This update names the officer involved and what led up to the shooting.
Albuquerque, NM – On January 21, 2020, a Multi-Agency Task Force which was led by the New Mexico State Police was called to investigate a police shooting on Interstate 25 northbound, near mile marker 231 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
At approximately 10:00 a.m., New Mexico State Police Sergeant Joshua Perea who was assigned to the traffic safety operation in Albuquerque, conducted a welfare check on a blue Jeep Cherokee that was parked on the shoulder of Interstate 25 northbound, near mile marker 231. As Sgt. Perea checked on the Jeep Cherokee, he was contacted via radio by a State Police Officer who was traveling north on Interstate 25 near his location of a male walking towards him with a handgun. The male was identified as Roman Craig (26) of Albuquerque, NM. Sergeant Perea observed Craig walking towards him holding a gun and gave Craig commands to drop the handgun which he ignored. Sergeant Perea drew his department issued handgun and continued to give Craig commands to drop the handgun. Craig raised the handgun andpointed it towards Sergeant Perea. At that time, Sergeant Perea fired once towards Craig, striking him. Craig fell to the ground and he was taken into custody. Emergency aid was rendered to Craig on scene. He was transported by emergency personnel to the University of New Mexico Hospital where he was treated for his injuries.
Upon Craig’s release from the hospital, he was booked into the Bernalillo County Metro Detention Center for Aggravated Assault upon a Peace Officer with a Deadly Weapon.
Sergeant Perea was placed on standard administrative leave. Sergeant Perea has a total of 21 years of Law Enforcement experience. Sergeant Perea has been with the New Mexico State Police for approximately 12 years and 11 months. Prior to New Mexico State Police he worked for the Los Lunas Police Department for 9 years. He is currently stationed in Albuquerque. Upon completion of the investigation, the case will be forwarded to an assigned district attorney’s office for review. No other information is available.
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CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) — Three people were injured in an early Sunday morning shooting in a neighborhood in Clovis, New Mexico, police said.
The Clovis Police Department said in a statement that officers found two 21-year-old men and a 19-year-old man who had been shot just after 3 a.m. after receiving a call about gunshots.
Two of the men were taken to a hospital in Lubbock, Texas for their injuries. The third was taken to a Clovis hospital.
Officers are asking anyone with more information to contact police.
During the Donald Trump impeachment trial the managers from the United States Congress are submitting and requesting vital and relevant evidence to be presented to the public and to be heard regarding the impeachment of Donald Trump. The Senate, which seems to be biased against all things the congressional managers are requesting, is voting down anything and everything that has to do with evidence that would find Donald Trump Guilty;This is the end of the American system of checks and balances and the integrity of the America system of government. By protecting the president, republican senators in the Senate Are paving the way for American to become and oligarch. Long gone are the days of ” no one being above the law” and “anyone can become president if they work hard” . Because trump has successfully seduced half the country and has seduced the republican side of the United States Senate, he can now do whatever ever he likes, what this means is your rights and the great idea of what America should be , has just died tonight.
Santa Fe, NM—-Attorney General Balderas today joined a coalition of 20 attorneys general in filing a comment letter to protect the rights of asylum-seekers. Under a new interim final rule, the Trump Administration is effectively attempting to ignore asylum claims by sending people, many of whom are fleeing violence and persecution, to third countries that have signed asylum cooperative agreements with the federal government. The rule, which went into immediate effect, will block states from welcoming asylum-seekers who make significant cultural and economic contributions to communities across the country and threatens to tear families apart.
“We have a humanitarian obligation to help and protect families fleeing from violence and political corruption
in other countries, and the Trump administration’s latest attempt to turn its back on these vulnerable people is
un-American and cruel,” said Attorney General Balderas. “We will continue to fight for those without a voice
and to stop these horrific policies.”
Giving asylum-seekers a safe haven from persecution is an essential value of the United States. In contrast, the Trump Administration’s interim final rule harms thousands of already vulnerable individuals by barring them from seeking protection in the United States and forcing them into dangerous circumstances in third countries that are not equipped to handle their claims. Currently, Guatemala is the only country where an asylum cooperative agreement is officially in effect. However, Guatemala has insufficient staff to handle humanitarian claims. There are only 12 officials working on asylum cases in the entire country, and only three of them are tasked with interviewing applicants. The federal government has already announced agreements with Honduras and El Salvador and under the interim final rule this process could apply to those countries and any other country other than Canada that signs an asylum cooperative agreement with the United States. Disturbingly, the rule provides no safeguards against family separation. In fact, it has no requirement that families who arrived together in the United States be removed to the same country, raising the specter of additional trauma that could have significant health consequences for families and children.
Under the rule, asylum-seekers will be subjected to an additional screening to determine if they should be barred from applying for asylum in the United States. During the screening, asylum-seekers must affirmatively state a fear of persecution or torture in another country that has signed an asylum cooperative agreement. However, asylum-seekers will only receive a written notice of this condition and nothing in the new regulation requires the federal government to provide notice in a language the asylum-seeker can actually read and understand. For individuals who are fleeing violence and traveling on foot for thousands of miles, this is an extremely high burden that requires an extensive understanding of U.S. immigration laws and a working knowledge of the conditions of countries they may have never even visited. With limited time to prepare a response and potentially without access to legal counsel, the additional screening risks simply being an empty, discriminatory formality that violates the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution. In the comment letter, the coalition also argues that the rule is arbitrary and capricious and is contrary to the Immigration and Nationality Act.
In submitting the comment letter, Attorney General Balderas is joined by the attorneys general of California,
Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada,
New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, and the District of Columbia.
After contentious debate,Trump has been impeached for abuse of power And obstruction of Congress. 230 voted in favor 197 voted against in the U.S. House of Representatives.Now the impeachment process moves to the Senate where many of the Republicans are already claiming they will be biased and that they will stop the removal of Trump from office.
Santa Fe, NM- New Mexico State Police is asking for the public’s help with identifying a vehicle involved in a shooting in Santa Fe. On December 11, 2019, at approximately 12:00 p.m., New Mexico State Police responded to a shooting incident near 1 Mansion Drive in Santa Fe.
New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau agents were called to investigate the shooting. State Police agents learned through surveillance video, a gray 4-door Nissan passenger car traveling east at a high rate of speed on Mansion Drive and Governor Dempsey Drive, shot towards another vehicle which was parked at the front gate of the residence. The gray Nissan passenger car has a black front bumper, a damaged hood tied down with a rope, a Turquoise New Mexico license plate, and the trunk and top of car is light gray.
New Mexico State Police asks anyone with information regarding the vehicle to contact the Santa Fe Office at (505) 827-9300 and press option one
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Today Nancy Pelosi commenced the impeachment of President Donald Trump.The impeachment investigation started when Trump made a phone call with The president of Ukraine where he allegedly committed a quid pro quo regarding financial assistance.Trump has been plagued with accusations of fraud ,election fraud, even suit’s regarding sexual impropriety.This is a big win for the Democrats because it shows that a president cannot do what he pleases unchecked in their perspective.
Climate change is a real problem,the earth is dying and when the earth dies we will die. Donald Trump isn’t helping Solve this problem. Climate change is not a political problem it is a bipartisan problem that affects us all. Donald Trump has De -regulated all of our environmental protections and in fact removed us from Participating in all of the anti-global warming venues.
Our future presidents need to be people that recognize It’s our duty to protect the earth.We should in fact vote for whoever is going to offer the greatest efforts towards protecting us from global warming.
I woman near Lomas in Wyoming Who’s acting erratic and attacked a police officer upon her arrival.The woman proceeded to steal the police officers car.
U.S ambassador to the E.U. Gordon Sonland admitted to the House Intelligence Committee today,that there was a quid pro quo between the trump administration and Ukraine.
5,000,000 dollars of secret settlements by the New Mexico general services department, 2/3 of them fraudulent.
Be careful people are going around saying they’re at home affairs, casing out potential victims.
The Albuquerque balloon fiesta is rising high. Many spectators can see balloons from all over the city.
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Speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi has Formally announced the Trump impeachment inquiry will begin.This will begin an investigation that will look into trumps abuse of power And to see if he has failed to uphold the oath of office.
Many Democrats are happy that the impeachment process has begun but it is a dangerous risk,if the impeachment process fails Trump will be seen as a martyr and his base may become radicalized.Many sources say that Trump is lying but his followers continue to believe him even though he has made outrageous statements.Further allegations say that Trump asked the president of Ukraine to investigate Biden and Biden’s son which is what caused the impeachment inquiry to begin.
During Donald Trump’s last visit at the Santa Ana Star Center he claimed that New Mexico would be turned red in 2020. In order for New Mexico to be turned into a red state, Republicans would have to convert Albuquerque to red, which will not happen considering the major riots during trumps last visit and its large blue population and Trump would also have to turn Santa Fe and all of the Espanola valley red,which isn’t going to happen.Finally,Las Cruces does have a traditionally conservative NMSU but the city is very blue and progressive and it would be a monumental task to turn it red.It doesn’t hurt to be positive, But as for 2020,New Mexico will be blue.
Trump came to Rio Rancho last night and his turn out was very small compared to Obama’s, extremely small. When Obama came, 2nd St., in Barelas, was very packed almost to a halt. Maybe it was because Trump chose Rio Rancho a smaller venue, However,reports are that people came from all over the state, even California,still a very small turn out as trump is seeking to turn New Mexico red,He may be a long ways off.
Trump supporter “proud boys” out numbered by anti-trump protesters in downtown Albuquerque.Some say in the Cowboys just want to schedule an event and police protection just to incite violence.
The “proud boys” were overwhelmingly outnumbered and drowned out by the anti-trump protester chants ” leave ” and ” New Mexico don’t want you “
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When you are in New Mexico you can’t help but see the Wild West before your eyes from Taos and Santa Fe to Albuquerque and Las Cruces welcome to the heart of the western lifestyle.
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