Deming Crime

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Recent Crime News

  • Silver City a relatively safe city to live in

    Wednesday Nov 19 | via Silver City Sun-News 

    SILVER CITY >> The Silver City MainStreet Project held a safety and security task force meeting for downtown merchants and local residents Tuesday evening at the city's Town Hall Annex building. MainStreet organized the meeting so locals could hear reports on how safe the town is, with a focus on the downtown area.

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  • When retail shopping gets creepy

    Wednesday Nov 19 | via Deming Headlight 

    We go through a lot of printer ink and paper, my wife and me, as we are both mainly self-employed. We were lucky: when the economy stopped overworking and underpaying us, we found ways to overwork and underpay ourselves.

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  • Temperatures drop in Deming and so do leaves

    Wednesday Nov 19 | via Deming Headlight 

    It didn't take long for the leaves to drop in Deming, as the dipping mercury plummeted into the low 20s Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Chilly mornings will continue through the rest of the week before the morning temperatures rise above freezing for the weekend.

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  • Teen hospitalized in bat attack

    Monday Nov 10 | via Deming Headlight 

    Dustin Armendariz Photo Deming Police investigator Sergio Lara and officer Britney Pena collect a wooden bat as evidence in front of a home on Saturday at the 500 block of Silver Avenue. DEMING >> An early morning altercation between two local men left one man transported to an El Paso hospital, and the other man arrested on aggravated battery charges.

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  • Deming teen hospitalized in bat attack

    Monday Nov 10 | via Las Cruces Sun-News 

    Dustin Armendariz Photo Deming Police investigator Sergio Lara and officer Britney Pena collect a wooden bat as evidence in front of a home on Saturday at the 500 block of Silver Avenue. DEMING >> An early morning altercation between two local men left one man transported to an El Paso hospital, and the other man arrested on aggravated battery charges.

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  • Woman punched on city's south side

    Thursday Nov 6 | via Deming Headlight 

    Deming Police are investigating a battery report involving a woman that occurred in the early-morning hours of Oct. 26. According to a report provided by Deming Police, Central Dispatch sent out a call at 4:30 a.m. in reference to a battery at the 1700 block of Santa Cruz on Deming's south side. Upon arrival, Officer Gerardo Rico came in contact with a female who said she was helping her son deliver newspapers.

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  • Deming's Reese family gets probation for firearms cr...

    Thursday Nov 6 | via Deming Headlight 

    LAS CRUCES >> Three members of a Deming family convicted of making false statements on investigation forms during a firearms sting will not spend any more time behind bars for their crimes. Wednesday afternoon a federal judge sentenced Rick Reese, 58, his wife Terri Reese, 52, and their son 27-year-old Ryin Reese to three years probation, ruling that the jail time they served prior to trial was sufficient, defense attorney C.J. McElhinney said.

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  • Reese family sentenced to time served, probation and...

    Thursday Nov 6 | via Examiner.com 

    Former Deming, N.M. gun dealers Rick, Terri and Ryin Reese were sentenced Wednesday to time served, three years of supervised release and fines, a Tea Party Patriots of Luna County observer calling from the United States District Court in Las Cruces informed Gun Rights Examiner yesterday. That report was subsequently confirmed by the Las Cruces Sun-News and the Associated Press .

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  • Woman foils burglary, fires shots as man flees

    Oct 23, 2014 | via KRQE Albuquerque 

    A 71-year-old woman whipped out her revolver and took the law into her own hands when she fired at a burglary suspect as he fled her rural neighborhood, authorities said Wednesday. Deputies said the woman had spotted a suspicious vehicle in a neighbor's driveway Monday and confronted the driver, who claimed he was working for a telephone company and checking service.

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Deming Law

In the past I got a DWI charge so I had to do the interlock along with other programs and fines which I completed all successfully. I was denied my license after the completion for the reason being I've been to prison and was asked to to the interlock for 6 more mths and more programs and fines. Once again I completed all programs successfully and paid all fines. The second time around though I fail the interlock one time but it was because of drinking, so I've been denied still for my license now on the grounds because I failed the interlock 1 time.
You will have to comply with DMV requirements to obtain a license. You need to understand that the interlock is a...
I was convicted of dwi first offense in January 2005. My license was revoked for one year but I never obtained an ignition interlock in order to have my license reinstated and it's been revoked ever since. It's been more than 9 years and I have not been convicted of another dwi/dui since. Am I able to just reinstate my license like normal since it's been so long? Thanks
No. The revocation period is a "floating" time period. It will only start when you 1) have an ignition interlock...
Trying to keep him for a month or 2 til he sees the judge won't release him til he sees a judge is that possible?
A judge can impose up to 90 days on a first dwi offense in New Mexico under Nmsa 66-8-102. I would talk to the attorney...
License was revoked in 2007, I want to go to DMV and get my license will an interlock be required since it has been 7 years since I have had the conviction
Your best place to ask this would be at the NM DMV. Generally you cannot just wait out an IID requirement but there may...
Had a 1st offense DUI in PA back in 2007. Accepted into and completed ARD, (Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition), program where the charges are dismissed without a "conviction" or admission of guilt. Arrest record is expunged and only record of violation is on PENNDOT records for enhancing a later DUI charge. There was NO CONVICTION. Moved to NM. MVD said only eligible for interlock license under statute 66-5-5e. It states "(person) who was CONVICTED on or after June 17, 2005 of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs pursuant to the laws or ordinances of any other state". I plan to challenge the NM MVD because I was NOT convicted of DUI under PA state law. Penndot will send a letter stating that there was NO conviction. Thoughts?
I think.... That it will cost you more money, heartache and misery to fight this than it would be just to get the IID.
the officer saw 2 prescription bottles in my glove box one for pain one a muscle relaxer she said I was being arrested for drug possession my blood level was .00 and my breath test was .00 I ask if I was going to be arrested she said if it reads 0 you get to sleep in your own bed although it read 0 I was still arrested when I asked when the results come in she sais in 3 weeks also there was mistakes that the officer made during the arrest like I was arrested at 11:00 pm my ticket says i was arrested at 8:00 am and on a different form it says I was arrested the day before i was actually arrested did they know I was going to be arrested the day before can I sue the city for false imprisonment ? what are my rights? were my rights violated? my eyes were red I have 2jobs im tired
Will depend on what the blood test revels with respect to RX drugs in your system. Please feel free to retain a AVVO...
on paperwork it says im being charged with a first time offense. Can it be changed?
Yes, it can be amended up at any point prior to sentencing. With a 4th, IF they can find all the priors, you would be...