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NAMES   A1     A2     B1      B2     C1     C2      D      E      F      G     H     IJK     L     M1     M2     O     P     QR     S     T  V   U-W     XYZ Quick Table  of New Mexico Police Names:  https://policefactor.com/NMPolNames.html 1 See also  Victim Incidents/Cases     Police - Blue Lives Matter     Locations by City and Names A to Z Indexes LIST M2, N: Click on names below for summaries below this list   Merriman, Ronald     Albuquerque, Victim Arquette Mills, Scott     Los Alamos County.  Commander. 2016 article-Issue of settlement of dismissed lawsuit filed by Scott Mills against Los Alamos County with two other officers; settlement $2 million. Monfils, David     See Mike Briseno   Molinas, Sonny     Albuquerque , Victim Hawkes     Montoya, Elias     Taos, Lawsuit/Not Guilty, Possible Victim Farrell   Montoya, Pete     Rio Rancho, Sheriff Deputy, Sandoval County, Sex/Child/Not Guilty/Acquitted  Montoya, Shawn     Springer, Ex-Chief, Demoted to Dog Catcher, Previous Officer in Las Vegas/Felony  Munoz, David  Najar, Gilbert   Silver City.  Director of Silver City police academy, Albuq. PD for 25 years, informational comment-2015 Nikko, Troy   new to list, in process as of 2019/07/25 SUMMARIES  M2:  BRIEF EXCERPTS/SOURCES NEW MEXICO POLICE   McGuire, Shannon (New) Albuquerque.  APD. Detective. Cases 2003/07/18-Phillip R. Hatheway, Plaintiff-appellee, v. John P. Thies and Shannon Mcguire, Defendants-appellants, 335 F.3d 1199 (10th Cir. 2003) US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit - 335 F.3d 1199 Articles Albuquerque Journal 2011/07/16  Ex-cop pleads guilty in robbery. Rozanna Martinez https://www.abqjournal.com/43739/ex-cop-pleads-guilty-in-robbery.html Excerpt: RIO RANCHO, N.M. — A former Albuquerque police officer faces up to 4 1/2 years in prison after pleading guilty on Monday to holding up a Rio Rancho drugstore and stealing oxycodone. Shannon McGuire, a 15-year APD veteran who left the force in 2009, also has been charged in a similar robbery at a West Side Albuquerque drugstore. McGuire pleaded guilty to robbery and aggravated fleeing from a police officer in the Rio Rancho case. Last October, McGuire went to a Walgreens near Northern and Unser in Rio Rancho, showed a gun and fled with a supply of oxycodone, a narcotic painkiller. The weapon was later found to be a BB gun. Albuquerque police were later able to connect McGuire Merriman, Ronald   (OLDER - 1989, etc) Albuquerque.  Real Crimes From Real Crimes:In connection with Kait Arquette case (1989) and others.(see “Kaitlyn Arquette Case” and  “Benny Esquivel Case” and Lindsey Curtis case”…On Lindsey Curtis: “ (Albq. PD): Curtis was stabbed in the back in broad daylight.  He stumbled across the street to a 7-11 store and  collapsed on the floor.  APD Officer Ronald Merriman … was dispatched to the scene, as was the Fire Department.  The medics later testified that Officer Merriman refused to allow them to treat Curtis until he finished interrogating him.  Curtis bled to death at the scene.  Curtis was schizophrenic and used marijuana as a type of self-medication.  His father, Victor Lindsey, says APD shrugged off the murder as “just one drug addict killing another.”from Real Crimes One of the suspects: Apodaca, Paul (1989, etc.) Albuquerque.  In connection with Kaitlyn Arquette case (1989) as well as other issues. kaitarquette.arquettes.com/ 07/19/2012--https://www.abqjournal.com/119392/mom-seeks-closure-in-89-slaying.html Mills, Scott (New)   Los Alamos County.  Commander. 2016-Lawsuit filed by Scott Mills against Los Alamos County with two other officers. Settlement $2 million. Daily Times:  (2016) Police Chief settles whistleblower lawsuit: Los Alamos County agrees to pay $2 million in settlement https://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/bloomfield/2016/02/17/police-chief-settles-whistle-blower-lawsuit/80515538/ Molinas, Sonny  (2014, 2016) Albuquerque.  In connection with Mary Hawkes case.   See also Jeremy Dear. Case (2017/03/23) Hawkes v. City of Albuquerque Case No. D-202-CV-2016-01373 Jeremy Dear was the main police officer included in lawsuit Chavez Affidavit (Reynaldo Chavez dated October 28, 2016) in connection with this lawsuit brings to attention evidence issues--”The Chavez Affidavit made certain allegations that called into question chain of custody and usage of the Evidence.com cloud-based platform APD uses to store and view police officer lapel camera videos (“Evidence.com”), in particular with respect to videos from the Hawkes Case and another officer involved shooting (the “Robertson Case”).” https://www.kob.com/kobtvimages/repository/cs/files/17-0076 City of Albuquerque Final.  Other links: https://www.abqjournal.com/796554/lawsuit-reveals-more-details-in-hawkes-shooting.html https://www.abqjournal.com/796555/a-trip-to-hooters-and-a-chinese-massage.html https://www.abqjournal.com/.../cellphone-search-led-police-to-hawkes-before-she-was... New Mexico In Depth (2016/0/05) Albuquerque police union gets bad rap in news coverage. By Jeff Proctor. http://nmindepth.com/2016/07/05/abq-police-union-gets-bad-rap-in-news-coverage/ KRQE (2016/12/21) Mary Hawkes family files lawsuit against former APD Officer www.krqe.com/2016/12/21/mary-hawkes-family-files-lawsuit-against-former-apd-officer Monfils David  see Mike Briseno https://www.abqjournal.com/21985/1215pm-farmington-settlement.html Montoya, Clayton   Clayton. (2015) By Alex Goldsmith (04/17/2015)   KRQE http://krqe.com/2015/04/17/new-mexico-officer-arrested-for-using-taser-to-flirt/   and ABC  Amarillo http://abc7amarillo.com/news/local/clayton-police-officer-arrested-fired?id=1190712#.VS6urZP9yip Montoya, Elias. Taos. Officer.    US News Excerpt from US -2017/12/27-by Susan Montoya Bryan: A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that a New Mexico police officer did not violate the constitutional rights of a woman and her five children when he shot at their minivan as they fled a chaotic traffic stop in 2013. The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals issued the ruling in the case filed by Oriana Farrell, who was pulled over for speeding and led officers on a high-speed pursuit through the tourist enclave of Taos.The appeals court found that the case against Elias Montoya, the officer who fired three times at the van and later left the force, should have been dismissed by a lower court.Montoya's defense rested on the principal of qualified immunity, which shields public officials from legal actions unless their conduct was unreasonable in light of clearly established law. 2017/12/27--https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/new-mexico/articles/court-sides-with-new-mexico-officer- in-minivan-shooting Raw Story Montoya, Pete   [OLDER -07/2002]  Rio Rancho. Sheriff Deputy-Sandoval County. Real Crimes From Real Crimes: “7/2/02: Rio Rancho Observer: Sandoval County Sheriff Deputy Pete Montoya was indicted on 18 counts of criminal sexual contact with a 5-yr-old child.  (Montoya was the lead detective in the John Sherman case, 12/27/98).  Excerpt from Business Highbeam Albuq. Jrnl-2003/11/12-by Michael Davis: BERNALILLO -- A Sandoval County jury on Tuesday acquitted former police officer Pete A. Montoya of 18 counts of criminal sexual contact with his former stepdaughter."It's been a long two and a half years," Montoya said, wiping tears away after the jury delivered its verdict. "Thank the Lord, it's finally over."Montoya, 51, was accused of touching the girl, now 14, exposing himself to her and coercing her to touch him sexually. He was also accused of intimidating a witness and of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. 2003/11/12--https://business.highbeam.com/2872/article-1G1-110078097/exofficer-acquitted-sex-charges http://www.realcrimes.com/Corruption_Overview.htm Montoya, Shawn  (2009) Springer. Ex-Chief.  Had past issues from a time being an officer in Las Vegas - time card fraud, felonies.  Demoted to dog catcher. Albuquerque Journal  Excerpt from Abq Jrnl-2009/04/21: : he New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy suspended Montoya in March after hearing evidence of allegations that Montoya improperly used a police gas card for personal purposes while he was a patrol officer in Las Vegas, The Range said.  Meanwhile, Montoya faces felony criminal charges in Las Vegas in connection with the gas purchases as well as for allegedly submitting time sheets that claimed he was at work for the police department when he was not, the paper reported. Twenty counts — 19 for forgery and one for fraud — were filed in Las Vegas Magistrate Court after a State Police investigation, and Montoya is scheduled to be arraigned on April 28, The Range said 2009/04/21--https://www.abqjournal.com/16889/650am-springer-police-chief-demoted-to-dog-catcher.html Najar, Gilbert   Silver City.  Director of Silver City police academy, Albuq. PD for 25 years, informational comment-2015. New Yorker (Informational) Excerpt from New Yorker 02/02/2015Gilbert Najar, the director of the police academy in Silver City, New Mexico, who worked for the Albuquerque Police Department for twenty-five years, told me that the department “did policing one way in the South Valley, where there were a lot of immigrant families and people of lower socioeconomic status, and we knew we could violate their rights. But we did not dare commit those tactics in the affluent neighborhoods, where we knew they would file complaints on us.” http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/02/02/son-deceased Updates:  2019/07/09 and07/12: McQuire Shannon and Mills Scott added to list. 2019/06/24 Cody Martinez added to list. 2019/06/06 Monfils David added; 2019/05/19 Molinas Sonny articles Alb Jrnl, Indepth.   01/23/2018 Montoya, Shawn VEG/SPRNGR (FEL) added; 01/07/2018 Montoya, Pete RNCH acquittal info in Albq Jrnl 2003/11/12; McClaskey, Skyler several articles added, spelling correction first name; McCormick,James ART/CARLS info from several articles on area drug issues,  drug bust, retaliation/assassination plot against cops; 01/06/2018 McCoy, Terry (FMN) several articles added;  McCracken, Mark deceased status, obituary added; Page started as L to N ; (Najar, Gilbert-02/21/2017); updates (Lytle, John - updated 02/20/2017); updates_11/05/2017 Malone, Casey/Farmington. (McCracken, Mark 05/30/2017); (MckinneyR-update02/20/2017)(McDowell Sr, John “Jack”-02/21/2017)(Montoya, Clayton; McClaskey, Skylar-02/22/2017) (Martin, Jeremy. - 02/26/2017)