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Release Date:   04/16/2014

Incident Type:  Cops and Kids Basketball 2014

Contact Person: (Lt. Robbie Telles 575-763-9452 or Amy Sellers-Parker 575-763-9416)


Inviting all kids ages 6-16

When: May 17, 2014 Time: 9:00 am

Where: “The Rock” (Clovis High School)

This is first come first serve to the first 120 registrants!!!!!

Pre-registration online at heymix.com, or in person at the:

Clovis Police Department; 300 N Connelly, registration begins:

April 10, 2014 and ends May 3, 2014.

All kids will receive a trophy, T-shirt, goody bag, professional photograph of the team, and some beginning of summer fun.  Area Law Enforcement agencies as well as sponsors are working together to give our area children positive influences, and exercise.

For more information about the event, playing, or donating, contact; Lt. Telles at 575-763-9452 or Amy Sellers-Parker 575-763-9416 or via email at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Concessions will be available

Last Updated ( Monday, 28 April 2014 12:23 )


Release Date:       April 26, 2014

Incident Type:      Auto Pedestrian Accident

Contact Person:    Sergeant Daron Roach

Clovis – Date On Friday, April 25, 2014, approximately 11:32 AM, the Clovis Police Department responded to a report of an auto pedestrian accident involving a small child.

Upon arriving at the scene, officers learned from independent witnesses Robyn Snowberger, Bradley Cardwell and Khole Grossnicklaus were within the crosswalk crossing Norris Street.  Ms. Snowberger was pushing a stroller in which Khole was riding.

The officers learned a Black Hyundai SUV, driven by Jossie Jackson, was travelling east on 21st and had stopped at the intersection of Norris to make a right turn.

As the SUV made the turn, it struck and dragged the stroller before coming to a stop, injuring Khole. Ms. Snowberger was knocked to the ground, but quickly returned to her feet to get the SUV to stop. Ms. Snowberger, Khole and Bradley were all taken to the hospital.

Ms. Snowberger and Bradley were treated and released from PRMC, while Khole was later transferred to a Lubbock hospital where she is being treated for her injuries.

Although this incident is still under investigation, it has been determined alcohol is not a factor.

The Clovis Police Department would like to take this opportunity to remind all drivers that with the warmer weather there will be an increase of pedestrian and motorcycle traffic to watch for while driving.

There is no other information available at this time.



Last Updated ( Monday, 28 April 2014 09:36 )

Release Date:    03/13/2014
Incident Type:  Clovis Police Department 2013 Annual Report – PDF File
Contact Person:  Captain Patrick Whitney, 575-763-9436

Clovis, NM – March 13, 2014 – The Clovis Police Department 2013 Annual Report has been compiled and is ready for release. The annual report depicting the yearly operations of the Clovis Police Department lists some of the highlights and accomplishments achieved by the department over the past calendar year. The report is available on this web page to the right under the heading "About CPD", "Annual Department Reports"; 2013, in PDF format. Thank you.

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 13 March 2014 14:30 )

Release Date:  01/21/2014

Incident Type: Clovis Police And Clovis Fire Department Fire Marshal Investigating Suspected Arsons In Clovis

Contact Person:  Captain Patrick Whitney, 575-763-9436

Clovis, NM – January 21, 2014 – The Clovis Police Department in conjunction with the Clovis Fire Department Fire Marshal are actively investigating three recent cases of suspected Arson taking place over the past holiday weekend.

Suspicious fires were found in the 400 block of Prince Street and Sycamore Street within about a 90 minute time frame on Saturday evening, January 18, 2014 and one in the 600 block of Maple Street on Monday evening, January 20, 2014. These fires are considered suspicious due to no utilities being active at any of the fire locations.

These cases are under active investigation at this time by Clovis Police Detectives in conjunction with the Clovis Fire Department Fire Marshal. Surveillance camera system reviews at businesses and neighborhood canvas interviews are taking place in the affected areas, along with increased police presence in the areas. At this early stage in the investigations, we are asking that citizens be on the lookout for suspicious behavior, particularly in people lurking in alleyways and around out buildings and abandoned houses, particularly in the evening hours after dark. If someone appears to be out of place for the neighborhood and appears to be looking around a lot as to be trying to avoid detection, please call the Clovis Police Department at 575-769-1921 so that we may check out the situation. If it is a situation in which a person appears to be lighting or have lit a fire, contact the police and fire departments immediately by dialing 911.

Anyone having any information about these cases of suspected Arson is asked to contact the police department at 575-769-1921 or Citizens may use TipSoft to provide this information and remain anonymous. Text users can send their tip to: "CRIMES" (274637) with the keyword TIPCPD. In other words, citizens can text “TIPCPD plus their crime tip" to 274637 (CRIMES).  Citizens can submit anonymous tips using their PC or mobile phone by going to www.tipsubmit.com, or anonymously call Crime Stoppers at 575-763-7000.

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 21 January 2014 16:39 )

Release Date:   January 6, 2014

Incident Type: Tipsoft Lead Results In An Arrest For The Sale Of Synthetic Marijuana

Contact Person:  Steve Sanders, 575/763-9420

Clovis – January 6, 2014 – On Thursday, January 2, 2014, agents of the Region V Drug task force conducted a “buy bust” operation in the area of the 2800 blk of N. Prince Street.

Agents received information from a Tipsoft report where a male person was openly selling synthetic marijuana.  The tip indicated the suspect is an employee of the “Up in Smoke” shop located in the 200 blk of Prince Street.

The agents made contact with the male and purchased a 5 gram bag of synthetic marijuana for $20.00.  The male was placed under arrest and indentified as Jesus Loya, 22 years old.  Mr. Loya is a resident of Clovis.

During the arrest, Mr. Loya was wearing his “Up in Smoke” employee shirt when he sold the synthetic marijuana to the agents.  The agents seized 70 grams of the synthetic marijuana from Mr. Loya during the contact.

The agents also learned the “Up in Smoke” shop stopped selling the synthetic marijuana about two weeks earlier when the new ordinance prohibiting the sell of the synthetic marijuana was passed.  So, Mr. Loya admitted he was selling the drug on the street.  Mr. Loya was also in possession of suspected methamphetamine and cocaine.  Currently, the “Up in Smoke” shop is no longer in business.

Mr. Loya was transported to the Curry County Detention Center where he was charged with Possession with the intent to traffic.

A photo of Mr. Loya is attached with this release.  No other information is available at this time.


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