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Paying homage to Gallup’s north side

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‘NorthFest’ celebrates an old neighborhood’s roots

Bringing the cultures of the north side community together, UNM-G’s North Campus in collaboration with gallupARTS, Art123 Gallery, ATD Fourth World, and New Mexico Aging & Long-Term Services Department, held “NorthFest” Sept. 15.

The celebration was...

Rockin’ Life event rolls into Rio West Mall

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A community gathering that aims to create awareness to fight depression, suicide, and addiction – to support prevention and recovery and encourage expression through music, art and talent – took place at the Rio West Mall Sept. 14.

The 2nd Annual Rockin’ Life event, spearheaded by community liaison Watts Billie, showed the initiative by bringing the community together to showcase their hidden talents.

It was a song he heard on the radio that brought his ideas to life.

Not only music, but the available resources and programs that are out there to support individuals who are struggling with life.

“I thought about how music was my light in my darkest of days and how positive...

Police Activity Report

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In a relative slow week, the Sheriff’s Department wrote some 116 citations for the bulk of the law enforcement work. There were several warrants to serve as well, including nine for one man, all from Municipal Court.

GPD Warrants

Cordell Bahe (Magistrate Court), Erin Becenti (Municipal Court), Victoria A. Begay (Failure to Appear), Ronald Joseph Benner (Magistrate Court), Leroy Copi (Magistrate Court), Wendy K. Curley (District Court and Municipal Court), Dominic Garcia (Parole/Probation), Latanya Hoskie (Municipal Court), Rudy Martinez (Municipal Court), Derrick Mitchell (9 from Municipal Court), Scotty Kine Morgan (Magistrate Court), Chauntaey Saucedo (Fugitive from Justice), Dana...


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Manuel Ira Rodriguez-Warren

09.17.17, 02:54 am

DWI, 1st Offense

Gallup Police Department Officer Andrew Thayer saw a white van strike a traffic cone on south Boardman without stopping. Using his emergency lights, Officer Thayer  made a traffic stop on Rodriguez-Warren, 18. The suspect at first denied he had been drinking, but after the officer performed a quick eye test on him, he quickly admitted to having two to three beers. He also showed the police officer a marijuana grinder and a glass pipe with residue.

Officer Thayer read Roriguez-Warren the NM Implied Consent Advisory and he agreed to a breath test. He was transported to the Gallup Police Department  where...

Navajo man facing federal commercial robbery, firearms charges

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ALBUQUERQUE – A U.S. Magistrate Judge sitting in Albuquerque, N.M., found probable cause to support a criminal complaint charging Trevor David Littleman, 25, an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation with violating the Hobbs Act and federal firearms laws Sept. 20. Littleman remains in federal custody pending trial which has yet to be scheduled.

The criminal complaint alleges that on Sept. 8, Littleman robbed the Giants Gas Station and Convenience Store located on New Mexico State Road 371, Main Street in Crownpoint, N.M., at gunpoint.

Before departing from the store with packs of cigarettes and cash from the cash registers, Littleman allegedly fired one round of ammunition into the...
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