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Suspect arrested in killing of University of New Mexico baseball player

Albuquerque police arrested a man on Friday, accusing him of killing a University of New Mexico (UNM) baseball player at a popular restaurant last weekend.

Darian Bashir, 23, was taken into custody at an apartment on Saturday and arrested without incident. He faces a count of murder in the shooting of Jackson Weller, 23.

Friends of Weller told police the former baseball player was in a fight before the shooting, but that Bashir wasn’t involved, according to The Albuquerque Journal.

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Video surveillance appears to show Bashir committing the crime, officials say. Detectives say he was later seen in a car speeding away from the scene, although it’s not clear if he was driving the vehicle.

Police found Weller at 2:15 a.m. lying on the street. He was pronounced dead at the hospital shortly after.

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UNM pitcher Jackson Weller stands in the team’s locker room. He was shot and killed last weekend and police have identified a suspect. (UNM)

According to police, three witnesses saw Bashir holding a gun, and two of them reported seeing him shoot Weller and walk away.

Bashir was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon on Feb. 13. for allegedly firing a weapon out of a vehicle, but Judge Richard Brown released Bashir because he had “minimal criminal history” and “no felony convictions.”

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Tributes for Weller were planned at the UNM baseball team’s game against UNLV on Saturday. Ray Birmingham, the coach for UNM, tweeted a picture of the team’s lineup for the game, with Weller included as the starting pitcher

A large heart shaped wreath with a cross in his baseball glove were also placed on the pitcher’s mound behind a large poster with Weller’s name on it, the caption reading “We love you Jackson Weller.”

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Border Patrol apprehends ‘largest group’ of illegal immigrants near US border yet

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U.S. Border Patrol on Tuesday morning apprehended its largest group of illegal immigrants caught at once, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) reported.

CBP said 424 illegal aliens were apprehended just after midnight in Sunland Park, New Mexico; an additional 230 illegal aliens were apprehended in Antelope Wells, N.M., around 2 a.m.

“This is an ongoing situation that U.S Border Patrol agents are facing in southern New Mexico: hundreds of parents and children being encountered by agents after having faced a dangerous journey in the hands of unscrupulous smugglers,” CBP said in a statement. “Criminal organizations continue to exploit innocent human lives in order to enhance their illicit activities without due regard to the risks of human life.  In most cases these smugglers never cross the border themselves in order to avoid apprehension.”

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This is the group of 230 undocumented immigrants apprehended today in Antelope Wells. (US Border Patrol)

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Officials have said the surge of migrant families was overwhelming the southern border.

Border officials said they were struggling to cope with the influx of Central American families, with Border Patrol apprehending a record-setting 53,000 families in March.

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The Trump administration has supported changes to the asylum process and other steps to slow the influx of migrants at the border as President Trump tries to make good on his 2016 campaign promises.

Fox News’ Lee Ross contributed to this report.

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Suspect, 17, arrested in shooting death of US Postal Service letter carrier, an Army vet

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A 17-year-old suspect was arrested Wednesday night in connection with Monday’s shooting death of a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service, according to authorities in New Mexico.

Albuquerque Police confirmed the arrest in a Twitter message.

“Our detectives worked with the US Postal Inspection Service to locate and arrest the suspect accused of murdering a local letter carrier. Thank you to everyone who assisted,” the message said.

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The arrest happened “without incident,” police spokesman Gilbert Gallegos told the Albuquerque Journal. Further details about the arrest were not immediately available.

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Flowers and notes are arranged atop a mailbox on April 23, 2019, in tribute to a mail carrier who police say was killed outside an adjacent home in Albuquerque, N.M. (Associated Press)

Fox News is withholding the name of the suspect because of his age. A photo shown on local television showed the teen smiling and holding a large handgun.

Letter carrier Jose Hernandez was fatally shot Monday afternoon when he intervened in a domestic dispute between the suspect and his mother outside their home, Albuquerque’s KOB-TV reported.

Hernandez had used mace on the teen after he allegedly “became aggressive” during the dispute, the Journal reported. The teen then allegedly got a gun from inside the house then came back outside and allegedly shot Hernandez, the report said.

Neighbors tried to revive Hernandez but he died at the scene, the newspaper reported.

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“This is something that is completely unexpected,” said Rod Spurgeon, a spokesman for the Postal Service.

Hernandez was a U.S. Army veteran and had worked for the Postal Service for 12 years, family members told the Journal. He was originally from Phoenix, the report said.

A small memorial was seen Tuesday outside the post office where Hernandez worked. “Rest in Peace, Jose,” read a sign propped against a tree.

The Associated Press contributed to this story.

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New Mexico militia detains migrants at gunpoint until Border Patrol arrives: report

An armed right-wing militia group operating along the U.S.-Mexico border posted several videos to social media this week, including one in which they held about 200 asylum-seeking migrants at gunpoint near Sunland Park, N.M., until U.S. Border Patrol agents arrived, according to a report.

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The militia group, which calls itself the United Constitutional Patriots, said it is determined to monitor the border until President Trump fulfills his campaign promise of a border wall or until Congress enacts stronger legislation to make it more difficult for migrants to request asylum, Jim Benvie, a spokesman, told The New York Times in a phone interview.

“It should go without saying that regular citizens have no authority to arrest or detain anyone,” the governor of New Mexico, Michelle Lujan Grisham, said in a statement to The New York Times, adding that it is “completely unacceptable” that migrants be “menaced or threatened” upon entering the U.S.

The American Civil Liberties Union said in a statement that “the Trump administration’s vile racism” emboldened these groups.

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Carlos A. Diaz, a spokesperson for Customs and Border Protection, would not divulge specific details about the scene in the video or about the United Constitutional Patriots, but said in a statement that Border Patrol “does not endorse private groups or organizations taking enforcement matters into their own hands.”

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Woman steals ambulance from New Mexico hospital ‘to get heroin,’ police say

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A woman was arrested Saturday after stealing an ambulance from a New Mexico hospital and driving it around in circles to look for heroin before crashing it, police said.

Ashley Ulibarri, 25, allegedly stole the vehicle from the University of New Mexico Hospital where she was a patient, the Albuquerque Journal reported, citing a criminal complaint.

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She was discharged from the hospital and went into an ambulance, which had its doors open, the newspaper reported. She then allegedly drove the vehicle around and got into a different ambulance.

Ulibarri allegedly drove the second ambulance down a street before hitting a pole and getting stuck, according to the Albuquerque Journal. She reportedly then hopped onto a gurney and pretended she was a patient.

She allegedly told an officer she “wanted to get heroin so she took the ambulance to find some.” She told police she hurt her back in the crash and was taken back to the hospital, the paper reported.

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Ulibarri faces an unlawful taking of a motor vehicle charge.

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New Mexico man arrested after police allegedly find dozens of diamonds in anal cavity

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A New Mexico man faces multiple charges after police found over four dozen diamonds in a bag inside his anal cavity that he allegedly planned on trading for drugs, KOB 4 reported.

Twenty-three-year-old Eusebio Padilla was arrested on charges including receiving stolen property and tampering with evidence after what began as a routine traffic stop on April 7. Police pulled him over for allegedly riding a motorcycle without a license plate.

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Police said they spotted a knife on Padilla and patted him down. He was caught attempting to remove “a baggy” from his rear at some point during the traffic stop, according to a criminal complaint filed in Albuquerque’s Metropolitan Court.

Police said they found 44 diamonds inside the bag recovered from Padilla’s rectum. The man allegedly told officers that he obtained the jewels from his uncle who “usually has stolen items,” KOB 4 reported.

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The criminal complaint alleges that Padilla planned on trading the rare gemstones for drugs. It is not known if Padilla has an attorney.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Former UN ambassador backs smaller US-North Korea deals, says Trump should leave negotiations to State Department

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Bill Richardson, former US ambassador to the United Nations, said Friday he does not support the idea of a third summit with North Korea but instead backs the idea of a series of smaller deals with Pyongyang over its nuclear intentions.

“I believe right now that a summit with Kim Jong Un would not be a good idea,” Richardson told America’s Newsroom.

President Trump on Thursday said he would be open to a third meeting with the North Korean leader despite their last summit abruptly ending six weeks ago in Vietnam, producing no breakthrough. Speaking before an Oval Office meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Thursday, Trump seemed to open the door to a series of smaller negotiations with North Korea.

“There are various smaller deals that maybe could happen,” Trump said. “Things could happen. You can work out step-by-step pieces, but at this moment we are talking about the big deal. The big deal is we have to get rid of the nuclear weapons.”

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Trump stopped short of saying he’d ease sanctions on North Korea but also said he’d decided not to impose additional penalties on the Asian country, a testament he says to his relationship with the North Korean dictator.

But Richardson believes that smaller deals would show “flexibility on both sides.”

“Maybe North Korea freezes its nuclear missile development or activity, shuts down that Yongbyon nuclear facility and in return the United States has some sanctions relief because both sides are really far apart,” Richardson said. “North Korea wants all sanctions relief on everything – we can’t do that. And we want North Korea to totally denuclearize… that’s not going to happen, so something in between.”

Richardson adds that Trump should leave the deal-making to professional negotiators or the State Department.

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South Korea has also come out in recent days and said that the breakdown in talks in Vietnam should not be seen as a failure but as the catalyst to a bigger and better deal between North Korea and the U.S.  South Korea, which is right in the line of fire of North Korea, has also been pushing for a third summit.

“(South Korean President Moon Jae-in)  wants a deal between the U.S. and North Korea because it’s good politically for him… it’s good for his country,” Richardson said. “In some ways… he’s pushed us a little too far to make deals when we have to coordinate better.”

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2 illegal immigrants killed in crash in New Mexico after chase involving Border Patrol; 9 apprehended

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A high-speed chase in southern New Mexico ended in a crash that left 2 illegal immigrants dead on Saturday, officials said.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a news release that Border Patrol agents from the El Paso sector were responding to a possible smuggling incident involving a minivan carrying 11 people around 8 p.m. on Highway 9 between Columbus and Santa Teresa, N.M. when the chase began.

After the driver failed to yield to emergency lights and sirens, the agency said Border Patrol agents deployed tire-deflation spikes on the roadway.

The minivan swerved to avoid the device but ended up rolling over and ejecting two people from the vehicle. Five other passengers inside the van were injured in the crash and were transported to an area hospital.

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The two people thrown from the minivan, both illegal immigrants, were pronounced dead at the scene, according to CBP.

The crash drew the response of Border Patrol emergency medical technicians and a U.S. Coast Guard medical team assigned to the Santa Teresa Station.

Authorities identified the driver as a 27-year-old man who is a U.S. citizen. Officials said that identifies of those deceased will be withheld pending notification of family members.

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The deadly crash in New Mexico was only the latest high-speed chase involving the Border Patrol and vehicles carrying people over the U.S. border illegally.

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In November, three people were killed and eight were injured after a high-speed chase in California involving a pickup truck that went over 100 mph before agents deployed a spike strip and the vehicle crashed off an interstate.

Another high-speed chase with the agency in June 2018 ended when an SUV carrying illegal immigrants crashed, ejecting 12 people — five of whom were killed — near the Texas-Mexico border. That chased also topped 100 mph, and the driver was also an American citizen.

Fox News’ Bradford Betz contributed to this report.

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ICE releases hundreds of migrants in Texas, New Mexico, reports say

U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE) released more than 500 migrants Wednesday evening at sites in El Paso, Texas, and Las Cruces, N.M., amid the agency’s struggle to cope with a large influx of Central American migrants fleeing violence in their home countries.

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