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Cimarron Girls, Springer Boys Take District 5A Basketball Championships

By Marty Mayfield

KRTN Multi-Media

Wow what a nail bitter it was as the Cimarron Lady Ram’s Jessica Pittman sinks the go ahead free throws with only four seconds left on the clock during the District 5A Championship ball game Monday night in Springer’s Sim Brown Gymnasium. 

The game never was a given as Springer took an early lead but never could maintain a solid lead as Cimarron came back time and time again to tie the ball game. Cimarron however wasn’t able to take a lead and maintain it more than a trip or two down the court. Shooting did haunt the Cimarron Lady Rams in the third quarter as they struggled to get the ball through the net. The girls were taking the shots but they just rolled around the rim and fell wide. 

These two teams had met a number of times this season with different outcomes each time. Both teams will now look to the state tourney and a trip to Albuquerque.

Patricia Le Doux, Cimarron Lady Rams

Patricia Le Doux, Cimarron Lady Rams

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach Thomas Ybarra, Springer Lady Red Devils

Coach Thomas Ybarra, Springer Lady Red Devils

 

 

Girls District 5A

 

 

 

 

 Championship Game

Cimarron 14  14  16  17  61

Springer  14  13  20  12  59

Cimarron High Point

Selena Rael 12  1 of 1 free throws

Jessica Pittman 28  7 of 11 free throws.

Free throws 10 of 20 attempts

Springer High Point

Kara Burton 22  6 of 9 free throws

Shania DeHerrara  12  

Free throws 13 of 26 attempts

 

It was a totally different game for the boys as Springer took an early lead and never looked back Monday evening in Sim Brown Gym in Springer as they hosted the Maxwell Bears for the District 5A championship game.

Coach Eloy Brazil told KRTN that the last time these two teams met Maxwell played a tough man to man defense which was the only way to keep the outside shooting down. Tonight they did the same but Springer was ready. What hurt the Bears were the turnovers according to coach Brazil. 

The Red Devils played a fast paced game putting the press to the Bears which helped to create the turnovers. Many of the turnovers resulted in scores which widened the spread to more than 35 points late in the game to put a running clock in effect. Springer lead the game 77-41 at the final buzzer to take their place as District 5A champions. Both teams will now look forward to moving on to the state tourney next week.

Maxwell Bears Head Coach Eloy Brazil

Maxwell Bears Head Coach Eloy Brazil

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maxwell  11  10   8  12  41

Springer 29  15  19  14  77

Maxwell High Point

Jeremiah Atencio 11  2 of 2 free throws

Free Throws 13 of 17 attempts

Springer High Point 

Anthony Romero 19  5 of 7 free throws

Estevan Romero 20 3 of 4 free throws 5 3-pointers

Free Throws 8 of 11 attempts

 

 

Amy Gonzales (23) and Katy Scott tangle for the ball early in the District 5A Championship game.

Amy Gonzales (23) and Katy Scott tangle for the ball early in the District 5A Championship game.

 

Jessica Pittman goes up for two of her 28 points on the evening.

Jessica Pittman goes up for two of her 28 points on the evening.

 

Jessica Pittman goes for the lay-up as Alicia Arias attempts the block during the District 5A championship game.

Jessica Pittman goes for the lay-up as Alicia Arias attempts the block during the District 5A championship game.

 

Kara Burton (12) takes the shot for two of her 22 points Monday evening during the District 5A Championship game.

Kara Burton (12) takes the shot for two of her 22 points Monday evening during the District 5A Championship game.

 

Jessica Pittman and Selena Rael congratulate each other after a last second win where Jessica sunk the go ahead free throws during the District 5A championship game

Jessica Pittman and Selena Rael congratulate each other after a last second win where Jessica sunk the go ahead free throws during the District 5A championship game

 

The District Runner ups Springer Lady Red Devils L to R Coach Thomas YBarra, Angelica Montoya, Katy Scott, Elena Maestas, Hannah burton, Kara Burton, Shania DeHerrara, Alicia Arias, Cassidy Kear,Coach Paul Cladwell

The District Runner ups Springer Lady Red Devils
L to R Coach Thomas YBarra, Angelica Montoya, Katy Scott, Elena Maestas, Hannah burton, Kara Burton, Shania DeHerrara, Alicia Arias, Cassidy Kear,Coach Paul Cladwell

 

Cimarron Lady Rams District 5A Champions  L to R Coach Ashley gonzales, Angel Garcia, Samantha Ogata, Mariah Vanderlei, Gentry Haukebo, Amy Gonzales, Selena Rael, Jessica Pittman, Veronica Farmer, Mary Ikes, Head Coach Patricia LeDoux

Cimarron Lady Rams District 5A Champions
L to R Coach Ashley gonzales, Angel Garcia, Samantha Ogata, Mariah Vanderlei, Gentry Haukebo, Amy Gonzales, Selena Rael, Jessica Pittman, Veronica Farmer, Mary Ikes, Head Coach Patricia LeDoux

 

Estevan Romero makes the block on Jeramiah Atencio during the District 5A basketball championship

Estevan Romero makes the block on Jeramiah Atencio during the District 5A basketball championship

 

Isaiah Garcia gets a hand on the ball as Devon Cruz goes up with the shot.

Isaiah Garcia gets a hand on the ball as Devon Cruz goes up with the shot.

 

Anthony Romero(20) grabs the ball as Devon Cruz (20) goes for the shot and Zac Caldwell tries for the block Monday evening

Anthony Romero(20) grabs the ball as Devon Cruz (20) goes for the shot and Zac Caldwell tries for the block Monday evening

 

Isaiah Garcia (24) takes the jumper as Aaron Salazar works for the block

Isaiah Garcia (24) takes the jumper as Aaron Salazar works for the block

 

Jacob Quintana gets up for the rebound as Jeramy Archuleta is out sized during the District 5A championship game

Jacob Quintana gets up for the rebound as Jeramy Archuleta is out sized during the District 5A championship game

 

The Maxwell Bears District 5A Runner Up L to R Thomas Mitchell, Andrew Archuleta, Tristen Chavez, Jeramy Archuleta, Jeramiah Atencio, Aaron Salazar, Carl Gonzales, Jacob Pacheco, Ricci Molina (kneeling)

The Maxwell Bears District 5A Runner Up
L to R Thomas Mitchell, Andrew Archuleta, Tristen Chavez, Jeramy Archuleta, Jeramiah Atencio, Aaron Salazar, Carl Gonzales, Jacob Pacheco, Ricci Molina (kneeling)

 

District 5A Champions Springer Red Devils Mgr Ivan Valdez,Brian Romero, Jacob Qunitana, Chris Wade, Zach Sanchez, Victor Blaubach, Isaiah Garcia, Zac Caldwell, Anthony Romero, Chris Casias, Brandon Frye, Uriel Urquijo, Estevan Romero, Ryan Gallegos   in front Mgr Audri Apodaca and Mgr Jeremiah Apodaca

District 5A Champions Springer Red Devils
Mgr Ivan Valdez,Brian Romero, Jacob Qunitana, Chris Wade, Zach Sanchez, Victor Blaubach, Isaiah Garcia, Zac Caldwell, Anthony Romero, Chris Casias, Brandon Frye, Uriel Urquijo, Estevan Romero, Ryan Gallegos in front Mgr Audri Apodaca and Mgr Jeremiah Apodaca

In Loving Memory of Samuel Patrick Encinias, Sr.

Samuel Patrick Encinias, Sr., age 69, died Friday, February 27, 2015, in Clayton, New Mexico. 

No services are scheduled at this time. 

Samuel Patrick Encinias, Sr. Was born on January 26, 1946 in Tucumcari, New Mexico to Jose Encinias and Marcella (Padilla) Encinias. He graduated from Tucumcari High School and joined the United States Air Force. Sam served twenty years in the US Air Force as a Tech Sergeant and Medic before he retired. After he retired he moved to Santa Fe where he lived until December of 2014 when he moved to Clayton to live with his daughter due to his health. Sam was preceded in death by his parents, a son; Robert Encinias, a brother; Paul Encinias and a grandson; Samuel Patrick Encinias, III. 

SURVIVORS: 

3 DAUGHTERS: Loretta Encinias of Clayton, New Mexico, Sarah Encinias of Norman, Oklahoma and Esperanza “Hope” Encinias. 

3 SONS: Samuel Patrick Encinias, Jr. and his wife Jane of Littleton, Colorado, Daniel Encinias of Norman, Oklahoma and Christopher Davis. 

1 SISTER: Gloria Beaza and her husband Johnny of Rio Rancho, New Mexico. 

2 BROTHERS: Jimmy Encinias and his wife Teresa of Clovis, New Mexico and Pete Encinias of Rio Rancho, New Mexico. 

8 Grandchildren 

3 Great-Grandchildren 

and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

In Loving Memory of Robert G. “Bob” Makloski Jr.

Robert G. Makloski Jr. Passed away in Pueblo, CO on Sunday, March 1, 2015. He was 66.

 

Bob, the first of eight children, was introduced to the world by his proud parents, Robert G. Makloski Sr. amd Mary Evelyn “Dottie” Makloski, on May 7, 1948.

 

He attended Holy Trinity Grade School and graduated from Trinidad High School.  He continued his education at Trinidad State Jr. College and received two AA Degrees in Electronics and Computer Maintenance.

 

Upon graduation, he was employed at Lawrence Livermore Laboratories in California.  During his time in California, he was able to play golf, through the Laboratory at Pebble Beach and Spy Glass Golf Courses, among others.  He was able to share this ultimate golfer dream with his father Bob, by inviting him to play with him on these courses.

 

When he returned to Trinidad with his family, he worked the family ranch in Aguilar, helped in the family video business and retired from the Colfax County Jail as a guard.

 

He pursued his hobby of genealogy , tracing his family roots, which were so important to hm.  He took  great pride in sharing a new find with everyone.

 

He will best be remembered for his delicious fudge and candy apples that he made with his nieces and nephews. 

 

Bob was preceded in death by his parents. Robert and ”Dottie” Makloski, sister Patricia Farris, nephew Scott Lenzotti, and grandparents, Charles and Elizabeth Makloski  and James and Anna McIlwee.

 

He is survived by sons Brian (Rachel) Makloski, and Tory (Carrie) Makloski, grandchildren, Kayla, Taylor, Angel Jo, Bayley, Riley, Brady and Joey.  He is also survived by brothers and sisters, Kathy (Lou) Lenzotti, Dick Makloski, Debbie (John) Sartori, Ray (Nina) Makloski, Laurie Makloski, and Jamie (Dean) Ferraro as well as numerous nieces, and nephews and great nieces and great nephews, who brought him great joy.

 

He loved working with people and was happiest when he was surrounded by his family

 

Uncle Bob will be truly missed by his “Angels”.

 

Rosary will be Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 7PM at Comi Chapel.

 

Funeral Mass will be Monday, March 9, 2015 at 10AM at Holy Trinity Church.

 

Private inurnment will be held at a later date.

 

Arrangements made under the direction of the Comi Funeral Home

 

Men Who Steal Goats. . .

Note:  KRTN does not usually print letters sent to us. However, the content and subject matter of this letter are vitally important to not only one Colfax County resident, but to all who care about the place in which we live. (See Updates at end of letter.)

LETTER TO THE DEAR KRTN LISTENERS

February 27, 2015

My niece, Holli Faulkner who lives with her husband Nathan on the tiny Faulkner Farm in Miami (just outside of Springer) is in a very serious medical state, due to the theft of her 7 precious pet goats, who simply vanished into thin air from their farm around February 10th.  Holli and Nathan have scoured their 40 acres every day for almost 3 weeks, and there is no sign of them, or any evidence that they were killed by predators.  Prominent ranchers and county officials believe they were taken.  Stolen.  Everyone is in shock that this could happen in peaceful Miami, New Mexico.

I am writing this letter, because my niece Holli is incapable of dealing with the loss of these goats who she bottle-fed as babies.  Holli suffers from a brain aneurysm injury, along with a separate equally serious brain trauma that causes her to vomit uncontrollably for days when she is stressed, when she is in pain, when she is suffering emotionally like she is with the loss of these goats.  Nevertheless, she has been outside day and night, in blinding snow searching and calling for these goats.  She cannot be comforted.  I want to write this letter to plead to anyone who knows who took the goats, or where they are, or how we can retrieve them – hopefully reaching the goat thieves themselves, in order to beg them to return the goats before my niece is lost forever.  

I want those who took them to know that Holli has suffered great loss.  In the prime of her life, she has lost her health, she has lost her career as a registered veterinary technician, she has lost her mother, Joni Scott, the world’s greatest advocate for animals, and very recently Holli miscarried a 7-month old stillborn baby girl.  The loss of the goats is too much.  Way too much.  

Please contact the cell numbers below with information, or simply drop the goats off in a safe place and we will pick them up – no questions, no charges.  Please have mercy and do the right thing.  Do it soon, please.  And if they are no longer living, please tell us, so that Holli and Nathan can have closure.

Thank you.

Kaye Scott Helm (Holli’s aunt, Springer native)
512-905-7464 (Nathan Faulkner)
480-244-5818 (Kaye)

Updates from Kaye Scott Helm:

3/15/15: Dear Billy D and our friends at KRTN:

Holli wanted me to write you a note to thank you for all the unexpected blessings your announcement of “Holli’s Missing Goats” has brought into her life.  While we had all hoped to learn of the fate of the goats, none of us in our wildest dreams imagined what would transpire.  No, Holli and Nathan have not learned anything about the missing goats, but what they have learned has proven to be far more valuable.  They have learned about human compassion, generosity and the kindness of friends and strangers.  First complete strangers from Raton offered their own precious goats, Marigold and Buttercup.  Last week a friend offered Holli a bottle-baby.  Then generous Miami and Springer neighbors “from near and far” joined together to give them money they can use for their new goats.  These acts have humbled Holli and Nathan with gratitude that’s hard for them to express in words.  Heartfelt thanks go to:

Paula and JR, Terri, Lisa and R.W. Hampton, Keith Walters, Jeff Anslinger, Susan Potter, Kelly and Ted Lyster, Debbie Sauble and several others who wished to remain anonymous.

You people are unbelievable.  But I know that’s how it is in a small community.  You can leave – you can come home.  You may recognize faces from years past – or sadly you may not.  But one thing for sure.  You will always be family.

Thank you on behalf of Holli, Nathan and the Scott Family.  God Bless you all.  And thank you KRTN for caring so much about the welfare of your community. 

Kaye Scott Helm

 

3/3/15: You can’t know how much your sharing my letter has meant to this family – to my Holli.  Your Website is just great, and I love how you opened the story – people should care about the place in which they live. And by golly people do.  Tonight a lady named Paula called to offer Holli her two Nigerian dwarf goats – Marigold and Buttercup.  Holli is overjoyed to say the least.  It is just so heartwarming to know people care about people and can are willing to give up their own precious pet goats to someone they felt needed them more.

I’ll keep you posted but couldn’t go to bed tonight without saying Thank You and God Bless You for all you do and have done. 
 
Gratefully,
Kaye Scott Helm

 

Raton Police Blotter~ March 2015

March 31, 2015

  

ARRESTS:

Jarrod L. Sandoval: (38) Arrest Warrant/trafficking/distribution of controlled substance/tampering with evidence/possession of controlled substance (2counts) possession of drug paraphernalia

Michael R. Rankin: (52) Bench Warrant /failure to appear

Pedro Hinojos-Esparza: (46) Aggravated DWI (4th offense)/ reckless driving

 

CITATIONS:

Michael Vigil: expired registration

Stephanie Tapia: suspended license

Pedro Hinojos-Esparza: driver to be licensed/reckless driving/no proof of insurance and immediate notice (leaving scene of accident)

 

INCIDENTS:

Shoplifting

Criminal trespass 

 

March 30, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Angel L. Acevedo: (29) Arrest Warrant/possession of meth and drug paraphernalia

Blair Esquibel: (39) Aggravated DWI (3rd offense) driving while license suspended/revoked

Dylan Muse: (20) Bench Warrant/failure to pay fines /possession of controlled substance 

Adam D. Steen: (33) Bench Warrant / failure to appear

Nicohll J. Sanchez: (34) Bench Warrant/ failure to pay

 

CITATIONS:

Nicholl J. Sanchez: assault

Gregory Lunn: no proof of insurance /driver to be licensed

Samantha Stockton: driver to be licensed

Traci Nichols: child restraint

Crystal Nance: driver to be licensed /expired registration

James N. Martinez: stop sign violation

Michael Stealey: speeding

Jose Ortiz: speeding

Rebecca Gallegos: speeding

 

INCIDENTS:

Shoplifting

Criminal trespass

Assault

Larceny

Burglary (Commercial) 500 block of Clayton road 

 

March 27, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Stephen J. Draper Jr.: (37) Two Bench Warrants /failure to appear

 

CITATIONS:

Ronnie Gonzales: dog at large

Deborah Archuleta: stop sign violation

Robin Mendez: driver to be licensed 

 

March 26, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

John M. Saenz: (30) driving while license suspended/revoked

Patricia Mares: (33) Arrest Warrant for trafficking/possession of controlled substance/tampering with evidence/ possession of drug paraphernalia/possession of marijuana

 

CITATIONS:

Patricia Mares: driver to be licensed

Julie Martinez: driver to be licensed

Domenique Barela: no proof of insurance /child restraint violation 

 

March 25, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Jason Tarnacki: (32) Arrest Order /status/supervision/ reporting

Michael J. Romero: (28) aggravated stalking/battery against household member and a Restraining Order Violation  

Steven R. Hernandez: (21) Arrest Order/drugs

 

CITATIONS:

Traci Nichols: red light violation

Michael Vigil: expired registration

Dion Aguilar: failure to signal

 

INCIDENTS:

Criminal damage to property 

 

March 24, 2015
 

ARRESTS 

None

  

INCIDENTS

None

 

TRAFFIC CITATIONS

Seth Brower                         no insurance

Rhiannon Barela                   speeding 42/35

Joseph Dilisio                      no registration & no insurance

Adrian Duran                       driver to be licensed

Alexandra Flores                 speeding 34/25

Franklin Garcia                    speeding 44/35 & no insurance

Kelly Gonzales                    speeding 53/45

Stephen Lanier                    obstructed view & no insurance

Julia Rael                           speeding 36/25

Carolyn Trujillo                    speeding 35/25

Johnny Vigil                        driver to be licensed

 

March 23, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Patrick Lino Hernandez: (40) Bench Warrant/failure to pay

David K. Bird: (36) Fugitive Warrant-El Paso County/Colorado Springs Co. /larceny 

Augustine P. Martinez: (25) Bench Warrant/failure to appear

Adrian Hernandez: (20) Bench Warrant/failure to comply with conditions of the court

Vinnie Joe Garcia: (21) Bench Warrant/failure to pay fines

James J. Lucero: (23) possession of controlled substance/tampering with evidence/resisting evading/obstructing an officer (3 counts)

Shannon R. Portillos: (36) Two Bench Warrants both for failure to pay fines

 

CITATIONS:

Brittany Romero: dog at large (2counts) vicious animal and

no city dog tags (2counts)

De De Earle: no city dog tags (2counts)

David B. Reed: panhandling/loitering

Tony M. Berardi: loitering

Jordan N. Alarid-Mendez: possession of drug paraphernalia /

possession of controlled substance (marijuana)

Ralph Martinez: stop/yield intersection

Vera Cruz: no proof of insurance

Gary Sanchez: driver to be licensed

Brandon Zatfanti: speeding

Bradley Rodriguez: operator to be licensed /no proof of insurance and expired registration

Jacob Fleming: speeding

Stefan Varela: speeding/ no proof of insurance

 

INCIDENTS:

breaking and entering

fraud

 

March 20, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Juan D. Castillo: (22) Arrest Order/ reporting /status

Thomas Vargas: (38) Bench Warrant / failure to pay fines

 

CITATIONS:

Nash Esquivel: no city dog tags (2 counts) dog at large (2counts)

George Romero: driver to be licensed /approaching intersection/no proof of insurance

Brian Archuleta: no proof registration /invalid-suspended license

Raquel Tafoya: no proof of insurance 

 

March 19, 2015

 

CITATIONS:

Merissa Mares: license invalid/suspended

Rebecca Heidt: stop sign violation

Cynthia Lopez: driver to be licensed

Mark McDonald: expired registration 

 

March 18, 2015

  

ARRESTS:

Levi Martinez: (33) Arrest Warrant / aggravated battery 

William B. Muniz: (43) Union County Clayton Bench Warrant/ failure to appear to court

 

CITATIONS:

Sam Martinez: no proof of insurance

Lauren Romero: no proof of insurance

Dominique Barela: speeding

Georjeana Rose: speeding

Vanessa Sanchez: no proof of insurance

David Ortiz: failure to stop (flashing light school zone)

Dionicio Jojola: speeding

Richard K. Barela III: speeding/valid registration/ no proof of insurance

Meagan Trantham: driver to be licensed/ no proof of insurance

 

 

INCIDENTS:

Burglary (vehicle)

 

March 17, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

James K. Muse: (53) Arrest Order / drugs

Lorenzo I. Lucero: (30) Arrest Order /drugs 

Sandy C. Sandoval: (34) Bench Warrant/failure to comply with conditions of probation

Jarrod L. Sandoval: (38) battery against household member/criminal damage of household member/interference with communication

 

CITATIONS:

Bernie Salazar: no city dog tags / dog at large

Adam Raymond: aggravated battery

James M. Lucero: aggravated battery

Robert Mcanally: driver to be licensed

Mariah Vigil: no proof of insurance

 

INCIDENTS:

larceny (residential)

burglary (vehicle)

aggravated battery

 

 

March 16, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Michael Paul Vigil: (19) Bench Warrant / failure to appear

Jesus Manuel Perez: (35) Bench Warrant / failure to pay fines

Benito L. Chavez Jr.: (41) Bench Warrant x 3 (Cimarron) failure to appear, Bench Warrant (Springer) failure to pay fines, Colfax County DWI Program (Springer), failure to comply with probation conditions

 

CITATIONS:

Michael Muniz: speeding

Erika Montoya: no proof of insurance

Stefan Varela: expired license

Christopher Sanchez: suspended license

Sandy Sandoval: invalid suspended license

Christina Romero: suspended license

Alex Grano: operator to be licensed

Stephanie Jansen: stop sign violation

Jacoby Stevens: expired tags

 

INCIDENTS:

Burglary (commercial) 1200 block of South 2nd

 

March 13, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Christopher J. Gonzales: (28)  Arrest Warrant/trafficking (2 counts) possession of controlled substance (2 counts) /tampering with evidence (2 counts) possession of drug paraphernalia, Arrest Warrant/receiving or transferring stolen motor vehicles conspiracy to commit receiving or transferring stolen motor vehicles /tampering with evidence

Joanna Martinez: (18) Bench Warrant/failure to comply with conditions of HRDA program

Stephen Lanier: (39) Bench Warrant /failure to pay fines

George Martinez: (31) Bench Warrant / failure to appear

 

CITATIONS:

Christine Sanchez: no city dog tags

George Romero-Martinez: driver to be licensed

Trisha Rife: driver to be licensed/ no proof of insurance

 

 

March 12, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Kelton Gutierrez: (19) contributing to the delinquency of minor

 

CITATIONS:

Zachariah A. Archuleta: possession of drug paraphernalia

Elisha Martinez: no proof of insurance

Trisha Rife: seatbelt violation

 

 

March 11

 

ARRESTS 

Helen Butch (47)       probation violation – drugs

 

CITATIONS

David Casados           speeding 38/30

Trevor Colangelo         speeding 32/25

Mark Crotinger            failure to stop at flashing red light

James McCord           failure to immediately report accident

Melody Krause           6 citations for vicious animals & 6 citations for dogs at large                         

  

 

March 10, 2015

 

TRAFFIC CITATIONS:

Elisha Martinez:  speeding 32/25 & no insurance

Jacque Peppin-Osborn:  expired tags & no insurance

Shawn Smart:  no insurance 

 

March 9, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Savanna Chavez: (20) Bench Warrant/failure to appear

Bobby Alfred Sisneros: (36) Arrest Warrant/larceny/burglary of a dwelling house/criminal damage to property

Alan T. Martinez: (43) Arrest Order (44) drugs

Justin Dell Whetstone: (42) Abuse of a Child/Aggravated DWI (1st offense)

Merissa J. Mares: (21) possession of controlled substance/tampering with evidence/possession of drug paraphernalia  Two Bench Warrants/failure to appear

Johnny Abraham Vigil: (30) possession of controlled substance/tampering with evidence/ possession of drug paraphernalia

Tony Benavidez: (32) disorderly conduct

 

INCIDENTS:

larceny

 

CITATIONS:

William Tadlock Jr.: driver to be licensed

Ernest Rose: speeding/no proof of insurance/expired registration

Jerry Armijo: no proof of insurance

Richard Marquez: seatbelt violation

Rafel Maso: red light violation (school zone) /driver to be licensed /no proof of insurance

Traci Nichols: seatbelt violation /no proof of insurance

Joe Valdez: no proof of insurance

Michael Romero: stop sign violation

Nickalus Price: seatbelt violation

Brad Lanier: no proof of insurance /equipment violation (windshield)

Shania Sanchez: no proof of insurance 

 

March 6, 2015

 

CITATIONS:

 

Leroy Sandoval: no proof of insurance

Stephen Brad Lanier: no proof of insurance /obstructed view

Patricia Mares: driver to be licensed/no proof of insurance/open container 

Vernon Edwards:  invalid suspended license / no proof of insurance

 

 

March 5, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Trevor Hanning: (22) Three Bench Warrants out of Bernalillo, burglary of motor vehicle/ receiving or transferring stolen motor vehicles (2 warrants)

Antonio Garcia: (40) Arrest Order failure to report

Kenneth Segura: (24) Bench Warrant/breaking and entering

Louis Duran: (23) Bench Warrant /criminal damage to propertY 

David Licon: (22) Bench Warrant / possession of controlled substance

 

CITATIONS:

Jason Bernal: expired registration

 

March 4, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Marina Leah Quintana: (48) Arrest Order/drugs

Preston Royce Reno: (36) Arrest Order / drugs

James A. Winchester: (39) possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia

Steven R. Hernandez: (21) Arrest Order /drugs

Charlene Sandoval: (25) Bench Warrant/failure to appear

 

INCIDENTS:

Criminal damage to property

 

CITATIONS:

Jessica Sanchez: no city dog tags 

 

March 3, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Holli Lampro: (31) Arrest Warrant: resisting/evading/obstructing and officer

 

CITATIONS:

Brade Foreman: suspended license/ no proof of insurance

Danny Johnson: no proof of insurance

Jerry Aragon: no proof of insurance

Laurie Martinez: seatbelt violation

Amanda Ramirez: no valid driver’s license 

 

March 2, 2015

 

ARRESTS:

Nash A. Esquivel Jr.: (42) Bench Warrant / failure to appear 

Daniel Vern Vigil: (19) Three Bench Warrants/failure to pay fines

 

INCIDENTS:

Larceny

Criminal damage to property

Burglary residential (1100 block Whittier)

Burglary residential (1300 block Brilliant)

 

CITATIONS:

Lanette Jacobs: stop sign violation

Matthew Duran: driver to be licensed / no proof of insurance

Sandra Benavidez: invalid/suspended license

Johnny Vigil: no proof of insurance

Daniel Delgado: expired registration

Luis Delgado: no proof of insurance