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FBI recruits technical talent for many roles

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FBI uses science, technology, engineering and math to keep public safe

Whether it’s cracking codes, halting hackers or finding forensic evidence, the FBI uses science, technology, engineering and math to keep the American people safe in nearly every investigation, every day.

“Our workforce tracks down hackers and...

Man sought for armed robbery of gas station

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Staff Reports

A male subject attempted an armed robbery at Mustang Gasoline and Convenience Store, 3440 E. Hwy 66 at about 6:30 pm Oct. 28.

The male was described as Native American and wearing a plaid shirt over a black hoodie, blue jeans and white shoes. A Kel-Tec Sub-2000 rifle was recovered at the scene.

The Gallup Police Department seeks the public’s assistance in identifying the individual in the photographs.

If you have information about the individuals or the incident, please contact Detective Kelvin Akeson at the Gallup Police Department (505) 726-5466 or through the McKinley County Metro Dispatch at (505) 722-2231 or (505) 722-6474.


Two men arrested, multiple charges

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Who: Vern Camron Nozie, 24, of Peoria, Ariz.

Alfredo M. Delgarito, 29, of Gallup

What: Nozie: False imprisonment and battery of a female victim

Delgarito: Aggravated battery upon a peace officer and use of a deadly weapon

DWI 4th offense

Resisting, evading or obstructing an officer

Leaving the scene of an accident involving damage to a vehicle

Driving while license is suspended or revoked

When: Oct. 31

Where: 110 E. Aztec Ave. in Gallup

Man charged with Albuquerque bank robbery, other federal crimes

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ALBUQUERQUE — The FBI charged Andres Otero in a federal criminal complaint with the Oct. 30 robbery of an Albuquerque bank and other federal crimes.

Otero, 61, with addresses in Moriarty and Albuquerque, was charged with bank robbery, interference with interstate commerce by threats or violence, possessing a firearm during a crime of violence, and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Otero, who was arrested by the Albuquerque Police Department Nov. 1 on an active arrest warrant out of Texas for violating his parole, is accused of robbing Washington Federal, 300 Eubank Blvd. NE.

He also is charged with the robberies of two other Albuquerque businesses, a Waffle...

‘New Mexico for All’ rally stops in Gallup

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By Cody Begaye

Sun Correspondent

The Democratic Party of New Mexico held a rally Nov. 4 in Gallup as part of the 'New Mexico for All' campaign. The event took place at Gallup Coffee Company, 203 W. Coal Ave.

Since launching in August, New Mexico for All has aimed to attain campaign volunteers, engage more voters, and help lead a slate of democratic candidates to victory in the November midterms.

The stop in Gallup was part of a four-day, statewide tour to reach every corner of New Mexico in order to urge supporters to get out the vote. After Gallup, similar events are scheduled by DPNM in Shiprock, Farmington, Taos, Roswell, Espanola, Carlsbad, Los Alamos and Las Vegas...

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