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New Mexico State DPS Work One-Vehicle Rollover South of Roswell

By Richard Morris

KBIM Radio News

(1/28/15)

 

New MexicoStatePolice responded to a call of a one-vehicle rollover on US 285 South at Mile Marker 100, shortly after 6:30 this morning.  Further information was not immediately available.  It appeared that a utility pole had been struck in the incident, which occurred on the southbound side of the highway.

 

 

Fire Department Responds to Small Fire at Detention Center

By Richard Morris

KBIM Radio News

(1/28/15)

 

Roswell Fire Department officials have confirmed they responded to a small fire at the Chaves County Detention Center a little after two this morning.  A spokesman says there was a breaker melt inside the communications room of the facility which caused some smoke to spread.  He says Detention Center staff was pretty much able to get the fire put out with an extinguisher before the fire department arrived.  The department left the scene about twenty minutes after arriving. No one was injured.

 

Police Looking for Dexter Man Who Allegedly Sped Through Town Last Week

By Richard Morris

KBIM Radio News

(1/28/15)

 

Roswellpolice are looking for a 25-year-old Dexter man who allegedly came speeding through town late last week, fleeing from law enforcement officers in the process.  Police say an officer clocked a driver going 63 in a 35 mile per hour zone on South Sunset Avenue near West Poe last Wednesday evening.  The officer reportedly followed the speeding car into a convenience store parking lot.  Officers say the driver got out of the vehicle and then got back in with the officer following.  Police say the driver eventually began going up to 100 miles per hour, requiring the officer to end his pursuit for safety reasons.  Another officer saw the car fail to stop for a red light while still traveling at a high speed and turn south on Southeast Main Street.  Officers were unable to safely pursue the car and were unable to relocate it.

 

Wanted is 25-year-old Jorge L. Ybarra, who is described as being 5’10” , with brown hair and eyes and a tattoo on his left shoulder.  He was seen driving a silver Nissan passenger car.  Call the Roswell PD at 575-624-6770 or Chaves County Crime Stoppers at 1-888-594-TIPS.

 

LovingtonCityCommission Approves Changes in RV/Mobile Home Code

By Richard Morris

KBIM Radio News

(1/28/15)

 

The Lovington City Commission has amended the portion of its code having to do with recreational vehicle and mobile home licensing.  The Hobbs Daily Sun reports that new initial licensing fee will be $150.00, while the annual fee will be $100.00.   Minimum spacing between units will be 15 feet and parks licensed after January 1st of this year will have to have minimum caliche on its internal streets no less than 8” thick.  The changes come following protests of park owners in the community.

 

  

 

 

 

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