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Farmington police blotter for Oct. 13
• Bridget Wade was arrested on Oct. 13 at 11:54 p.m. at the intersection of Mission Avenue and Bisti Highway in Farmington due to an arrest warrant.• Matthew Eaton was arrested on Oct. 13 at 12:29 p.m. on the 1900 block of East Main Street in Farmington for alleged criminal trespass.• Forest Edward
Farmington man pleads guilty to federal firearm charge
David Dobbs, 28, pleaded guilty in Albuquerque federal court to one count of possessing a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime, according to a U.S. Department of Justice press release.
Farmington votes to rename new water park
It was originally supposed to be named "Brookside Bay Water Park," but Tuesday night, Farmington City Council voted to change its name to "Bisti Bay at Brookside Park."
Yazzie appeals decision about Nez's presidential candidacy
Nez, who currently serves as vice president, and former president Joe Shirley Jr. are competing for the presidency in the Nov. 6 general election.
Sanostee man accused of 7th DWI, violating court order
(Photo: San Juan County Adult Detention Center)Story HighlightsMascarenas Harrison, 34, is accused of four charges, including a felony count of aggravated DWI.An officer smelled the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Harrison.Harrison was being held without bond pending trial following
Woman accused of stealing $4,000, blank checks from business
Hortencia Gutierrez, 30, is accused of non-residential burglary along with larceny, according to court records.
PHOTOS: Farmington vs. Piedra Vista volleyball | Oct. 16
Farmington's Chloe Finch taps the ball over the net for a quick kill against Piedra Vista's Tayln Miller (7) during Tuesday's District 2-5A match at Scorpion Arena.Matt Hollinshead/The Daily Times
Bisti Bay at Brookside Park: New name chosen for future water park
After visiting the wilderness area, Duckett returned to the City Council and asked its members to reconsider the name that was proposed by the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs committee earlier this year — Bisti Bay at Brookside Park.
Former New Mexico priest ordered to remain in jail pending trial
Perrault, 80, faces seven charges of child abuse. The charges allege Perrault sexually abused a child under the age of 12 at Kirtland Air Force base, where he was a military chaplain, and Santa Fe National Cemetery in the early 1990s.The FBI located Perrault in Morocco last year after years on the r
Wayfaring signs, land purchase on Farmington City Council agenda
The projects include purchasing and placing wayfinding signs to direct residents and tourists to local attractions, and the acquisition of 5.71 acres of land near the river. Those topics may be discussed during the council's 9 a.m. Tuesday work session at Farmington City Hall, 800 N. Municipal Drive
Wood County grand jury indicts New Mexico man on sex trafficking charges
Terry Gene Roark, of Artesia, NM, is charged with trafficking of persons. He was booked in jail on Saturday and is being held on a $300,000 bond.
Snow headed to Four Corners area this week
Up to 3 inches of snow are forecast for the San Juan, La Sal and Abajo mountains, beginning after midnight Tuesday. Moderate to heavy snow is expected above 9,000 feet on Wednesday and Thursday. A total snowfall of 4-8 inches is possible. The weather should clear up, however, for the weekend.
New Mexico News: Farmington Man, David Dobbs Pleads Guilty to Violating Federal Firearms Laws | STL.News
ALBUQUERQUE,N.M.– David Dobbs, 28, of Farmington, N.M., pled guilty today in federal court in Albuquerque, N.M., to violating the federal firearms laws by being in possession of a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime.
Area football teams still ranked
Bloomfield, Aztec and Kirtland Central are ranked sixth, seventh and eighth, respectively, in the latest 4A poll, while Piedra Vista comes in at fifth in the latest 5A poll. Newcomb, 8-0, is ranked fifth in the latest 2A poll.
Aztec police host presentation on high school shooting
The department and Aztec Police Chief Mike Heal will give the presentation at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Chief's Coffee, a monthly community event during which citizens can interact with Heal, according to an Aztec Police Department Facebook post.
Winter blast moves across New Mexico
Currently, there is nothing major happening with the storm in the East Mountains, but light snow and gusty winds will reduce visibility and may cause problems for morning commuters.
Men from New Mexico, Idaho killed in rollover in New Mexico
HOBBS, N.M. (AP) - New Mexico State Police say two men have been killed after a rollover accident west of Hobbs.They say the crash occurred around 7 a.m. Saturday and 29-year-old Andrew Beatty of Carlsbad, New Mexico, and 31-year-old Alan Knight of Rexburg, Idaho, were declared dead at the scene.Sta
Teen center planned at Boys & Girls Clubs of Farmington
The approximately 2,500-square-foot addition, which has an estimated price tag of $622,000, will provide middle and high school students with a space dedicated solely to them.
New Mexico State Police searching for missing runaway teen
Cali Victoria Toye was last seen in Ramah, N.M. on October 12, 2018 wearing dark gray spandex pants with gray and black Under Armor high top shoes.
PHOTOS: Piedra Vista vs. La Cueva volleyball | Oct. 13
Piedra Vista's Kacee Moore tips the ball over the net past La Cueva's Brie Mortensen (12) for a point during Saturday's District 2-5A match at Jerry A. Conner Fieldhouse in Farmington.Matt Hollinshead/The Daily Times