SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – A man is facing charges for threatening hotel workers. According to the criminal complaint, a hotel worker at the Double Tree in Santa Fe says they found 40-year-old Brandon Broderick passed out in the elevator last Thursday. The employee asked Broderick whether he needed help, and he pulled out a knife.
Story continues below:
- Crime: Documents: Man charged with opening fire at Española protest had previous run-in with FBI
- Podcast: Managing the Rio Grande’s water is a long game
- Events: Some of New Mexico’s national parks, historic sites will host eclipse-viewing events
- New Mexico: New Mexico’s governor tests positive for COVID-19, reportedly for the 3rd time in 13 months
Police say he eventually left the hotel. A day later, police found Broderick at the Hyatt Place Hotel on Cerrillos in the kitchen with a knife. Police arrested him on a charge of aggravated assault.
He is also now accused of violating his conditions of release after a year may arrest. Broderick is accused of trying to break into a home. When officers arrived, they say he tried to fight them.