POLICE FACTOR
NAMES   A1     A2     B1      B2     C1     C2     D      E      F      G     H     IJK     L     M1     M2     O     P     QR     S     T     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 C2:  Click on names below for summaries below this list      Champlin, Matt     Santa Fe, Santa Fe PD, Officer Chan, Tai     Santa Fe Police, Incident in Silver City, Deputy, Unruly, Shoot/Kill another deputy Chavez, Gordon  Albuquerque.  Corrections.  Probation.  Suit-Sexual Issue.  FBI-2013/09/03--Former New Mexico Probation Officer pleads guilty to sexual assault and false statement charges; 2014-Sentenced 18 months federal prison. Chavez, Jose Hatch/KOD (08/12/2016)     Chavez, Levi Albuquerque, Victim Tera Chavez Chavez, Peter   Espanola.  Espanola PD.  Officer.  2018/03 Named in 3 complaints: 1 of which was harassment.   Chavez, Robert     Deming, Offcier, Force, Victim Eckert     Chavez, Timothy     Albuquerque, Sex, Dropped     Chavez, Victoria Louise    Farmington.  Farmington PD.  1992/07/09 KOD.  Older Material: one of the few killed on duty in Farmington. Christesen, Ken      Sheriff, San Juan County (includes Farmington), previously in Region II Drug Task Force.  Spurred investig/catch dept. drug rings.  Suit against Christesen/$500K County settlement involving Utley, Haws, Wilcox. Clifton, Michael     Las Cruces, Officer, Crash, Misdemeanor, Tamper, Resigned   Coffman, Rod      Hobbs, Lea County.  Sheriff. Suicide 12/04/2011     Conley, Bill     Albuquerque, Chief, Patrolman, Lieutenant, Commissioner, Angel Fire  Search and Rescue, 32 years law enforcement, Associated with Linda Daniels case.       Contreras, Mario     Dexter, Dexter PD, Chief, Stalking; Received jail time appeal; badge barred in NM   Contreras, Mark     Silver City, Domestic, Stalk, Kill, Suicide, Victim Bascom  Coate, Caleb     Farmington.  Farmington PD.  Officer.  2011-Fired; Misdemeanor charges faced for dom viol, arrested put on leave Cook, Andrew     Albuquerque.  Shooting 1/9/2010 killing Aaron Renfro.  Cook was cleared by a grand jury nine months later. Corvinus, Clint     Alamagordo. Alamagord PD.  Officer. KOD 09/02/2016     Traffic Stop.  Suspect Joseph Moreno ran, officers Corvinus and rookie foot pursuit, shots exchanged, Corvinus shot but managed to shoot back and kill suspect. Corvinus succumbed to wounds at hospital. Corvinus was a 4 yr veteran. Cosban, Steve Costales, Sam     Albuquerque, Whistleblower, Lawsuit won     Countryman, Levi      Farmington, San Juan County, Sheriff’s Deputy, Drug Ring (2007).  Cartel participation.    Currell, Duane     Albuquerque, APD, Officer, Sex/Kidnap   SUMMARIES  C2:   BRIEF EXCERPTS/SOURCES NEW MEXICO POLICE (Chan, Tai. (2014) Santa Fe.  Deputy.  Killed another deputy Jeremy Martin via multiple gunshots to back during a brawl at a hotel. Chan is the nephew of Santa Fe County Commissioner Robert Anaya. http://www.koat.com/article/deputy-charged-in-murder-of-fellow-deputy-1/5060043 Chase, Christopher. (12/2004) Albuquerque. (OFC, FORCE) From Real Crimes:   “Dec. 2004: A teenage male was awarded $17,000 for his claim that APD Officer Christopher Chase beat him with a flashlight in September 2002.” http://www.realcrimes.com/Corruption_Overview.htm Chavez, Gordon  Albuquerque.  Corrections.  Probation.  Suit-Sexual Issue.  FBI-2013/09/03--Former New Mexico Probation Officer pleads guilty to sexual assault and false statement charges; 2014-Sentenced 18 months federal prison. Justice dot gov: (2014/03/03) https://www.justice.gov/usao-nm/pr/former-state-probation-officer-sentenced-prison-sexually-assaulting-woman- under-his Excerpt: Gordon Chavez, 36, a former probation officer with the New Mexico Corrections Department’s Division of Probation and Parole, was sentenced today to 18 months in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release on charges related to the sexual assault of a probationer whom he supervised.  Chavez previously pled guilty to one count of violating the victim’s right to bodily integrity when he touched her breasts against her will.  Chavez also pled guilty to one count of making material false statements to the FBI when he denied both touching the breasts of females whom he supervised and asking for naked photos of them. FBI dot gov: Former New Mexico Probation Officer Pleads Guilty to Sexual Assault and False Statement Charges 2013/09/03--https://archives.fbi.gov/archives/albuquerque/press-releases/2013/former-new-mexico-probation- officer-pleads-guilty-to-sexual-assault-and-false-statement-charges Albuquerque Journal: (2012/12/05) Probation officer accused of sex assault. https://www.abqjournal.com/151147/probation-officer-accused-of-sex-assault.html Chavez, Jose     Hatch KOD  (08/12/2016)Police Officer Jose Chavez was shot and killed while conducting a traffic stop on Franklin Street at approximately 3:40 pm.  One of the vehicle's passengers exited the vehicle during the stop and opened fire on Officer Chavez, wounding him. www.odmp.org/officer/22923-police-officer-jose-ismael-chavez http://kfoxtv.com/news/local/us-honor-flag-travels-to-borderland-to-honor-fallen-hatch-officer Chavez, Levi     Albuquerque.  Former Albuquerque Police Department (APD) officer Levi.  Cutting Edge News 10/06/2011: Meanwhile, former Albuquerque Police Department (APD) officer Levi Chavez who is charged with the 2007 murder of his wife in a case that could involve a crime ring that was sending stolen cars to Mexico, pleads not guilty. Earlier this year, the city government of Albuquerque paid out $230,000 to Tara Chavez’s family in a settlement of a wrongful death lawsuit. http://krqe.com/2016/12/05/levi-chavez-stalled-in-bid-to-get-law-enforcement-certification-back/ http://krqe.com/2015/07/16/levi-chavez-sues-detective-over-murder-investigation/ 07-27-2015--http://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/local_news/ex-officer-acquitted-of-wife-s-death-heading-to- law/article_b8005bab-3cbd-5887-985b-7892c02a76f2.html 07/29/2013--https://www.abqjournal.com/227488/albuquerque-police-chief-leaves-with-mixed-legacy.html http://www.koat.com/article/levi-chavez-civil-lawsuit-dismissed-1/5052711 10/06/2011--http://www.thecuttingedgenews.com/index.php?article=52865 https://www.nbcnews.com/dateline/video/the-officers-wife-part-1-49273411756 Chavez, Peter   Espanola.  Espanola PD.  Officer.  2018/03 Named in 3 complaints: 1 of which was harassment.   http://www.riograndesun.com/news/cops_courts/residents-lodge-complaints-against-police-dept/article_73a09d2c-3382-11e8- b6cf-1bd24046c927.html Chavez, Robert     (2013) Deming. Anal Probing incident in connection with David Eckert case. Huffington Post Case(s) (2016/09/14 - Decided) No. 15-2204 David Eckert, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. City of Deming; Bobby Orosco; Robert Chavez; Officer Hernandez; Hidalgo County; Hildalgo County Sheriff Officers David Arredondo, Robert Rodriguez, Patrick Green; Gila Regional Medical Center; Robert Wilcox, M.D.; Okay Odocha, M.D., Defendants. https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-10th-circuit/1748339.html The Blaze (2013/11/0)  New details emerge about New Mexico man at center of police departments anal probing controversy. https://www.theblaze.com/news/2013/11/07/new-details-emerge-about-new-mexico-man-at-center-of-police- departments-anal-probing-controversy Chavez, Timothy     Albuquerque.Saturday, August 25, 2007 Ex-Cop's Charges In Rape Dropped   https://www.abqjournal.com/news/metro/589002metro08-25-07.htm Chavez, Victoria Louise (New)   Farmington.  Farmington PD.  1992 KOD.  Older Material: one of the few killed on duty in Farmington. Christesen, Ken     Sheriff, San Juan County (includes Farmington), previously worked for Region II Drug Task Force.  Christen helped identify and encourage investigations for eventual capture drug rings in his department. Albuquerque Journal State Law Enforcement Academy finds former Sherif’’s office Captain lied  https://www.abqjournal.com/636929/state-law-enforcement-academy-finds-former-sheriffs-office-captain- lied.html  Borderland Beat (2011) http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2011/05/cartel-violence-cash-infiltrating-us.html Excerpt From Borderland Beat (2011): San Juan County.  “San Juan County Sheriff Ken Christesen said he’s “absolutely” concerned that cartels are targeting his deputies. “They’re already here,” he said. “There’s three cartels working in San Juan County right now.” In 2003, Christesen worked for the Region II Drug Task Force when officials caught a former deputy named Mike Marshall dealing drugs.  Then, in 2007, the FBI discovered traitors inside the drug task force. New Mexico State Police Officer Keith Salazar and former San Juan County Sheriff’s Deputy Levi Countryman were feeding information to a drug cartel.“To keep the cartels safe, they told them what the task force was doing on a daily basis,” Christesen said. “Every time an informant was developed, they passed that information on. Every time a search warrant was obtained, they passed that information on.”In essence, the cartels knew everything law enforcement was doing, he said.  All three of those men are now serving time in prison. But Christesen knows there are more crooked cops in bed with the cartels. http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2011/05/cartel-violence-cash-infiltrating-us.html SHANE UTLEY ISSUE Farmington Daily Times (2015/11/08) Academy Revokes Former Captain’s Certification http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/four-corners/2015/11/08/academy-revokes-former-captains- certification/75235774 Excerpt from Farmington Daily Times.  By Dan Schwartz (11/08/2015):  Utley, who worked in law enforcement for 25 years before retiring last year, did not return a phone call seeking comment for this story.  “It’s unfortunate that he worked that long in law enforcement and ended up this way, but this says a lot about character,” San Juan County Sheriff Ken Christesen said.  San Juan County Sheriff Ken Christesen (photo is in article) Utley and three other former employees of the Sheriff’s Office filed a lawsuit last year against Christesen claiming he retaliated against them with unjust demotions and work-place harassment because they wouldn’t support his re-election campaign. In early October, the county settled the lawsuit for $500,000.  Sheriff’s Office Capt. Brice Current, former Undersheriff Ron Anderson, the Sheriff’s Office, the county and its commissioners were also defendants. Lisa Haws, Matt Wilcox and Utley’s wife, Beth Utley, were the other plaintiffs.  The lawsuit claimed the accusations against Shane Utley were “bogus” and “nothing more than retaliation.” But Christesen says the academy determined Shane Utley is deceptive and lied.  Christesen described the lawsuit as a political torpedo aimed at his 2014 reelection campaign. He said the half-million-dollar settlement, a business decision by the county’s insurance company, has no bearing on accuracy of the claims made against him in the lawsuit.  “Everything we do is based on integrity,” he said. http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/four-corners/2015/11/08/academy-revokes-former-captains- certification/75235774 (2015/10/07) Lawsuit against Christesen:  County Pays $500K Settlement. By Dan Schwartz Case against this Sheriff by Shane Utley:  2015/10/07-https://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/farmington/2015/10/07/county-pays-500k-settle- lawsuit/73523316/ Lawsuit against Christesen: County pays $500K to settle lawsuit Excerpt: Former San Juan County Sheriff’s Office employees who filed a lawsuit more than a year ago against Sheriff Ken Christesen and others alleging retaliation have settled for $500,000, according to court documents (see Farmington Daily Times, by Dan Schwartz, 2015/10/07) ICE dot gov (2014/12/27) HSI Investigation Results 27 arrests accused NM drug traffickers https://www.ice.gov/news/releases/hsi-investigation-results-27-arrests-accused-nm-drug-traffickers Excerpt From ice dot gov (Article 12/27/2014):  “San Juan County Sheriff  said, ‘I am proud of the efforts of the Region II and HSI agents who put this case together. This partnership from state, local and federal agencies is an example of what can be accomplished when we work together to make our communities safer.”  https://www.ice.gov/news/releases/hsi-investigation-results-27-arrests-accused-nm-drug-traffickers Judith Miller: Mexicanization American Law Enforcement (2009 Autumn) The Mexicanization of American Law Enforcement http://www.judithmiller.com/6482/mexicanization-american-law-enforcement Excerpt from Judith Miller:  But sensitive task-force information kept leaking out to the Tarangos, much to Christesen's frustration. Every time Christesen got close to persuading someone to talk or testify in a drug- related case, the inquiry would fall apart. A parade of witnesses who had agreed to testify would suddenly change their minds. One potential witness in a drug case against Josh Tarango, Danny's younger brother, refused to testify in 2006 after her daughter's car was burned on her front lawn. "Every time we got close to tying Tarango to Countryman," Christesen recalls, "an informant would be burned"—intimidated, that is. "I began to think that our own building was bugged. I even asked the FBI to do a sweep." Tired of waiting for federal help, "we finally bought old equipment and did it ourselves." The sweep turned up nothing. Meanwhile, violence in San Juan County kept escalating, much of it apparently tied to Danny Tarango. http://www.judithmiller.com/6482/mexicanization-american-law-enforcement KOAT (2018/01/14) New Mexico Sheriff puts controversial post on social media 2018/01/14--http://www.koat.com/article/new-mexico-sheriff-puts-controversial-post-on-social- media/15160717 Scribd Complaint against San Juan County Sheriff Ken Christesen https://www.scribd.com/document/220210798/Complaint-against-San-Juan-County-Sheriff-Ken-Christesen Clifton, Michael. (2014) Las Cruces. Crash related issues, including tampering with evidence.  Excerpt Abq Journal.  By James Staley.  03/26/2014 Facing misdemeanor charges related to an early-morning crash on Interstate 25, a longtime Las Cruces police officer has resigned.  New Mexico State Police, the agency investigating the crash, has filed misdemeanor charges against Clifton – careless driving, leaving a crash scene, failure to give notice of a crash and failure to give a written report related to the crash.  He’s also facing evidence tampering charges, which in this case is classified as a petty misdemeanor. https://www.abqjournal.com/374417/cruces-officer-resigns-amid-charges.html Coate, Caleb    Farmington.  Farmington PD.  Officer.  2011-Fired; Misdemeanor charges faced for dom viol, arrested put on leave Albuquerque Journal: 2011 Farmington Police Officer accused of beating girlfriend is fired. https://www.abqjournal.com/70306/farmington-police-officer-accused-of-beating-girlfriend-is-fired.html  https://www.abqjournal.com/63031/farmington-police-officer-arrested-put-on-leave.html Coffman, Rod     (12/04/2011) Hobbs. Lea County Sheriff.  Apparent suicide .  Excerpt from ABQ Journal 12/6/201 By Rene Romo: Coffman worked for the Hobbs Police Department for seven years and then spent 13 years in the sheriff’s department, working his way up to the rank of captain, the highest nonelected position in the agency. Coffman, a Republican, was elected sheriff with nearly 59 percent of the vote in 2006, and he won re-election to a second four-year term in November 2010 by garnering 73.4 percent of the vote while running against a conservative independent candidate. The Lea County Sheriff’s Department is moving into a new $8 million headquarters in Lovington, and Coffman also presided over the creation of a regional emergency dispatch center and emergency operations center, said county manager Mike Gallagher. https://www.abqjournal.com/73430/lea-sheriff-apparent-suicide.html http://www.dps.state.nm.us/index.php/state-police-investigating-lea-county-sheriff-suicide/ Conley, Bill  Albuquerque, Chief, Patrolman, Lieutenant, Commissioner, Angel Fire  Search and Rescue, 32 years law enforcement, Associated with Linda Daniels case.   [Information Only]: AP News Archive (1986/01/21) District Attorney to file murder charges AP News Archive (1986) associated with Linda Daniels murder case. https://apnews.com/914cf7e5eec56841b32cee8a6e824f94 Excerpt:  Her fully clothed body was found early Monday in a culvert in the Jemez Mountains, about 90 miles northwest of Albuqerque, police said. ″If they hadn’t led us to the body, we never would have found it,″ said Albuquerque police Lt. Bill Conley. He said Miss Daniels apparently died of a gunshot wound to the head on Jan. 13, the day after her abduction. https://apnews.com/914cf7e5eec56841b32cee8a6e824f94 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bill.conley.7509 Retired after spending 32 years in law enforcement from Patrolman to Police Chief. Elected for two terms as Colfax County Commissioner, 2004-2012. Elected twice to the Board of the South Central Colfax County Special Hospital District 2002- 2012. Serving as chairman on the Board of Kit Carson Energy Inc., and as a charter member on the Board of Directors for Angel Fire Search and Rescue from 1990 until 2013. Plus a Charter member of the Angel Fire Rotary.  Education NM Military Institute, UNM. https://www.facebook.com/bill.conley.7509 Contreras, Mario. (2015) Dexter, Dexter PD, Chief, Stalking; Received jail time appeal; badge barred in NM     RDR News (2016/11/04) Contreras escapes jail time on appeal http://www.rdrnews.com/archive/?p=151277 Former Dexter Police Chief Mario R. Contreras, shown here in a cellphone video secretly recorded by a young woman working at a Dexter convenience store, has avoided jail time for harassing women in Dexter while on duty. Contreras agreed to a plea agreement Wednesday in which charges of battery and stalking will be dismissed, if he successfully completes one year of unsupervised [auth] probation. He also agreed to surrender his law enforcement certifiation in New Mexico. (Toby Martinez Screenshot) After appealing his convictions to district court, former Dexter police chief accepted a plea agreement Wednesday that will keep him out of jail, while ensuring that he never is employed by law enforcement again within the state of New Mexico. Mario R. Contreras accepted a plea agreement in district court Wednesday, without admitting guilt. He entered an Alford plea to one petty misdemeanor count of battery and one misdemeanor count of stalking, of which Contreras was found guilty of in May after a trial in magistrate court. An Alford plea is a guilty plea in criminal court, whereby a defendant asserts his innocence, but admits the evidence would likely persuade a judge or jury to find him guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Contreras, Mark. (2016) Silver City.  Murder, Suicide. Killed girlfriend then himself.  Excerpt from SC Daily 09/07/2016: Killed ex-girlfriend, then shot himself. Just over an hour after that second interaction with Nelson on April 21, Contreras tracked Bascom to a friend’s house in the 1300 block of Serinna Court. There, even after a witness was able to coax one gun away from the officer, Contreras produced another gun, and shot and killed Bascom, then himself. Notice update of US News-11/17/2017 http://www.scdailypress.com/site/2016/09/07/murder-suicide-cop-threatened-doctor/ http://www.scdailypress.com/site/2016/09/10/family-to-sue-town-county-in-murder-suicide/ https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/new-mexico/articles/2017-11-17/lawsuit-silver-city-hired-violent-cop-who-later- killed-ex KRQE (2015/12/24) Former Dexter Police Chief Charged with Stalking. By Cheyenne Cope. http://krqe.com/2015/12/24/former-dexter-police-chief-charged-with-stalking/ Excerpt:  Police Chief charged with stalking. The clerk claims Contreras had been harassing her for more than a year including once when he got into her car after work and refused to get out until she gave him a kiss. Police reports show other women in town say Contreras harassed them too, making crude gestures to them and touching them inappropriately. After months of investigation state police filed an arrest warrant for Contreras.  He turned himself in on Tuesday. He’s charged with three counts of battery and two counts of stalking.  Contreras bonded out of jail on a $1,500 cash or surety bond. http://krqe.com/2015/12/24/former-dexter-police-chief-charged-with-stalking/ Cook, Andrew     Albuquerque. APD.  Officer.  Shooting incident involving Aaron Renfro.  Cook was cleared by a grand jury nine months later 1/9/10. Alb. Journal APD Under fire incident summaries https://www.abqjournal.com/community-data/apd-under-fire-incident-summaries Excerpt:  1/9/10: Officer Andrew Cook shoots and kills Aaron Renfro Location: 5900 Wyoming NE Aaron Renfro, 32, was fatally shot by officer Andrew Cook after Renfro pulled a gun from his waistband during a foot chase that resulted from a traffic stop, according to police. Police said Renfro was riding in a car with two other men when officers stopped the car for speeding. According to police, Renfro gave them a fake name that had a warrant out for it. When officers asked Renfro and the other men to get out of the vehicle, police said Renfro took off running. When officers yelled at Renfro to stop running, he reached into his waistband, pulled out a gun and was fatally shot by Cook, according to police. Cook was cleared by a grand jury nine months later. (2010/01/12) updated police say man fatally show by albuq officer was career criminal. By Staff. https://www.abqjournal.com/11050/updated-police-say-man-fatally-shot-by-albuquerque-officer-was-‘career- criminal’.html Corvinus, Clint     Alamagordo. Alamagord PD.  Officer. KOD 09/02/2016     Traffic Stop.  Suspect Joseph Moreno ran, officers Corvinus and rookie foot pursuit, shots exchanged, Corvinus shot but managed to shoot back and kill suspect. Corvinus succumbed to wounds at hospital. Corvinus was a 4 yr veteran. Articles ODMP https://www.odmp.org/officer/22949-police-officer-clint-e-corvinus Defense Maven https://defensemaven.io/bluelivesmatter/news/watch-bodycam-footage-of-alamogordo-officer-clint-corvinus-s- murder-by-joseph-moreno-released-HT3gJezUOkmGHLyKyUc4Kg/ CBS News https://www.cbsnews.com/news/police-officer-clint-corvinus-killed-by-joseph-moreno-alamogordo-new-mexico/ Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwhrPsl9t5M Costales, Sam. 1-ALBQ/2-OFC/3-REF-WHISTLE  (2009) Albuquerque. Retired officer. Describes police abuses in Albuquerque. Won lawsuit against APD.  (Also see section Victim Incidents/Cases) Incident Aug. 9, 2006 involving Unser, Sr.  Lawsuit Samson Costales v. Schultz Memorandum Opinion and Order 2009/03/31. Watch for Antics - monkeys in the trees/background noise Case(s) Casemine 2009/03/31 Samson Sam Costales v. Schultz Civ No 07-827 MV/Act.  Memorandum Opinion and Order District Court D https://www.casemine.com/judgement/us/591467b9add7b049342b7e3e Articles Albuquerque Journal 2009/11/26 11/26/2009--https://www.abqjournal.com/news/metro/26224624341newsmetro11-26-09.htm 2010/04/03 Police Chief Removed From Lawsuit Judgment https://www.abqjournal.com/news/metro/030251metro04-03-10.htm MG Bralley -What’s Wrong with this picture blogspot 2009/11 Costales https://mgbralley-whatswrongwiththispicture.blogspot.com/2009/11/668000-costales.html NPR 2014/09/30 Albuquerque police dept faces fed and pub scrutiny 09/30/2014--https://www.npr.org/2014/09/30/352773117/albuquerque-police-department-faces-federal-and-public- scrutiny Youtube 03/06/2015--https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mz_PFI2zrRM [2nd in a series of 8 college classes entitled "Police Violence and Social Control". UNM  (Univ. of NM-ALBQ) tenured professor David Correia is the instructor.  Retired APD Officer Sam Costales is interviewed by UNM Junior Jack Cox and members of the  public] Countryman, Levi     Farmington, San Juan County, Sheriff’s Deputy, Drug Ring (2007).  Cartel participation.  Articles Borderland Beat (2011) http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2011/05/cartel-violence-cash-infiltrating-us.html Excerpt: “Then, in 2007, the FBI discovered traitors inside the drug task force. New Mexico State Police Officer Keith Salazar and former San Juan County Sheriff’s Deputy Levi Countryman were feeding information to a drug cartel.” http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2011/05/cartel-violence-cash-infiltrating-us.html Stop the Drug War (2007/12/07) http://stopthedrugwar.org/chronicle/2007/dec/07/law_enforcement_weeks_corrupt_co Excerpt: According to this federal indictment Countryman acted as the middleman while a Mexican national named Daniel Tarango did the actual dealing. The scheme described in the indictment was simple: Salazar handed over insider information to Countryman who then passed it along to Tarango making it nearly impossible for drug agents to catch him. http://stopthedrugwar.org/chronicle/2007/dec/07/law_enforcement_weeks_corrupt_co Currell, Duane. 1-ALBQ/2-OFC-APD/3-SEX-KIDNP  (06/20/2003) Albuquerque. Officer.  Excerpt From Real Crimes: “6/20/03: Albq. Journal: APD Officer Duane Currell was indicted on charges he coerced a woman into exposing herself and then grabbed her during a traffic stop.” Real Crimes: http://www.realcrimes.com/Corruption_Overview.htm  06/20/2003 http://www.koat.com/article/albuquerque-cop-indicted-on-sex-charges/5015479 Updates: 2019/07/09 Victorial Louise Chavez added to list. 2019/06/24 Chavez Peter added to list.  2019/06/12 Sam Costales watch for antics monkeys in trees added;MG Bralley-2009 article on Costales added. 2019/06/11 Corvinus Clint material added; 2019/06/10-Bill Conley material added to and updated, incl. his own Facebook info about himself.  2019/06/06 Chavez Gordon added Justice dot gov article showing sentence, added to existing fbi article about guilty plea, added alb jrnl-2012 article; 2019/06/06 Chase Christopher removed as his name was mistakenly applied to this list, he was not a police officer but a suspect killed by police during a chase; he apparently had stolen a police vehicle and had injured police before he was shot down. 2019/06/05 Carter Russell, added Cop Block-2016/11/19; Santa Fe New Mexican-2016/12/09; KRQE-2016/02/12; 2019/05/02 Carter Russel: added articles alb jrnl- 2016/0 Castillo Victor: added articles Lubbock Online/2012 and Newschannel 10/2012//08/10, Lubbock, 019/05/01 Christesen editing; 2019/04/30 edited/cleaned up the page from a recent transfer; going over information to add or consolidate, , this will be ongoing. Contreras, Mario added article rdr news-2016/11/4;  Campa, Joseph, article Las Cruces News- 2018/02/25; 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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