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Darryl Boyd

Aug. 18, 5:05 pm

Aggravated DWI (refusal)

Gallup Police Department Officer Daniel Brown was among several officers who took part in the arrest of Darryl Boyd, 34, of Yah-Ta-Hey, who was reported to Metro Dispatch as a possible drunk driver.

Other officers had seen Boyd weaving on the road and...

Serial Rio Rancho child predator indicted on child rape charges

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ALBUQUERQUE – On Aug. 22, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced he had indicted Edward Cebada, a convicted felon and registered sex offender on new charges of rape of a child.

On Aug. 21, a grand jury charged Cebada with multiple counts of Criminal Sexual Penetration of a Minor, Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor and Aggravated Battery.

“As Attorney General, I’m disgusted and angered that a convicted sex offender is alleged to have harmed another child in our community,” Balderas said. “I will aggressively prosecute this case, and all dangerous child predators that sexually exploit children in New Mexico.”

In July of 2013, Cebada was convicted of numerous...

St. Michaels man arrested for voyeurism

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Entered women’s bathroom

A St. Michaels man is facing several charges after he reportedly accosted a 17-year-old girl in a Gallup bathroom.

Thomas Lee, 38, was charged with voyeurism, concealing his identity, resisting arrest, criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and assault on a police officer.

Gallup Police Officer Cindy Romancito said she was dispatched about 12:30 pm on Aug. 4 to the 1200 block of West Maloney Avenue in reference to a report of a man who was in the female restroom watching young females.

When she got there, she found Lee being detained by two other men. He appeared to be intoxicated and when she tried to put handcuffs on him, he tensed up so she asked the...

Officer recognized for saving a life

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Weekly Police Activity Reports

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8/12, Ramah

McKinley County Sheriff deputies were dispatched to the El Morro Market in Ramah about 11 am on Aug. 12 in reference to a burglary.

The manager of the store, Emily Richmond, said when she entered the building earlier that morning she noticed that the cash register was missing and there were some peanut shells on the floor.

She said she tried calling the store owner but there was no phone service, and no electricity.

Deputies were not able to determine how entry to the store was made. About $800 was reported missing. There are no suspects.



8/11, Gallup

Two men, both from the Mentmore area, were arrested after police...

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