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Woman fails to appear for sentencing, arrest warrant issued

A bench warrant was issued Tuesday morning for the arrest of Lisa Williams after she failed to appear for a sentencing hearing in District Court. It was the second time…

Pagosan arrested, accused of business-related crimes

A Pagosa Springs man was arrested on a variety of charges Monday following an investigation by the Pagosa Springs Police Department. Matthew Scott Kubiak, 30, was arrested at his home…

Local ski shop burglarized

The Saturday evening break-in at a local ski and sports shop appears to have yielded no stolen items, but local law enforcement are seeking the perpetrator or perpetrators responsible. At…

Information sought on Arboles substation break-in

Investigators for the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office are seeking information on a recent break-in at a county facility located in Arboles. The break-in was discovered at about 9:30 a.m. Monday…

Thanksgiving and holiday parties DUI enforcement

The Pagosa Springs Police Department is participating in the upcoming 2012 High Visibility Impaired Driving Enforcement (HVIDE) campaigns. Enforcement period for the Thanksgiving holiday is Nov. 20-26.  The enforcement period…

No investigation in campaign e-mail case

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Despite a written request to the District Attorney’s Office, no investigation has yet been completed concerning an e-mail sent by local Visiting Angels franchise owner…

Formal charge in child pornography case

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer John Vick, the Pagosa man arrested Oct. 22 for possession of child pornography, was formally charged Nov. 1 in Archuleta County Court. Vick, 48, was…

Pagosan gets 12 years for attempted murder

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Pagosan Tony “Marvin” Lujan was sentenced to 12 years in the Colorado Department of Corrections on Tuesday afternoon for his conviction of attempted second-degree murder.…

Charges against standoff suspect bound over to District Court

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Eight charges filed against Mark Trail, the suspect in the September standoff with law enforcement that lasted 26 hours, were bound over to District Court…

Pagosa man sentenced for role in stabbing incident

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Lucas Quinn Chavez, of Pagosa Springs, was sentenced to prison Tuesday morning by District Court Judge Gregory Lyman for his involvement in the January 2011…