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FBI releases internet crime statistics

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Beginning in 2015, the Internet Crime Complaint Center forwarded multiple complaints to the FBI’s Houston Field Office regarding fraudulent offers of investment opportunities by perpetrators who impersonated U.S. bank officials and financial consultants over the internet and telephone. Victims in various countries...

Cibola teen arrested for grandmother’s murder

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CIBOLA COUNTY, N.M. — A Fence Lake woman found dead during the early morning hours of May 6 has been identified as Sharon Rankin.

Rankin’s grandson, Nikolas Sayers, 15, has been booked into Bernalillo County Juvenile Detention Center on one open count of murder, according to a news release issued by New Mexico State Police.

State Police responded to the call about a reported homicide at 1:45 am Sunday, and said it’s an “active homicide” investigation being spearheaded by the department’s Investigation Bureau.

Community gathers to remember Chris Cape

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Weekly Police Activity Report

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A wild pursuit

5/5, U. S. Highway 491

A McKinley County deputy engaged in a pursuit of a suspect who may have been involved in a domestic dispute in his car, traveling at speeds of close to 120 mph on U. S. Highway 491.

MCSO Dep. Frank Villa said the incident began about 4:45 pm. Villa was at the Gallup Flea Market on another matter when he said he saw a woman trying to get out of a vehicle and screaming.

Before she could get out, the car left at a high rate of speed northbound on State Highway 608. Villa went in pursuit as the vehicle got onto U.S. Highway 491, going at speeds of up to 100 mph as he wove in and out of traffic, going onto the shoulder to get around cars and...

Fence Lake grandmother murdered

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CIBOLA COUNTY, N.M. – A Fence Lake woman found dead during the early morning hours of May 6 has been identified as Sharon Rankin.

Rankin's 15-year-old grandson, Nikolas Sayers, 15, has been booked into Bernalillo County Juvenile Detention Center on one open count of murder, according to news release issued by New Mexico State Police.

State Police responded to the call about a reported homicide at 1:45 am Sunday, and said it's an "active homicide" investigation being spearheaded by the department's Investigation Bureau.

 

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