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Shooting at skate park sends three to hospital

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Gallup Skate Park remains closed indefinitely following a Monday evening shooting that left three brothers injured.

The victims are in stable condition, and one suspect remains at large.

The victims are identified as Romaro Dooline, 28, Kintaro Dooline, 24, and Montero Dooline, 20. All three brothers are from the local...

Weekly Police Activity Reports

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KNIFE THREAT

Gallup, Sept. 10

A Gallup man faces multiple charges after he reportedly threatened a man with a knife.

Herbert Yazzie, 24, of Gallup, has been charged with aggravated assault, resisting arrest, and criminal damage to property. He was also found to have two outstanding warrants for his arrest.

Gallup Police Officer Victor Madrid said he was dispatched to the 1500 block of East Historic Highway 66 about 9:30 pm on Sept. 10 in connection with a report of a man with a knife.

When he got to the area, he saw a man matching the description of the suspect sitting on a wall near Speedway Central, 1223 E. Hwy. 66. As he approached him, the man, later identified as...

Fire damages Highway 66 motel

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Gallup Police Department is investigating a structure fire that occurred about 3 am Oct. 1. The fire broke out at the Gardenia Motel, 1305 W. Hwy. 66.

Captain Erin Toadlena-Pablo said the fire resulted in extensive structure damage to the southeast corner of the motel, which caused the business to close. She said fourteen people were displaced by the blaze, and were assisted later in the morning by the American Red Cross.

Fire Chief Eric Babcock said Oct. 3 the cause of the fire is being investigated. He added no one was injured.

If anyone has any information about this incident, they are encouraged to call the Gallup Police Department (505) 863-9365, Metro Dispatch at (505)...

Miyamura head football coach arrested for burglary

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Coach Roanhaus in the dog haus

Miyamura High School's head coach John Roanhaus was allegedly filmed stealing money out of a football player's wallet in the school's locker room, according to a press release issued by New Mexico State Police Oct. 7.

State Police said the burglary was reported to them on Oct. 2, but didn't indicate who initially filed the report. From there, on Oct. 4, an arrest warrant was issued for Roanhaus, 42, who is listed as residing in Clovis, N.M. He was arrested without incident, and booked into the McKinley County Detention Center on one count of burglary, a fourth degree felony, and larceny, a petty misdemeanor.

Gallup McKinley County Schools Superintendent...

Fatal hit and run

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Car and driver found

A Gallup police officer was called to 201 J. M. Montoya Blvd. at 8:48   pm Sept. 17, where two bystanders told an officer that they were driving when they saw something on the road that appeared to be either a body or a trash bag.

When they stopped to check, they found that what they were looking at was a body.

They told the officer that they did not witness what took place, and they just saw the body lying there.

Medical personnel were called in and pronounced the person, who was later identified as Brian Silversmith, 62, a Native American man, deceased.

While officers were on scene, they received a call from Metro Dispatch about a person who witnessed the...

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