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WEEKLY DWI REPORT

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Kenny Keyonnie

Jan. 12, 2:58 am

Aggravated DWI (first offense)

McKinley County Sheriff Deputy Frank Villa Jr. said he responded to a call from a security guard at the Travel Centers of America on West Highway 66 about a man passed out behind the steering wheel of his vehicle at one of the center’s...

Weekly Police Activity Reports

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SEARCH FOR TWO ASSAILANTS

Jan. 11, Gallup

Gallup Police are looking for two men who reportedly attacked two Gallup teenage girls on Jan. 11.

The two girls told police they were walking eastbound on Aztec Avenue about 2 pm. when they were approached by two men who began hitting them for no reason. One girl said she was punched several times in the face while the other said she was hit twice before the men got into their vehicle and drove away.

Neither girl said they knew either their attackers. Police searched the area for the suspect vehicle but were unable to find any suspects matching the girls’ descriptions.

 

HOT CHECK PRESSURE

Jan. 8, Gallup

A Gallup man was arrested...

WEEKLY DWI REPORT

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Gregory Littleman

Dec. 30, 12:50 am

Aggravated DWI

Gallup Police Patrolman Daniel Brown was on regular patrol when he said he saw a vehicle on the I-40 ramp at the 20-mile marker sitting facing the wrong way. He said he went up to the vehicle and as he did, the driver attempted to reverse, so he yelled at him to stop and he did.

Brown went up to the driver’s side and began talking to Littleman, 21, of Window Rock. Littleman was smiling and his head was bobbing back and forth and he showed signs of being intoxicated.

Littleman was directed to exit the vehicle and said he couldn’t so he was asked again. When he did exit the vehicle, he almost fell down. He was asked if he...

Suspect at large in Allsup's shooting

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Details remain sketchy, regarding a homicide that occurred at the Allsup’s convenience store, 112 Arnold Street, about 11:18 pm on Jan. 9.

The victim, identified as 21-year-old Francisco L. Logan of Gallup, was shot and later died at the hospital, according to police.

Gallup Police Capt. Marinda Spencer said the shooting is being treated as a homicide. Police didn’t respond to questions on whether a store clerk was involved, and/or whether the shooting occurred inside the store.

Spencer said they have no suspects at this time.

Anyone who has any information on this case is asked to contact GPD detectives at (505) 863-9365 during business hours, or (505)722-2231 after business...

CYFD to increase eligibility for subsidized child care

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Jan. 31 application deadline looming

ALBUQUERQUE – Families with incomes up to 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Level have until Jan. 31 to apply for subsidized child care. The eligibility was restored after a group of parents sued the Children, Youth & Families Department for denying eligible parents access to the service.

Organizers in the Land of Enchantment, a plaintiff in the suit, found the announcement on the CYFD

“Right now, my family is searching for last minute child care because we can only afford $30 for a day for a babysitter on Sunday because both my husband and I work,” OLÉ member Simone Pinero said. “It would have been nice to know that eligibility for child...

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