The following were recently booked on felony charges and taken to the San Miguel County Detention Center:

•Carlos Lucero, 39, of Albuquerque, burglary and property damage for allegedly breaking into a camper and a vehicle in the 1200 block off Highway 434 in Mora County on Sept. 23.

•Carmen Julie Salazar, 27, of Las Vegas, breaking and entering for allegedly damaging a door to a home in the 400 block of Comanche Drive on Sept. 22.

•Richard Rodriguez, 38, of Santa Fe, drunken driving, fleeing police and seven counts of assaulting a police officer for allegedly fleeing on Sept. 25 during a state police DWI checkpoint on state Route 63.

•Dominic Baca, 30, of 320 Grand Ave., Apt. 3, Las Vegas, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and child abuse for allegedly punching a woman and leaving a 1- and 7-year-old at home alone on Sept. 20 at a Moreno Street location.

•Leonard Ray Vigil, 27, of Albuquerque, theft of vehicle and firearm on April 23 from a Louden Circle location.

•Lazarus Fahey, 55, of Los Lunas, sixth drunken driving arrest on Dec. 10 in Mora County.

•Jessie A. Aragon, 54, of 102 Mills Ave., No. 5, Las Vegas, aggravated assault with a weapon and tampering with evidence for allegedly firing a gun at another man on Oct. 4 at a Mills Avenue location.

•Eric R. Garcia, 27, of 412 Blanchard St., Las Vegas, escape from a custody release program for allegedly not being at his home, as required, on Sept 28 when a court official visited. 

•Arthur Pino, 46, of 91 County Road CO11, Buena Vista, two counts of aggravated battery for allegedly choking a woman and throwing her on the bed on Oct. 5.

•Yesca Sulliavan, 51, of Embudo, possession of a controlled substance for allegedly admitting to using heroin and cocaine when police observed her suspicious behavior in the Allsup’s parking lot in Mora.

•Valerie Torres, 50, of Albuquerque, possession of a controlled substance for allegedly having suspected cocaine during a traffic stop on Oct. 6 on Railroad Avenue.


Source: San Miguel County Detention Center

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