Farmington Police Department

  • Agency: Farmington Police Department
  • Address: 900 N Municipal Dr, Farmington, 87401 NM
  • Chief: Kyle Westall (Chief of Police)
Phone: 505-599-1070
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Farmington Police Department is located at 900 N Municipal Dr, Farmington, 87401 NM. The Chief of Police of the department is Kyle Westall. The Farmington Police Department phone number is 505-599-1070.

Farmington Police Department News

PRESS RELEASE: Police seeking public’s assistance in identifying woman found in park

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Piedra Vista High School was recently vandalized. The damage included a significant amount of graffiti. Anyone with information about this incident may message us in reference to case #17-80568. Anonymous tips may be submitted to San Juan County Crime Stoppers at 334-TIPS. Thank you for sharing!

We're trying to identify the suspect in a shoplifting that occurred at the Dollar General on East Main Street. If you believe you know the individual in the photo, please message us in reference to case #17-78254. Anonymous tips may be submitted to San Juan County Crime Stoppers at 334-TIPS. Thank you!

REQUEST FOR PUBLIC'S ASSISTANCE: We are trying to identify two individuals who took a Night Owl home security system from Walmart on West Main Street. They left the area in a white 4-door passenger car. Anyone with information about this incident may message us in reference to case #17-79872. Anonymous tips may be submitted to San Juan County Crime Stoppers at 334-TIPS.

Good morning community! It's almost time for the annual Turkey Trot & Gobble Wobble. This year's event will benefit Special Olympics. Register online at fmtn.org/WebTrac. Information in this post was shared as a courtesy to Farmington's Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs. Please call 599-1184 with questions.

UPDATE: Mr. Cantsee was located. Thank you for sharing our post. MISSING PERSON: Name: Roland Cantsee Age: 51 Last seen at the hospital on October 31. He was wearing a black t-shirt, black pants, black shoes and a black jacket with an 81 patch on the left shoulder. Anyone with information on Roland's whereabouts may call non-emergency dispacth at 334-6622.

UPDATE ON SITUATION ON 20TH STREET: This afternoon, officers were dispatched to 1903 E. 20th St. in reference to a 25-year-old male who was threatening to harm himself with a knife. Negotiators responded and worked to resolve the situation peacefully. At approximately 4:55 p.m. officers were able to take the man into protective custody and he was transported to the hospital for evaluation. We thank everyone for their patience while we had the area closed off for safety precautions.

20th Street between Schofield and Farmington Avenue is closed due to a police situation. Please avoid the area until further notice.

Have you received a postcard to join Nextdoor.com and are worried it’s a scam? It is NOT a scam. Nextdoor.com is a private social network for your neighborhood – a virtual neighborhood watch. Our District Coordinator Unit has been working to encourage more people to join the information sharing platform. Many neighborhoods in Farmington have already been established within the network. There are a couple of reason why you may have received a postcard from Nextdoor: 1. If you recently joined the platform, Nextdoor may send you a postcard with a verification code. This is one of the methods they use to verify that you live in the neighborhood you requested to join on Nextdoor (see Example #1). 2. A neighbor may have recently joined Nextdoor and is inviting others in their neighborhood to join. Nextdoor sends postcard invitations free of charge as requested by other members (see Example #2). For more information, visit Nextdoor.com or message us with your questions. REMINDER: There’s a Neighborhood Watch meeting tonight at 6:00 p.m. at the San Juan College School of Energy in the Merrion Room. The meeting is open to all Farmington residents. Our DCU officers will be there to share information about Nextdoor.com.

Recognize these individuals? We'd like to speak with them about a bike that was taken from Walmart on West Main Street. If you believe you know either of the individuals in the photos, please message us in reference to case #17-72834. Anonymous tips may be submitted to San Juan County Crime Stoppers at 334-TIPS.

#TBT Thank you to Larissa Morgan for sending us a photo of your daughter with our officers at the Shiprock Fair!

UPDATE: Murray is now open. ————————————————————— Murray Drive between Carlton and McCormick School Road is currently closed while police serve a warrant. Please avoid the area until further notice.

Highlights from yesterday's festivities. Thank you to everyone who stopped to take a photo with us! We always enjoy these fun opportunities to get out and interact with our fellow community members. #WeLoveOurCommunity

Update on missing teen: Ry'Kel Gwynn Hoskie has been located and is safe.

Recognize these individuals? We'd like to speak with them about a shoplifting that occurred at Kmart. They left the area in a red Cadillac. If you believe you know either of these individuals, please message us in reference to case # 17-79085. Anonymous tips may be submitted to San Juan County Crime Stoppers at 334-TIPS.

Motorists, please help keep all our little trick-or-treaters safe tonight by being extra vigilant and taking your time. #TrafficTuesday #SlowDownFarmington

Open to all Farmington residents.

Interested in a career at FPD? We're conducting open testing this Saturday. Details in the event link below. For more information about the recruiting process, visit fpdnm.org/510/Recruiting

Our mobile command unit will be parked at Orchard and Main during Boo-Palooza. Be sure to stop by and say hello to our officers.

*******Update**** Arianna Jim has been located safe and is with family! Good morning Farmington, Last night an 11 year old girl, Arianna Jim, was reported missing by her mother around 11pm. At approximately 0930 this morning she was located in the company of her older brother unharmed. Regarding the missing juvenile report: There were no indications that an abduction had occurred; however, FPD takes cases such as this seriously and dedicated a lot of resources to this case including detectives, 2 K9 search teams and support from other agencies including the FBI. We understand the public's concerns as to why an Amber Alert was not immediately issued, so here is an explanation as to the criteria required for such an alert and why we don’t use this system unless the case meets these specific factors. Criteria for an Amber Alert: Activation of the Amber Alert must meet all of the following criteria: 1. The abducted child must be 17 years of age or younger, or of a proven mental or physical disability; 2. There must be evidence of an actual abduction of a child and not a runaway; 3. There must be a credible reason to believe the child is in immediate danger of serious bodily harm or death; and 4. There must be enough descriptive information about the child, the suspect, and/or the suspect's vehicle to believe an immediate broadcast will assist in the location of the child or suspect. Although many may believe there should be less stringent criteria for these alerts, the criteria for these alerts are set by Federal and State authorities. Officials have to ensure the alerts do not become so common place that the public begins to become desensitized to their activations. There are numerous reports of runaways each year, many of whom match the situation from last night and early this morning. Knowing this situation did not meet the criteria for an Amber Alert, the FPD and our community worked together to get this information out to the public and in doing so, we were able to locate this child. We utilized media outlets and social media platforms to reach as many people as we possibly could. As an example or just how fast social media can impact these types of situations, this particular incident was shared almost 1,000 times and reached almost 13,000 people in just a few hours. We want to thank all those that helped us locate Arianna, she is safe and back with her family. We want to express our gratitude to the many people who helped us get this case resolved, especially the numerous officers and detectives that have worked tirelessly on this case and have ensured it was brought to such a positive conclusion. Thank you, FPD

The Farmington Police Department would like to congratulate Corporal Tamara Smith, Sergeant David Karst, Corporal Dan Brozzo and Lieutenant Sierra Tafoya on their graduation from Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command.

PRESS RELEASE On 10/26/17 at approximately 1755 hours, Farmington Police Officers were dispatched to a traffic crash at the intersection of Cochiti Avenue and 20th Street. The crash involved an SUV and a motorcycle. The motorcycle driver was pronounced dead on scene. The driver of the motorcycle, Donald Brandenburg (53 of Farmington), was traveling westbound on 20th Street on a 2007 Harley Davidson. Keaton Blair (31 of Farmington) was driving a 2011 Infinity SUV southbound on Cochiti Avenue. Blair was attempting to make a right hand turn onto 20th Street when he pulled out in front of Brandenburg, causing Brandenburg to strike the driver side of the SUV. The investigation is still pending; however, alcohol does not appear to be a contributing factor for either driver.

****Update*** 20th Street is open again for normal traffic. Thank you for your patience.