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6/12, Gallup

GDP Officer John Gonzales was dispatched to Burger King, 2400 E. Historic Hwy 66, in reference to a vehicle break-in. Mario Gordon was found seated in a black Ford Expedition bearing Arizona plates and a broken window. There was a rock on the ground. Gordon, 27, was arrested on...

Mentmore man jailed on breaking-and-entering, evasion charges

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A Mentmore man remained behind bars June 16 after arrested on charges of breaking and entering; criminal damage to property; resisting; and evading or obstructing an officer, according to a police report.

Officer Chavo Chischilly of the Gallup Police Department wrote in a report that Marcus Spencer, 26, was the sole suspect in several downtown break-ins that began several minutes after 1 am on June 14.

Chischilly initially responded to an alarm at Richardson’s on Historic Highway 66, and ended up responding to broken glass reports at Wells Fargo (300 W. Aztec Ave.), Gallup Custom Tinting Inc. (110 S. Third St.), and The Rex Museum on Highway 66. A vehicle was also damaged.



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The legal limit is .08.

Gilbert Hannaweeke-Lamy

May 27, 1:53 am

3rd DWI, Aggravated

Working the DWI Task Force Patrol, MCSO Inv. Merle Bates received a radio call about a drunk driver. Bates noticed a dark truck southbound on Hwy 491 near Coal Basin Road. The suspect vehicle pulled off into the Dairy Queen lot, 1050 N. Hwy 491. When he arrived at the car, Bates noticed the smell of alcohol coming from the window.

Hannaweeke-Lamy, 41, slurred his speech, had bloodshot, watery eyes, and the car had two open containers inside. Hannaweeke-Lamy failed field sobriety testing and blew a .17 and .18 during the breath tests.

Drew Lonetree

May 25, 5:26 pm

DWI, Aggravated


Second St. Allsup’s robbed in broad daylight

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GPD: Suspect brandished a gun

A masked man robbed the Second Street Allsup’s gas station and convenience store June 1 and got away with $75.83, according to a police report.

Officer Anthony Seciwa of the Gallup Police Department wrote that an unknown male approached a store clerk at about 2:40 pm and demanded cash. The suspect was described in the report as thin, about 5-feet-5-inches tall and weighing approximately 140 pounds. The suspect was wearing a black hoodie and pants, a silver “SCREAM” Halloween mask; he brandished a black-colored handgun, and was wearing black gloves, the police report stated.

“[A female clerk] walked inside the store while the man followed,”...

Gamerco female busted for possession of “G”

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Tandreka Anderson jailed on $5K bond

A Gamerco female remained incarcerated June 7 after deputies with the McKinley County Sheriff’s Office discovered illegal drugs hidden within her clothing during a traffic stop. A false name given to the arresting officer got the suspect in even more hot water, according to a police report on the matter.

Steve Silversmith, warden at the McKinley County Adult Detention Center, said Tandreka Anderson was jailed May 31 on a $5,000 cash-only bond.

What happened?

McKinley County Sheriff’s Deputy Arnold Noriega wrote in a police report that Anderson, 26, was pulled over in a car driven by Aqualino Lopez. Both Anderson and Lopez are area residents...

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