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Man killed in shooting at Pep Boys

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One unidentified man was killed during a shooting at the local Pep Boys.

On Dec. 6, around 11:30 am, Gallup Police Officers were dispatched to Pep Boys, 702 U.S. Highway 491, in reference to shots fired.

Patrol officers arrived on scene and found a man who had died from multiple gun shots wounds. The identity of the...

Missing, endangered person advisory

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The Gallup Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in locating Raymond A. McClanahan.

McClanahan is a Caucasian man. He is 27 years old, is about five feet and 11 inches tall, and weighs about 145 pounds. He has brown eyes and brown hair.

McClanahan was last seen around 8:40 pm near 827 N. Ninth St. McClanahan is believed to be driving a white 1999 Jeep Cherokee displaying a New Mexico license plate of 144TMB. McClanahan was last seen wearing a black jacket with green stripes, light blue pants, white shoes, and wearing a gray hat. His whereabouts and destination are not known.

McClanahan is considered missing and believed to be in danger if he's not located.

Anyone...

Missing, endangered person advisory

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The Gallup Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in locating John M. Luna, a Hispanic male who is 45 years old.

Luna is six feet and one inch tall, and weighs about 265 pounds. He has brown eyes and brown hair.

He was last seen around 4:30 am on Dec. 1 after leaving for work in Albuquerque.

Luna is believed to be driving a white 2016 KIA Rios displaying a New Mexico license plate of HGJD04. Luna was last seen wearing a black long sleeve T-shirt, tan pants, and wearing brown boots. His whereabouts are not known. John M. Luna is missing and is believed to be in danger if not located.

Anyone with any information regarding this New Mexico Missing Endangered Person...

‘Gallup Gearheads’ gearing up for first robotics competition

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The Los Alamos High School robotics team is trying to recruit more members, which is why they held a robotics demonstration on Nov. 18 at Rehoboth Christian School. Andrew Erickson, the mentor for the robotics team, along with his students from Team #4153, came down to show off their robot “Hoops-a-long.”

The robot was designed by the students to play a game wherein it picks up balls and shoots them into a net about eight feet high. The robot has been in several competitions and has placed fourth nationwide. Erickson said a lot of work has gone into designing the robot, and constant calibration is needed to have the robot perform well and adjust to temperature changes. A...

Weekly DWI Report

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Featured DWI

Carl Joe Tso

Oct. 15, 12:15 am

Aggravated DWI (Third)

Reckless driving led to a Mentmore man, Carl Joe Tso, 43, being arrested and charged with his third DWI.

A witness advised Metro Dispatch they had seen a gold GMC Yukon that ran the flashing red lights near the intersection of South Second Street and West Coal Avenue and had parked before the railroad tracks.

Gallup Officer Vincent Thompson traveled to the scene, where he found the vehicle south of the tracks and conducted a traffic stop. Thompson approached the passenger side window and saw the driver, Tso, slumped over in the driver’s seat. He tried to wake Tso up, at which point the vehicle...
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