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Reporter

Grand Junction, CO

#1 Dec 7, 2012
Do you have informaton about something you think is newsworthy or should be investigated? List it here, please.
clouds

Surprise, AZ

#3 Dec 8, 2012
Reporter wrote:
Do you have informaton about something you think is newsworthy or should be investigated? List it here, please.
Did it ever occur to you to regularly check the police blotters?
News tips wanted

Grand Junction, CO

#4 Dec 8, 2012
Why of course it did, sir or madam. But stories such as the Petco dog bite incident don't hit the police blotters. It was an animal control matter and report, which is something we wouldn't routinely get. I heard about it by reading the forum.
clouds wrote:
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Did it ever occur to you to regularly check the police blotters?
News tips wanted

Grand Junction, CO

#6 Dec 9, 2012
I'll look into Shirley - can't promise anything but thanks for the info.
Lincolns_Ghost wrote:
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Understandable, which is why I provided you with the information regarding Shirley.
Flanders

United States

#8 Dec 10, 2012
How about the missing guns at the police department?

How about a follow-up on the sheriffs investigation on FPD Officer Manning for domestic violence and was served a restraining order?
jojo

Maywood, CA

#9 Dec 10, 2012
Find articles on here...
www.onlinenewspapers.com
misuse of tax money

Saint Paul, MN

#10 Dec 11, 2012
Look into the money paid to Dan Darnell through the San Juan Safe Communities from the city and county. This would include collusion by the Mayor, City Council, City Manager, City Attorney, City Clerk, San Juan County Commissioners and Daily-Times to name only a few.
ahh

Albuquerque, NM

#11 Dec 11, 2012
My frustration? Why, do I, as a lifetime resident of New Mexico have to present a PASSPORT from now on to fly on any and every airline?
Josey Wales

Carrizozo, NM

#12 Dec 13, 2012
Flanders wrote:
How about the missing guns at the police department?
How about a follow-up on the sheriffs investigation on FPD Officer Manning for domestic violence and was served a restraining order?
Two very good topics....also why a police sergeant accused of rape and never rightfully exonerated is still employed as a sergeant. With his history of sexual misconduct, I think the chances are very good that he actually committed the act of rape.
Bender

United States

#14 Dec 19, 2012
How about a follow-up story on FPDs Manning who was being investigated by the SJCSO for domestic violence while intoxicated. He was supposedly subject to a restraining order. Is he still with the PD? The investigation was announced to the CPAC.

“Common sense isn't common”

Since: Dec 12

Sesser IL

#15 Dec 27, 2012
What about the starved and tortured dog?
what about it

Muscle Shoals, AL

#16 Dec 27, 2012
Unfortunately, the quality of life for people (human beings) has a far greater in the State of New Mexico than those that Ilinois has time to 'celebrate'.

“Common sense isn't common”

Since: Dec 12

Sesser IL

#17 Dec 28, 2012
what about it wrote:
Unfortunately, the quality of life for people (human beings) has a far greater in the State of New Mexico than those that Ilinois has time to 'celebrate'.
This has nothing to with differing values between New Mexico and Illinois. I'm a 'snow bird' who lives in Santa Fe six months a year and have for 20 years, and there is no appreciable difference between what New Mexicans and Illinoisans 'value', in terms of simple, common decency and humanity.

Furthermore, torturing or killing animals is one of the three 'key predictors' indicative of the potential to become a serial killer, according to the FBI's Behavioral Sciences Unit, and THAT ALONE should concern you all deeply.
it always has and

Muscle Shoals, AL

#18 Dec 28, 2012
TRFisk wrote:
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This has nothing to with differing values between New Mexico and Illinois. I'm a 'snow bird' who lives in Santa Fe six months a year and have for 20 years, and there is no appreciable difference between what New Mexicans and Illinoisans 'value', in terms of simple, common decency and humanity.
Furthermore, torturing or killing animals is one of the three 'key predictors' indicative of the potential to become a serial killer, according to the FBI's Behavioral Sciences Unit, and THAT ALONE should concern you all deeply.
and always will be. I've seen enough dogs carcasses smeared against the asphalets and pavements throughout new mexico. I don't spend time in Santa Fe unfortunately. However, it's obvious State of New Mexico has far greater issues to contend with in dealing with quailty of life issues with people. There are sick and perverted people in the world and I am sure New Mexico has it's few.

Obviously, this country (the TV Mass Media news looking to exploit) is anxiously waiting for the next violent killing spree to occur in our Public Schools particularly here in New Mexico. I would rather have public safety contend with potential shots to be fired than to spend REMAINING resources to on issues that don't involve people.

This is why this is New Mexico than what occurs in Illinois.

Maybe if we had a President from New Mexico, we could have more time and resources to expend.
xando

Phoenix, AZ

#19 Dec 28, 2012
Good point, but your reason will be lost on most who participate in these forums. Farmington has more than its share of the intellectually devoid.
xando

Phoenix, AZ

#20 Dec 28, 2012
Should have quoted--my comment was in response to the post by TRFisk.

“Common sense isn't common”

Since: Dec 12

Sesser IL

#21 Dec 28, 2012
it always has and wrote:
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and always will be. I've seen enough dogs carcasses smeared against the asphalets and pavements throughout new mexico. I don't spend time in Santa Fe unfortunately. However, it's obvious State of New Mexico has far greater issues to contend with in dealing with quailty of life issues with people. There are sick and perverted people in the world and I am sure New Mexico has it's few.
Obviously, this country (the TV Mass Media news looking to exploit) is anxiously waiting for the next violent killing spree to occur in our Public Schools particularly here in New Mexico. I would rather have public safety contend with potential shots to be fired than to spend REMAINING resources to on issues that don't involve people.
This is why this is New Mexico than what occurs in Illinois.
Maybe if we had a President from New Mexico, we could have more time and resources to expend.
Illinois doesn't have any more resources than New Mexico; in fact, we're the most insolvent state in the Union, per capita. It's not about money, it's about having the cojones to deal with violently ill people, and the woman who did that to that poor dog certainly qualifies as one-- AND she's your neighbor.

Think about it.

“Common sense isn't common”

Since: Dec 12

Sesser IL

#22 Dec 28, 2012
xando wrote:
Should have quoted--my comment was in response to the post by TRFisk.
I'm an old B-24 navigator, so I tracked your beacon.*grin*
Navajoe

Florence, AL

#23 Jan 18, 2013
There was supposedly a shotout near Red Valley, Arizona last evening. I do know that the school in Red Valley was locked down for sometime as a result.
Farmington

Florence, AL

#24 Jan 18, 2013
Navajoe wrote:
There was supposedly a shotout near Red Valley, Arizona last evening. I do know that the school in Red Valley was locked down for sometime as a result.
Maybe two killed and one in the hospital? People are not saying much.

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