ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Court papers allege that somebody fraudulently obtained more than $1 million in parts from Dell computers by making hundreds of calls while pretending to place orders for Sandia and Los Alamos National Labs.
The Albuquerque Journal reports that the alleged fraud reportedly started in 2007 and continued until 2010.
The case was turned over to the secret service that year after a security investigator contacted police.
Two Albuquerque men were indicted last May on more than 130 state counts each of fraud.
The two men have pleaded not guilty.
A recent Christmas Eve tradition that's become increasingly popular in Santa Fe has been shot down.
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What happened to one of four local officers shot in a dramatic October chase now has the attention of city, county, and even state lawmakers as they discuss proposing a policy that would ensure she will be the last first responder to get …
Albuquerque police have now identified the suspect shot by officers on Sunday, and he's a man whose past includes at least one fight with police and several other violent incidents.
A pair of Lobo football players were honored by the Mountain West on Tuesday.
A Sheriff's Deputy who was fired for forging a certificate of completion for a training course she did not complete caught a break from the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy Board.