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FBI seeks woman who robbed ABQ bank one year ago

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Staff Reports

On October 27, 2015, between approximately 12:30 pm and 1 pm., an unknown female robbed the Bank of Albuquerque branch located at 4201 Wyoming Boulevard NE in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The FBI and Albuquerque Police Department are still looking for her.

Anyone with information about this robbery is asked to...

Jail: Credit-card schemers still jailed, one released

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Two of the people involved in the fraudulent use of a dead woman’s credit card remained jailed at the McKinley County Adult Detention Center Nov. 3 and a third was released Nov. 2 on bond, according to jail records.

Bryan Burrola, 40, remained behind bars on a $15,000 bond amount, jail record show. Seferino Griego, 38, arrested Oct. 29 on fraudulent acts by merchants (more than $500 and less than $2,500) and tampering with evidence charges, was jailed on a $10,000 cash-only bond and remains incarcerated. Griego possesses a long criminal record that contains numerous drug arrests.

Amy Lucero, 36, was arrested along with Burrola on Oct. 19. Lucero, the girlfriend of Burrola...

Weekly Crime Blotter

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10/28, GALLUP

At about 1:35 am, Randy C. Chee, 23, allegedly tried to fight with people and punch a security guard at the Sports Page, 1400 S. Second St., according to GPD Officer Douglas Hoffman’s report on the matter.

Hoffman wrote that, at the scene, Chee walked toward police, angry at the female who was helping him walk, as he was very drunk. Chee cursed profanities at the officers, according to the report, and made verbal threats.

Apparently, around this time, Chee got into his car and continued to threaten officers, who tried to get him out of the vehicle. According to Hoffman’s report, Chee became “more and more violent” and was taken to...

Gallup car bandits released from jail

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Two area people caught driving a stolen vehicle were arrested and later released on their own recognizance from the McKinley County Adult Detention Center, records show.

Beverly Begay, 49, of Ganado, and Winfred Nelson, 45, of Gallup, were taken into custody Oct. 15 on receiving or transferring stolen vehicle charges. Begay was charged with DWI, not being in possession of a valid driver’s license, and possessing an open container of alcohol inside of a vehicle.

Gallup Police Department Officer Chaz Troncoso pulled Begay and Nelson over at the American Heritage Plaza along U.S. 491 on a possible stolen vehicle check. The two were behind the wheel of a late model silver Jeep Patriot...

DWI driver hits chopper, jailed

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A Gallup man remained jailed at the McKinley County Adult Detention Center Oct. 27 on aggravated DWI; accident involving a damaged vehicle; and consuming and possessing alcohol in a motor vehicle charges, according to a police report.

Glenn Livingston, 27, sped through an accident scene at about 2 am on Oct. 24, severely damaging a Gallup Med Flight helicopter and rear-ended a fire and rescue mobile unit, Deputy Christopher Tsosie of the McKinley County Sheriff’s Office wrote in a police report on the matter.

Tsosie noted that Livingston was driving southbound in an SUV at a high rate of speed along N.M. 566, near mile-marker 5. Livingston went through a barricade and hit the left...

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