Although the full autopsy report is not available, the Office of the Medical Investigator in Albuquerque confirmed Friday that the woman shot by a New Mexico State Police officer last week in Santa Fe died from gunshot wounds to the head and back. Mail the Ticket. Police are not in danger.
A Tennessee woman on vacation with her five children led cops on a wild pursuit that ended shortly after an officer fired upon her minivan.Jeannette Anaya, 39, of Santa Fe, was shot and killed by State
Police Officer Oliver Wilson during the early morning hours of Nov. 7,
after Anaya allegedly sped away when Wilson tried to pull her over
for a traffic stop….
The footage taken Oct. 28 shows driver Oriana Farrell, 39,
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Two New Mexico state police officers are under investigation and a mother and her 14-year-old son are facing charges after a routine traffic stop turned to chaos when the teen physically confronted one officer and another officer fired shots at a minivan carrying children. It’s unclear whether the 14-year-old is in custody. He faces charges of battery of an officer. His name has not been released.
On the video, the initial officer could be heard telling Farrell she had been driving 71 mph in a 55 mph zone.
The mother of five was arrested on suspicion of intentional child abuse, fleeing and possession of drug paraphernalia. Her 14-year-old son was charged with battery of an officer.
Officials with the state Children, Youth and Families Department assumed custody of four of Farrell’s children. The kids were later released to a friend of the family who resides in New Mexico, police said.
Maybe Officers can mail a ticket if women are going to be killed because of lack of trust.
- NM officer fires at minivan in traffic stop chaos (bostonherald.com)
- New Mexico police eyeing officer who shot at children-filled minivan (upi.com)
- Woman killed in officer-involved shooting (fromthetrenchesworldreport.com)