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Keyword: Las Cruces Police Department
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The deadline to apply to be a cadet in the Las Cruces Police Department’s 51st Training Academy is Friday, July 30. more
“We need good people,” Las Cruces Police Lt. Jeremy Story said earlier this month, as the Las Cruces Police Department (LCPD) continues to recruit new officers for its academy. more
Las Cruces police are releasing more information on an incident that occurred Monday, June 28, on Willow Street and resulted in the unfortunate death of a large-breed dog as officers responded to a welfare check. more
The suspect Joel Arciniega-Saenz was detained in Apodaca Park after officers observed that he had significant blood stains on his person as well as what appeared to be a bloody knife stuck in the ground near where he was seated. more
Community members got together to place the Las Cruces Police Department’s “LCPD Cares” campaign into stone. more
The City of Las Cruces saw an increase in both violent crime and property crime in 2020 and in the first four months of 2021, Las Cruces Police Chief Miguel Dominguez told the Las Cruces City Council during a recent work session. more
A search warrant executed by Las Cruces police uncovered a large cache of mail that’s believed to have been stolen over the last few weeks from letterboxes and U.S. Postal Service cluster boxes in various parts of the community. more
The Las Cruces Police Department is now accepting applications for its 51st training academy, tentatively set to begin in January 2022, LCPD said in an April 5 news release. more
A two-vehicle crash reported late Friday evening is believed to involve at least one car that was street-racing on the city’s West Mesa. more
When 10-year-old Rogelio Daniel Ramirez was assigned a school project to write an essay about his favorite person, he knew exactly who would be featured in the article: Las Cruces Police Department K-9 officer Juan Gomez and his four-legged partner, Joker. more
The organization New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence, with assistance from the Las Cruces Police Department, will host a gun buyback event Saturday at the East Mesa Public Safety Complex. more
Las Cruces police are asking the public to be on the lookout for at least two men who have been known to follow delivery vehicles and steal packages from their intended destination. more
Las Cruces residents who host yard or garage sales are reminded that the City has ordinances regulating the frequency of such sales and posting of signs that advertise them. more
With the reopening of public schools scheduled for the next two weeks, the Las Cruces Police Department wishes to remind motorists to drive with caution especially when traveling near school zones and bus stops. more
What is being called a polar vortex is scheduled to threaten most of New Mexico with cold temperatures and the possibility of moisture beginning Sunday, Feb. 14. more
Las Cruces Police Chief Miguel Dominguez remembers seeing a prowler in his back yard when he was 6 years old and living in Silver City. He never forgot “the safe feeling” he got when a police officer showed up at his house and told him everything was going to be alright. more
Las Cruces Police remind drivers who warm up their vehicles to refrain from leaving them unattended as they can be stolen within seconds. more
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