On February 6, 2019 at approximately 1834 hours, Officers were dispatched to Hudson Chevron (809 N Hudson) in reference to a silent hold up alarm. Upon arrival Officers spoke to a clerk and a manager who was on scene. The clerk advised that an unknown subject pointed a gun stating: “give me all your money”. The clerk gave a description of the unknown suspect wearing all black. The unknown suspect was also wearing a black beanie that had a green design on it. The clerk gave the suspect the money that was in the cash register. The suspect left scene and ran towards College Avenue. Officers were unable to locate the suspect. The investigation is still ongoing.
Crimestoppers is offering a reward of $750.00 to anyone that has information leading to an arrest. I also encourage anyone that has information to please contact the Silver City Police Department Investigation’s Bureau at 575-538-3723.
[Editor's Note: This is part six and the final article about almost seven hours of meeting between the Commission work and regular sessions.]
By Mary Alice Murphy
To continue from part 5 of the two Grant County Commission meetings on Jan. 22 and 24, 2019, which can be read at http://www.grantcountybeat.com/news/news-articles/48982-grant-county-commission-work-and-regular-sessions-jan-22-and-24-2019-part-5 , commissioners began with resolutions.
[Editor's Note: This is part 5 of a multipart series of articles on the Grant County Commission work session on January 22, 2019 and regular meeting on Jan. 24, 2019.]
Commissioners at the regular meeting of the Grant County Commission heard public input and addressed the agenda, after the election of chairman and vice chairman, which can be read at http://www.grantcountybeat.com/news/news-articles/48820-grant-county-commission-regular-meeting-starts-out-contentiously-part-3-012419 and the recognition of the Road Department for accomplishing 491 days straight without a lost-time accident and a public hearing on a low-income property tax rebate ordinance, which can be read at http://www.grantcountybeat.com/news/news-articles/48895-grant-county-commission-work-and-regular-sessions-of-jan-22-and-24-2019-part-4 .
By Roger Lanse
Several firearms-related bills are in committee in the Roundhouse and could soon be up before the New Mexico House and Senate for a vote. All are more restrictive. Grant County Sheriff Frank Gomez told the Beat that he and the undersheriff are leaving today, Tuesday, Feb. 5, for Santa Fe to make their views on these more restrictive, anti-gun bills known.
Gomez said he has been meeting through email with the New Mexico Sheriffs’ Association regarding these bills. He also plans to meet with New Mexico Attorney Hector Balderas on these and other issues.
By Mary Alice Murphy
Doug Oakes, GRMC marketing director, said Gila Regional Medical Center is trying to give information to consumers, so they can make decisions on where to receive care at the most affordable prices.
"The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid are requiring hospitals to put the information on their pricing on their websites," Oakes continued.
April Marie Elizondo
Deming, NM - The Luna County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public's assistance in locating April Marie Elizondo. For information on this Missing Endangered Advisory please contact the Luna County Sheriff’s Office at (575) 546-2655.
[Editor's Note: This is part 4 of a multipart series of articles on the Grant County Commission work session on January 22, 2019 and regular meeting on Jan. 24, 2019.]
By Mary Alice Murphy
Right after the election of Grant County Commission chairman and vice chairman at the regular meeting held on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019, which can be read at http://www.grantcountybeat.com/news/news-articles/48820-grant-county-commission-regular-meeting-starts-out-contentiously-part-3-012419, County Manager Charlene Webb announced that the Road Department had had 491 days without an accident.
The Grant County Sheriff's Department is advising all area residents who receive mail delivery in an unsecured mailbox or receptacle to take any/all precautions against theft of their mail. Area agencies have received increased reports of mail theft, all of which remain under active investigation.
Examples of targeted mail include checks, credit card or financial services solicitations, bank/credit card statements, mail with personal information and packages.
Some precautions that may be taken:
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