- A sinkhole swallowed up an SUV in northeast Albuquerque, Saturday afternoon. It happened near Indian School and America’s Parkway. Crews were able to remove the SUV and the driver was able to get out of the vehicle safely. The Water Utility Authority said the sinkhole was caused by a water main break and residents in the area can expect water outages and low pressure.
- A San Juan County woman, stabbed 24 times, is in stable condition at a hospital. Detectives arrested A.J. Diaz, late Friday night, on attempted first degree murder. Paramedics found the woman after they responded to reports of a woman falling out of a vehicle. Farmington Police said they later found the 37-year-old victim’s vehicle abandoned. Soon after, Diaz was identified as a person of interest.
- A suspicious backpack shut down an intersection near Kirtland Air Force Base, on Saturday. Maxwell Gate, at Gibson and Washington, was closed down while APD’s bomb squad investigated. APD said they cleared the bag and were able to reopen that intersection.
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