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Driver arrested in double fatal hit and run

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New Mexico State Police have arrested the driver of a semi who allegedly hit a woman and her infant at I-40 eastbound, west of Gallup, near mile marker 15 at approximately 9:30 p.m. Jan. 19 and left the scene.

Jagjeet Singh was located Jan. 20 after a call was broadcast to all state and local law enforcement agencies. A...

WEEKLY DWI REPORT

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Raulson Livingston

Dec. 10, 10:37 p.m.

Aggravated DWI

Gallup

An Arizona man was pulled over on Dec. 10 for driving over 70 miles per hour, well over the speed limit, according to deputies.

Raulson Livingston, 25, of Chinle, Ariz., told a deputy he was going to Walmart just after getting off work, but the officer noticed the man had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. Livingston could not keep upright when he was asked to get out of the vehicle and also dropped his wallet.

Livingston told the deputy he had perhaps 12 to 14 ounces of Coors Light. The officer asked him to perform a variety of field sobriety tests.

At around 10:51 p.m., Livingston was arrested. Even though he did not...

Perpetrators caught in El Rancho shooting

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Around 6:30 pm on Dec. 30, Gallup police officers in the area of the El Rancho Hotel heard the sound of numerous gunshots.

They saw a man reloading a firearm and ordered him onto the ground, where he was handcuffed. They determined that he had been shot in his right torso and they began rendering medical aid.

On further investigation, they determined the man they handcuffed had been firing at two people in the parking lot of the hotel.

Those two people were also armed and returned fire.

Before officers could determine their involvement, the two entered a white newer-model extended cab Toyota Tundra and fled the scene.

On Jan. 6, Gallup Police Capt. Erin Toadlena-Pablo told the...

Wash. neo-Nazi sentenced for threats against Jews

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A member of the neo-Nazis was sentenced Dec. 9 by a federal judge in Wash. State for using intimidation and threats against journalists and others who were working to expose anti-Semitism.

Johnny Roman Garza, 21, a member of the Neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division, received almost a year and a half in prison, plus three years of supervised release for admitting to targeting his victims via an encrypted chat line before stalking one of them and using threats with a homemade poster.

According to the Department of Justice’s news release, on Jan. 25, Garza went to the home of an unnamed Jewish journalist and put up a poster containing the victim’s name and address, warning “Your...

Shooting at El Rancho Hotel

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Around 6:30 pm on Dec. 30, Gallup police officers in the area of the El Rancho Hotel heard the sound of numerous gunshots.

They saw a man reloading a firearm and ordered him onto the ground, where he was handcuffed. They determined that he had been shot in his right torso and they began rendering medical aid.

On further investigation, they determined the man they handcuffed had been firing at two people in the parking lot of the hotel.

Those two people were also armed and returned fire.

Before officers could determine their involvement, the two entered a white newer-model extended cab Toyota Tundra and fled the scene.

The man who was shot in the torso was taken to a local hospital in...

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