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Mora County sheriff's altercation with deputy
Travis Johnson recorded phone call of Asst. City Attorney
May 19, 2012 08:43 AM PDT
Travis Johnson, the passenger in a recent DWI arrest of Scott Owens in which Owens was driving Johnson's vehicle, records a phone call with Asst. City Attorney Alfred Walker. The City has seized the vehicle and Johnson wants it back, claiming he falls under the "innocent owner" exemption to the city's DWI vehicle forfeiture policy. Walker, nor anyone at the city, seems to buy he's an innocent owner who didn't know of Owens' drinking past (he admitted he was drunk when involved in a 2009 crash that killed four teens and severely injured a fifth but was acquitted of vehicular homicide charges in 2011). This audio was released to The New Mexican by the City of Santa Fe after Johnson, who made the recording, and his attorney Aaron Boland presented it to the city. (STORY: http://www.santafenewmexican.com/Local%20News/City-releases-audio-recording-in-forfeiture-case)Darden's voicemail for Gov. Martinez (02/12)
February 23, 2012 12:05 AM PST
This is an audio file of a voicemail Santa Fe hairdresser Antonio Darden left last week with the Governor Susana Martinez's office about his refusal to give her a haircut because of her stance on gay marriage. The audio file was released to The New Mexican on Wednesday by the Governor's Office.Former Santa Fe Sheriff Greg Solano's comments following plea hearing
July 20, 2011 02:15 PM PDTDirector advises PIO against speaking with media
April 12, 2011 04:38 PM PDT
The following was published in The Santa Fe New Mexican on April 12, 2011
A not-so-private conversation between North Central Transit Director Josette Lucero and Annette Velarde, her new public-information officer, was captured by The New Mexican after one of them accidentally dialed in the newspaper's phone number.
December 30, 2010 12:35 AM PSTSplurgenm.com radio spot
October 11, 2010 03:12 PM PDT
This radio spot will be heard this week on Hutton Broadcast radio stations in Northern New Mexico this week.Bus opera
September 20, 2010 03:58 PM PDT
Voices of Karmela Gonzales and Madi Soto blend with the sounds of a city bus
May 24, 2010 03:26 PM PDTKSFR reports on paywalls for local newspaper Web sites
March 25, 2010 11:43 AM PDT
Local Santa Fe public radio station aired this story on subscriber-paid access to news Web sites on March, 25, 2010. In the report, KSFR reporter Rachel Kennedy interviews Henry M. Lopez, Web editor at The Santa Fe New Mexican and a representative of The Albuquerque Journal.
Each company has taken a different path on the issue of subscriber-paid access to their new Web site. The Journal has required paid access to the bulk of its materials for nearly a decade. Meanwhile, The New Mexican has not made such a requirement.
Recently, The New Mexican's arts and culture magazine, Pasatiempo, has been made available for subscription.
The recording is approximately six minutes.
An audio clip of Mora County Sheriff's deputy Lee Allingham in an altercation with Sheriff Thomas Garza on April 7. Allingham claims Garza battered him after he arrested Patrick Trujillo on a DWI charge.
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