Investigation opens into 20-year-old'...

Investigation opens into 20-year-old's death

There are 18 comments on the KOB.com Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico story from Dec 20, 2008, titled Investigation opens into 20-year-old's death. In it, KOB.com Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico reports that:

Police say a young woman found dead in a ditch had sought help at a nearby home just before she died.

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JohnJrk

Odessa, TX

#2 Dec 20, 2008
OK...and jjst WHERE was this young lady's body found? ABQ, Las Lunas, Corrales, Santa Fe???

Leaving that out pretty much limits anything the public may know and offer, ya think???

Shabby story if any assistance is being sought, don't you think?
Amazing

Albuquerque, NM

#3 Dec 20, 2008
JohnJrk wrote:
OK...and jjst WHERE was this young lady's body found? ABQ, Las Lunas, Corrales, Santa Fe???
Leaving that out pretty much limits anything the public may know and offer, ya think???
Shabby story if any assistance is being sought, don't you think?
Well, seeing that CORRALES police are investigating the death, I would assume that her body was found in Corrales. Or did you not read that part?
Huh

Albuquerque, NM

#4 Dec 20, 2008
I can only guess her body was found in Corrales, because if it was found elsewhere (like Los Lunas, Santa Fe??) why would Corrales police be the ones that find her or are investigating.

JJST my opinion.
bbb

Meridian, ID

#5 Dec 20, 2008
i understand the homeowner being frightented, but did she think to call the police?
jackson

Albuquerque, NM

#6 Dec 20, 2008
bbb wrote:
i understand the homeowner being frightented, but did she think to call the police?
maybe if you watched the accompanying video with the story, you would know that she did call the police and they went to her house and performed fruitless search of the area.

somewhere near corrales :P
kympossible

Albuquerque, NM

#7 Dec 20, 2008
I had a similar experience one night. A strung out girl came to our door asking for help (stranded, and needing $10 for gas money}. There was no way I would've answered the door if my 6'2" husband hadn't been there. For all we knew, she could have been scoping out the house, with her boyfriend waiting in the wings.. We DID call the cops, and they responded quickly, taking her away on outstanding warrants. I completely understand the woman's response.
Land of Entrapment

Albuquerque, NM

#8 Dec 20, 2008
OK, this should be the real concern: Today is the 20th of December. She died on December the 8th???? Hello, Mork Calling Orson, Come in Orson! That was 12 days ago! The trail runs cold after 48 hours........Is that Bernalillo County Corrales or Sandoval County Corrales, by the way? I ask that, only because the Sandoval County Sheriff is a total joke and if she died in Sandoval County, they'll never completely determine the truth.......
Orange J

Albuquerque, NM

#9 Dec 20, 2008
so how can they not be sure if its a hypo-thermia case or a murder, I want to know if there are any signs of trauma.
The Voice of Reason

Albuquerque, NM

#10 Dec 20, 2008
My condolences to the family. No family should have to deal with this type of thing this time of the year. Nor, any time of the year for that matter.
Bang Bang Feuer Frei

Xanten, Germany

#11 Dec 21, 2008
JohnJrk wrote:
OK...and jjst WHERE was this young lady's body found? ABQ, Las Lunas, Corrales, Santa Fe???
Leaving that out pretty much limits anything the public may know and offer, ya think???
Shabby story if any assistance is being sought, don't you think?
Are You stoned? Read the article again.
**********
**Her body was found partially submerged in a Corrales ditch the morning of December 8.**
GOOD GRIEF

AOL

#12 Dec 21, 2008
kympossible wrote:
I had a similar experience one night. A strung out girl came to our door asking for help (stranded, and needing $10 for gas money}. There was no way I would've answered the door if my 6'2" husband hadn't been there. For all we knew, she could have been scoping out the house, with her boyfriend waiting in the wings.. We DID call the cops, and they responded quickly, taking her away on outstanding warrants. I completely understand the woman's response.
So do I.

I had a young woman, obviously high, knock on my door claiming she & her baby were stranded here & she needed bus fair to Denver, could I LOAN it to her.(She had no baby with her.) I told her I would call the police & they would take her to the Salvation Army who would buy her bus ticket. She flipped me off, called me a b*tch & she & a guy who was hiding by the side of the house materialized & they made a hasty exit. Needless to say I didn't bother calling the police. There is no way I'm opening my door to anybody I don't know. Although the article didn't say the woman called the police I'm sure she did.
DDM

Albuquerque, NM

#13 Dec 21, 2008
sad to say but the time of life when you could help a stranger are gone
I followed this story

Albuquerque, NM

#14 Dec 21, 2008
...and if any of you with questions had, too, you'd know that the very next day after she was found, an article in the ABQ Journal asked for help in identifying poor Aylissa, and even gave the cross streets of where she was found in the irrigation ditch. It explained that she had no signs of trauma. The next day she had been identified, and she was eulogized this past Friday at Calvary Chapel. Please keep her family in prayer, and pray that her killer is indeed found and brought to justice. She didn't just go lay down in that ditch to die that night, and we all know it. She was trying to save herself...
New Mexican

Corrales, NM

#15 Dec 21, 2008
All of you are already saying this girl was HIGH, STONED etc. yet there has been no mention of drugs or alcohol in her system yet.

I am so glad we have so many "professionals" here to determine her cause of death before the ME does.

Now just how extensive a search did the Police do, how many HOURS did they spend, or was it a quick walk around the property and seeing nothing out of the ordinary they left?

There are more questions then answers here and that seems par for the course in and around NM.

Does the Chief of Police in Corrales dare to explain things?
Tom-Corrales

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

#16 Dec 21, 2008
Reading some of the comments here put some fear into me. We have a guy that has been living in the bosgue behind our house. The Corrales PD says they cannot remove him. The Sandoval County Sheriff's department refuses to respond. The Bernallilo county Sheriff's department says it is not there jurisdiction. The Bosque Patrol officers say they can't move him nor even pick up his trash.
One of those four said I could go back and get his stuff, but to be careful where I step, because it is obvious that he did not bring his on PortoPotty. My dogs bark half the night, but I guess I will never get any real interest from one of the PD's until they come to complain about my dogs.
I wonder if this guy was somehow involved. Probably not, he probably does day jobs as a Madoff broker to buy his food, beer and whatever that good smelling stuff he smokes.
It doesn't look like our part of the ditch, so maybe my own personal vagrant was not involved, but do they really know?
New Mexican

Corrales, NM

#17 Dec 21, 2008
Tom-Corrales,

One or more of those departments are indeed legally responsible and must take action.

Find out who your state rep is and ask him to tell you which of those dept. cover your area and then write a nice letter explaining that fact to them.

Then call and have then come out and take action.

You can always haul all of them into court for failure to response when called and let them hack it out with the Judge, unless said Judge is on the take from all of them.
death

United States

#18 Dec 24, 2008
JohnJrk wrote:
OK...and jjst WHERE was this young lady's body found? ABQ, Las Lunas, Corrales, Santa Fe???
Leaving that out pretty much limits anything the public may know and offer, ya think???
Shabby story if any assistance is being sought, don't you think?
ummm idiot it said corrales
dustin garcia

Albuquerque, NM

#19 May 5, 2009
JohnJrk wrote:
OK...and jjst WHERE was this young lady's body found? ABQ, Las Lunas, Corrales, Santa Fe???
Leaving that out pretty much limits anything the public may know and offer, ya think???
Shabby story if any assistance is being sought, don't you think?
your a dip shit it does say corrales click on the link stupid

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