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Friday, February 12 2016 @ 05:23 PM MST

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Police seek to identify armed-robbery suspects

Public's help requested in investigation of attack on man

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Peaceful end to standoff as man surrenders

Incident began with alleged assaults involving a gun

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Help sought in identifying fraud suspect

Lost or stolen debit card used at stores

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Child-abuse suspect may be on run

Police seek information to find woman accused of hurting a baby boy

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Tax season brings out the scammers

Expect to see rise in number of scam calls claiming to represent IRS

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Local crime takes overall decline in 2015

Property crimes see reduction while a couple violent crimes edge upward

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Public's help sought to identify attempted-robbery suspect

Man claimed to have bomb while demanding prescription drugs

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Never a dull moment: Expect the unexpected

2015 was full of plenty of weird, wacky and unusual incidents for RPD to handle




Do you have information that could help solve a crime?

If so, please call RPD at (575) 624-6770 or Chaves County Crime Stoppers at 1-888-594-TIPS(8477). Callers to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and could become eligible for a reward if the information leads to an arrest and/or conviction.



Due to laws and regulations, some reports may be unavailable on the “P2C” link. If you are unable to find a report, please contact RPD at (575) 624-6770, or email the Records section, or visit the Records section of the police department. You can also find more information about requesting records on the Support Services page of this site.

In Focus

The Roswell Police Department participated in a Career Fair held at Goddard High School. RPD personnel discussed with interested juniors and seniors opportunities for and benefits of a career with the police department (Jan. 28, 2015).
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