Bulletin report The woman suspected of the May 22 theft of a UPS package from a doorstep has been charged along with her boyfriend who appears to have acted as her getaway driver, according to a press release from the Las Cruces Police Department. Allise Brittany Garcia, 29, and Devon W. Sellers, 30, both of the 3200 block of Missouri Avenue, have been charged with misdemeanor counts of larceny and receiving ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin report Las Cruces police have charged two teenagers – a 16-year-old boy and an 18-year-old man – who are suspected of damaging the Vietnam War Memorial at Veterans Park. Bryce Richards, 16, and Marvin Reyes, 18, are charged with one count each of criminal damage to property. The charges are fourth-degree felony counts. Shortly after 10 p.m. on May 16, someone called Central Dispatch to report kids or young adults damaging ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin photo by Steve MacIntyre Memorial Medical Center staff, Las Cruces Conquistadors, cancer survivors and Gov. Susana Martinez cut the ribbon for the new Memorial Cancer Center Monday, June 11. The center is located at 2530 S. Telshor Blvd. south of the hospital’s parking lot. The occasion included a speech by Martinez and tours of the facility, which is credited to the efforts of Medical Director Dr. William Adler, MD, and Clinical Research ... CONTINUE
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Today is Flag Day. It celebrates the date in 1777 (241 years ago) when the Second Continental Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes as the official flag of the United States. “What an appropriate day to ask such a question (What does the American flag mean to you?) – the 74th anniversary of D-Day (June 6),” said Las Cruces Police Chief Patrick Gallagher. “A day that says everything you need ... CONTINUE
Bulletin Report The Third Judicial District Attorney’s Office has determined that a Las Cruces police officer’s actions were justified in the April 27 shooting that injured a bicyclist on Chaparro Street. In a letter dated June 12, 2018, District Attorney Mark D’Antonio stated, “After extensive review of this case we have concluded that the shooting by Sergeant Joshua Savage was justified under New Mexico law.” Read the letter from the district ... CONTINUE