On Wednesday, July 8, 2015 District Attorney Mark D’Antonio held a Town Hall Forum in Anthony, NM at the Women’s
The Law Enforcement Torch Run took place today at Albert Johnson Park. DA Mark D’Antonio, LCPD Chief Jaime Montoya, NMSP
In keeping with National Peace Officers Memorial Day (info from the Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Office) the Las Cruces Police
The 2015 Shattered Lives event took place at Gadsden High School over the last few days. The event is geared towards minors to educate and encourage them not to drink and drive. The mock crash scene and the flat line over the intercom every 15 minutes (the frequency of a DWI related death) announcing the “death” of a student followed by an “eulogy” assisted in the bringing the reality to light. All the “dead” students spent the night away from family and friends further simulating the harsh reality of a DWI incident.
On Thursday, officials from New Mexico State Police, Las Cruces Police Department, Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Office, the District Attorney’s Office, Shattered Lives Every 15 Minutes Program and the parents of “dead” students all spoke at a school assembly that sought to encourage the students not to drink and drive and to consider their friends, family and strangers that their decision could impact should they decide otherwise.
All of this during Prom week for Gadsden High School.
The Third Judicial District Attorney’s Office wants to express their thanks to all the agencies and volunteers involved.
Well over 350 people participated in the “Engaging Communities And Empowering Victims” event on April 18th at Pioneer Park. The
District Attorney Mark D’Antonio will host a town hall meeting honoring victims of crime and those who advocate in their
The 2015 Team Zane-March of Dimes event was held Saturday, March 21st. This event sponsored by Jeffery Silva is the
On Saturday March 14th, we had a Flapjack fundraiser to raise money for our Annual Crime Victims’ Rights Walk, to
The 16th Annual Cowboy Days will be held this weekend at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Museum. There’s plenty