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NAMES (Last Name Letter) A1 A2 B1 B2 B3 C1 C2 C3 D1 D2 E F G1 G2 H1 H2 IJK L M1 M2 M3 N O P R S T W QUV-XYZ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gigante Brandon, Deming Gloria Stan, Albuquerque Goff Jim, Albuquerque Goke Marvin, Albuquerque Golson Lou, Albuquerque Gonzales Christopher, Santa Fe Grant Jacob, Albuquerque Graves Ryan, Albuquerque Green Patrick, Deming-Lordsburg ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SUMMARIES G2: BRIEF EXCERPTS/SOURCES NEW MEXICO POLICE Gigante, Brandon Deming, Deming PD/Chief, (2013-Probe, Victim David Eckert, Huffington Post-2013/11/05 Articles Huffington Post 2013/11/05 Excerpt from Huffington 11/05/2013: Deming Police Chief Brandon Gigante argued that his officers “follow the law in every aspect.” Kennedy said that the officers’ warrant allowing them to search Eckert expired hours before his ordeal was over, and the warrant wasn’t even valid in the county where the procedures were performed. stop_n_4218320.html Gloria, Stan Albuquerque, APD/Detective/Sergeant/narcotics officer, (10/12/1990, etc.) Numerous serious problems, -, Real Crimes Articles Real Crimes Excerpt From Real Crimes: “Armed with a warrant obtained thru false information”(10/05/1990): “APD Narcotics Det. Stan Gloria stated that he had knowledge of drug activity at a particular address….there was no way Gloria could have known about any criminal record” (04/23/1991:) APD Officers James Torres and Stan Gloria went into an apartment to sell 100 lbs. of marijuana for $60,000. They were posing as drug dealers in order to take the money of real drug dealers. Torres went into the apartment alone and the suspects pulled a gun on him and tied him up. A suspect then pulled a gun on Gloria, who was waiting in the parking lot. Nearby police were alerted and came to the rescue. The suspects were tried and convicted. In 1997, Torres and Gloria were awarded medals: 07/19/1995: Albuquerque Journal: APD INVESTIGATES SERGEANT’S ACTIONS - Internal Affairs investigated Sgt. Stan Gloria in connection with a drug situation. Gloria, a former narcotics officer, was current supervisor of field services on the West Side.” Real Crimes: Goff, Jim Albuquerque, BCSO/Sheriff Deputy, (2010) Inappropriate/lewd behavior,-, Photography is Not a Crime- 2010/07 Articles Photography Is Not a Crime 2010/07-NM Deputy under fire for spouting atheist views to Christian protesters Made unprofessional commments to a group of Christians, showing bias, getting into an escalating controversy rather than maintaining objectivity and composure. Includes input- excerpt: M.G. Bralley, who is a retired Albuquerque police officer, New Mexico blogger and photographer emailed me the video with some comments of his own as well as a link to a law- enforcement article titled “controlling public protest: First Amendment implications. to-christian-protesters/ Goke, Marvin Albuquerque, NMSP/Officer,-,-, KRQE-2016/02/22 Articles KRQE Excerpt from KRQE by Katherine Mozzone (02/22/2016): A DWI stop started it all, namely, an alleged relationship with the woman he arrested that night — 34-year-old Angela Torres. An investigation into former State Police Marvin Goke resulted in a misconduct report, detailing allegations including insubordination, failure to perform duties and unbecoming of an officer. Yet, the report doesn’t stop there. It also provides an account of an alleged fight. APD captured lapel video of the interviews after one of Torres’ ex-boyfriends, James Gonzales, reported the fight. 02/22/2016-- 07/27/2015-- 03/23/2016-- reason-only 09/12/2017-- misconduct/ Golson, Lou Albuquerque. APD. Officer. 2015-was shot by traffic stopped suspect Christopher Cook. Bernalillo Sheriff’s Office involved in apprehension of Cook, including Sgt. Aaron Williamson. Articles KRQE: (2015/01/6) Police arrest suspect accused of shooting officer. By Manette Newbold Fisher officer/1020370246 Deputies with the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office arrested the suspect, Cook, 36, around 4 a.m. without incident. Gonzales, Christopher Santa Fe, (2017) Santa Fe County deputy. Termination for domestic violence, -, Snta Fe NM-2017/10/31 Articles Santa Fe New Mexican (2017/10/31) County fires deputy after domestic abuse arrest. By Justin Horwath. arrest/article_48688e97-d8e1-580c-9b93-9a2d3411027f.html Gordon, Eden Albuquerque. ex-Chief. Grant, Jacob Albuquerque, APD/Detective, (incident 2015) Was on an undercover assignment with Lt. Greg Brachle who shot and seriously wounded him in various key areas of his body - 80 percent loss of blood, organ injuries, etc. Lawsuit, $6.5 million settlement; Brachle was not charged, Victim was Officer Jacob Grant, Free ABQ-2016/06/30 & 2016/03/16; ABQ Jrnl- Articles Free ABQ (2016/03/30). By Dennis Domrzalski 2016/03/30-- Excerpt: The settlement ends the nearly year-long case in which Grant claimed that his shooter, Lt. Greg Brachle, violated many APD policies regarding undercover drug busts on the day of the shooting. 2016/03/30-- (2016/03/16). By Dennis Domrzalski 2016/03/16-- Excerpt from Free ABQ-2016-03/16-Dennis Domrzalski: Grant made the request in a letter to the news media from his lawyer, Alex Gabaldon.“Fourteen months after this tragedy occurred, the City has not released any videos,” the letter said. “Although the videos are highly personal to Det. Grant, and while it may be disturbing to see him[self] being repeatedly shot, Det. Grant is hopeful that the City will release the complete videos to the public to help prevent future tragedies from occurring to other law enforcement officers and to the public. For officer safety, Det. Grant requests that any released videos blur the faces, images and identities of any undercover officers to ensure their safety.”Brachle shot Grant eight times at point-blank range with .45-caliber, hollow-point rounds during the undercover drug bust on Jan. 9, 2015 near Central and Tramway. Grant lost 80 percent of his blood, suffered temporary blindness and suffered damage to nearly every internal organ as a result of the shooting. He has undergone multiple surgeries to repair the damage and will most likely undergo many more. Grant has sued the city and Brachle in federal court for civil right violations related to the shooting. The lawsuit and subsequent court filings allege that Brachle was a loose cannon who violated numerous police department policies and procedures that morning. The complaint also alleges that, while he didn’t attend an operational briefing on the bust that morning, Brachle was on his police radio and learned the details of the operation while he was en route to the scene that day. 2016/03/16-- Albuquerque Journal (2017/12/05) 2017/12/05-- Excerpt from ABQ Jrnl 2017/12/05-by Kay Barnitz: An Albuquerque police lieutenant who repeatedly shot a fellow officer during a January 2015 undercover drug bust will not be criminally charged, the state Attorney General’s Office announced Monday. (2016/01/14) 2016/01/14-- in-drug-sting.html KOAT (2016/04/01) 2016/04/01-- you/5070698 Graves, Ryan -,-,-,-,- Green, Patrick Deming, Deming PD/Deputy, Force/Probe, Victim Timothy Young; David Eckert, Caselaw; Police State USA-2014; Griego, Jason Cuba. INFO- Hawaii arrest in which Maui officials and prison were below par. A former Cuba police chief and one of his deputies have filed a federal lawsuit against police in Maui, Hawaii. The two claim they were falsely arrested, and say their families were humiliated and mocked. The incident happened in July of 2013.hen Cuba police chief, Jason Griego, and reserve police officer James Sanchez were finishing up private security work and going to enjoy a family vacation in Maui.When they were finished with the job, they checked into a hotel with their families to enjoy a vacation. That is when police showed up to their hotel rooms at night.“ Maui police officers rousted them, dragged them outside of their hotel rooms and placed them under arrest,” their attorney, Eric Steltz said. 2015/04/14-- Griffin, Matt Albuquerque, Officer, Numerous crimes - “The Ninja Bandit.” (1980s),-, Real Crimes Kait Arquette, Real Crimes Excerpt from Kait Arquette: Six months later, Officer Griffin, who fired the death shot, was revealed to be the notorious “The Ninja Bandit” who had been terrorizing Albuquerque for months. Griffin was sentenced to life for multiple bank robberies and murder of a witness. Even so, law enforcement continued to refuse to consider the possibility that Griffin killed Peter [Klunck] to keep him from talking. Real Crimes:; True Crime Diva - Griffin Grossetete, Moises Albuquerque, APD/Sergeant, Retired. 2018-Charged with DWI after retirement. Victim/Suspect Santiago Chavez. See also Jim Fox,-, Case-2105/05/13; KRQE-2018/10/03 Case(s) (2015/05/13) No. 1:15-CV-408 Hernandez v. City of Albuq., Jim Fox, Moises Grossetete, etc. PD%205%2013%2015.pdf Articles KRQE (2018/10/03) Former APD sergeant arrested for DWI running from deputies deputies/ Excerpt: A retired APD sergeant is charged with DWI, and he is accused of putting a lot of lives in danger. Moises Grossetete, 46, retired two years ago. A deputy pulled him over Tuesday night after watching him swerve into another lane near San Mateo and I-25. The deputy says the former sergeant admitted to having two drinks and refused to get out of the car. Deputies say Grossetete put his car in drive, made a U-turn and took off. The deputy chased him onto I-40. deputies/ Grossetete, Victor Albuquerque, Espanola. (article 07/2015) Battery, Brutality, Possible vetting, -. Snta Fe NM- 2015/07/22 Santa Fe New Mexican 2015/07/22 Cops battery charge brutality lawsuits raise questions about police vetting 2015/07/22-- lawsuits- aise-questions-about-police/article_a5a90ab5-ebbd-59be-a683-4264a7644ade.html Grover, Tom Albuquerque, APD/Ex-Officer, Information,- Gutierrez, Jose Santa Fe, Officer, Resigned after striking Dawn Bourgeois (2014) Santa Fe New Mexican (2014/04/15) Officer resigns after arrest of cab driver. By Phaedra Haywood.. driver/article_ddf76ba8-2f54-517e-a988-4c325771224e.htm Excerpt from Santa Fe New Mexican. By Phaedra Haywood (04/15/2014): Santa Fe police officer accused of using excessive force when he arrested a taxi driver just after midnight last month has resigned from the department. No criminal charges have been filed against the former officer, Jose Gutierrez, but dashboard camera footage of the arrest taken from his patrol car shows at least one inconsistency between what the department has reported about the incident and what was captured on video. driver/article_ddf76ba8-2f54-517e-a988-4c325771224e.htm Guzman, David Albuquerque, APD/Sergeant (06/01/2000) Retaliation issue lawsuit against APD. Exposed serious issues in APD, -, Real Crimes Real Crimes Excerpt From Real Crimes: Albuquerque Journal: JUDGE REFUSES TO QUASH EX-APD SGT’S SUIT AGAINST CITY-- A federal judge rejected a request to throw out a 1999 lawsuit alleging APD retaliated against former police sergeant David Guzman for speaking out against alleged discrimination and misconduct. Guzman, who took early retirement after 22 years with APD, mostly with a unit dealing with drug interdiction, alleged he was passed over six times for promotion to lieutenant and transferred to a section consisting of street- level detectives because he was an outspoken member of two unions representing Hispanic officers and because he complained about alleged police misconduct. The lawsuit said Guzman told supervisors about an APD captain involved in a domestic dispute involving a gun. He said, during that investigation, he found 58 phone calls made from the captain's home to a known drug dealer and that officers severely beat up a drug informant. Grover, Tom INFO Former officer 2004-11. Albuquerque. APD. Al Jazeera http--//www--aljazeera dot com/indepth/features/2015/08/albuquerque-pd-case-study-police-brutality- 150828061722574.html Excerpt al jazeera: This culture has changed very little since Costales' days in the department, according to former officer Tom Grover. "It was a running joke at the department: 'Did they have a gun, wink wink, nod nod?'" Grover says. "There wasn't any concealing or diminishing of [the] APD's propensity for violence. It was there, it was acknowledged, it was accepted."Grover joined the department in 2004 and left in 2011 after a botched APD investigation into the death of his close friend Mary Han, a well-known civil rights lawyer and outspoken critic of the APD."I'd taken tenfolds of carbon-monoxide suicides or attempts at suicide. And it's not this pristine scene that you see in the movies," says Grover of the way Han's body was found. "People look sunburnt. They sweat because of the heat from the exhaust. They expectorate, there's snot everywhere. There's a lot of scratching. It's a very violent death. Theres nothing pleasant or sublime about it. Its an ugly, ugly scene … Mary, however, is just sort of there like, 'Hey, wake up.'"What followed was a series of unusual events, as numerous high-ranking APD officials and city civilians arrived on the scene, something Grover had never seen before. According to a police report filed by Grover (and later lost by the APD), the lieutenant said that while on the scene he overheard detectives commenting that Han was a staged murder, that it was a homicide, that Han was "clearly taken out".Later that evening, Grover got a call from a lieutenant on the graveyard shift saying the APD never made the call-out to investigate Han's death as a homicide."It just stinks to high heaven," says Grover, speaking of the inconsistencies in Han's toxicology screen, her body position and her apparent carbon-monoxide suicide. "Everything about that scene was consistent with a staged homicide." http--//www--aljazeera dot com/indepth/features/2015/08/albuquerque-pd-case-study-police-brutality- 150828061722574.html Updates: 2019/12/08 Grossete Moises added 2015 case Hernandez v. City of Albuq., Fox, Grossetete, etc. 2019/12/07 Grossetete Moises added to list. 2019/07/09 Gallagher Patrick added to list. 2019/06/24 Gallant Eric Rio Grande Sun-2018/03/29 article added. 019/06/10 Golson Lou added to list; 2019/05/07: Gallagher Ray articles added AP News-1992/11/26 and Orlando Sentinel-1992/11/26; 2019/05/05 Gallant Eric name added w/article Rio Grande Sun -2018/05/24, Gallegos Jason name added w/ article from Rio Grande Sun-2018/03/01; 2019/04/29 edited/cleaned up the page from a recent transfer; going over information to add or consolidate, , this will be ongoing. See also Victim Incidents/Cases Police - Blue Lives Matter Locations by City and Names A to Z Indexes G SECTION, Tables and Related Information Table all New Mexico Police Names on this website: 1 See also Victim Incidents/Cases Police - Blue Lives Matter Locations by City and Names A to Z Indexes
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