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ALBUQUERQUE — Roman Andrew Poulsen, 39, and Lori Crapo, 40, both of Artesia, appeared in federal court July 16 on charges for their respective roles in a July 15 bank robbery.
Poulsen faces a charge of bank robbery while Crapo is accused of being an accessory after the fact. The defendants will remain in custody pending a detention hearing.
According to a criminal complaint, Poulsen allegedly entered a Washington Federal Bank July 15 in Artesia with his face concealed by a mask, dark glasses and a hood. Poulsen allegedly handed a demand note to a teller, then fled the bank after the teller
A man wearing an NRA baseball cap and another who used a bandana with the jaws of a skull painted on it to cover his face robbed a northeast Albuquerque bank Thursday afternoon, July 15.
The robbery occurred at approximately 5 p.m. at BBVA Bank, 3500 Candelaria Road NE.
Both suspects were described as Hispanic males in their late 20s to mid-30s, approximately 5’6” to 5’8” tall.
One suspect wore a dark cap with “NRA” on the front, a black scarf covering the lower half of his face, sunglasses, a light-blue long-sleeve shirt, a brown T-shirt, red gloves, blue jeans and dark shoes.
The FBI and local law enforcement are looking for an unidentified man who robbed banks in Moriarty and Tijeras, Monday morning July 19, and likely robbed another bank in Moriarty last week.
The first robbery occurred at approximately 9:27 a.m. Monday at U.S. Bank, 1401 U.S. Route 66 in Moriarty.
The suspect was described as a Hispanic male, 5’6” to 5’8” tall. He wore a blue NASA baseball cap with light-colored brim, long-sleeve green shirt, light-colored pants, and a dark bandana over the lower half of his face.
The suspect entered the bank and handed a demand note to a teller.
Update: A 21-year-old male was driving this car at about 2 a.m. Friday when for unknown reasons he veered across Diamond Drive near 38th Street, broke through chain link fencing and landed a number of feet below in a backyard. The driver sustained unknown injuries and was transported by helicopter to a hospital in Albuquerque. His 18-year-old female passenger also sustained unknown injuries and was transported to Los Alamos Medical Center. Los Alamos Police Cmdr. Preston Ballew told the Los Alamos Daily Post today that the accident is under investigation to determine whether the driver will
The FBI, Torrance County Sheriff’s Department, and Moriarty Police Department are looking for a man who robbed a bank while wearing a Gucci face mask.
The robbery occurred at approximately 2:53 p.m. Thursday, July 15 at Wells Fargo, 901 U.S. Route 66, in Moriarty.
The suspect is described as a Hispanic male in his mid-30’s, approximately 5’6′ to 5’9′ tall, and weighing about 165 pounds.
He wore a long-sleeve blue shirt with a red La Mesa RV logo on the front, a dark Gucci face mask with two red vertical stripes, a baseball cap with a rainbow design on the front,
LAS VEGAS, N.M. — Saturday, July 17, the New Mexico State Police (NMSP) Investigations Bureau was requested to investigate an officer involved shooting in Las Vegas, N.M. involving the City of Las Vegas Police Department (LVPD).
Investigators learned that at approximately 9:36 p.m., LVPD responded to a domestic dispute at 1308 Keen St., in Las Vegas, N.M.
Upon arrival, officers were attempting to make contact with the reporting person when they observed a male, later identified as Jeffery Scott, 30, of Las Vegas, N.M. walk out of a residence nearby armed with a firearm at 1315 Keen
ALBUQUERQUE — Susan K. Harris, 74, and William S. Harris, 60, both of Albuquerque, were sentenced Friday in Federal Court for conspiracy to defraud the United States and other financial crimes committed in connection with the operation of Ayudando Guardians, Inc., a non-profit corporation that previously provided guardianship, conservatorship and financial management to hundreds of people with special needs.
Susan Harris was sentenced to 47 years in prison, followed by three years of supervised release. William Harris was sentenced to 15 years in prison, followed by three
A large hoist gets into position this afternoon to retrieve a car that ran off the side of Diamond Drive near 38th street Friday night. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Car is hoisted this afternoon back onto Diamond Drive. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Car clears the barrier fence on Diamond Drive. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Car comes to rest on Diamond Drive. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Johnathon M. Bindues
Valencia County – The New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau was called Friday to investigate the sexual exploitation of a child case between an adult male and a 15-year-old female in Los Lunas.
During the investigation, State Police agents learned that between June 13-15, 2021, a parent discovered her 15-year-old daughter had been sexually communicating via cellphone through text messages, videos and photos with a male, identified as Johnathon M. Bindues, 30, of Los Lunas, who is the girls’ track and basketball coach at the Los Lunas High School.
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