Articles Tagged with Albuquerque

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The patron of a New Mexico McDonald’s allegedly pointed a pistol at a drive-thru employee when he was reportedly dissatisfied with his incorrect order.

25-year-old Estevan Gonzalez reportedly frequents a McDonald’s in Albuquerque, and the man has a good rapport with the workers in the establishment.

On January 7, Gonzalez reportedly paid a visit to the fast food joint and placed an order that included a cheeseburger. He and the worker, who were familiar with each other from Gonzalez’s prior patronage, exchanged pleasantries during the interaction.

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The husband of a disabled woman in New Mexico allegedly assaulted and tried to set her on fire after reportedly becoming enraged when he learned he did not qualify to receive a COVID-19 stimulus check.

63-year-old Joe Macias and his wife, who is reportedly disabled, live together in a trailer in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

On Wednesday, Macias reportedly discovered that he would not be receiving a stimulus check that is being issued to help U.S. citizens during the current pandemic.

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A man in Albuquerque has been accused of using a burger as a form of payment during an alleged negotiation with an undercover officer posing as a sex worker.

On Tuesday evening, a man toting a bag of food from Chili’s restaurant reportedly pedaled the bike he was riding up to a woman standing on the sidewalk. The woman, who the suspect believed was a prostitute, was actually an undercover officer.

The man spoke with the woman and allegedly told her that he would not receive his paycheck for three-days, but he wanted to know how to get in touch with her because he was reportedly interested in hiring her for sexual services when he got the money.

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