15 June 2021
Albuquerque: a group of protestors including public defenders march against police brutality.
We're waking up to smoky skies this morning. The smoke is from the Tadpole Fire burning in SE New Mexico and from a fire burning in Arizona.
Albuquerque Police are investigating what led to the shooting of a 7-year-old boy on the west side Saturday
Las Cruces Police are responding to a shots fired call on Doña Ana Road at Three Crosses Avenue. They are investigating and information is very limited at this time.
Las Cruces Police are responding to a call of shots fired at the Dos Arboles trailer park.
LasCrucesPolice confirm they are investigating reports of a shooting in the 2200 block of North Alameda
Die-in protest to be held in Albuquerque on Thursday. The group marched from the University of New Mexico to Civic Plaza and back again
Flooding in the streets as BLM speaks in Albuquerque
Mayor @MayorKeller responding to overnight violence in downtown Albuquerque, offering help to small businesses that need to board up
From @ABQPOLICE: - vandals at @KiMoTheatre made it up to the roof & were prevented from starting a fire - officers were shot at near KiMo, no serious injuries - no word yet on arrests
@MayorKeller will address the city on the overnight violence that broke out along Central in Albuquerque. @KiMoTheatre already boarded up @krqe
Massive Protests in Downtown Albuquerque. Police say shots were fired at them outside the Kimo Theatre.
Shooting near 801 Locust Place NE in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with no injuries
Officers on horses just arrived, heading toward Central and 3rd where the fire was. It's also where there are still some people disobeying their commands.
It appears officers are throwing some projectiles towards some people disobeying their commands. Near 3rd and Central.
Protests devolved into violence after midnight on Central in Albuquerque. A fire was set in the intersection of 3rd and Central, and windows were busted out at Filling Philly's, Jimmy Johns, and other businesses.
Albuquerque police are responding to an active shooter at an apartment on the 800 block of Locust NE.
Peaceful protests in Downtown Albuquerque . The protesters assembled off 7th and Gold wearing masks, while marching to Civic Plaza to show their support for similar protests around the country.
Police fired smoke canisters at the crowd, not tear gas. Here is one of the shells
Officers continue to monitor the area of Mesilla and Central following protests in the area. Earlier, police responded to several shots fired from a vehicle along Wisconsin and Central. Four individuals were taken into custody
After SWAT left. The line formed1 year ago
After SWAT left. The line formed
Mesilla and Central Avenue, a few blocks down from the BLM demonstration. Police out here saying they are investigating a shooting in the area. About 30 people from the protest here. This doesn't appear to be connected to the earlier Albuquerque protest
However later in the night was a very different scene.
Chaves County Sheriff's Deputy observed a male subject leaving quickly from Walgreens and could hear a anti theft alarm going off near the male
A man is accused of stabbing one Pitbull, killing it instantly, before stabbing a second multiple times and then assaulting a woman
East Battalion crews E40,R40,E43, T43,T41,E46,T46,B30, and BAT-7 initiated a defensive strategy containing the fire to the structure and protecting exposures in the area. This incident was a Wildland Urban interface operation. Crews have loss stopped and started clearing units
Shooting near 5109 S Lea Ave in Roswell, New Mexico, with no injuries
One person hospitalized following shooting in Hagerty road and Monte Vista Avenue in Las Cruces
Driver killed after crashing into home on Whisper Wind St. NW, near Unser and Western Trail.
Five people were shot in southeast Albuquerque late Thursday night. According to police, an altercation appeared to have taken place and ended with the shooting
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