Casper Cly, a 26-year-old Los Alamos resident and former Los Alamos National Laboratory employee was sentenced to four years in prison Tuesday by 11th Judicial District Judge Karen Townsend in Farmington.
Under a plea agreement reached in March, Cly had agreed to plead guilty to one count of child solicitation by electronic communication device, a third degree felony and one count of child solicitation (13-16), a fourth degree felony.
Judge Townsend sentenced Cly to four years in state prison with credit for time served of 18 months,
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SANTA FE — Today, Gov. Susana Martinez will commemorate New Mexico law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in 2016 as their names are added to the Department of Public Safety’s Law Enforcement Memorial.
The officers being added to the Memorial today are Hatch Police Officer Jose Chavez, Alamogordo Police Officer Clint Corvinus and Valencia County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Thomas.
The event is 9:30 a.m. at the New Mexico Department of Public Safety Law Enforcement Academy at 4491 Cerrillos Road in Santa Fe.
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County Councilor Antonio Maggiore, right, presents a proclamation declaring the Week of May 21-27, 2017 as ‘Emergency Medical Services Week’ in Los Alamos County to, from left, LAFD Safety Division Chief Wendy Swervey, Fire Chief Troy Hughes and LAFD EMS Division Chief Ben Stone. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
The Los Alamos County Council presented a proclamation at its May 16 meeting, declaring the Week of May 21-27, 2017 as “Emergency Medical Services Week” in Los Alamos County.
County Councilor Antonio Maggiore
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LAFD Fire Chief Troy Hughes, left, Los Alamos Field Office Deputy Manager Juan Griego and County Council Chair David Izraelevitz speak during the ceremony. Photo by Louisa Martinez/LAFD
A ceremony Thursday at Fire Station 1 celebrates the six new vehicles added to the Los Alamos Fire Department’s fleet. Photo by Louisa Martinez/LAFD
Los Alamos Fire Department hosted a push in ceremony Thursday afternoon at Fire Station 1 to celebrate the addition of six new vehicles to its fleet.
The six units were displayed outside the
Deputy District Attorney Michael Nunez, left, chats with Christopher Marlowe, attorney for Scott Mallory following Thursday’s motions hearing in the First Judicial District Court in Santa Fe. Photo by Maire O’Neill/ladailypost.com
SANTA FE – A judge has ruled that spousal privilege was violated and information on a computer belonging to Scott Mallory as well as any statements made by Mallory to police are to be suppressed.
First Judicial District Judge T. Glenn Ellington rendered his decision Thursday
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