Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Las Cruces New Mexico Police Station Address: 217 E Picacho Ave, Las Cruces, NM 88001, United States


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Crime Stoppers Seeks Info on Human Remains Found near Rinconada

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Walgreens Stores Target of Burglaries in Las Cruces, Anthony and Deming

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Crash Victim Identified

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A photo circulating social media appears to be a threat to a school with the initials “MHS,” but Las Cruces police have learned the incident is concerning a school in Virginia. LCPD is not aware of any threats or cause for concern regarding schools in the Mesilla Valley.

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Police Hope to ID Suspects who used Stolen Debit Card at Target

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Crash Claims Life of 88-year-old Las Cruces Woman

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Las Cruces Police Department

The Las Cruces Police Department (LCPD) is the law enforcement agency responsible for protecting the City of Las Cruces, New Mexico. LCPD has an authorized strength of 191 officers and serves a community of over 101,000. The Las Cruces Police Department is the second largest municipal police department in New Mexico.

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Crime Stoppers Seeks Info on Human Remains Found near Rinconada

Las Cruces Crime Stoppers has increased its reward to $2,000 for anyone who has information that can help identify the human remains found Dec. 10 in an undeveloped area near Rinconada Boulevard.

In December, LCPD released photos of several pieces of evidence found near the remains. Investigators hope someone will recognize the items collected that, in turn, will help identify the remains. The items include five pieces of jewelry, the label from a coat and a pair of sunglasses. Investigators are also releasing the image of a small piece of paper with the hopes someone might recognize the handwriting.

The human remains were found by a hiker at about 10 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 10, in an undeveloped area off Rinconada Boulevard. The remains were sent to the New Mexico medical investigator’s office but have yet to be identified. Investigators still do not know the gender or approximate age of the individual.

Investigators are not sure if foul play was involved or how long the remains had been in the area that’s west of the intersection of Rinconada and Sonoma Ranch Boulevard.

Anyone with information that can help identify any of the evidence is asked to call Las Cruces Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Individuals can remain anonymous by calling the Crime Stoppers number.

The Crime Stoppers number is operational 24 hours a day and you do not have to give your name to collect a reward.

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Man Suspected of Critically Injuring 7-week-old Daughter

Police have arrested a Las Cruces man suspected of violently shaking his infant daughter and causing severe injuries to the young child.

Marcus Alton Minnick, 19, of the 1900 block of Calle de Suenos, is charged with a first-degree felony count of child abuse causing great bodily harm.

Las Cruces police investigators learned that the child’s mother went to the store at about 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 16, leaving her 7-week-old daughter in the care of Minnick who is the child’s biological father. Investigators learned that while in the care of her father, the young child began crying so Minnick removed her from a bassinette and began shaking her back and forth.

Investigators learned that Minnick then realized what he was doing and placed the baby back in the bassinette before leaving the room for a period of time. At some point, Minnick returned to the child and found her to be unresponsive.

Minnick indicated to investigators that he tried to rouse his daughter without success and discovered that she was not breathing. He also indicated that he began performing CPR but did not call 911. Sometime later, the child’s mother returned home and called 911.

First responders arrived and performed CPR on the young girl while she was transported to Memorial Medical Center. The infant was revived at MMC and then transported to University Medical Center.

Medical professionals at UMC informed investigators that the child was diagnosed with hemorrhaging in the brain, severe bilateral retinal hemorrhage in both eyes, global hypoxic brain injury and she was malnourished. Upon further examination, medical professionals learned that the child also has rib fractures that appeared to be two to three weeks old. Investigators learned that the child’s condition was considered to be critical and grave. The young girl remains hospitalized in El Paso. The investigation is ongoing.

A warrant was issued for Minnick’s arrest on Wednesday and he was detained by Las Cruces police officers that evening at his home. He was booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center where he is initially being held without bond.

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Walgreens Stores Target of Burglaries in Las Cruces, Anthony and Deming

Police are hoping to identify two men suspected of breaking into Walgreens stores in Las Cruces, Anthony and Deming early Wednesday morning.

At about 2 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17, Las Cruces police were dispatched to an alarm at the Walgreens store at 3490 Northrise Dr. No suspects were located but officers reviewed surveillance video which showed two masked men break into the store and attempt to gain access to the store’s pharmacy.

The suspects were unable to gain access to the pharmacy and fled the store before police arrived on scene.

Police learned that at about 2:30 a.m. the Walgreens store in Anthony, Texas, was targeted in the same manner. That store is located at 1432 Antonio St. in Anthony.

At about 3:10 a.m., the Walgreens store in Deming, N.M., at 122 N. Gold Ave., was also targeted by what appears to be the same two men.

The suspects appeared to be men wearing masks and gloves. One of the suspects was wearing a gray hoodie, while the second suspect wore a black hoodie with writing along its sleeves and a logo on the front. The suspects were believed to be driving a dark-color vehicle, possibly a Chevy Malibu.

Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 to anyone who can help identify the suspects. Anyone with information that can help identify the suspects is asked to call Las Cruces Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. The number is operational 24-hours a day and tipsters do not have to leave a name to collect a reward.

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Man Suspected of Pointing AR-15 style Rifle at Woman

Las Cruces police arrested a man suspected of pointing an AR-15 style rifle at a woman outside a local sports bar on Sunday evening.

Robert Burnham, 32, who has addresses in Las Cruces and Farmington, N.M., is charged with one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The charge is a fourth-degree felony.

Shortly before 7 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 14, Las Cruces police were dispatched to the report of a subject with a gun at The Game II, at 4131 Northrise Dr. Officers learned that the subject left the area in a red 2-door Jeep.

Investigators learned that Burnham got into an argument with two women outside the bar. As the argument escalated Burnham went to his Jeep, pulled out an AR-15 style rifle and allegedly pointed it at one of the women. The other woman involved in the argument intervened by pushing the barrel of the rifle away.

Burnham then left the area in the Jeep, heading south on Sonoma Ranch Boulevard.

Las Cruces police officers located the red 2-door Jeep and conducted a high-risk traffic stop near the Walmart store on Sonoma Ranch Boulevard. Burnham was taken into custody without further incident. Clearly visible inside the Jeep was a black AR-15 style rifle partially wrapped in a jacket and behind the front seats.

Burnham was booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center where he is initially being held without bond.

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Man Suspected of Abusing Toddler

Police arrested a Las Cruces man suspected of using the back of his hand to strike his girlfriend’s 2 1/2 -year-old daughter on her mouth Thursday evening.

Efrem Duran, 38, of 2405 W. Picacho Ave., is charged with two third-degree felony counts of child abuse.

On Thursday evening, Las Cruces police were dispatched to the report of child abuse at a home on the 1700 block of west Hadley Avenue. Police learned that a home health caregiver was at the home when he witnessed Duran pull a young child by her feet, causing her to fall and strike her head on the floor.

Investigators learned the caregiver then pulled out his cell phone and began taking video of the incident before calling 911.

Upon watching the video, investigators learned that Duran used the back of his hand to slap the young girl’s mouth twice in a hard manner. The video also shows Duran drag the young girl by her feet toward him.

Investigators learned that the young girl is the daughter of Duran’s girlfriend. Investigators observed bruising to the girl’s mouth and face. Her injuries were not life-threatening.

Duran was arrested and booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center where he is initially being held without bond.