1. Rio Rancho Police are conducting an internal review after a number of people came forward regarding an officer’s behavior during a recent incident. Witness video shows an older man on top of a 17-year-old with a motorcycle at the intersection near High Resort and 5-28. Witnesses say police quickly made up their mind that the older man was the victim regardless of what everyone was telling them. The 17-year-old’s mother says she believes officers profiled her son. No one was seriously injured in this fight. Rio Rancho Police say they are also reviewing the incident to see if any criminal charges will be filed.
Read the full story: Viral crosswalk fight: Witness speaks out, Police investigate
2. Wisconsin investigators are looking for help in New Mexico to solve a 34-year-old cold case murder. The woman, who has never been identified, is described as Caucasian, between 50 and 63 years old, 150 lbs, 5-foot-5 inches tall with blue eyes and brown-graying hair. Her body was found brutally beaten in 1984 on a rural Wisconsin road. Investigators recently sent her clothing into forensic. Investigators who found pollen from either New Mexico or Arizona on it.
Read the full story: Pollen links Wisconsin cold case Jane Doe murder to New Mexico, SW
3. Another hot afternoon with Friday’s highs topping out well above seasonal averages — expect widespread 80s, 90s and low 100s by late day.
Read the full forecast: Kristen’s Friday Morning Forecast
4. The New Mexico Game and Fish Department is letting anglers know about new rules using a unique strategy. Officers have been busy posting “Special Trout Water” signs across the state. A “red chile” sign means there’s catch and release with tackle restrictions while a “green chile” sign means there is a two trout daily bag limit with tackle restrictions.The “Christmas chile” sign also sets a two trout limit with any legal tackle.
Read the full story: Game and Fish posts ‘special trout water’ signs across New Mexico
5. YMCA’s Camp Shaver will have a new look this summer all thanks to some local volunteers. Each year, Keller Williams donates a day of volunteering. This year, the real estate company’s local branch dedicated their time to cleaning up Camp Shaver in the Jemez Mountains. Seventy-five volunteers spent the day painting and upgrading trails to get ready for incoming campers. Week-long camp sessions begin June 3 and run through August 4.
Read the full story: Volunteers help spruce up youth camp for summer season
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