Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-07-29 19:30:11 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – The governor says there will soon be a surge in state police in the metro to help fight crime.The last surge was held in May 2019 following the shooting of a baseball player at the University of New Mexico. Jackson Weller Outside the Nob Hill Bar.
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The operation involved 50 state police officers from other parts of the state working in Albuquerque. The surgery lasted about two weeks. The governor says 50 state police officers will also be involved in the latest effort.
But she wants more to come from surgery. “It also evaluates what was perfect, what wasn’t perfect, and what needs to be improved to ensure that arrests and villains are prosecuted and detained as we intended. “Governor Ruhan Grisham said.
Details regarding the operation, such as where the exact officers will be placed, have not yet been announced.
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