If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at or submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1000 and you can remain anonymous. 

Auto Burglary: Monterey Way, Artesia
March 06, 2018


Offense: Auto Burglary
Occurred: 02/14/18
Victim: Stephanie Gardea
Location: 707 Monterey Way


 

Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving a series of auto burglaries. On the night of February 14th unknown person(s) entered numerous vehicles parked at the residence. The suspect(s) removed several items from the vehicles including a Calvin Klein wallet, a brown leather briefcase, a Samsung Tablet and cash.

If you have any information as to the suspect(s) responsible for this crime or to the location of the stolen items, please contact Crimestoppers with information.

Tips can now be submitted in one of three ways:

1. Call (575) 887-1888 or call toll free at (844) 786-7227

2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com

3. Use the mobile app, “P3 Tips.”


 

EXTREME CRULETY TO ANIMALS: Repost03
March 05, 2018

CRIME: EXTREME CRULETY TO ANIMALS
OCCURRED: AUGUST 1, 2017
VICTIM: BROOKE WILSON AND CHASE BROWN
LOCATION: 634 ANGEL RANCH AND LAKE ROAD, CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, 88220
 
Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving an Extreme Cruelty to Animals that occurred sometime between July 30, , 2017 and July 31, 2017. Detectives with the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office responded to 634 Angel Ranch Road in reference to several cattle being shot and killed. Upon law enforcement arrival, six cattle were found deceased over two separate properties. Further investigation into this incident determined that a high caliber rifle was used within a half mile radius of two separate residences. Multiple pieces of evidence were collected from the scene and that evidence is being processed. The cows that were shot are described as a red roping steer, a black cow, a black cow with a white face, a black angus cow, another black angus cow, and a black bald cow. The total value of the
cattle is approximately $17,000 to $20,000 dollars.
 
If you have any information as to the suspect(s) responsible for this crime, please contact
Crimestoppers with information. Tips can be submitted in one of three ways:
1. Call 575-887-1888 or toll-free 844-786-7227
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, P3 Tips

Eddy County Sheriff’s Office
Mark A. Cage
Sheriff


Larceny: 1200 block Mission
February 14, 2018

CRIME OF THE WEEK
2/14/2018
OFFENSE: Larceny
OCCURRED: February 9, 2018
VICTIM: City of Carlsbad
LOCATION: 1200 block Mission


On February 9, 2018 officers from the Carlsbad Police Department were called in reference to a stolen green John Deer 1550 riding lawn mower along with a 20 ft. black flatbed utility trailer.

It is believed to have been stolen during the day. If anyone has any information regarding the larceny of this lawn mower, please contact Crimestoppers. As always your tip will remain anonymous and you could receive a reward.

Crimestoppers offers $50-$1,000 rewards for information that leads to an arrest.

Tips can now be submitted in one of three ways:

  1. Call (575) 887-1888 or call toll free at (844) 786-7227

  2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com

  3. Use the mobile app, “P3 Tips.”


Jon Blackmon 
Captain


ARSON: 1st St Artesia, New Mexico
January 31, 2018

OFFENSE:                 Arson
OCCURRED:            January 2, 2018
VICTIM:                     Southwest Body & Towing
LOCATION:             Artesia, New Mexico


 

Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving a reported Arson that occurred at 1523 S. 1st St, at the business of Southwest Body and Towing, on January 2, 2018 in Artesia New Mexico.

On January 2, 2018 at around five in the morning deputies with the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office and Artesia Fire Department personnel responded to a report of a fire at the Southwest Body and Towing business which is located at 1523 S. 1st Street in Artesia, New Mexico.  Detectives met with several witnesses and the business owner about the suspicious fires.  The owner of the business advised the total value lost in this incident is about $5,000 dollars.

 

There has been a reward issued for the tip ending in 81.  If you have any information and would like to seek this reward please utilize the P3 application.

The reward issued for tip ending in 92 still has not been collected.

 

Tips can now be submitted in one of three ways:

  1. Call (575) 887-1888 or call toll free at (844) 786-7227
  2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
  3. Use the mobile app, “P3 Tips.”

Mark A. Cage

Sheriff



BURGLARY: La Huerta/Calloway area of Carlsbad, NM
January 28, 2018

OFFENSE: Multiple Burglaries and larcenies
OCCURRED: In the last couple of months
VICTIM: Multiple
LOCATION: La Huerta/Calloway area of Carlsbad, NM
 
In recent months there have been multiple auto burglaries along with theft of construction materials from construction sites and residential areas. Smaller items have been removed from vehicles that have been left unlocked, along with several forced entries. We’ve also had a dark green 2005 Honda Rancher 4-wheeler stolen from the Calloway area. If anybody has any information that can lead to the people responsible for these crimes please contact Crimestoppers.
 
Crimestoppers offers $50-$1,000 rewards for information that leads to an arrest.
 
Tips can be submitted in one of three ways:
1. Call (575) 887-1888 or call toll free at (844) 786-7227
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, “P3 Tips.”
 
Jon Blackmon
Captain
Carlsbad NM Police Department


AGGRAVATED BURGLARY; AGGRAVATED BATTERY: 13th & Lolita
January 17, 2018

Offense: Aggravated Burglary; Aggravated Battery
Occurred: December 24th 2017
Victim:
Location: 13th & Lolita, Artesia, NM


Crimestoppers of Eddy County requests your assistance in solving an Aggravated Burglary and Aggravated Battery which occurred on December 24, 2017. At approximately 8 p.m. the victims returned home to find their front door forced open. The victims entered the residence where they interrupted the suspect burglarizing the home. The victims struggled with the burglar who stabbed both victims before fleeing. The suspect is described as a male about 5’7” and stocky build. He would have injuries to his lower legs and right hand arm area resulting from the struggle. The suspect fled the scene in a 2006 or newer white four door sedan. The sedan may have damage to rear driver’s side bumper or fender area.

On January 13, 2018 between 11am and noon the victims again were burglarized. Forced entry was made through the rear door of their residence. The suspect(s) removed an Emerson Element 55” TV and Vizio sound bar.

If you have any information as to the suspect(s) responsible for these crimes, please contact Crimestoppers with information.

Tips can be submitted one of three ways:
1. Call (575) 887-1888 or call toll free at (844) 786-7227
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, “P3 Tips.”

 



BURGLARY: 1032 N. Francis
January 03, 2018

OFFENSE: Burglary
OCCURRED: March 14, 2017
VICTIM: Sherri Davis
LOCATION: 1032 N. Francis


On 3-14-2017, a burglary was reported on the 1000 block of North Francis in which firearms such as a Colt Agent 45 caliber pistol, Ruger LCP 380 caliber pistol, Sig Sauer 45 caliber pistol, Taurus Judge 45/410 caliber pistol, a Ruger LCR 380 caliber pistol, Ruger SR 22 caliber pistol, Springfield XDS pistol, a Browing Mark II 22 caliber rifle, an Apple 512 GB Macbook air laptop, Apple 12 inch Ipad, an ASUS computer, .96 carat gold ring, 1/3 carat gold bridal set ring, 14 carat gold tennis brackelet with prong set, a 14 carat gold Irish Claddagh ring, and an Eastern Star ring were taken. If anyone has information on the above-listed items that have been purchased from a private individual, a flea market, social media website, pawn shops, or know where these items might be; or the person(s) involved in this burglary contact the Carlsbad Police Department at 575-885-2111 or case agent Det. Elizabeth Ferrales at 575-885-2111 extension 230.

Tips can now be submitted in one of three ways:
1. Call (575) 887-1888 or call toll free at (844) 786-7227 
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, “P3 Tips.”

Jon Blackmon Lieutenant



LARCENY: 1000 block of Riverside Drive
December 12, 2017

EDDY COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS
CRIME OF THE WEEK
December 12, 2017
OFFENSE: Larceny
OCCURRED: December 8, 2017
VICTIM: John Heaton
LOCATION: 1000 block of Riverside Drive, Carlsbad, NM 88220

 

Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving a Larceny that occurred on December 7, 2017 in the 1000 Block of Riverside Drive in Carlsbad, New Mexico.

On December 7, 2017, Officers with the Carlsbad Police Department responded to a residence in the 1000 block of Riverside Drive in reference a theft.  Upon the Officers arrival they met with the victim who advised his backpack that contained his laptop and passport were stolen from his property. The total value lost in this incident is still to be determined.

 

Tips can now be submitted in one of three ways:

  1. Call (575) 887-1888 or call toll free at (844) 786-7227

  2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com

  3. Use the mobile app, “P3 Tips.”

 

Mark A. Cage
Sheriff



BURGLARY: ARTESIA ARCHERY CLUB
December 07, 2017

EDDY COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS
CRIME OF THE WEEK
DECEMBER 7, 2017

CRIME: BURGLARY 
OCCURRED: OCTOBER 28, 2017
VICTIM: ARTESIA ARCHERY CLUB

LOCATION: ARTESIA NEW MEXICO 88210
 



Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving a Burglary that occurred on or about October 28, 2017 in Artesia New Mexico.

On or about October 28, 2017, deputies with the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 100 block of Firehouse Road in reference to a report of a Burglary.  Upon arrival deputies met with the reporting party who advised that several bows and arrows were stolen.  The total value lost in this incident is unknown at the time of this notice.

There has been a reward issued for the tip ending in 81.  If you have any information and would like to seek this reward please utilize the P3 application.

The reward issued for tip ending in 92 still has not been collected.

Tips can now be submitted in one of three ways:

  1. Call (575) 887-1888 or call toll free at (844) 786-7227
  2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
  3. Use the mobile app, “P3 Tips.”

 

Mark A. Cage
Sheriff


 


LARCENY: 100 BLOCK E. CASTLEBERRY, ARTESIA, NM 88210
November 28, 2017

EDDY COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS
CRIME OF THE WEEK
NOVEMBER 28, 2017

CRIME: LARCENY
OCCURRED: NOVEMBER 23, 2017
VICTIM: CHASE FARMS

LOCATION: 100 BLOCK E. CASTLEBERRY, ARTESIA NEW MEXICO 88210


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Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving a Larceny that occurred

On November 23, 2017 at the 100 Block of East Castleberry in Artesia New Mexico.  On November 23, 2017 deputies with the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 100 Block of East Castleberry in reference to a larceny of pecans.  Upon arrival deputies met with the victim of this incident who advised they had caught an unknown male individual on the farm stealing pecans.  Surveillance cameras took a photograph of this same unknown male individual on the property while he was putting pecans in a bag.   The total value of this incident is unknown at this time.


If you have any information as to the suspect(s) responsible for this crime, please contact Crimestoppers with information. Tips can be submitted in one of three ways:

1. Call 575-887-1888 or toll-free 844-786-7227
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, P3 Tips       

 

Eddy County Sheriff’s Office
Mark A. Cage
Sheriff 



EXTREME CRUELTY TO ANIMALS: 634 ANGEL RANCH (2)
November 13, 2017

CRIME: EXTREME CRULETY TO ANIMALS
OCCURRED: AUGUST 1, 2017
VICTIM: BROOKE WILSON AND CHASE BROWN
LOCATION: 634 ANGEL RANCH AND LAKE ROAD, CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, 88220
 
Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving an Extreme Cruelty to Animals that occurred sometime between July 30, , 2017 and July 31, 2017. Detectives with the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office responded to 634 Angel Ranch Road in reference to several cattle being shot and killed. Upon law enforcement arrival, six cattle were found deceased over two separate properties. Further investigation into this incident determined that a high caliber rifle was used within a half mile radius of two separate residences. Multiple pieces of evidence were collected from the scene and that evidence is being processed. The cows that were shot are described as a red roping steer, a black cow, a black cow with a white face, a black angus cow, another black angus cow, and a black bald cow. The total value of the
cattle is approximately $17,000 to $20,000 dollars.
 
If you have any information as to the suspect(s) responsible for this crime, please contact
Crimestoppers with information. Tips can be submitted in one of three ways:
1. Call 575-887-1888 or toll-free 844-786-7227
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, P3 Tips

Eddy County Sheriff’s Office
Mark A. Cage
Sheriff


AGGRAVATED BATTERY WITH A DEADLY WEAPON: 7348 ROSWELL HIGHWAY
October 11, 2017

EDDY COUNTY CRIMESTOPPERS CRIME OF THE WEEK
October 11, 2017

CRIME: AGGRAVATED BATTERY WITH A DEADLY WEAPON
OCCURRED: OCTOBER 6TH, 2017
VICTIM: CHRISTOPHER MADRON  
LOCATION: 7348 ROSWELL HIGHWAY SPACE # 15, ARTESIA NEW MEXICO

Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving an Aggravated Battery with a deadly weapon that occurred on October 6, 2017 at approximately 0730 hours. On October 6, 2017 deputies with the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to 7348 Roswell Highway Space # 15 in reference to shots fired.  Upon arrival at that location deputies observed a male individual, later identified as Christopher Madron, had sustained a gunshot wound.   Detectives were contacted and responded to the scene to conduct an investigation.   

During the investigation it was determined that a red colored sport utility vehicle had entered the RV Park just prior to the shooting.   Surveillance cameras show the same red colored sport utility vehicle leaving the RV Park at a high rate of speed just after the shooting was reported to the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office.     The driver of this vehicle is believed to be involved in this incident.

If you have any information as to the suspect(s) responsible for this crime, please contact Crimestoppers with information. Tips can be submitted in one of three ways:
1. Call 575-887-1888 or toll-free 844-786-7227
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, P3 Tips



EXTREME CRUELTY TO ANIMALS: 634 ANGEL RANCH (1)
September 03, 2017

CRIME: EXTREME CRULETY TO ANIMALS
OCCURRED: AUGUST 1, 2017
VICTIM: BROOKE WILSON AND CHASE BROWN
LOCATION: 634 ANGEL RANCH AND LAKE ROAD, CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, 88220
 
Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving an Extreme Cruelty to Animals that occurred sometime between July 30, , 2017 and July 31, 2017. Detectives with the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office responded to 634 Angel Ranch Road in reference to several cattle being shot and killed. Upon law enforcement arrival, six cattle were found deceased over two separate properties. Further investigation into this incident determined that a high caliber rifle was used within a half mile radius of two separate residences. Multiple pieces of evidence were collected from the scene and that evidence is being processed. The cows that were shot are described as a red roping steer, a black cow, a black cow with a white face, a black angus cow, another black angus cow, and a black bald cow. The total value of the
cattle is approximately $17,000 to $20,000 dollars.
 
If you have any information as to the suspect(s) responsible for this crime, please contact
Crimestoppers with information. Tips can be submitted in one of three ways:
1. Call 575-887-1888 or toll-free 844-786-7227
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, P3 Tips

Eddy County Sheriff’s Office
Mark A. Cage
Sheriff


HOMICIDE: SIX MILE DAM
August 20, 2017

CRIME: HOMICIDE
OCCURRED: AUGUST 20, 2017
VICTIM: ACOSTA, MARIO HECTOR
LOCATION: SIX MILE DAM, CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, 88220

 

Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving Homicide that occurred on August 19, 2017 in the area of Six Mile Dam.  On August 19, 2017 at approximately 0800 hours deputies with the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the area of Six Mile Dam in reference to a male individual who was unconscious and not breathing.   Upon arrival it was determined that the male individual, later identified as thirty eight year old Mario Hector Acosta Jr. of Portales New Mexico, was deceased.    The Eddy County Sheriff’s Office Detective Division was dispatched to the scene to investigate the death.  During their investigation detectives located multiple gunshot wounds to various areas of the victim’s body. 

 

The Eddy County Sheriff’s Office is still attempting to locate persons of interest / witnesses in this homicide.  If you have an information about the homicide or can identify any of the individuals involved please contact Crimestoppers with information.

 

All tips are anonymous and confidential and may result in a reward of up to $1,000.00.

 

If you have any information as to the suspect(s) responsible for this crime, please contact
Crimestoppers with information. Tips can be submitted in one of three ways:
1. Call 575-887-1888 or toll-free 844-786-7227
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, P3 Tips

         

Eddy County Sheriff’s Office

 

Mark A. Cage

Sheriff  



EXTREME CRUELTY TO ANIMALS: 634 ANGEL RANCH
August 07, 2017

CRIME: EXTREME CRULETY TO ANIMALS
OCCURRED: AUGUST 1, 2017
VICTIM: BROOKE WILSON AND CHASE BROWN
LOCATION: 634 ANGEL RANCH AND LAKE ROAD, CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO, 88220
 
Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving an Extreme Cruelty to Animals that occurred sometime between July 30, , 2017 and July 31, 2017. Detectives with the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office responded to 634 Angel Ranch Road in reference to several cattle being shot and killed. Upon law enforcement arrival, six cattle were found deceased over two separate properties. Further investigation into this incident determined that a high caliber rifle was used within a half mile radius of two separate residences. Multiple pieces of evidence were collected from the scene and that evidence is being processed. The cows that were shot are described as a red roping steer, a black cow, a black cow with a white face, a black angus cow, another black angus cow, and a black bald cow. The total value of the
cattle is approximately $17,000 to $20,000 dollars.
 
If you have any information as to the suspect(s) responsible for this crime, please contact
Crimestoppers with information. Tips can be submitted in one of three ways:
1. Call 575-887-1888 or toll-free 844-786-7227
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, P3 Tips

Eddy County Sheriff’s Office
Mark A. Cage
Sheriff


BURGLARY LARCENY: 1701 Gomez
August 01, 2017

STATUS: OPEN
CRIME: BURGLARY (RESIDENTAL) LARCENY OVER $500.00 TO $2,500.00)
OCCURRED: July 29, 2017
VICTIM: Barbara Magllanes
LOCATION: 1701 Gomez, Carlsbad New Mexico, 88220

 
 
Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving a Residential Burglary and Larceny that occurred on sometime between July 28, 2017 and July 29, 2017. On July 29, 2017 deputies with the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to 1701 Gomez in reference to a house that had been burglarized. Upon arrival deputies determined that the suspect(s) gained access
to the home through the front door. While inside the house suspect(s) took a 32 inch ROKU television, a 52 inch Samsung television, a 22 inch HP computer, a Hilti cordless drill, a red portable compressor and various other tools that were in the residence. Suspect(s) left the residence through the back door and left the scene in an unknown direction The total loss is estimated at approximately $1975.00.
 
If you have any information as to the suspect(s) responsible for this crime, please contact
Crimestoppers with information. Tips can be submitted in one of three ways:
1. Call 575-887-1888 or toll-free 844-786-7227
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, P3 Tips

Eddy County Sheriff’s Office
Mark A. Cage
Sheriff


CRUELTY TO ANIMALS: Dark Canyon Rd
June 07, 2017

STATUS: OPEN
CRIME: EXTREME CRUELTY TO ANIMALS                            
OCCURRED:  June 7, 2017                               
VICTIM: Jacob Cass                                       
LOCATION:  353 Dark Canyon Rd. Carlsbad, New Mexico  
 
Crimestoppers of Eddy County is requesting your assistance in solving the Extreme Cruelty to Animals that occurred at 353 Dark Canyon between Tuesday June 6, 2017 and Wednesday June 7, 2017.  The victim advised that he had driven by on Tuesday in the early morning hours and the cows were all okay, on Wednesday June 7, at approximately 1:00 p.m. he again drove by and observed one cow was deceased, upon checking the cow, it was believed to have been shot in the stomach. The total loss is estimated at approximately $2,000.00.
 
The Eddy County Cattle Growers Association is offering an additional $1000.00 reward along with Crimestoppers reward for this crime.
 
If you have any information as to the suspect(s) responsible for this crime, please contact
Crimestoppers with information. Tips can be submitted in one of three ways:
1. Call 575-887-1888 or toll-free 844-786-7227
2. Visit eddycountycrimestoppers.com
3. Use the mobile app, P3 Tips
  
Eddy County Sheriff’s Office
 
Mark A. Cage
Sheriff  


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