NAMES   A1     A2     B1     B2     C1     C2     D     E     F     G     H     IJK     L     M1     M2     O     P     QR     S     T    V    UW     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 A1: Click on names below for summaries below this list.    Ackerman, Steve     Hobbs, Lovington, LCSO, Sheriff  KOD 01/17/2017      Adair, Aaron     Los Alamos, Fire Department, Captain, Voyeurism 2010, Case Filed 2013, Suit Settled $850K 04/2015  Aguilar, Brent     Clovis. Clovis PD. Officer. Force. Issues 2014-2018. Three pending lawsuits as of 10/2018. Father is Dan Aguilar, Chief Investigator for 9th Judicial District.  Aaron, Chavez     Shooting deemed justified.  Jorge Corona - force issue     Aguirre, Michael    Silver City.  GCSO-Grant County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy-Sheriff. Issues 2017-2018. Was working as an officer for the Western New Mexico University Campus Police  Multiple issues, numerous charges, Sentenced 10 yrs (2018)   Ahrensfield, Brad     Albuquerque. APD. Officer. Issues 1990s+.  Multiple issues -force, abusive handling (ie, wrist fracture, another shattered wrist, stomach kicking) ignored proof of cleared warrants, name calling.   Alvarado, Vicente (Vincent)     Albuquerque, APD, Officer - Undercover, Lawsuits vs. City of Albuq and KOB TV. Rape issue dropped     Alvarez, Jose Enrique     Socorro. Socorro PD. Lieutenant. HQ (Texas Rangers/Texas Public Safety EXEC WARRANTS, opp drug     Anaya, Justin     Santa Fe PD, Detective Santa Fe, Possibly previously Officer Santa Rosa/Santa Fe.  Earlier: Santa Rosa, if same person , older material in Santa Rosa was about possible early police activity attending a crime scene (see Troy Pino case below) as uncertified officer in Santa Rosa and being around officers not doing their work right    Anders, Billy    Cloudcroft, Cloudcroft PD, Sergeant at time of 2004 execution incident;  2006 Mar indicted, imprisoned, 2007 Prison Release) Shot, executed handcuffed Killer. Indicted One Year of Prison.  Victim Earl Lee Flippen.    Armijo, Anthony    Espanola, Espanola PD, Officer, Hit Pedestrian, Found Not Guilty. former Rio Arriba County Sheriff’s Deputy.  (Rio Grande Sun article 02/2017) Signs of police brutality with Greg Esparza, seems cleared.  Spat with Cory Atencio-internal affairs investigation.  (See Greg Esparza, Cory Atencio) Armijo, Ernest (Chris)    Vaughn, Vaughn PD, Chief, Multiple issues, Felony in Texas  Armijo, Leonard     Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Dept.  Deputy-Sheriff. 2017/12/05-Lawsuit involving ACLU.  SUMMARIES  A1:   BRIEF EXCERPTS/SOURCES NEW MEXICO POLICE Ackerman, Steve   Hobbs and Lovington areas of Lea Couty, Sheriff, Lea County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO), Killed on Duty (KOD) 01/17/2017  Died in a one-occupant car accident near Encino when apparently mishandling a curve, toppling his vehicle and being thrown; found dead on scene.  NMSP handled situation. Ackerman was elected in 2014. Watch for Antics  Advise further investigation for possible foul play in connection with car accident which killed Steve Ackerman; he was a Three Strikes Supporter; check for papers he had in vehicle at time of accident, any political content of session he was driving to attend or potentially encendiary issues around time of death.  See more on Steve Ackerman on this website in the Blue Lives Matter section.   Obituary  https://prod3.meaningfulfunerals.net/?action=obituaries.obit_view&o_id=4079972&fh_id=11147 Facebook (as of 12/2017 his widow was still keeping up his Facebook account and adding notes): https://www.facebook.com/ackerman4sheriff/?hc_ref=ARQC47C-YfGhb- LEiYOamnY5Cl43jVanDfMO9f7siWdZ1vpDYYcgIAA3rAzdAk6dUlk&fref=nf Other Related Links 2017/01/18_http://www.everythinglubbock.com/news/kamc-news/friend-were-all-mourning-death-of-lea-county- sheriff/642404448 2017/08/02_krqe new mexico-news/authorities-southeastern-new-mexico-sheriff-killed-in-crash-lea-county- sheriffs-office-steve-ackerman/4374439/ 2017_http://krqe.com/2017/01/27/lea-county-deputies-unable-to-make-arrests-after-sheriffs-death/  [post-humus] 2017_http://krqe.com/2017/01/18/lea-county-sheriff-killed-in-crash/ 2017_http://krqe.com/2017/02/07/newly-appointed-lea-county-sheriff-takes-oath-of-office/  [Ackerman’s successor - Wester, Byron] https://www.policeone.com/Officer-Safety/articles/281433006-NM-sheriff-killed-in-rollover-crash/ 2017_https://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/briefs/authorities-lea-county-sheriff-killed-in-crash-en-route- to/article_e9625cb8-0d06-50db-8523-2e53e0856886.html 2017_https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jan/18/a-southeastern-new-mexico-sheriff-killed-in-car-cr/ Adair, Aaron  (2010,-2015) Los Alamos, Captain, Fire Department, Voyeurism 2010, Case Filed 2013, Suit Settled $850K 04/2015.   Case 2013/06/05-Filed: Noah v. Los Alamos County Case 1:13-cv-00526-CG-ACT Document 1 Articles Albuquerque Journal: (12/22/2010) Ex Los Alamos Fire Captain Sentenced in Video Voyeur Case. By Staff.. 2010/12/22--https://www.abqjournal.com/10762/ex-los-alamos-fire-captain-sentenced-in-video-voyeur- case.html  Los Alamos Monitor.com 2010/12/21 Former LA fire captain sentencedAdair gets 364 days of supervised probation after pleading no contest to two charges. By Carol A. Clark  www.lamonitor.com/content/former-la-fire-captain-sentenced A former Los Alamos fire captain charged with videotaping a female firefighter in the shower area of Station 3 in White Rock Oct. 18 was sentenced this morning in Magistrate Court. Judge Pat Casados sentenced Aaron Adair, 36, to 364 days conditional probation. “He plead no contest to the two charges (voyeurism and tampering with evidence) and he was given a conditional discharge,” Casados said www.lamonitor.com/content/former-la-fire-captain-sentenced County Settles Suit $850k (2015/11/11) County settles suit. By Tris DeRoma https://www.lamonitor.com/content/county-settles-suit-850k LAFD: Payout to avoid legal wrangling; no fault admitted in deal, according to the county… Jessie Noah, a former firefighter with the Los Alamos Fire Department, has settled a sexual harassment suit with Los Alamos County for $850,000…. Noah filed her case in the summer of 2013 after working at the department for about seven years. In her suit, she accused three firefighters, former Capt. Aaron Adair, then-Capt. Jerry Adair and then- Capt. Jeff Wetteland.  Jerry Adair and Wetteland are still with the department. Aaron Adair and Noah have left the department. Noah’s case was settled in April. Jerry and Aaron are brothers. LAFD’s chief at the time, Juan Pacheco, also has left the department. https://www.lamonitor.com/content/county-settles-suit-850k Santa Fe New Mexican (2010/12/21) Judge hands ex-captain probation, apology for workplace voyeurism .Man also gets 364 days supervised probation. By Geoff Grammer 2010/12/21_https://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/local_news/judge-hands-ex-captain-probation- apology-for-workplace-voyeurism/article_8d5a1b0c-dea9-59be-9825-5809d36e5a19.html (2010/11/18) Firefighter Facing Voyeurism Charge Resigns 2010/11/18_https://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/local_news/nm-firefighter-facing-voyeurism- charge-resigns/article_538bb103-ec1a-528e-9954-4434295714d8.html Other Links - Adair http://www.firelawblog.com/2013/06/23/victim-of-infamous-los-alamos-bathroom-cam-files-suit/ https://www.abqjournal.com/213544/female-firefighter-sues-over-harassment.html Aguilar, Brent     (2014) Clovis, Clovis PD, Officer, Force  (2014). Three pending lawsuits as of 10/2018. Father is Dan Aguilar, Chief Investigator for 9th Judicial District.  Aaron Chavez Shooting deemed justified.  Jorge Corona - force issue. Articles ABC 7 Amarillo (2019/04/12) Panel of District Attorneys deem deadly officer-involved shooting-back-on-duty ... abc7amarillo.com/.../panel-of-district-attorneys-deem-deadly-officer-involved-shootin... A panel of District Attorneys has determined that the officer-involved shooting of Aaron Chavez by Clovis Police officer Brent Aguilar was justified, according to 9th Judicial District Attorney Andrea Reeb. The shooting took place on Oct. 8, 2018, in the 600 block of (2019/04/12) Panel of District Attorneys deem deadly officer-involved shooting-back-on-duty ... KRQE 2019/05/28. Clovis police officer involved in deadly 2018 shooting named in new lawsuit. By Marissa Lucero. https://www.krqe.com/news/new-mexico/clovis-police-officer-involved-in-deadly-2018-shooting- named-in-new-lawsuit/2035475714 CLOVIS, N.M. (KRQE) - A New Mexico family is suing after they say a police officer who was supposed to perform a welfare check, instead allowed his dog to attack a man for no reason. The lawsuit, filed two weeks ago, names two officers, the chief, and the Clovis Police Department as the defendants. According to the lawsuit, in February, a woman called police saying her son was "suicidal." Three officers responded, including K-9 Officer Brent Aguilar and Sgt. Travis Loomis. The lawsuit states that when officers went to speak to him, the man told them he was okay but refused to let them in the apartment. The family's attorney said officers had their lapel cameras on, and that you can hear them planning to release the K-9 on the man even though they reassured him that he wasn't in any trouble and that they didn't want to hurt him. https://www.krqe.com/news/new-mexico/clovis-police-officer-involved-in-deadly-2018-shooting- named-in-new-lawsuit/2035475714   Police Center (this video seems gone as of 05/02/2019) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DbcwFkDlL0   - You Tube Video clip/article from Police Center https://goo.gl/jR7Abo  Excerpt from Police Center: See You Tube video clip Clovis, NM - A Clovis police officer is facing an internal investigation for use of force, police said Wednesday in a news release.  While police did not release the officer’s name, Attorney Dan Lindsey claims Officer Brent Aguilar slammed his handcuffed client to the ground during a traffic stop on Aug. 3.  Lindsey has asked New Mexico State Police to start a criminal investigation against Aguilar.  Lindsey said Jorge Corona, 26, suffered a broken cheek and other injuries after being slammed face first into pavement by Aguilar. Corona was charged with concealing his identity and resisting arrest, both misdemeanors. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DbcwFkDlL0   - You Tube Video clip/article from Police Center https://goo.gl/jR7Abo  Eastern New Mexico News (2018/10/1) Officer involved in shooting back on duty 2018/10/10--https://www.easternnewmexiconews.com/story/2018/10/17/news/officer-involved-in- shooting-back-on-duty/159583.html KRQE (2018/10/19)Clovis cop who fatally shot suspect named in 3 pending lawsuits. By KRQE Media. https://www.krqe.com/news/new-mexico/clovis-cop-who-fatally-shot-suspect-named-in-3-pending- lawsuits/1534326101 Excerpt from KRQE: Three pending lawsuits are moving forward against a New Mexico police officer who was involved in a recent deadly shooting. State Police say 22-year-old Aaron Chavez was shot and killed last week in Clovis following a chase with police. Officers say Chavez reached inside his pocket and pulled out a chainsaw blade. That's when Clovis Police Officer Brent Aguilar opened fire, killing Chavez.This is just the latest incident involving the officer. According to court records, Aguilar is named in three pending lawsuits. Two of those claim excessive force. Aguilar is also named in a lawsuit against the Clovis Police Department, claiming racial discrimination and profiling. 2018/10/19--https://www.krqe.com/news/new-mexico/clovis-cop-who-fatally-shot-suspect-named-in-3- pending-lawsuits/1534326101 Other Links - Aguilar 2016-01-21--https://abc7amarillo.com/news/local/man-who-was-slammed-to-ground-by-clovis-officer- found-not-guilty https://www.dps.nm.gov/index.php/news-releases/item/124-nm-state-police-investigate-clovis-police- department-shooting 2014/10/23--https://www.abqjournal.com/484713/officials-excessive-force-allegations-being- investigated-by-fbi.html Aguirre, Michael  Silver City. (GCSO) Grant County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy-Sheriff. Issues 201-2018. Was working as an officer for the Western New Mexico University Campus Police  Multiple issues, numerous charges, Sentenced to ten years (2018) Articles Silver City Daily Press (2018/08/07) Former deputy sentenced to ten years. By Christine Steele. 2018/08/07--http://www.scdailypress.com/site/2018/08/07/former-deputy-sentenced-to-10-years/ Excerpt:  Former Grant County Sheriff’s Deputy Michael Aguirre was sentenced to 10 years in prison Monday for a series of violent domestic assaults he committed last year. But the state agreed that his charges wouldn’t be classified as serious violent felonies, meaning he can earn up to 50 percent good time off his sentence — and could be released in as few as five years.  Aguirre, who served 20 years with the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, followed by a stint with the Western New Mexico University Police before his legal troubles began last year, was facing up to 26 and a half years in prison on 13 charges in four separate cases, according to a plea agreement presented Monday in District Court. Sentencing was to be at the discretion of the court, and could have been as little as probation or up to 26 and a half years, but the state agreed to a cap of 10 years.  Aguirre’s defense attorney, Daniel Dietzel, argued for a sentence of probation with inpatient treatment, and said his client was waiting on a bed at Men in Recovery or another long-term inpatient treatment program. He presented letters from Aguirre’s wife, parents, aunt and uncle, and the forensic evaluation and a report from Mesilla Valley Hospital.  “What the family wants — and that includes a lot of the victims,” Dietzel said, “is they want him to get help, and that is inpatient treatment.” 2018/08/0--http://www.scdailypress.com/site/2018/08/07/former-deputy-sentenced-to-10-years/ (2018/07/13) Former deputy gets probation in Las Cruces.  By Christine Steele. 2018/07/13--http://scdailypress.com/site/2018/07/13/former-deputy-gets-probation-in-las-cruces/ 2018/07/06  Aguirre charged with felony assault 2018/07/06--http://scdailypress.com/site/2018/07/06/aguirre-charged-with-felony-assault/ SC Sun (2017/10/20) State Police releases more information Aguirre shooting 2017/10/20--https://www.scsun-news.com/story/news/crime/2017/10/20/state-police-releases-more- information-aguirre-shooting/786307001/ (2017/05/23) Former police officer back custody numerous charges 2017/05/23--http://www.scsun-news.com/story/news/crime/2017/05/23/former-police-officer-back- custody-numerous-charges/102083588/  Excerpt from SCSUN-05/23/2017: Twenty counts of aggravated battery on a household member; three counts of child abuse; aggravated DWI; possession of a controlled substance; resisting, evading, obstruction of an officer; and aggravated stalking. He was transported to the Grant County Detention Center for booking.Michael Aguirre, 40, of Silver City, retired from the Grant County Sheriff’s Office and was working as an officer for the Western New Mexico University Campus Police Department when he was arrested earlier this month. Since then, according to WNMU, Aguirre is no longer employed at the Campus Police Department.Aguirre was reportedly following a female on Hwy 90 S Monday morning at around 8:20 a.m. The woman phoned 911, and officers from the Silver City Police Department, Grant County Sheriff’s Department and State Police were all dispatched to the scene. A criminal complaint alleges that Aguirre intentionally crashed into the woman’s vehicle near milepost 37, then fled the scene on foot.  http://www.scsun-news.com/story/news/crime/2017/05/23/former-police-officer-back- custody-numerous-charges/102083588/ KRQE (2017/10/05) State police investigator involved shooting in Silver City 2017/10/05--http://krqe.com/2017/10/05/state-police-investigate-officer-involved-shooting-in-silver-city/ Excerpt from KRQE-10/05/2017: …he was at it again. Las Cruces Police say Aguirre tied up his mother, beat her, stole money and her car, and cut off his court ordered ankle monitor.Just after 1 a.m. Silver City Police tracked him down. Investigators say he rammed a patrol car, so an officer shot him in the neck. Police say Aguirre will be fine. However, he now faces a long list of new charges. 2017/10/05--http://krqe.com/2017/10/05/state-police-investigate-officer-involved-shooting-in-silver-city/ Other Links - Aguirre 2006/08/17--https://www.abqjournal.com/23042/855am-deputies-could-face-charges.html Ahrensfield, Brad  Albuquerque. APD. Officer. Issues 1990s+.  Multiple issues -force, abusive handling (ie, wrist fracture, another shattered wrist, stomach kicking) ignored proof of cleared warrants, name calling.    Watch for Antics  There are a strange number of cases and repeated paid out settlements associated with this man which need to be double-checked. See Andrew LeHockey and Dog Bites with similar number of serious incidents/lawsuits. Articles Real Crimes http://www.realcrimes.com/Corruption_Overview.htm  Settlements: $2,000, $10,000, $25,000, $40,000, $20,000 1. Kevin Lamkin Case: 11/06/1996 Albuquerque.  APD Officer Brad Ahrensfield stopped motorist Kevin Lamkin and informed him there were warrants out for his arrest.  Lamkin presented paperwork that proved the warrants had already been cleared up, but Ahrensfield allegedly crumbled them up, resorted to name-calling and abusive handling of Lamkin, and arrested him anyway.  Lamkin’s case against Ahrensfield was settled out of court for $2,000. 2. Steven Salazar Case: 10/12/1997: APD Officer Brad Ahrensfield stopped at a scene where a vehicle was stopped on a median, used pepper spray on the passenger, Steven Salazar, and allegedly kicked him in the stomach when Salazar refused to lie on the ground.  The incident was settled for $10,000. 3. Jim Vigil Sr Case: 10/26/1997: APD Officer Brad Ahrensfield was one of several officers outside an Albuquerque home during the arrest of Jim Vigil Jr.  Virgin’s father protested the rough treatment of his son and decided to get a video camera from inside the house.  Ahrensfield allegedly tackled Vigil Sr. “with such force that he was thrown into the bushes” and stepped on his hand and wrist, causing a wrist fracture.  The City settled the suit for $25,000.  4. Nightclub patron case: 12/21/1997: APD Officer Brad Ahrensfield was alleged to have dragged a patron out of a nightclub, used pepper spray on him, and shoved him to the ground with such force that he shattered the man’s right wrist.  The case was settled for $40,000. 5. Kippy Rhoten Case: 06/28/1998: APD Officer Brad Ahrensfield was alleged to have punched motorist Kippy 4. Rhoten in the face five times after pulling him over to tell him to turn his car stereo down.  A Metro Court judge ruled Ahrensfield innocent, but the City Attorney’s office ended up paying a settlement of $20,000. http://www.realcrimes.com/Corruption_Overview.htm  Officer dot com 2012/11/15   Former Albuquerque Police Officer's Conviction Upheld The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit has upheld the felony obstruction of justice conviction against former Albuquerque police officer Brad Ahrensfield. https://www.officer.com/home/news/10830002/former-albuquerque-police-officer-brad-ahrensfields- conviction-upheld Excerpt:  The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit has upheld the felony obstruction of justice conviction against former Albuquerque police officer Brad Ahrensfield, court records show.Ahrensfield was sentenced to six months and a day in prison in September 2011 for tipping off a friend about a 2009 investigation into allegations of narcotics and stolen merchandise trafficking out of the friend's business. Last year's trial was the second against Ahrensfield. In 2010, he was found innocent of lying to the FBI , and the jury hung on the obstruction of justice charge.A hrensf ield's attor ney, Jason Bowles, said he plans to appeal the case to the U.S. Supreme Court."The government acted unethically," Bowles said Wednesday, the same day the Appeals Court issued its opinion. "I'm taking this case as far as I can to expose the government for what they did to a guy who did not commit a crime."He said Ahrensfield likely will have to report for his prison term some time in the next 90 days -- unless the high court agrees to hear the case within that time. https://www.officer.com/home/news/10830002/former-albuquerque-police-officer-brad-ahrensfields- conviction-upheld See Also: 2011_KOAT 7:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nypw7ElcQzY (2011) 2012_https://www.abqjournal.com/113212/ahrensfield-to-stay-out-of-jail.html (2012) 2015_http://progressnownm.org/2015/01/19/heres-a-look-at-apds-troubling-past-of-retaliating-against- those-who-oppose-them-and-how-the-national-press-is-covering-the-charges-against-apds-own/  (2015) Alvarado, Vincent (Vicente)   Albuquerque   Case Alvarado vs. City of Albuquerque.  There are associated allegations of rape by Syra Roman. Case(s) Casemine 2008/09/08  Alvarado vs. City of Albuquerque https://www.casemine.com/judgement/us/5914b1c5add7b0493475b841 Caselaw 2007/07/13   Avlarado vs. KOB-TV https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-10th-circuit/1352730.html KOB-TV, for broadcasting their identities and their undercover status in the context of their suspected involvement in an alleged incident of sexual assault.   The officers were never charged, and about a week after the broadcasts, the city police department announced publicly that it had concluded the officers were not involved in the alleged sexual assault https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-10th-circuit/1352730.html Alvarez, Jose Enrique    Socorro. Socorro PD. Lieutenant. Texas Rangers and Texas Public Safety became involved in this small central New Mexican town police/drugs issue. Articles KVIA 2014/03/10  Names of Police Officers arrested have been released. By Whitney Burbank https://www.kvia.com/news/names-of-socorro-police-officers-arrested-have-been-released/55619331 Excerpt:  Their names and charges, according to jail records and Texas Department of Public Safety: Raul Huerta-communications shift supervisor, arrested for alleged delivery of marijuana greater than 5 pounds but under or equal to 50 pounds Lt. Jose Enrique Alvarez, arrested for alleged official oppression Sgt Refugio Orta, arrested for alleged official oppression Officer Israel Delgado, arrested for alleged oppression and tampering with governmental records Detective Javier Varela, arrested for alleged official oppression and tampering with government record with intent to defraud or harm and aggravated perjury https://www.kvia.com/news/names-of-socorro-police-officers-arrested-have-been-released/55619331 Anaya, Justin   Santa Fe PD, Detective in Santa Fe, Possibly previously Officer in Santa Rosa/Santa Fe.  Earlier: Santa Rosa, if same person , older material in Santa Rosa was about possible early police activity attending a crime scene (see Troy Pino case below) as uncertified officer in Santa Rosa and being around officers not doing their work right Articles Real Crimes on Troy Pino: My son, Troy Pino, 30, died in University Hospital in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on June 11, 2002, following a brutal physical assault by a girlfriend’s ex-husband….  Three Santa Rosa Police officers then arrived at Hope’s home.  The two who filed reports state in those reports that they were “dispatched,” but according to Police Chief Jesus Roybal, there are no dispatch records for that evening.  The first officer to arrive was Ed Lucero’s nephew, Officer Justin Anaya, who at that time was not a certified police officer. The second to arrive, Officer Anthony Ortega, was not certified either.  The supervising officer, Officer Joe E. Martinez, arrived somewhat later.  He is Edward Lucero’s best friend. http://www.realcrimes.com/Pino/Troy_Pino.htm Santa Fe New Mexican (informational) 2015/05/05 Police  [including Justin Anaya] arrest sexual assault suspect https://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/local_news/police-arrest-sexual-assault- suspect/article_6675efd6-61de-5f25-b1d9-cc7c2076ba24.html Anders, Billy   Cloudcroft, Cloudcroft PD, Sergeant at time of 2004 execution incident;  2006 Mar indicted, imprisoned, 2007 Prison Release) Shot, executed handcuffed Killer. Indicted One Year of Prison.  Victim Earl Lee Flippen. Watch for Antics  Only a year for voluntary manslaughter?  Notice the applauding tone over the execution-red flag. Articles Albuquerque Journal (2010/10/15) Update: Conviction of white supremacist upheld in plot to murder deputy. Abq Jrnl Staff. 2010/10/15--https://www.abqjournal.com/9808/updated-conviction-of-white-supremacist-upheld-in- plot-to-murder-deputy.html Excerpt:  Prosecutors said Arrington was involved with another man, Robert Guyton Cook, in arranging meetings to set up a revenge hit on Anders because he had killed an Aryan Brotherhood leader near Cloudcroft in December 2004. Cook was sentenced to 15 years in prison on the same charges. Anders was targeted following his response to a domestic violence call during which he fatally shot Earl Lee Flippen, who had been wounded and was handcuffed after he killed Anders’ partner in a gunfight.  Anders was sentenced in March 2006 to a year in prison after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter. Prosecutors argued that brotherhood members communicated their plan to kill Anders using coded notes that reached behind prison walls. The plot was never carried out. 2010/10/15--https://www.abqjournal.com/9808/updated-conviction-of-white-supremacist-upheld-in- plot-to-murder-deputy.html Billy Anderson dot com http://www.billyandersauthor.com/About-Us.html [Billy Anders Author dot com-extracted 01/11/2018] Excerpt from what seems to be his personal website-Billy Aderson Author dot com: Billy Anders was commissioned an Air Force officer in 1965.  He became a police officer in 1974 and began flying police helicopters in 1975.  His law enforcement career spanned 31 years...23 of those were in San Antonio, Texas; the remainder were in New Mexico.  He retired from the Air Force (Res) Security Police in 1993. Committed to helping new officers learn from his experiences, good and bad! http://www.billyandersauthor.com/About-Us.html [Billy Anders Author dot comextracted 01/11/2018] CNN/Anderson Cooper (2006/05/11) Cop accepts prison after videotaped 2006/05/11--http://www.cnn.com/CNN/Programs/anderson.cooper.360/blog/2006/05/cop-accepts- prison-after-videotaped.html El Paso Inc (2009/03/09) From Prison a cop thanks his hometown. By Robert Gray 2009/03/09--http://www.elpasoinc.com/news/from-prison-a-cop-thanks-his- hometown/article_b5172d1f-4608-5188- New York Times (2006/03/17) An officer seen as a hero faces a year behind bars 2006/03/17--http://www.nytimes.com/2006/03/17/us/an-officer-seen-as-a-hero-faces-a-year-behind- bars.html Excerpt from New York Times-2006/03/17:  But the district attorney, Scot D. Key, said he had had no choice: "It goes without saying that when you have a videotape that clearly shows a police execution, it's just screaming for prosecution."If Sergeant Anders had not agreed to plead guilty, Mr. Key said, federal prosecutors, concerned about the possibility of acquittal by a state jury, were prepared to try him under a civil rights statute that could have sent him to prison for life. His guilty plea carried a sentence of up to seven years; the one year the judge gave him was the lightest possible term. 2006/03/17--http://www.nytimes.com/2006/03/17/us/an-officer-seen-as-a-hero-faces-a-year-behind- bars.html Police Mag (2008/10/09) Two Aryan brotherhood members convicted in plot to kill NM deputy 2008/10/09--http://www.policemag.com/channel/patrol/news/2008/10/09/two-aryan-brotherhood- members-convicted-in-plot-to-kill-n-m-deputy.aspx Other Links - Billy Anderson 2015/book--57 pcs cldcrft puzzle https://outskirtspress.com/billyanders  9d19-e871464c8ffa.html 2006/03/21--http://www.wnd.com/2006/03/35341/ 2006/03/04--ttp://www.koat.com/article/judge-sentences-former-deputy-to-one-year-behind-bars-for- man-s-killing/5022154 Armijo, Anthony     Espanola, Espanola PD, Officer, Hit Pedestrian, Found Not Guilty. former Rio Arriba County Sheriff’s Deputy.  (Rio Grande Sun article 02/2017) Signs of police brutality with Greg Esparza, seems cleared.  Spat with Cory Atencio-internal affairs investigation.  (See Greg Esparza, Cory Atencio) November 22, 2016 pedestrian hit incident on Paseo de Onate Watch for Antics   Possible suspicious private Investigation into Greg Esparza with Armijo present at incident Articles Rio Grande Sun November 22, 2016 incident on Paseo de Onate (2017/02/20) Woman hit by officer sues city, police department.  By Jennifer Garcia. 02/20/2017--http://www.riograndesun.com/news/woman-hit-by-officer-sues-city-police- department/article_794a7aae-f783-11e6-9caa-9f84a71bad92.html Incident involving Rosalia Martinez: Excerpt:   A woman injured after being hit by an Española Police officer’s vehicle while crossing the street, is suing the Española Police Department.  Attorney Kimberly Brusuelas, of the Fifth Street Law Offices in Albuquerque, sent a letter addressed to the Española Police Department Administration, dated Jan. 12, giving them notice of a tort claim and demanding evidence be preserved.   Paralegal Courtney Johnson of Fifth Street Law Offices said Brusuelas helped Rosalia Martinez file the initial notice and demand, but is not representing her.On Jan. 23, Santa Fe-based Attorney Peter Culbert sent a notice to Mayor Alice Lucero, informing her that Martinez was giving notice to the city that she was filing a tort claim, after the Nov. 22 incident on Paseo de Oñate, involving Officer Anthony Armijo…He said Armijo saw the couple, who was hesitating to cross the road, and he went left, to avoid striking them directly, as they crossed. As a result, Armijo collided with the center median and a tree, but not before clipping the woman with the passenger side mirror of his Ford Expedition. 02/20/2017--http://www.riograndesun.com/news/woman-hit-by-officer-sues-city-police- department/article_794a7aae-f783-11e6-9caa-9f84a71bad92.html 2017/02/09 Investigation clears city officer [Greg Esparza] 02/09/2017--http://www.riograndesun.com/news/cops_courts/investigation-clears-city- officer/article_481827d4-eee5-11e6-b557-b3bb841ab3dd.html Issue involving Greg Esparza: Excerpt from photo area:  Española Police Officer Greg Esparza throws Virginia Valdez to the ground, June 6, in a still shot taken from Officer Anthony Armijo’s lapel video camera. Valdez, driving her van, was accused, by Armijo, of stealing it, following a shoplifting incident involving her relatives. While Valdez screamed that she could not get on her knees, Esparza approached and threw her to the ground. Issue involving Cory Atencio: Excerpt:  However, the contract for the internal affairs investigation into the spat between officers Cory Atencio and Anthony Armijo cost $4,292, including Gross Receipts Tax and expenses. (2016/11/14) Shots fired during car chase From Rio Grande Sun 11/14/2016: Former Rio Arriba County Sheriff's deputy and current Española Police Officer Anthony Armijo fired shots at a vehicle on Saturday, after a chase ensued. New Mexico State Police are investigating the incident 2016/11/14--http://www.riograndesun.com/news/cops_courts/shots-fired-during-car- chase/article_d3e5eb96-aa81-11e6-9407-d35772c3b8e4.html  Armijo, Ernest (Chris)  (2012) Vaughn. Vaughn PD. Police Chief.   Multiple.  Felony conviction in Texas. Articles   Our Tax Dollars At Work (2012/09/27)  Vaughn New Mexico’s Police Force Has One Certified Police Officer – A Drug Sniffing Dog – Police Chief Ernest “Chris” Armijo Quits After News Stories About His Not Being Able To Carry A Gun Because Of Criminal Background – Owes Tens Of Thousands In Child Support And Faces New Felony Charges https://ourtaxdollarsatwork.wordpress.com/?s=ernest+armijo Excerpt from Our Tax Dollars at Work:  The police chief of the small eastern New Mexico town of Vaughn resigned Wednesday, leaving the town with just one certified member on its police force — a drug-sniffing dog named Nikka.  Dave Romero, attorney for the town, said Wednesday that police Chief Ernest “Chris” Armijo decided to step down after news stories reported that he wasn’t allowed to carry a gun because of his criminal background.  “He decided the attention was distracting,” Romero said.  State officials said Armijo couldn’t carry a gun since acknowledging that he owed tens of thousands of dollars in delinquent child support payments in Texas. Armijo also faces new felony charges after being accused of selling a town-owned rifle and pocketing the cash.  Romero said Armijo is working to clear up the latest case. He said Armijo has not ruled out seeking the police chief’s position again if his case is resolved and the position is open. https://ourtaxdollarsatwork.wordpress.com/?s=ernest+armijo New York Daily News (2012/09/27) With Vaughn, New Mexico, police chief out over his past conviction, only cop with CLEAN record is the drug-sniffing DOG!. By Victoria Cavaliere http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/top-dog-new-mexico-town-officer-drug-sniffing-pooch- named-nikka-article-1.1169639 Excerpt:  Meantime, Chief Armijo hadn't been able to carry a firearm since pleading guilty in January to failing to pay thousands of dollars in child support in Texas, a felony in that state. "The law is very clear. You cannot be a convicted felon and be a police officer in New Mexico," said Gordon Eden, cabinet secretary for the New Mexico Department of Public Safety. The town got Armijo a Taser, but the embattled chief has also been fighting allegations of selling a town-owned rifle and of using drug evidence to "train" Nikka. http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/top-dog-new-mexico-town-officer-drug-sniffing-pooch- named-nikka-article-1.1169639 Armijo, Leonard (new)   Bernalillo County Sheriff's Dept. Updates: 2019/06/03 Adair Aaron 2010/12/21.  LA 2019/06/02 Atencio Cory Espanola added notes to brief excerpt.  2019/05/05 Atencio Cory added article Rio Grande 2018/03/01; 2019/05/03  Armijo Ernest NY Daily News article added, Atencio Cory added; Armijo Anthony Rio Grande Sun (2017/02/09), Anders Billy El Paso Inc-2009/03/09, Albq Jrnl- (2010/10/15); 2019/05/02 Aguirre Michael material added including Silver City Daily Press (2018) showing ten years sentence; Aguilar Brent material added including ABC 7 Amarillo- 2019/04/12, KRQE -2018/10/11; 2019/04/25 editing and more on Ackerman (Face Book Blue Warrior) and Adair. 2018/12/08 edited layout aand title area; 2018/09/16 Capehart, Daniel NMSP added/Albq Jrnl, Justice.gov, etc; 2018/01/31Artis,JereyHO-SUIT-DISCR;01/18/2018 Carter, Russ-ALBQ DET added; 01/11/2018 page cleaned up incl duplicate names index, etc.; Anders, Billy-CLD added; 01/06/2018: Dear, Jaremy excerpt from Albq Jrnl 2016/06/23;  01/03/2018 approx Duran-SNTA FE; 12/30/2017 Chavez, Gordon ex-CORR FBI record; 12/25/2017  Costales, Sam links incl UNM Youtube video; Brown, CJ links 2nd NMDAS, Occupy; Burns Larry links added TDaily Mail, he Blaze; Babcock Todd 2015-16 material;Avila, Greg status shifted to Deceased from 08/2015; Error correction - suspect, not police officer -Apodaca, Paul removed as police officer and added to Merriman , Ronald as suspect12/24/2017 changes to placement of various sections; codes moved to separate page (see link); some amplification of and changes to codes 11/26/2017 Chavez, Jose (KOD/Hatch 08/12/2016);; Coffman, Rod/DS/Lea County/apparent suicide 2011;  Wilson, Dusty; Wallace, Edmund/lea county/sex abuse of inmate; 11/25/2017 Justice dt gov CASA APD monitoring report; 11/05/2017 Threlkeld, Eric/Carlsbad/ letter to editor Current Argus/on domestic violence issues/reforms; Emmert, Richard/Farmington/cleared of charges;Vigil, Matthew/Espanola/Child Abuse; Malone, Casey/Farmington/clearing allegations regarding another officer. 05/29/2017; 03/19/2017
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