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News Break App. City of Carlsbad NM Government. Loving NM Gas Pro. The Motley Fool. The Associated Press. Los Angeles Times. Carlsbad, NM Current-Argus 1d. Ongoing Eddy County drug investigation leads to another arrest. Thorne was also charged for Artesia, NM Current-Argus 2d. Artesia man charged with open count of murder. An Artesia man was charged with an open count of murder in the death of a man investigators allege he struck and ran over with his vehicle, according to Eddy County Sheriff Mark Cage.
Roy Lee Juarez, 37, was arrested on an open count of murder and tampering with evidence Carlsbad, NM Current-Argus 7d. Oklahoma man charged with murder in death of Carlsbad native. Marcus Patterson, 19, was charged with an open count of second-degree murder in the death of year-old Autumn Cannady, said Det.
Aaron Swayze. Swayze said Patterson Ongoing illegal narcotics investigation results in two additional arrests.
John Darcy, 54, was arrested for trafficking methamphetamine and possession of suboxone and Susan Palomino, 43, was charged with trafficking Artesia, NM Current-Argus 5d. Eddy County Sheriff's Office investigates an traffic death near Artesia.
The name of the deceased nor his age was not released to the media. The incident occurred near Green Acres Lane Saturday morning around Jerry Twaddle, 40, was sentenced on Sept. Carlsbad, NM Current-Argus 10d. Carlsbad man charged with first degree murder in death of Brian Runnels. A Carlsbad man was charged with first degree murder in the death of Brian Runnels, whose body was discovered nearly six years after he was reported missing, according to court documents filed by the Carlsbad Police Department.
Manuel Sanchez, 39, currently in state custody in Santa Rosa for a Carlsbad, NM Current-Argus 11d. Eddy County drug trafficking investigation leads to arrests.
Alma Munoz, 31, Antonio Nellums, 33, Christopher Salazar, 32, Jaime Bustamante, 41, Laura Carbajal, 28 and Jamie Molinar, 40, were charged for a wide variety of drug trafficking offenses, ranging from possession of heroin, methamphetamine, and fentanyl, per a press release and social media post from PVDTF. Texas man gets probation for Carlsbad robberies and beating. A Texas man will not serve time in jail for robbery, larceny and burglarizing vehicles in in Eddy County, according to Fifth Judicial District Court records.
Colby Carrington, 23, of El Paso pleaded no contest to four counts of burglary of a vehicle, one count of armed robbery, one count of larceny and one count of conspiracy to commit vehicle burglary before Fifth Judicial District Judge Jane Shuler-Gray on Aug. Artesia, NM Current-Argus 15d.This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. The following items are according to publicly available Carlsbad police arrest reports and San Diego County Sheriff's Department arrest logs.
Unless otherwise noted, suspects were booked into County Jail in Vista. Jail records show Bales and Houseworth are scheduled for arraignment Sept. Police arrested Joseph Neil Sprague, 40, a transient, on a parole hold in the block of Tamarack Avenue on the morning of Sept. Jail records show he is being held without bail on suspicion of being under the influence, and possession of a vehicle "master key. A year-old man was arrested on suspicion of battery after police were called to the block of Via De Paz on the morning of Sept.
Richard Martin Comerford, 18, of Carlsbad was arrested on suspicion of possessing drug paraphernalia near Camino Michelle and Camino Valencia on the afternoon of Sept. The arrest was reported in the block of Carlsbad. A year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of a battery allegation at El Camino Real and Palomar Airport Road on the afternoon of Sept.
A victim reported the alleged offense by Angela Jean Woldman of Carlsbad in the block of Greenhaven Drive shortly before her arrest. Police arrested Lonnie Muesse, 30, of San Clemente, on suspicion of theft with prior offenses in the block of El Camino Real on the night of Sept. Harry Paris Tzivelos, 61, of Scranton, PA, was arrested on suspicion of possession for sale and transportation of marijuana on the afternoon of Sept.
Arrest records show he was arrested at I-5 and Cassidy Street in Oceanside. A year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance at La Costa Avenue and Saxony Road during the early evening hours of Sept.
Keith Hart Patterson, 47, of Oceanside was arrested on suspicion of battery in the block of Glenbrook Street on the afternoon of Sept. A year-old man was arrested on suspicion of battery in the block of Carlsbad Boulevard during the early morning hours of Aug. Jail records show he is being held without bail in County Jail in Vista. A court appearance is scheduled for Sept. Francisco Javier Chavez, 36, was arrested on suspicion of possessing concentrated cannabis in the block of Avenida Encinas on the afternoon of Aug.
A year-old man was taken into custody on a parole hold in the block of El Camino Real on the morning of Aug. The suspect was identified as Jaime Avila Verduzco of Oceanside. Jail records show he is not eligible for release with misdemeanor allegations pending of two counts of being under the influence of a controlled substance and possessing hypodermics.
He was being held in County Jail in Vista at last report, with a court appearance scheduled for Sept.Patrick Foley, 29, of the block Sunnyview Street, was arrested for contempt of court-failure to appear, unlawful taking of a motor vehicle, concealing identity. Annica Jacobs, 36, of the block of North First, was arrested for contempt of court-failure to pay, underlying charge of display of current valid registration plate.
John Carrasco, 32, of the block of North Alameda, was arrested for contempt of court-failure to appear, underlying charge of battery against a household member. Chris Galindo, 32, of the block of Farris Street, was arrested for contempt of court-failure to appear, underlying charge of battery against a household member.
Gonzalo Muro, 29, of the block of Vermont, was arrested for failure to appear, driving while under suspension, revocation. Stephanie Olivas, of the block of Old Cavern Highway, was arrested for contempt of court for failure to appear. Ross Alan Johnson, 26, of Artesia, was served a magistrate warrant for failure to appear.
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Richard D. Velasquez, 23, pleaded guilty to embezzlement, was sentenced to 18 months suspended. Chancellor Groves, 19, pleaded guilty to shooting at a dwelling or occupied building, was sentenced to 18 months 6 months suspendedpleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit shooting at a dwelling or occupied building, was sentenced to 18 months suspendedpleaded guilty to shooting at or from a motor vehicle, was sentenced to 18 months suspendedpleaded guilty to criminal damage to property, was sentenced to 18 months suspendedpleaded guilty to aggravated assault, was sentenced to 18 months suspended.
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View Comments. Carlsbad Police Department Patrick Foley, 29, of the block Sunnyview Street, was arrested for contempt of court-failure to appear, unlawful taking of a motor vehicle, concealing identity.Seth Redick was found with a gunshot wound to his chest inside a bedroom in a home on the block of West Francis Street. Also inside the home was a woman, who police declined to identify.
She was found with a gunshot wound to the head, per a news release from the Carlsbad Police Department. Officers and detectives were called to the scene at a. The woman was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Support local journalism. Subscribe to the Carlsbad Current-Argus. The department said detectives conducted interviews and processed the scene at the time of the incident. The relationship between the two persons was not released. Nor did police say which victim was the suspected shooter.
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Mike Smith Carlsbad Current-Argus. View Comments. This story will be updated as more information becomes available. Others are reading: Carlsbad man charged in shooting death of woman Trending now: Carlsbad police investigate illegal debit card use Mike Smith can be reached at or by email at MSmith currentargus.Add Entry. Cremation has taken place, and There will be no visitation. A graveside service is scheduled for 10 AM Monday, James Randal "Randy" Fudge.
James Randal "Randy" Fudge James Randal Fudge, "Randy" departed the physical realm the morning of October 6th,three days after his 63rd birthday. His death certificate will note heart failure, but his family suspects that he just couldn't stand to witness another Cremation and private committal service was held.
Susan was born in Carlsbad, October 25, to Omer G. McGonagill McKinney. She was preceded in A rosary will be recited at p. Funeral mass will be held at a. Samuel L.
Azzinaro Carlsbad - Samuel L. Azzinaro Sampassed away on October 2,at the age of Wanda L. Francisco "Chico" Grado. Samuel "Sam" Azzinaro. Funeral services are scheduled for Most Recent. All Notices. October 10, View Obituary. Published in Carlsbad Current-Argus from Oct. Sign up to receive obituaries delivered to your inbox.
October 8, October 7, Azzinaro Samuel L. Coupe Wanda L. October 6, All rights reserved.Set up a specific account just for kindle books and register all your purchases with that account. Two iPhones, 2 iPads, two computers, one ebook. We all have access to all the books on the account.
I wonder if that will extend to Prime customers of non-US stores. This idea of giving Prime members free Kindles was actually first theorized in Feb. But the story is written as though it was just a while ago. A very low price Kindle or bundle with Amazon Prime will be a huge win for the platform. I did notice the other day that an Amazon Prime subscription beats a CostCo membership hands down.
Once you get me from visiting a box store (great. This is as weird as it gets. Unless Amazon wants to piggy back on the logistics chain it has already set up. Amazon will probably give Kindles away to encourage people to buy eBooks. It would be a great marketing strategy. Yes, this is something that is firmly of the LAST century. It should be obvious by this point that gadgets are not the value proposition for consumers.
Not so slowly but surely, the cows are being led down the chute to paying for the content they consume. What is interesting are the implications for geek technology cultures which previously signified first adopters and heralded either success or failure of a service or product. Amazon and iStores fit in well with that. Especially when you compare this with iTunes.
There is such an allure to those Apple products, at least so far as I can tell, that Amazon needs to make purchasing a Kindle a simple, almost compulsive act. Especially when you buy that iProduct used!!.
This seems to be an almost unnecessary argument for eReaders. The ability to carry a very large library makes sense there. With a book, however, I can rarely see the need to carry more than one or two (assuming you might be finishing the current book shortly).
I think the killer app in this regard is actually textbooks and reference books.