A Mora County female not long ago charged with drug possession who’s awaiting demo for larceny now faces prices for allegedly fleeing law enforcement in the course of a traffic stop, and main police on a chase with speeds up to 125 mph.
New Mexico Condition Law enforcement officers arrested 25-yr-old Davin A. Martinez, of Cleveland, on Dec. 18 immediately after attempting to end her twice together NM 518 in Mora County. Law enforcement allege Martinez crashed into a fence and 2 times fled targeted visitors stops just before striving to flee officers on foot.
An NMSP officer was to start with dispatched to a residence along County Road A001 in Mora County wherever a gentleman described that a blue Nissan pickup experienced entered his residence and was attempting to steal a number of merchandise.
As the officer neared the space, police dispatch relayed that the truck experienced left the residence and was traveling alongside NM 518 at a “high fee of pace,” according to the criticism. A further person contacted NMSP to report that the driver of the very same truck had crashed into his fence alongside NM 518, and that she’d fled the space. Police later identified Martinez as the driver of the truck.
An officer stopped Martinez together NM 518, in the vicinity of milepost 8, but when the officer requested her to exit the car, Martinez rather fled the targeted visitors prevent “in a reckless way,” according to the grievance.
Law enforcement followed Martinez as she ongoing driving southbound on NM 518 “at speeds of up to 125 mph,” the grievance stated. Police allege she was also “swerving on the roadway” and that she drove on the erroneous side of the highway numerous moments.
The chase finished when Martinez “slammed on her brakes and parked the motor vehicle,” dealing with oncoming site visitors, in accordance to the grievance. She then tried to flee on foot, but an officer caught her and arrested her.
She was booked into the San Miguel County Detention Middle on one felony rely of aggravated fleeing a law enforcement officer. She is also billed with nine misdemeanor targeted visitors violations.
In Could, Martinez was charged with misdemeanor larceny and resisting arrest for allegedly taking someone’s purse. She was arrested Might 23 and later unveiled from jail on a $1,000 unsecured bond. She is established to go on trial on February 22 in that circumstance.
Earlier this thirty day period, Martinez was charged with felony possession of a controlled material just after Martinez and many other individuals were being observed sleeping in an deserted home on Seventh Road. When police searched her purse, they found syringes and foil that contains heroin, in accordance to an arrest affidavit filed in Magistrate Court docket. She was arrested May possibly 23 and afterwards unveiled from jail on a $5,000 unsecured bond. She is scheduled to show up in court for a preliminary hearing on Jan. 10.
For the Dec. 18 incident, together with the felony cost of fleeing, Martinez faces numerous misdemeanor visitors infractions together with: driver’s license not in possession, no evidence of registration, no evidence of insurance, incorrect gear, reckless driving, failure to manage visitors lane, no seat belts and speeding around 36 mph.
Through a Dec. 19 listening to, Judge Melanie Rivera established bond for Martinez at $10,000, citing 4 before failure to look rates. If introduced on bond, she would be positioned on dwelling arrest. She remained in custody at SMCDC as of this composing.
Martinez is scheduled to show up in Justice of the peace Court docket on Dec. 29 for a preliminary listening to in the situation.