Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 7:05 pm (Updated: November 17, 4:21 pm)
Mora County Sheriff Roy Cordova has quit his other job as a Valencia County sheriff’s deputy after crashing his squad car and then refusing to take a breath-alcohol test, an Albuquerque TV station reported.
Cordova, who was hired in September in Valencia County, has continued to collect his full paycheck in Mora County, even though he has been working part time.
KRQE reported Monday that Cordova, who lost his bid for re-election, hit a guardrail while on patrol Sunday. The crash caused minimal damage.
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