ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Here is a recap of some of the most read New Mexico stories online on KRQE.com this week.
Police in Roswell are investigating claims that a woman was kidnapped and raped in a random attack by two men in Roswell. Police say 30-year-old Cody Hairston and 50-year-old Rodolfo Ronquillo attacked a woman in her 20s after she walked by their apartment on main
It was the ultimate show of loyalty. A dog was found guarding an 81-year-old skier’s body after he was found dead in Colorado after a cross country skiing trip. Buddy, the skier’s faithful companion, refused to leave his owner’s side until rescuers found him.
Plenty of people have a coworker they often wonder about. They find themselves wondering what that person does all day. Armed with a hidden camera, Larry Barker investigates a Public employee who is caught loafing on the job.
And a high school athletic director was placed on administrative leave while officials investigate claims of misconduct on reports that he planted a pot pipe in a successful coach’s desk in an attempt to get the coach fired.
Albuquerque Police will soon no longer be allowed to carry personal weapons while on duty. In a memo sent out to officers this week, APD informed them that standard issue weapons have been ordered and they are the only weapons they will be allowed to carry.