Margaret Hembree

In brief

S.F. police ask

for help locating missing person

The Santa Fe Police Department is searching for 61-year-old Margaret Hembree, who was last seen more than a week ago.

Hembree last contacted her family Aug. 21 but was seen by a neighbor at her home in the 2800 block of Cerrillos Road on Aug. 26, according to a news release from the police department. She is also known to frequent downtown Santa Fe.

Police describe Hembree as 5-foot-9 and about 190 pounds with blond and gray hair, which she typically wears in a bun. Officers noted she suffers from mental health issues.

The department asks anyone with information about Hembree to call 505-428-3710 or contact Detective Rebecca Hilderbrandt at 505-955-5265.

Five arrested in

San Miguel County on various charges

Three agencies in San Miguel County carried out a law enforcement operation Thursday that resulted in the arrests of five people who had outstanding warrants on charges raging from possession of controlled substances to aggravated battery.

Twenty officers from the San Miguel County Sheriff’s Office, Law Vegas Police Department and 4th Judicial District Attorney’s Office executed search and arrest warrants throughout the area.

They arrested Marvin Archuleta, 35; Robert A. Garcia, 52; Robert V. Garcia, 37; Angel Martinez, 25; and Devin Morales, 21.

“The individuals arrested are repeat offenders,” District Attorney Thomas Clayton said in a news release. “It is this office’s intent to hold them accountable for their actions.”

The New Mexican

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