual street, once known as the most "dangerous street in the United States." Comment?
Thursday Jul 16 | via Ruidoso News
A stop sign at US 70 and Hale Lake Road was replaced by the New Mexico Department of Transportation after being riddled with bullets. As officials with the U.S. Forest Service work out details on the renewal of a special use permit to allow a gun range to operate on national forest land, some owners of homes in the vicinity of the range have asked for a meeting to air complaints and request cooperation. Comment?
Thursday Jul 9 | via Ruidoso News
New Mexico is not a sanctuary state, although three cities and one county within its borders were listed by the Congressional Research Center on Jan. 30, 2011 as sanctuaries where local law enforcement does not cooperate with federal agencies in detecting illegal immigrants. A map recently featured on a Fox News Channel broadcast showed New Mexico as either a sanctuary state or one containing sanctuary cities. Comment?
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