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Weekly Police Activity Report

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STOLEN IDENTITY
Ramah, Aug. 30

A woman who was missing her weekly unemployment benefits from her state issued card, received a text message on Aug. 24 suggesting she log in to a website to verify her identity.

She followed the instructions and said the site she reached looked like the New Mexico Work Force Solutions...

Man found dead at pizza restaurant

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Not a lot is known about the male found unresponsive outside of Big Cheese Pizza, 1516 E. Hwy. 66, Sept. 15.

Gallup Police were called to the scene at 8 am that day and were followed by emergency units. The male was deceased. His identity is unknown.

No foul play is suspected in this incident.

 

This table represents a seven-day period of Gallup Police Dept. incident calls September 8 - September 14

INCIDENT TYPE

NUMBER OF CALLS

INTOXICATED

305

WELFARE CHECK

241

TRAFFIC-RELATED

89

POLICE REQUEST

83

ALARM

50

DOMESTIC

50

LAW

46

ACCIDENTS

44

DISORDERLY SUBJECT

44

BATTERY

41

ROUTINE PATROL

39

LARCENY

23

All other calls including.

attempt to locate...

WEEKLY DWI REPORT

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Rachel Livingston
Sept. 4, 3:24 pm
DWI (Second)

A black pickup truck pulled up near the spot where McKinley County Sheriff’s Deputy Terence Willie was stationed and informed him that a Ford bearing a temporary license plate had almost struck him while traveling north on Highway 602.

Willie traveled on the highway and found a tan Ford Contour which fit the description parked alongside the road. He pulled over and met with Rachel Livingston, 52, of Gallup. She showed signs of being intoxicated and told Willie she did not have her vehicle documents with her.

Livingston then sped off from the scene and Willie followed her, turning onto Catapia Canyon Road, where Livingston’s...

Remembering 9/11

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Attacks 20 years ago shaped today’s FBI, its agents

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The morning of September 11, 2001 remains one of the most pivotal points in American history—and for the FBI. The ensuing investigation was the largest in the history of the Bureau. The attacks led to far-reaching changes in the organization as it elevated terrorism to the gravest threat against the U.S.

The attacks took the lives of nearly 3,000 people, and the crash sites represented the largest crime scene in FBI history.

Over the last 20 years, the Bureau evolved from an agency focused primarily on criminal offenses into an intelligence-based national security and law enforcement organization. Preventing...

The FBI 9/11 Toll By the Numbers

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Approximately 4,000 FBI employees responded to 9/11 sites.

About 1,000 current and former employees are registered for the World Trade Center Health Program or are in the process of registering.

At least 100 FBI employees have become sick as a result of illnesses incurred through work at or near 9/11 crash sites.

Seventeen employees have died from these illnesses.

Seventy percent of 9/11 responders have now retired from the FBI. The FBI continues to contact them to encourage them to register for the World Trade Center Health Program.

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