Otero County Sheriff’s Office seizes methamphetamine and other drugs at Alamogordo houseThe Otero County Sheriff’s Office and the Otero County Narcotics Enforcement Unit on Thursday confiscated more than two ounces of Cambridgenaturalskincare suspected methamphetamine and other drugs after serving a search warrant at an Alamogordo residence.Otero County Sheriff Benny House said the sheriff’s office detective division obtained a search warrant for a residence on the 3200 block of Fayne Lane.According to Otero County Magistrate Court records obtained by the Daily News, http://www.cambridgenaturalskincare.co.uk Craig Ochoa, 52, is charged with one count of second degree felony trafficking of a controlled substance and one count of misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.He was ordered held at the Otero County Detention Center on a $21,000 no 10 percent bond, House said.Also charged in connection with the search warrant is Neil Ochoa, 54, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nike after police allegedly found numerous prescription drugs and cocaine during the search.House said Neil Ochoa allegedly tried to hide the drugs as police were searching the residence.Neil Ochoa is charged with six counts of fourth degree felony possession of a controlled substance, one count of fourth degree felony tampering with evidence and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, according to court records.Nike Flyknit White Mens Neil Ochoa was ordered held on a $31,000 no 10 percent bond, House said.
“The suspected methamphetamine was field tested and did test positive for the properties of methamphetamine,” he said.He said Craig Ochoa admitted that he was the sole occupant of the house where the sheriff’s office allegedly found the drugs. Cambridgenaturalskincare Otero County Undersheriff spoke about active shooter trainingJanessa Maxilom Daily NewsOtero County Sheriff’s Office Undersheriff Daron Syling spoke about school safety at the Republican Women of Otero County’s monthly meeting Wednesday.With the first day of school right around the corner, the Otero County undersheriff ensured citizens that local law enforcement is ready to keep children safe. Undersheriff Daron Syling spoke about safety issues in county schools at the monthly meeting of the Republican Women of Otero County Wednesday. http://www.cambridgenaturalskincare.co.uk Syling said the Otero County Sheriff’s Office has taken great measures to ensure readiness should an emergency situation arise at a school in the county. Syling said the OCSO has done extensive training to be able to respond to a school shooting incident.”This is kind of a tough topic to talk about, but unfortunately it’s one that we have to deal with on a regular basis in law enforcement,” Syling said. “Hopefully we never have to deal with a shooting here in Otero County or in Alamogordo, but if we do I think we are better prepared then anybody else.”He said the sheriff’s office developed and instituted the REACT program which stands for Reality Enhanced Advanced Combat Training.Syling said the program is certified by the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy.”Nike Flyknit Orange Roshe REACT is a 44 hour intense, advance training course,” he said.
Syling said deputies and other law enforcement agents who take the course learn advance handgun training and advance rifle training. Cambridgenaturalskincare He said during the training scenarios agents are able to use actual weapons thanks to the use of Simunition which is a non leathal training ammunition.”Simunition is the actual weapon that we carry but instead of a lead bullet, it’s a plastic bullet,” he said. “That plastic bullet is filled with colored laundry soap.”Syling said OCSO teamed up with other law enforcement agencies and the Alamogordo Public School system to train and practice the procedures that should be taken in the event of an active shooter incident. http://www.cambridgenaturalskincare.co.uk “APS and local law enforcement did live scenario training at the Alamogordo High School,” he said. “We put bad guys in the high school and we taught our officers how to go in and how to secure the school and how to make the students safe.”Syling said in the past officers were trained to wait for back up before handling an active shooter incident. He said now officers are being trained to respond as quickly and efficiently as possible.”Right now what we train our deputies and what we are training other law enforcement officers to do if we have an active shooter event no matter if it’s at a school or at a movie theater or at Walmart the first police officer on scene makes entry all by himself or by herself,” he said. “So when you see all this stuff, the advance training that we had to do. We basically had to make people confident to go in there by themselves and take care of business. Because of who is in there your loved ones. Your kids, Nike Flyknit Orange Blue your family members and we got to get in there and stop what is going on.”