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Mexico Authorities Invite FBI to Aid in Investigation of Murders of 9 American Mormons

The Mexican government on Sunday invited the FBI to send investigators to help in the investigation of the murder of nine U.S. citizens—six children, including 8-month-old twins, and three women—living in a Mormon community about 100 miles south of the border in the state of Sonora.

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New Mexico Officer Dies as a Result of On-Duty Medical Event

"It is with great sorrow and significant grief that the Navajo Police Department announces the passing of Police Sergeant Lamar Martin," Phillip Francisco, Chief of Police Navajo Police Department, said on Facebook.

New Mexico SRO Resigns After Video Surfaces of Him Shoving 11-Year-Old Girl

A school resource officer with the Farmington (NM) Police Department has tendered his resignation after video surfaced of him shoving an 11-year-old girl into a wall and then restraining her on the ground.

New Mexico Police Shoot Man Behaving Erratically and Brandishing Gun

An officer with the Albuquerque Police Department officer shot a man last week who was standing on the roof of a car and brandishing a gun.

New Mexico Officer's Fast Food Meal Delivered with Derogatory Drawing

An officer with the Clovis (NM) Police Department took his shift meal break at a local Burger King restaurant on Thursday and was disappointed to discover that on the wrapper of his order was a drawing of a pig.

Border Patrol Agents Fatally Shoot Man Who Shot at Police in New Mexico

Agents with the United States Border Patrol shot and killed a man who had shot and wounded an officer with the Las Cruces Police Department on Monday.

Student Wanted to Shoot Ex-Girlfriend, Others at School—Nobody Hurt in Incident

A student at a New Mexico high school said in a note that he wanted to shoot his ex-girlfriend and others at the Cleveland High School in Rio Rancho on Valentine's Day.

New Mexico Sheriffs Barred from Legislative Session Because of Duty Weapons

"We were allowed to go into the Roundhouse but we weren't allowed to go down onto the floor. We were directed to go to another room and watch what was going on from a TV," Cibola County Sheriff Tony Mace said. "That has never happened to us before and that's a direct violation to the constitution of New Mexico."

2018 in Review: A Glass Overflowing with Great Stories of American Policing

Despite downward numbers of recruits seeking to join the ranks of law enforcement and increasing indications of de-policing across the country, we can—if we look hard enough—find countless bright spots for American policing in 2018.

Video: New Mexico Officer, Local Church Provide Homeless Man with Wheelchair

Edison then gave Scott the lunch his wife packed for him. While moving the man to a safer place, Edison discovered that his wheelchair was badly in need of repair.