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McGaffey, May 4

The McKinley County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an attack on an Iyanbito man on May 4.

The man, Kyle Francisco, 25, told deputies that he had gone to McGaffey with friends earlier that day. He said during the trip, he was attacked by men he did not know. MedStar personnel...

Threats made against local schools

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The Gallup Police reported receiving an emergency call from metro dispatch about a person who wanted to report an online employee posting, that included a threat to shoot up Gallup High School. The posting was on May 5. The call came in at 1:13 pm, May 6.  The Gallup McKinley schools have been notified and safety precautions have been put in place.  The FBI has also been notified. Police and detectives are actively investigating this incident.


Missing Endangered Juvenile Advisory issued by Gallup Police

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The following is information for the distribution of a Missing Endangered Juvenile Advisory from the Gallup Police Department. Please refer all media inquiries to the Gallup Police Department at (505) 722-2002.

The Gallup Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in locating Emmanuel Gavin Haudley, a Native American male, 16 years old, 5’8” tall, 130 pounds, with brown eyes, and black hair.  He has a diamond tattoo on his right hand and a bruised left eye.

He was last seen on May 12, around 4:55 pm, near South Fourth Street in the Gallup area. It is unknown what type of clothing he was last wearing. Emmanuel is MISSING and is believed to be in DANGER...

School board to vote on renaming school district

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Public can vote online

Gallup McKinley County Schools could have a new name down the road, depending on the outcome of the discussion to be held by the Board of Education at an upcoming meeting.

No information about the meeting is available at this time, including the projected cost, except that it will occur later in May.

The discussion was supposed to be held during the April 29 meeting, but it was tabled after a motion by Board Secretary Michael Schaaf, stating more time was needed to gather feedback from the public.

The decision to table was not without opposition, however.

“We’re capable of making the decision [on our own],” Dist. 1 member Kevin Mitchell said during the...

State police agents make arrest in Rita Jaramillo case

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LOS LUNAS, N.M. – On Oct. 1, the New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau was asked to assist the Valencia County Sheriff’s Office with a missing persons case.

On Sept. 23, the Valencia County Sheriff’s Office was called to a trailer house that had been burned belonging to Rita Jaramillo at 6 San Luis Rey Place in the El Cerro Mission District of Los Lunas. Deputies learned from family members that they haven’t heard from Rita Jaramillo since Sept. 20.

Valencia County detectives had reason to believe there was foul play involved so Jaramillo was listed as missing and the New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau was contacted to investigate the case.

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