Former deputy Michel Aguirre back in custody
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#1 May 23, 2017
Former deputy back in custody
Written by Silver City Daily Press on May 23, 2017
Former Grant County Sheriff’s Deputy Michael Aguirre is back in custody, according to New Mexico State Police, after violating his conditions of release.
However, that is all the State Police would say about the matter, and Aguirre was not in the Grant County Detention Center as of press time Monday night.
Aguirre, 40, was arrested and charged with two counts of battery and kidnapping following an alleged domestic incident at his home on Wednesday, May 10.
Aguirre was released the following day on a $5,000 unsecured bond.
Both Grant County Magistrate Court judges, Judge Laney and Judge Grijalva, recused themselves from the case, which is now scheduled to be overseen by Judge Mark Thomas in Lordsburg.
The Daily Press heard about an alleged incident Monday morning in Tyrone involving Aguirre and reached out to local law enforcement and was told the New Mexico State Police were handling the case. The Press contacted State Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Chad Pierce and other State Police officers via email shortly after noon on Monday.
Capt. Robert Gomez of Deming responded, reporting that Aguirre was being held for violating his conditions of release, and that since the State Police were actively working the case, no other information would be released. The Daily Press reached out again to State Police at 6:22 Monday evening and received the same response from Sgt. Chad Pierce. The Daily Press asked for more details surrounding the circumstances of Aguirre’s situation and was told to email questions — emails which never received a response.
The Daily Press then requested a police blotter from the Grant County Regional Dispatch Authority on any traffic incidents near Tyrone on New Mexico 90 Monday morning between 7:45 and 9 a.m. and the request was denied, with Dispatch saying State Police Sgt. Brett Jensen refused to allow the record to be released, according to Dispatch Director Barb Schalkofski.
“At this time the information involving this case is not open to the public as per: Section 14-2-1 4 & 5: Law Enforcement Records, of the Inspection of Public Records, Published by the Attorney General’s Office.
“(4) law enforcement records that reveal confidential sources, methods, information or individuals accused but not charged with a crime. Law enforcement records include evidence in any form received or compiled in connection with a criminal investigation or prosecution by a law enforcement or prosecuting agency, including inactive matters or closed investigations to the extent that they contain the information listed in this paragraph;
“(5) as provided by the Confidential Materials Act [ 14-3A-1 NMSA 1978];
“NMSP SGT Jensen has advised that this case is still under investigation. Until he releases it, we will not provide it to the public. If you have any questions please contact NMSP SGT Jensen.”
When reached by email late Monday evening, Sgt. Jensen referred the Press back to State Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Chad Pierce.
No further information was made available about the incident from local law enforcement agencies.
#2 Sep 18, 2017
So, what happened?
#3 Sep 24, 2017
NOTHING! ITS GRANT COUNTY They gave his bitc_ A $$ A SLAP ON THE ARM
#4 Apr 27, 2018
Grant County / Silver City , New Mexico has always been and will always be corrupt and inbred.
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