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In Albuquerque: Burglars attack tattoo shop
The Albuquerque tattoo store is looking for explanations after having a burglar has robbed 1000s of dollars of products.
True Love Tattoo close by Luis Tao and Menelaus was shut for several weeks due to corona virus. Entrepreneur Rick Torres took numerous tattoo equipment, electric power resources, and inks along with him, however, many of these had been left behind.
He discovered that an individual broke into the store and took the equipment over the past weekend. Torres states this is a catastrophic setback. "And right now, our market is shut, and there's no cash flowing in with this on all of it, it's a blow," Torres stated. He claims he will not ask for any financial assistance, just wishes that the responsible ones can return the materials.
SIC authorizes the development of $100M restoration fund
The New Mexico Say Financial Investment Council unanimously elected Tues to immediately power up to $100 million from one of the major fixed resources of the state into a newly formed New Mexico Restoration Account, which will offer cheaper, short-term financial loans to companies struggling to stay competitive by the coronavirus chaos.
Gov. Michelle, who heads the Investment Committee, advised the SIC to act fast, stating that several companies are approaching the "break-point" due to state-managed shutdowns in an effort to reduce the transmission of the coronavirus.
Charles S. Leader of many groups, boards, and organizations passed away at 98
According to the daughter of Mr. Charles, Many Friends, and colleagues remembered Mr. Charles as ‘’ Mr. Albuquerque’’ because of his huge fan following and association with many big committees, government agencies, and he was the board of members of many organizations. She further said his father was a very sincere person and pure of heart. May God bless his soul ‘’Amen’’
Mr. Charles was a retired officer from the American Navy, he fought World War 2, and he was one of the sophisticated and decorated officers. After retried he was appointed as head of the University of New Mexico, and he retained his position for 11 years, later he joined New Mexico Title for worked there for 3 decades.
ALENCIA COUNTY, N.M. – Managing a fire without water is what a couple from Valencia County says happened when firefighters on their property responded to a blaze. When responders arrived on the scene, the family says they were relieved, but then frustrated when they were unable to take immediate action.
Amanda Griego claims a fire started out in their backyard workshop on Tuesday afternoon just a few meters from the home of her parents in Valencia County. "That's where our relatives hung out, birthdays spent, we're spending holidays here," says Griego. She claims it was very unprepared for the firemen. No water came from the hose of the truck.
Video describes a firefighter with no stream carrying a hose toward the blaze. "While they make an appearance, you may assume they can save my building, however when they stretch out the hose and all you hear is the truck's winding and nothing comes out, you feel helpless, you feel disappointed," Griego retorted.
Brian Culp, chief of the Valencia County Fire, says the reason no water came out of the truck was that the pump had not been packed. This year, he says it needs to be prepared.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A man from Albuquerque led police on a wild chase usually seen only in the films. It caught the entire incident on film.
He began trying to unlock a white truck at a hotel near Coors and Iliff when Albuquerque Police saw Armando Romero back in September. He was found to have a warrant for his arrest by police trying to help him.
They were trying to ask him about it, but he started running into oncoming Coors traffic. In a risky pursuit, Romero led the policeman. Romero managed to run into traffic and even attempted to catch his own multi-car ride. The cop pulled a semi-truck at one point to try and catch up with him.
As a driver pulled over, Romero can be seen struggling to hold a truck. He tried to jump on the back of a pickup truck once the cop spotted him.
Romero has been accused of resisting, evading, or hindering an officer. Court records show that the charges were dismissed as APD was not willing to proceed with the case. Whether they didn't want to go forward is uncertain, but perhaps the state can re-file the charges. The extensive criminal record of Romero includes charges of assault and burglar from 2007.