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Two controversial bills are headed to the New Mexico State Senate after the house passed them Friday. One requires teens to give parental notification at least 48 hours before an abortion. The other approves a ban on late term abortions. There is room for exceptions in both bills in cases of rape, incest and sexual abuse.
Albuquerque police arrested a career criminal who shot at a bail bondsmen. APD says a group of bail bondsmen were trying to take Carlson Jones into custody Tuesday night when he rammed into them and shot at one of their windshields. Another bail bondsman caught up with Jones Friday night at the Baymont Inn in northwest Albuquerque. Police say he jumped out of a window trying to get away and cut his face. He was arrested.
Family members are remembered the man killed in a fiery crash near I-40 and Carlisle Thursday. His family members say the driver was 41 year old Daniel Baca. They gathered at the scene of the crash Friday night to hold a vigil.
The family of an elderly man shot by Santa Fe Police is now suing the department, the city and a homeowner. Robert Dominguez, 78, was investigating a neighbor’s burglar alarm in March 2013 when he was shot three times. Dominguez died months later. The family is suing saying the homeowners claiming they never told Dominguez police would respond, if the alarm was triggered.
The man accused of randomly hugging and biting women on college campuses has been caught. APD says Casey Volante will receive a mental evaluation. He’s accused of hugging and lighting biting two women on CNM’s campus Tuesday and one at UNM last Saturday.