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NAMES    A1     A2     B1      B2     B3     C1     C2     C3      D1     D2      E      F      G1     G2     H1     H2     IJK     L     M1     M2     M3     N     O     P     QR     S     T     W     UVXYZ LIST W: Click on names below for summaries below this list.   Wadt Gabriel, Espanola     Wallace Edmund, Hobbs       Wallace Marianne, Albuquerque       Wallace Sean, Albuquerque       Warman Brandt, Taos       Warman Brandt, Farmington     Webb Chris, Tularosa       Webster Daniel, Albuquerque - deceased       Welles Robert, Alamagordo       Westall Kyle, Farmington     White Ray, Santa Fe       Wilson Dusty, Hobbs       Wilson Oliver, Santa Fe       Wiseman Gary, Rio Rancho       Woolever Robert, Albuquerque     Wright Katherine, Albuquerque  W  SECTION, Tables and Related Information  Table W  Table all New Mexico Police Names on this website: 1 See also  Victim Incidents/Cases     Police - Blue Lives Matter     Locations by City and Names A to Z Indexes   SUMMARIES   W:  BRIEF EXCERPTS/SOURCES NEW MEXICO POLICE Wadt Gabriel, Espanola, Espanola PD/Officer as of 2020 Padilla incident, 2020/Wadt used excessive force on Padilla resulting in Padilla's lawsuit; see also Derrick Valdez (also involved in Padilla incident), Victim Isodorio Padilla: 2020/Padilla v. Espanola city government, Sgt. Cody Martinez, and Officers Derrick Valdez and Gabriel Wadt; Wadt also involved in excessive force other issue in October 2019; Rio Grande Sun dot com 2020/02/06 -- After violent videos Espanola advisory board proposed 9c76-7b70427388d6.html; Wallace Edmund,  Hobbs, Sheriff Deputy    Wallace Marianne, Albuquerque, Victim Arquette  Wallace Sean,  Albuquerque, APD/Officer, Shootings by this officer: 2011- of Gomez;  2010-nonfatal of Cordova, Victims Alan Gomez-Shooting-2011/05/10; Wayne Cordova-2010/01/29-non-fatal shot, Alb Jrnl summary of police shootings  Albuq Jrnl 2011-Alan Gomez; 2010/01/29-non-fatal shooting of Wayne Cordova   Warman Brandt, - Taos, Sergeant/Officer, Incident with Sgt. Janis Davis- Force-2018/2015 -same officer in Farmington? Santa Fe New Mexican: (2016/01/11) Fired Taos sergeant argues discipline for police misconduct has been inconsistent misconduct-has-been/article_e2ae00c4-7ffd-5591-839f-5ad40502c8f8.html Excerpt: And though another officer, Brandt Warman, was disciplined in the confrontation that led to charges against Davis, the lawyer representing her argued the officer’s treatment belied disparate treatment of misconduct allegations.  Testifying during the hearing’s first day, Warman seemed to agree. misconduct-has-been/article_e2ae00c4-7ffd-5591-839f-5ad40502c8f8.html Police One Video:  Officer misconduct internal affairs: confrontation erupts after suspect threatens NM cops kids. suspect-threatens-NM-cops-kids/ Excerpt:  “If I have to come back here one more time tonight, you’re going to [expletive] jail,” Warman tells him. “You think I’m not connected?” Olonia responds.  Officers ask if Olonia if he’s threatening them, because Olonia previously suggested he was a part of the Mexican mafia. Another argument ensues, and Olonia tells Warman he will see him “personally.”  At one point, Olonia also threatened the officer’s children, according to KOAT.  Warman then rushes Olonia while other officers attempt to separate the two men. Olonia is then forced to the ground in the ensuing struggle. Olonia was arrested and taken to a hospital for examination. He was charged with assault, assault on a peace officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. No injuries were reported, and all charges against him were later dropped. Olonia has a long history of violence, including several counts of battery on law enforcement, according to the report Olonia reportedly plans on filing a civil complaint. The investigation is ongoing. suspect-threatens-NM-cops-kids/ Warman, Brandt -  Farmington.  Officer.  Farmington PD. Officer involved shooting 2017/12/20. Shot and killed suspect after stop.  Suspected gun turned out to be an e-cig. Victim Anchando. Watch for Antics:  This is one of the “non-gun item” situations, in this case an e-cigarette held by victim prompted officer’s shots. Farmington Daily Times (2018/01/04) Farmington Police officer shooting five shots. Alleged gun was e-cigarette. Victim Frankie Anchando. december/1005414001/ Excerpt:  The Farmington police officer who shot and killed a suspect last month fired five shots after the man allegedly pointed an object at the officer he believed was a gun.The object later was identified not as a gun, but as an e-cigarette, according to New Mexico State Police. The agency identified Officer Brandt Warman, an approximate six-year veteran of the Farmington Police Department, as the officer involved in the Dec. 20 shooting, according to a state police press release. december/1005414001/ (2018/01/16) Video shooting/1037754001/ KRQE KRQE: Family of man killed by Farmington Police Files Lawsuit lawsuit/1080487232 Excerpt:  The family of a man shot and killed by police is suing the city of Farmington and the Department of Public Safety. Officer Brant Warman was patrolling an area of U.S. 64 late last year when he saw a woman hanging out of the passenger side window of a pickup. When the driver, 35-year-old Frankie Anchando, eventually pulled over, Officer Warman claims he got out and pointed an e-cigarette at him with both hands. The officer thought it was a gun, so he shot and killed Anchondo. lawsuit/1080487232 Webb, Chris  Tularosa, Tularosa PD/Officer, (2013)Taser of child with resulting lawsuit Las Vegas/CBS Local (2012/10/31) Police officer accused of tasering boy for refusing to wash patrol car 2012/10/31-- car/ Excerpt from Las Vegas/CBS Local-2012/10/31:  Courthouse News Service reports Motor Transportation Police Officer Chris Webb is being sued for allegedly using the weapon on the boy during a May 4 “career day” at Tularosa Intermediate School. The complaint reportedly states that Webb asked a group of boys during the school’s career day who would like to wash his patrol car. All the boys responded they would, except when the 10-year-old identified as R.D. jokingly said he wouldn’t.Taser used on 10 year old.  2012/10/31-- car/ Albuquerque Journal (2013/08/15) By Scott Sandlin 2013/08/15-- Excerpt from Albq Jrnl-2013/08/15-By Scott Sandlin.  Officer said incident at career day was an accident. The state has settled a lawsuit brought on behalf of a 10-year-old boy who was Tasered by an officer in the New Mexico Motor Transportation Police during a career day at his Tularosa school.  U.S. Magistrate Judge William Lynch approved the settlement – the precise amount of which is confidential – at a hearing earlier this month, and the lawsuit was dismissed Monday with “no admission, finding or implication of negligence, liability or wrongdoing” by the officer, Chris Webb 2013/08/15-- Webster, Daniel  Albuquerque. (Deceased 2015/10/29-shot on duty 10/21/2015, died from wounds a few days later in hospital on life support). Killed by Davon Lymon who was found guilty in 2019 on  all 7 charges including 1st degree murder).  (See Todd Babcock NM Police Names)  See Daniel Webster on Blue Lives Matter on this website.  Joined Albuq PD 2006.  Ex-Army Ranger, 20 year Army combat veteran-Iraq, Kosovo, Bosnia.Died injuries shot handcuffing suspect D Lymon traffic stop KRQE (2019/04/06) Prosecution tries to undermine Lymon's self-defense claim in murder trial. By Chris McKee lymon/1902681890 ODMP Police Officer Daniel Scott Webster Alb. Journal (2015/10/30) Officer Daniel Webster Dies. KOB (2019/04/12) Officer Webster’s family reacts to murderer’s guilty verdict. By Kai Porter verdict/5315575/ Excerpt: ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- A jury found Davon Lymon guilty of murdering Albuquerque police officer Daniel Webster in 2015.The jury deliberated for less than two hours before finding Lymon guilty on all seven charges that he was facing, including first-degree murder….Clara Moran, of the New Mexico Attorney General's Office, told the jury that Lymon shot officer Webster during a traffic stop because Lymon, a convicted felon who was on a stolen motorcycle and carrying a gun, did not want to go back to prison.Moran showed jurors graphic video from officer Webster's lapel camera. verdict/5315575/ Other Links Wells, Robert (2017) Alamagordo.  Officer.  Alamagordo Police Department. An Alamogordo Police officer’s public comments on social media have landed him in trouble with his department. Westall Kyle,   Farmington,  Farmington PD/Chief, Caselaw-2018/0/23: Frank Dart Case decided. Case(s) 2018/07/23 - Decided Court of Appeals of New Mexico. FRANK DART, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. CHIEF KYLE WESTALL, CITY OF FARMINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT, and CITY OF FARMINGTON, Defendants-Appellants. NO. A-1-CA-34675 White Ray, Santa Fe, SFPD/Santa Fe PD/Officer 2011/10 shooting incident involving Samuel Pauly-see also Officers Mario Vasquez/Michael Mariscal; the officers were responding to a call by women of Pauly's road-raged brother Daniel; lawsuit involving Vasquez's photos of deceased and sending to family 2015/09/10 rt dot com: Samuel Pauly   Wilson, Dusty (2000)  Clovis, Hobbs. Former Hobbs officer. Hobbs PD, Sex/Child, issue includes wife    Amarillo dot com (2000/8/22) By Janet Bresenham Excerpt from Amarillo dot com 08/22/2000 By Janet Bresenham:  Former Hobbs officer charged with sexual abuse CLOVIS, N.M. - A former Hobbs Police Department officer charged with sexually abusing his young stepdaughter and stepson was arrested Monday morning after he turned himself in to Lea County authorities, 9th Judicial District Attorney Randall Harris said. Harris has been appointed special prosecutor in the case against Dusty Wilson, 26, who is charged in Lea County with six first-degree felony counts of criminal sexual penetration of a minor.Wilson's stepdaughter was 3 years old and his stepson was 5 years old at the time of the alleged abuse, Harris said.If convicted, Wilson could face up to 144 years in state prison because each charge carries a maximum penalty of 24 years' imprisonment under New Mexico law, Harris said. Wilson, Oliver  (11/7/2013) Santa Fe, New Mexico State Police Officer.  Shot/Killed Jeanette Anaya; a questionable person was in the car with her - a person of interest in a homicide case.  Shoot/Kill at Police Stop involved chase; Suit/Settle/No indict/Possible Coverups/Victim Anaya Articles US GUN VIOLENCE (2013/11/0) Killed Jeanette Anaya. 2013/11/07-- From Us Gun Violence: Questionable traffic stop; high speed chase; emotional cop fired several rounds, two of which hit and one or both killed her; she apparently did not stop because she had a warrant out  for a minor misdemeanor involving concealed identity; she had cocaine in her bloodstream: :“District Attorney Angela “Spence” Pacheco said based on video recorded by a dashboard camera in Wilson’s car, Anaya hadn’t committed any traffic violation…Teresa Anaya said her daughter was murdered and the State Police officer who fired the fatal shots in the high-profile case was “enraged” and had “lost control.” Muñoz also said he didn’t think Anaya had committed any violations before the chase began. Excerpt from NM In Depth- 2016/03/23-by Jeff Proctor: There’s no question that Jeanette broke several laws that night. Yet her family says the system fell down. Wilson “needed to be held accountable for what he did,” says Teresa.  Asked about Teresa’s criticism of the process used to clear Wilson, Pacheco pauses for several moments.  “I can understand her feeling that [the grand jury presentation] wasn’t a fair representation of what occurred,” she says. “There is not an efficient or good process in the state of New Mexico to deal with police shootings.”  Excerpt from Santa Fe New Mexican 2014/04/08-by Phaedra Haywood: Anaya’s family has filed a tort claim notice, advising the state that she is prepared to file a civil suit over her daughter’s death. Her attorney said the family might also pursue a lawsuit in federal court, alleging violations of Jeanette Anaya’s civil rights.  But right now, they want “justice.” For Teresa Anaya, justice means criminal charges for Officer Wilson for fatally shooting her daughter and changes to a system that allows the New Mexico State Police, rather than an outside agency, to investigate its own officer-involved shootings. She said justice also means more and better officer training on the use of force and more rigorous screening for police officers.  “Police officers should be subject to the same laws as the rest of us,” she said, “whether they hold a gun and a badge or not.” 2013/11/07-- KOAT (2014/04/30) Friend [Jeremy Munoz] of Jeanette Anaya a cop murdered her: Jury Finds Shooting justified. By Alana Grimstad. 2014/04/30-- Santa Fe New Mexican (2017/05/25) Passenger of woman slain by officer got $125,000 2017/05/25-- got/article_2f346f12-e567-5fae-9e0b-5a180a0dce2b.html 2017/05/18-- fe-woman-killed/article_4b1cdf95-ebb5-514a-aa75-23a81bc4ddcc.html 2014/04/30-- jeanette-anaya-s-fatal-chase/article_9ead1b4c-6a22-5e5a-8dfe-3ac6c2c3fc52.html 2014/04/08-- speaks-out-on-daughter-s-death/article_72eb7e0f-e885-5c5d-b003-e359a70b969c.html Puff of Smoke dot com How the justice system was designed to clear the cop who killed Jeanette Anaya Excerpt:  Grief mounted for the Anaya family in the ensuing weeks, as they learned a series of grim facts: New Mexico State Police Officer Oliver Wilson, who had been on the force a year and a half, tried to pull Jeanette over on a highly questionable traffic violation—so questionable that Santa Fe police refused to join the ensuing pursuit. Jeanette didn't stop. Instead, she led Wilson on a chase across surface streets and through residential Santa Fe. The pursuit ended when Jeanette slowed down, and Wilson used his police car to spin her silver Honda Accord around. Then, Wilson got out and fired 16 shots at Jeanette's car. One of the bullets went through the side of Jeanette's head; another struck the top of her back. Wilson's story about the shooting didn't completely square with a video captured on the dashboard camera of his patrol car, or with the version of events described by the passenger in Jeanette's car. Other Links 2016/03/23-- anaya/ Wiseman, Gary (New)   Rio Rancho   Rio Rancho PD   Deputy Police Chief   2017-Filed a Whistleblower Lawsuit against Interim Chief Woolever Robert,     Albuquerque, APD/Excessive Force/Fired with another officer over a beating of Nicholas Blume. See also John Doyle.   Suspect/victim Nicholas Blume, Albuq Jrnl-Summaries APD Under Fire. Albuquerque APD Albuquerque PD Officer 2011-Excessive Force involving Nicholas Blume summary - Nicholas Blume Santa Fe New Mexican (2014/07/14)  Albuquerque officer in beating video loses license license/article_8d11df49-eb16-5871-808b-2b7dd5421b69.html Excerpt:  This week the officers filed a federal lawsuit against the Albuquerque Police Officers’ Association, alleging breach of contract and civil conspiracy.  Thomas Grover, the officers’ lawyer, says the men were made scapegoats to try and prevent a U.S. Justice Department investigation into Albuquerque police. Excerpt: The New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy Board voted Wednesday to rescind the license for John Doyle. license/article_8d11df49-eb16-5871-808b-2b7dd5421b69.html Daily Mail UK (2011/11/17) Two cops fired over horrific video which shows them beating up suspect - then CELEBRATING Blume--CELEBRATING.html Huffington Post (2011/11/18) Wright Katherine,  Albuquerque, APD/Officer, 2013/07/05 Officer Wright along with Officer Bludworth shot and killed Vincent Wood Updates: 2020/04/17 Wadt Gabriel/Espanola added to list; 2020/04/14 various names updated and links activated in menu area; 2020/03/17 technical editing and revamping; 2019/12/08 Robert Woolever section filled in. 2019/07/09 Wiseman Gary added to list.  2019/06/06 added Westall Kyle added back to summary apparently had been accidentally deleted-added Frank Dart’s lawsuit case; Wilson Oliver-Santa Fe NM-2017-05/25; KOAT2019/05/11 Warman.  2019/05/10 Utley. 2019/05/05 Webster Daniel added name, assoc. articles; 2019/04/29 Kyle Westall
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