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Black-masked suspect robs gas station

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Weapon looked like shotgun

The McKinley County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an Oct. 15 armed robbery of a gas station in Thoreau.

Deputy Johnson Lee said he was dispatched to the Giant Station in Thoreau just after midnight because of an alarm going off at the business. As Lee was driving there, Metro Dispatch...

Weekly Police Activity Reports

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9/29, Gallup

GPD Officer Joe Roanhorse investigated a reported assault on a 16-year-old Gallup boy on Sept. 29.

The boy returned home about 5 pm and said he was walking home from a friend’s house in the Indian Hills section of town when three adults who appeared to be intoxicated attacked him and hit him several times near Olivia Park.

The juvenile had dried blood on his face, his checks were swollen and there was a laceration on his left cheek. He told Roanhorse he had not been drinking.

He was taken to the hospital and when Roanhorse later visited him there, he was reportedly told by doctors that the youth was found to have been drinking. His parents told Roanhorse...

Man arrested for aggravated battery of elder

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A Prewitt man was arrested for aggravated battery at the Gallup Flea Market after he reportedly began to act strangely and then, for no apparent reason, walked up to an elderly woman and shoved her to the ground.

The McKinley County Sheriff’s Office said Milton Cornfield, 59, was detained by a security guard until police arrived.

Witnesses told deputies they observed Cornfield sitting at a table at the flea market at about noon. They said he was intoxicated, talking to himself and cussing, according to a police report.

After a few minutes, Cornfield reportedly got up and walked to the serving line, where he shoved an elderly woman on the shoulder, which caused her to collide with the...


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Nora Bahe
Oct. 12, 11:36 pm
Aggravated DWI

McKinley County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Johnson Lee was dispatch to a residence in Yah-ta-hey in connection with a report of a woman yelling.

When he arrived at the location, he met with a woman who said the yeller was her sister-in-law, Nora Bahe, 33, of Yah-ta-hey, who she said had left in her car while intoxicated.

The woman described the car Bahe was driving and Lee said he met up with another deputy to make plans to look for her. But as they were talking, Lee said he saw a car approaching that matched the description of the one Bahe was driving.

The car reportedly parked behind the police unit and the driver admitted she was Bahe...

UPDATE: Cali Victoria Toye has been located

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RAMAH - The New Mexico State Police sought the public's assistance in locating Cali Victoria Toye. As of Oct. 15, she had been located.

Original poste below:

Toye is a 17-year-old female, 5’7” inches tall, weighing 137 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. She was last seen on Oct. 12 wearing dark gray spandex pants with gray and black Under Armor high top shoes.  She is possibly with eighteen-year-old Jerdarius Raphaelito. It is unknown where Toye may be headed or if she is in a vehicle or not.

Anyone with any information on the whereabouts of Cali Victoria Toye should call the New Mexico State Police at (505) 841-9256 option 3.

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