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CBP Officers Discover Drug Load in Van Ceiling Compartment

US Border Patrol
Washington, DC, Jun 15, 2016
SANTA TERESA, NM -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations officers working at the Santa Teresa port of entry seized 323.5 pounds of marijuana Tuesday. The estimated street value of the drug load is $258,800. The seizure was the largest of five marijuana busts made by CBP officers working at the Santa Teresa and El Paso ports June 14.

Jackson’s Martial Arts gym teaches self-defense to pueblo kids

Sara Yingling, KRQE News 13
Albuquerque, Jun 15, 2016
SANTO DOMINGO, N.M. (KRQE) – It was a tragedy that hit a New Mexico community hard.

Roswell Police Report Another Scam

Mike Jaxson, KSVP Radio
Artesia, Jun 15, 2016
Scammers often use the names of real companies to try to make their bogus offers sound legitimate. Such is the case with a scam that was recently noticed by a Roswell resident reviewing a local online site where people sell and buy items, as well as advertise employment.

`Dog Head Fire` burns nearly 700 acres in Manzano Mountains; crews say lines holding

Blair Miller and J.R. Oppenheim
Albuquerque, Jun 15, 2016
A fire in the Manzano Mountains first reported Tuesday around noon has grown to nearly 700 acres in size, forcing some nearby residents to evacuate.

NM Democrats blast GOP fundraiser

Matt Howerton, KOAT Action 7 News
Albuquerque, Jun 15, 2016
AS THE CITY OF ORLANDO HEALS FROM THE DEADLIEST SHOOTING IN AMERICA`S HISTORY, DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS NATIONWIDE ARE ONCE AGAIN AT ODDS OVER GUNS. DIFFERENT. THE STATE DEMOCRATIC PARTY BLASTED THIS REPUBLICA FUNDRAISER AT CLUB RIO RANCHO REVOLVER, CALLING IT AN INSENSITIVE MOVE JUST TWO DAYS AFTER THE MASSACRE IN ORLANDO. DONATE PROCEEDS TO THE VICTIMS AND THEIR FAMILIES. DESPITE THE CRITICISM THAT RAFFLE WENT AHEAD AS PLANNED.

Man Arrested After ABQ City Hall Hostage Scare

Associated Press
Albuquerque, Jun 15, 2016
A man has been arrested in connection with a scare at Albuquerque City Hall about a possible shooter and hostage situation that police now believe was a hoax. Albuquerque police spokesman Tanner Tixier said Tuesday that 28-year-old Daniel Olguin was charged with breaking and entering and false imprisonment after a floor-by-floor search of City Hall.

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