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Maryanne Ortiz

Albuquerque, NM

#24 Jun 2, 2011
What kind of statement is this people in prison are always killing themselves only because they are tired of prisonn life and when they get really scared of what is gonna a happen down the road But this man is not the only one that has taken their lives
Maryanne Ortiz

Albuquerque, NM

#25 Jun 2, 2011
Why cant people just accept facts that when people die in prison is because the choose to How many people have died in there I wonder what the count would be. I bet half the people in prison want to die instead of severing thier time and why wasnt their another autopsy done. Did the prison stop the family from doing this.
Cexy Cee

Albuquerque, NM

#26 Jul 9, 2011
I think people are children omg how coould u talk that way to one another gosh get a life. May god send you both to hell
david nevarez

Santa Fe, NM

#27 Dec 17, 2011
ANTA FE, N.M.-- The Santa Fe County jail warden was caught on camera imitating a hanging and laughing about it.

A picture shows Warden David Trujillo wearing his badge and holding a noose over a former coworker's head.

Santa Fe County Jail Director Annabelle Romero said she didn't know about the photo until Action 7 News showed it to her.

Romero said she's disappointed, because suicide is an issue in jails that the staff takes very seriously.

"I want them to know we do everything in our power to prevent suicide and that we care," Romero said.

The warden will talk to his staff and let them know that type of behavior is unacceptable, according to Romero.

It's possible that the warden will face disciplinary action.

Read more: http://www.koat.com/news/26171191/detail.html...
david nevarez

Santa Fe, NM

#28 Dec 17, 2011
SANDOVAL COUNTY, N.M.-- Two suicides were reported at the Sandoval County Detention Center just days apart last week, and now an internal review is underway.

According to county officials, Kenneth Traiger and Stephen Vincent both hung themselves last week. They said Traiger used a ripped sheet and Vincent used his shoelaces.

The facility has had only one other suicide since the early 90s.

A county spokesperson told Action 7 News, "We're committed to making sure this doesn't happen again."

He also said it's possible that admission procedures could change, including the policy to let inmates keep shoes with shoelaces.

Inmates undergo a psychiatric evaluation when they move into the jail. County officials said neither Traiger nor Vincent was thought to be suicidal after that evaluation.

Vincent was in jail on charges of sexually abusing a child, while Traiger was in jail on a bank robbery charge.

Read more: http://www.koat.com/news/30018846/detail.html...
david nevarez

Santa Fe, NM

#29 Dec 17, 2011
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Two more prison guards from the Central New Mexico Correctional Facility in Los Lunas are facing charges related to stolen cars and bogus checks. Sunday, June ... NM Family Awarded Nearly $900K In Son's Death ...
david nevarez

Santa Fe, NM

#31 Dec 17, 2011
A 47-year-old Los Lunas woman has been indicted on a charge of involuntary manslaughter after police said she helped contribute to the death of an inmate last year at the Central New Mexico Correctional Facility in Los Lunas.
Department of Corrections spokesman Shannon McReynolds said Sheri L. Stone was charged after she mailed a letter to inmate Joseph Segura that contained Suboxone, a drug know for mitigating the effects of withdrawal from heroin.
McReynolds said Stone sent the inmate two watercolor drawings that contained the drug, which Segura ingested while he was housed at the correctional facility.
“It was something that he was able to lick off of the paper,” McReynolds said.
The drawings looked as if they had been drawn by a child and were of a bright yellow duck and one that had the sun with a stick figure that read,“I love you daddy,” according to McReynolds.
Stone is also charged with bringing contraband onto prison grounds, conspiracy to commit bringing contraband onto prison grounds and distribution of a controlled substance.
Segura died of an overdose on Feb. 19, 2010.
McReynolds said officials didn’t know the drug could be ingested at the time of Segura’s death.
“Remember, this is a new phenomenon,” McReynolds said.“Now, we know what to look for.”
david nevarez

Santa Fe, NM

#32 Dec 17, 2011
KOB Eyewitness News 4 has questions about security in the wake of this weekend’s escape of a prisoner from the state prison in Los Lunas.

Prisoner David Mansfield was allowed to work on state prison property, feeding cattle on the prison’s 1,800 acre farm.

Early Saturday morning, he walked off the farm and escaped.

Mansfield, 54, was captured Sunday afternoon. He had fallen asleep inside a car for sale at a Los Lunas car dealership.

But we talked to a neighbor of the prison who says Mansfield’s escape comes as no surprise to him.

Richard Goheen, who lives right across the street from the prison, said he’s seen inmates outside and unsupervised plenty of times.

“At least one or two occasions I've seen them out here without a guard - even further up the road, a quarter mile up the road and they were unsupervised - no guard, no anything,” Goheen said.

Goheen said he was so concerned he drove into the prison facility – both to complain and to test their security.

“There was no guard, there was no gate, the gate wasn't closed - nothing. I drove my truck right on in right up to the front door and walked on in and I asked a guard what was going on, how come there wasn't any supervision out there and he said; 'Oh heck some of these guys have been here so long they can do whatever they want'."

We asked prison officials how Mansfield was able to escape.

“We had one of our officers call looking for him saying he hadn't reported in so that's when we went to go look for him and he had walked away from the facility,” said prison spokesman Ken Sandlin.

We asked Sandlin if Mansfield’s escape is making prison officials re-evaluate security.

“Anytime we have an escape or walk-a-way like this type, we will review every policy,” he said.

Goheen said he hopes that review will mean more security for inmates working on and off prison grounds.

“It's still a penitentiary and people need to be kept safe from the people who are on the other side of this wall,” he said.

Mansfield was charged with escape and is being held temporarily at the Valencia County Jail.

His escape could add even more time to the four years he is already serving for embezzlement and car theft.
carl

Philadelphia, PA

#33 Apr 30, 2012
Sadistic, cowardly abuse by a bunch of "correctional" nimrods with the integrity of gang-banging thugs
Hey Now

Huntsville, AL

#34 Sep 22, 2013
None wrote:
<quoted text>
you can stop posting... there is no internet connection in the afterlife
Long Island mediam just emailed u Dales Response he has no connection up here
Dale Nevarez 49ers

Albuquerque, NM

#35 Jan 16, 2014
As I lay here in the dark, between these prison walls
I would think about you and my tears would fall
You were the sun that shines, an encouraging thought
wish I could have been there with you
while you fought
You prayed over each one, but me, I was not there
I was behind those walls, with a life I could not bear
I could not escape, I could not break
Ashamed, deranged and full of fear
All I could think about was me being here
Overwhelmed by depression, in great despair
Feeling sorry for myself, thinking, "this is not fair"
"How did I get here"?, "What did I do"?
Your fighting and I am stuck here without you
Sometime has gone by, released from those walls
Now your dead and gone, I live with only memories
and tears that fall
So, learn from your past, the experience you go through
You never know when a loved one will pass
and you can't say "I Love You"!
Dale Nevarez 49ers

Albuquerque, NM

#36 Jan 16, 2014
Hey Now wrote:
<quoted text> Long Island mediam just emailed u Dales Response he has no connection up here
Channel your energy into making amends, rather than making yourself feel horribly guilty.
Dale Nevarez 49ers

Albuquerque, NM

#37 Jan 16, 2014
message from dale nevarez go 49ers love my grand kids and my only brother david love you miss you see on the other side bro
Dale Nevarez 49ers

Albuquerque, NM

#38 Jan 16, 2014
Hey Now wrote:
<quoted text> Long Island mediam just emailed u Dales Response he has no connection up here
TTT IS TIME LORD TAKE FROM THE DRY DUST/BRAKE ME/I BE CHAINED FROM THE DEVILS HOUSE.IT IS TIME LORD.TAKE ME,FROM THE DRY DUST BREAK ME,FROM THE THESE CHAINS BRING ME,FROM THE DEVILS HOUSE TAKE ME,OUT OF DARKNESS WALK ME OUT,OUT OF BLINDNESS LIFT ME OUT,OUT OF SADNESS SAVE ME,FROM MY DARKNESS.
PLEASE LORD IT IS TIME LORD,IT IS TIME LORD IT IS TIME LORD TAKE ME,
FROM THE DRY DUST BREAK ME,OUT OF CHAINS BRING ME,FROM MY DARKNESS WALK ME,FROM MY BLINDNESS LIFT ME.
TAKE MY ENEMIES BLOOD AND TAKE HES SPITE,AND TAKE HES BONES,AND TAKE HES MOUTH,AND TAKE HES HAIR,AND TAKE HES HEART,AND TAKE HES TONGUE, AND TAKE HES BREATH.
IT IS TIME LORD TAKE ME FROM THE DRY DUST.49DAYS
I AM THE SAME YESTERDAY,TODAY,AND TOMORROW.
I HAVE THE POWER TO BE REBORN,I AM THE SAME YESTERDAY ,TODAY AND TOMORROW.
I HAVE THE POWER TO BE BORN A SECOND TIME.

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