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Alleged child sex abuser absconds from pre-trial release

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FBI asking for public’s help locating man

ALBUQUERQUE – A man charged federally with aggravated sexual abuse is being sought for allegedly absconding from pre-trial release in Albuquerque.

Jan Jay Moolenijzer’s last known location was Tucson, Ariz.

The FBI arrested Moolenijzer in Albuquerque on Sept. 8, 2018, after...

Weekly Police Activity Reports

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MONEY THIEF

Gallup, Aug. 1

Pamela Patterson, of Gallup, reported to police that she was robbed of $100 while she was shopping at Albertsons.

She said she was at the counter at about 1 pm getting ready to pay for her purchases when it happened. She said she had $400 and was preparing to pay, when she dropped her money.

She went to pick it up, but when she counted it, she only had $300. She reported that an African-American man was standing next to her at the counter. When she found out she was $100 short,  she looked around and saw the man walking away quickly.

She convinced management to allow her to view video taken during that time. She said she saw the man pick something up...

String of robberies plague Gallup

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Gallup police are investigating reports of several break-ins that occurred in the area on July 31 and Aug. 1.

On July 31, Roger Lewis, who lives on the 2500 block of East Aztec Avenue, reported a shed and a truck he owned had been broken into.

Entry to the shed had been made by breaking the front door lock. A pickup in the driveway had also been rummaged through. The door had been unlocked.

At the time of the report, Lewis said he did not know if anything had been stolen.

The police received another report July 31 from Cammish Chischilly, who was visiting from Las Cruces.

She said her car was parked across from Goodfellas Sports Lounge when someone broke one of the windows. She said...

String of robberies plague Gallup

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Gallup police are investigating reports of several break-ins that occurred in the area on July 31 and Aug. 1.

On July 31, Roger Lewis, who lives on the 2500 block of East Aztec Avenue, reported a shed and a truck he owned had been broken into.

Entry to the shed had been made by breaking the front door lock. A pickup in the driveway had also been rummaged through. The door had been unlocked.

At the time of the report, Lewis said he did not know if anything had been stolen.

The police received another report July 31 from Cammish Chischilly, who was visiting from Las Cruces.

She said her car was parked across from Goodfellas Sports Lounge when someone broke one of the windows. She said...

WEEKLY DWI REPORT

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Ja’maurice Comeraux
Aug. 11, 2:00 am
Aggravated DWI

McKinley County Deputy Frank Villa Jr. said he was on regular patrol going southbound on U.S. Highway 491 approaching Maloney Avenue when he saw a car being driven erratically.

He said the car appeared to make a turn onto Maloney Avenue, but instead it began traveling southbound in the northbound lanes on Munoz Overpass. As he pursued it, Villa said he saw it enter the westbound lane of Interstate 40 going the opposite direction.

He went on the eastbound lane to warn oncoming traffic that a car was driving the wrong way, but as he did, he saw the car turn around and start driving in Munoz again. He said he found a break in the...

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