Police academy seeks volunteers

CNJ Staff The Clovis Police Department needs residents to participate in a Citizens Police Academy, according to a press release. Tentatively scheduled to begin in February, the 12-week course is designed to give citizens a better understanding of the training, duties and responsibilities involved in being a police officer, the release said. The course is […]

Reporter’s Notebook: Policeman’s daughter raising money for K-9 safety vests

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer THE 9-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER of a Clovis policeman has started raising funds to buy bullet-resistant vests for the police department’s K-9 officers. Destiny Muller told her father, officer Eric Muller, during a visit to the police department she was surprised the department’s three K-9 officers didn’t have protective vests. She […]

Police seek city unity

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CNJ Staff Photo: Gabriel Monte Clovis Police Chief Dan Blair speaks to community members Tuesday about getting involved in crime prevention at a seminar in the Lyceum Theatre. By Gabriel Monte: Freedom Newspapers Clovis Police Chief Dan Blair knows from personal experience about frustration with crime. In a crime seminar Tuesday at the Lyceum Theatre, […]

Cops go shopping with youth

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CClovis police officer Brent Aguilar helps Fabian Selgado pull the rip chord on a spinning toy while Fabian’s brother Benjamin Selgado III looks on. Aguilar was with the boys during By Sharna Johnson: CNJ Staff It was hard to distinguish who was having more fun — the cops or the kids — as they cruised […]

Officer’s aim: Improved community relations

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Community relations officer Eric Muller plans to start a public information campaign that will cover topics from crime prevention to educational messages about gun safety and drunken driving. (Staff photo: Tony Bullocks) By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer As the new community relations officer for the Clovis Police Department, Eric Muller hopes to strengthen the […]

Cops and Courts: Court closed for conference

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer The Curry County Magistrate Court will be closed Tuesday through Friday for an annual conference for judges and court clerks in Albuquerque, according to court officials. Anyone scheduled to appear during this time should contact the court when it reopens at 8 a.m. Dec. 11. Members of the Clovis […]

Muller, Pearl Louise

Pearl Louise Muller Services: Have been held. Pearl Louise Muller, 84, of Farwell, died Monday, Dec. 20, 2004, at the Farwell Convalescent Center. She was born on Dec. 5, 1920, in Glendale, Ariz., to Ray and Susan Emma Brown. She attended school in Glendale and Estancia. She owned and operated “Pearl’s Cafe” in Albuquerque for […]

Melrose loses power in brief outage

By Darrell Todd Maurina The city of Melrose lost electric power for about an hour Wednesday night, knocking out the lights at most homes and businesses in the city of 800. Police Administrator C.C. Pyle said a few buildings retained power due to generators, but most went dark. “It went off at 7:45 and came […]