March 18, 2015 KOAT In Las Cruces the judge delayed his decision to force the release of officer Jeremy Martin’s personal records including mental health, medical and performance records. Tai Chan defense attorney John Day and the Santa Fe Sheriff’s Office have two more weeks to make their arguments. The judge is expected to make his decision on April 2. Read more…
March 18, 2015 Albuquerque Journal “Frankly, I’m skeptical given how the evidence has been treated in this case,” said defense attorney John Day. The white powdery substance found on officer Jeremy Martin tested positive for aspirin but Tai Chan’s attorney wants to do more testing on the drug. Read more via Albuquerque Journal
Santa Fe Police Officer Lt. Jason Wagner appeared in court today to enter a not guilt plea to time card fraud. Lt. Wagner will return to court on April 18th for his preliminary hearing to decide if there is probable cause to proceed with a trial. Read more via Albuquerque Journal Read more via Santa Fe New Mexican
His attorney, Kate Ferlic of Santa Fe, said the board complaint against Stoller is unfounded and appears to have larger dimensions. “This prosecution does not seem to be about the individual doctor, but a war on hyperbaric oxygen therapy and its merits,” she told the Journal.
Doctor accused of treating child who wasn’t sick
Controversial physician used oxygen therapy, dangerous drugs
Breaking news in the Santa Fe Deputy Shooting.
Santa Fe deputy shoots and kills fellow deputy
A Santa Fe County deputy has shot and killed a fellow Santa Fe County deputy at a hotel in Las Cruces. A spokesman for the Las Cruces Police Department said that the shooting occurred just after midnight, and that more information will be made available at 9 a.m. Sheriff Robert Garcia will hold a co…