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Clovis New Mexico Police Station Address: 321 N Connelly St, Clovis, NM 88101, United States

Clovis Police Department

We are a team of 88 sworn and civilian employees serving a great community of over 37,000 people. We are extremely proud of our group of dedicated professionals. Our team is devoted to bringing the best possible customer service to our citizens, working in partnership to making Clovis a safer place to live, work and play.
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Clovis –April 13, 2018–On Friday, April 13, 2018 at approximately 5:01 AM; Officers of the Clovis Police Department were dispatched to 1021 1⁄2 Jones, for an injured subject due to a shooting . Upon arrival, Officers encountered a female subject, Cji Adkins, 34 years of age, with a gunshot wound to her left upper leg. Clovis Fire Department/EMS personnel arrived to care for Adkins. She told Officers she was by her residence at 1125 Rio, when a dark colored vehicle pulled up next to her and
began shooting at her.

Bullets came through the door and one had gone into her left leg. Adkins told Officers,the person who shot her was Michael Russell. The passenger in her vehicle told Officers, a dark colored vehicle had turned onto Rio from Cesar Chavez and stopped next to them. He stated to Officers, the individual in the dark vehicle fired approximately four shots at them. He then told Officers they drove to 1021 1⁄2 Jones and then contacted the police department. Adkins was transported to Plains Regional
Medical Center-Clovis, for treatment of her wound. Adkins was treated for a non-life threatening gunshot wound to her upper left thigh and released.

The victim’s vehicle had four gun shots to the driver side front door. The Special Operations Unit supervisor was contacted and Detectives were dispatched to the scene to assist with the investigation. Officers were looking for the suspect vehicle and
located it at 1308 1⁄2 Rencher Street. The vehicle located came back to the suspect, Michael Russell and matched the description given by Adkins and her passenger.
Officers located Russell in the residence and he was taken into custody and transported to the police department.

Detectives were able to locate the original location of the shooting which was at the intersection of Cesar Chavez and Rio Street, where they located four .22 caliber casings in the roadway. Detectives also completed search warrants for the suspect’s vehicle and the residence at 1308 1⁄2 Rencher Street. Detectives did locate a .22 caliber rifle, along with several other firearms in the residence and one of the firearms was found to be stolen.

Michael Waylon Russell, 29 years of age was transported to the Curry County Adult Detention Center and charged with the following: 30-3-5(C)- Aggravated Battery, (Using a Deadly Weapon); Third Degree Felony. 30-3-8(B)-Shooting at or from a motor vehicle (Resulting in great bodily harm); a Second Degree Felony. 30-16-11(A) and (I)-Retaining stolen property (a firearm); a Fourth Degree Felony and 30-31-25.1-Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; a Misdemeanor.

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THANK YOU Children Youth and Families Department!!!!

We had a visit from CYFD today whose sole purpose is to improve the quality of life for New Mexico’s children. We work with them on an almost daily basis, ensuring that family and children in need of services have the opportunity to thrive.

They presented your Police Department with a poster created with the assistance of some children they have helped, a statue, some M&M’s (it’s not just about donuts folks), and a bouquet of lollipops.

Thank you CYFD, you are a great partner in keeping our community safe.

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April 8th to the 14th is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. Most often we call them Dispatchers.

What is Dispatch? That’s not a simple question to answer, but we’ll give it a try.

Dispatch is tasked with sending your Police Officers and Fire Personnel to emergencies. They are adept multitaskers who can answer a phone, talk on a radio, type, watch six screens in front of them, and still track up to a dozen people at a time.

Dispatch is the men and women who answer the 911 calls made when you hear something go bump in the night, by the mother whose child is choking, by the family whose house is on fire, by people who may be having the worst day of their life, and scores of other things. They do this 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Without this part of the law enforcement team, your Police or Fire Departments wouldn’t be as quick to respond to the needs of our community.

If you run into one of your Dispatchers, let them know you appreciate them. We sure do

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Release Date: 04/06/2018
Incident Type: Social Media Threats, Clovis, New Mexico
Contact Person: Roman Romero, Captain, Public Information Officer, 575-763-9423

Clovis, NM – April 6, 2018 – On Thursday, April 5, 2018, at about 11:21 p.m., Clovis Police Department Dispatch received a telephone call in reference to threats against Clovis High School. Officers responded to the complainant’s home where they were presented with a screen shot of a Snapchat social media
posting. Within the posting was a photo of a person holding a rifle, and captions stating “F*** CHS I’m going out with a bang” and “don’t go to school tmrw”. Shortly after this, the department received additional calls in reference to this posting.

A Detective was activated and responded to the Police Department to investigate the incident.

The person in the photo was identified as a juvenile, a 17 year old male. Officers responded to the suspects address assisted by Deputies of the Curry County Sheriff’s Office. Officers and Deputies responded to the juvenile’s home where they contacted him. After receiving a waiver of his rights pursuant to the Children’s Code, the juvenile was interviewed by a Detective. During the interview, the juvenile confirmed the picture was of him, but relayed that he did not post the captions to the post. As the interview continued, the juvenile ultimately stated he did create a portion of one of the captions, “F*** CHS.”

An arrest warrant was generated for the juvenile for the delinquent act of Aggravated Assault on a School Employee. He was taken into custody without incident. The initial portion of the investigation progressed efficiently with the cooperation of the Curry County Sheriff’s Office and the Clovis Municipal Schools. An increased law enforcement presence may be seen at our local municipal schools.

The Clovis Police Department is continuing the investigation into this incident.

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The Clovis Police Department, working in conjunction with the New Mexico Adult Probation and Parole Office, brings you TURN THEM IN THURSDAY.

This week’s Offender is DAN LUCERO (30 years of age)

MR. LUCERO is currently wanted for PROBATION VIOLATION, having absconded from probation supervision. MR. LUCERO has violated his probation on the original charge of Receiving Stolen Property.

If you know where Mr. Lucero is, please call the Clovis Police Department or the New Mexico Corrections Department Adult Probation and Parole Office at 575-769-1813. Mr. Lucero, if you get tagged on this post, please, turn yourself in.

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Release Date: 03/22/2018
Incident Type: Unattended Death, Clovis, New Mexico
Contact Person: Roman Romero, Captain, Public Information Officer, 575-763-9423

Clovis, NM – March 22, 2018 – On Wednesday, March 21, 2018, at about 6:21 p.m., Officers of the Clovis Police Department and Clovis Fire Department Emergency Medical Services responded to the 600 block of Thornton Street in reference to a 12 year old male who had hung himself. On arrival, EMS immediately transported the child to Plains Regional Medical Center. PRMC staff was unable to resuscitate the child and was pronounced dead at 6:45 p.m.

Detectives of the Special Operations Unit of the Clovis Police Department were dispatched to investigate this tragic loss of life. During the investigation, it was realized that the child took his own life, and no criminal actions led to this event.

On March 22, 2018, the Clovis Police Department received queries about the child’s death being attributed to bullying and we noted that local social media quickly took this as the reasoning for his passing. The loss of a child for any reason affects most everyone. Speculating and jumping to a conclusion without facts can cause undue hysteria within that same community. This heartbreaking incident was not the result of bullying.

The Clovis Police Department asks that the public allow the child’s family privacy so they may grieve and come to terms with this painful event. Our thoughts and deepest condolences go out to the family.