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Helping your friend steal a car? Use a stolen car to get there. In a city carrying car thefts, it is common for criminals to use stolen cars to commit many other crimes, armed robberies against gang violence.
Traditionally, the police consider car theft as a non-violent and independent crime, often involving the need for money to buy drugs.
This is no longer the case in Albuquerque where crime rates are increasing.
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“Stolen cars have become a vehicle for guilty of various crimes,” said Harold Medina, director of Albuquerque Police in an interview. The number of cars drowned more than three times since 2013, armed robbery, theft and theft.
In 2013, the city registered 2.743 car thefts. The figure for the previous year was 7,684, which is slightly less than 7,710 stolen vehicles in 2016.
During the year 2016, the Albuquerque area was plagued by the National Criminal Investigation Office being the highest theft in the country, with 1114 car thefts per 100,000 inhabitants.
Pueblan, Colorado, and California’s cities followed Albuquerque for less than 900 flights to 100,000.
For example, if you use the FBI statistics, Austin has twice the population of Albuquerque but less theft.
According to our figures, it is not surprising that suspected thieves such as Christopher Heh or Avery Dollbrown were imprisoned several times by throwing stolen cars allegedly tempted by police. “Friend”, whose name they could not remember. Thomas Giles, a representative of the Bandit Motorcycle Club in New Mexico, sells heroin and methamphetamine, as well as stolen cars and motorcycles. Robert Billie, who admitted that he had 71 robberies, was arrested by a stolen off-road vehicle.
Four men were charged with various fees. She is in state prison. Billie is in a federal prison and Dollbrown and Giles are awaiting judgment.
“Focusing on car theft, we believe we can influence the crime of all countries: a new approach
APD and Bernalillo, District Assistant Raul Torrez, look at their approach to stealing cars. Torrez said in an interview that his office stopped criminalizing.
“We are interested in a person who has committed many crimes,” Torres said. “We want to remove the perpetrators of crimes.”
Heh and Doll Brown are on the list of “the top 300” of violent or recurring criminals that the prosecutor has paid special attention. The list currently stands at 320 people and represents 1,600 prosecutions for various offenses.
On February 1 and February 20, nearly one-third of the government’s public prosecutions presented suicide, 62 cases and 22 at least four criminal reports.
“Vulnerable crime plays an important role in the list of priorities: murders, sexual crimes, pedophilia,” Torres said. “But regardless of the nature of the crimes, repeated criminals are on the list.”
Theft of a car is a fairly simple matter presented by state lawyers and the police. The public prosecutor has to collect documents such as a certified copy of the vehicle name and the owner’s statement that the arrested person is not allowed to drive the vehicle but is also a crime in the country. Fourth grade with a small penalty. After 18 months. On the contrary, theft is a third degree offense, with the possibility of imprisonment for three years. The key, Torres said, was to meet repeat offenders with recurring offenders who could extend the 18-month sentence depending on what previous convictions were accused.
Although Torres employees are still losing their predecessor’s delays, he hopes to focus on people or groups that lead to certain crimes such as close battles. Army and theft.
But so far, he said the office was “tired of offenders”, which prevents the creation of a real social network of information among criminals.
Torres said that
It is easy to say that many stolen vehicles travel south to Mexico, “said Medina. In 2010 and 2011 we have been working with US customs, UU and federal border authorities, and we never have a huge number of people coming to have moved south.”
“There is no reason why cars are stolen,” he said.
In recent months, APD has used tactical units such as SWAT and K-9 patrols that block parts of the city from attacking stolen cars.
This means that many license plates have been implemented in computer databases and traffic jams.
“We came to the area and used specialized units to multiply violence,” said Medina. They try to avoid high-speed passengers by inviting air forces to a stolen vehicle until it stops at a local police station. Check the pools.
“We have an obligation to ensure public security,” said Medina.
The most important police situation the police tried to avoid took place in 2017, when the stolen car was stolen and the police crashed under the Alps.
The 23-year-old Elexus Groves, who died in a car dealership in the Sandovali area, drove himself.
The police said that 24-year-old Paul Garcia was a passenger when he collapsed in a car carried by a woman who brought two children to school. Shaylee Boling, 14, died on stage and Shaunna Arredondo-Boling, 39, died in the hospital two weeks later.
Groves and Garcia are charged with murder, including stolen cars for stolen Vanille. Thieves thieves
The Automatic Leveling Complex Circuit uses long screwdrivers to lock the key into a digital reader that can steal information from the wallet owner’s portfolio and release the empty keys.
In some car thieves are so surprised to disappear and the car is working on changing to the place break, or to others, identifying the console in just a few minutes, basically hiding in the vehicle a simple police oversight.
The problem of professional medicines may be difficult to solve.
And the identification of a “cutting lab” that can destroy a stolen car selling its parts on the internet can lead to a detective month or more control.
A “private” car can earn more than the value of a vehicle.
Medina said that technology is also a factor.
“Thanks to the Internet and other technical developments symbolizes people, cars can be identified faster, identify criminals, so they can not steal cars as before,” he said.
In addition, car manufacturers are advancing to protect vehicles from theft. Some devices can be switched off remotely. Other can be tracked for mobile applications.
Medina said the thieves are focusing on vehicles that can fly.
“Some people are able to drive certain Ford F-150 models,” he said. “At the moment Hyundai’s models look like theft.”
Two new flags
The Albuquerque police can help steal cars.
Governor Susana Martinez has signed two bills: automatic search on a mining company’s national database to check if the car was stolen before buying and creating a second account to prevent theft.
The law on mining law is sponsored by Monica Youngblood, D-Albuquerque Patricio Ruiloba D-Albuquerque, and Senator Howie C. Morales of D-Silver City will enter into force in January 2019.
The state motor vehicle body must set up an automatic recycling database that informs all purchases of the vehicle and verifies that the purchased vehicles have been stolen.
If a car is stolen, the recycling company must notify local law enforcement authorities. Creating a law to prevent theft sponsored by representatives of William “Bill” R. Rehm, R Albuquerque inspired by similar agencies in Arizona. Colorado
Keep your car safe
Here are some of Albuquerque Police suggestions to prevent theft of your car.
Do not use the car before it is checked.
Close the car and lift the keys even if you park the driveway.
Do not cover the spare key on the vehicle.
Keep valuables out of sight.
Fold the windows completely out.
If you have a garage, use it. Vehicles are safer on the sidewalk, safer the driveway, and safer in the garage.
Close the garage door.
Do not leave the vehicle headline on the vehicle. This makes the car easy to sell.
Visit the Albuquerque City website for more tips on crime prevention at www.cabq.gov/police/crime-prevention-safety/auto-theft
– Michael Gallagher