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Application Deadlines:
Lateral 3: December 3rd, 2017
93rd Academy: March 11th, 2018

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Here are the updated dates for 93rd and Lateral 3 NMSP Academies. Apply today at: nmsp.com

We are hiring! 

Application Deadlines:
Lateral 3: December 3rd, 2017
93rd Academy: March 11th, 2018

Apply at NMSP.com

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UPDATE: The child has been located by the Gallup Police Department and appears to be OK. GPD is investigating.

The Gallup Police Department is asking the public’s assistance in locating Tyron Denetclaw-Benally, Jr., an eight month old Native American male, twenty-three inches tall, weighing approximately twenty pounds, with black hair and brown eyes (photo attached). Tyron Denetclaw-Benally was last seen wearing a long-sleeved black shirt with a white tank top shirt and a black "Bat Man" shirt, wrapped in a red "Kansas City Chiefs" blanket. He had on "Christmas-style" diapers. Tyron has four top teeth, two bottom teeth, and a birthmark on a shoulder and his lower back.

After a domestic dispute at the Taco Bell in Gallup, located at 914 E. Hwy 66 in Gallup, Tyron's father, who was highly intoxicated, took the child, and left on foot in unknown direction.

The father and suspect is identified as Tyron Denetclaw-Benally, Sr., a Native American male, twenty-eight years of age, five feet ten inches tall, approximately 260 pounds, with short black hair, and brown eyes (photo attached). Denetclaw-Benally, Sr. was last seen wearing a black windbreaker, no shirt, and blue sweat pants. He was carrying a black backpack, possibly wearing a blue beanie cap, and has "Lok" sunglasses.

Tyron Denetclaw-Benally, Sr. left the area of Taco Bell (914 E. Hwy 66 in Gallup) on foot with the child while extremely intoxicated around 10:00 p.m. on November 16, 2017. The child is not wearing any winter clothes and is feared to be out in the elements with the father.

Tyron Denetclaw-Benally, Sr. may have access to white Dodge pickup with New Mexico license plate LLC834.

Tyron Denetclaw-Benally, Jr. is believed to be in DANGER if not located immediately. Anyone with any information regarding this New Mexico Amber Alert is asked to call the Gallup Police Department at 505-722-2231.
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UPDATE: The child has been located by the Gallup Police Department and appears to be OK. GPD is investigating.

The Gallup Police Department is asking the public’s assistance in locating Tyron Denetclaw-Benally, Jr., an eight month old Native American male, twenty-three inches tall, weighing approximately twenty pounds, with black hair and brown eyes (photo attached).  Tyron Denetclaw-Benally was last seen wearing a long-sleeved black shirt with a white tank top shirt and a black Bat Man shirt, wrapped in a red Kansas City Chiefs blanket. He had on Christmas-style diapers. Tyron has four top teeth, two bottom teeth, and a birthmark on a shoulder and his lower back.

After a domestic dispute at the Taco Bell in Gallup, located at 914 E. Hwy 66 in Gallup, Tyrons father, who was highly intoxicated, took the child, and left on foot in unknown direction.
 
The father and suspect is identified as Tyron Denetclaw-Benally, Sr., a Native American male, twenty-eight years of age, five feet ten inches tall, approximately 260 pounds, with short black hair, and brown eyes (photo attached).  Denetclaw-Benally, Sr. was last seen wearing a black windbreaker, no shirt, and blue sweat pants. He was carrying a black backpack, possibly wearing a blue beanie cap, and has Lok sunglasses. 

Tyron Denetclaw-Benally, Sr. left the area of Taco Bell (914 E. Hwy 66 in Gallup) on foot with the child while extremely intoxicated around 10:00 p.m. on November 16, 2017. The child is not wearing any winter clothes and is feared to be out in the elements with the father. 

Tyron Denetclaw-Benally, Sr. may have access to white Dodge pickup with New Mexico license plate LLC834. 
 
Tyron Denetclaw-Benally, Jr. is believed to be in DANGER if not located immediately.  Anyone with any information regarding this New Mexico Amber Alert is asked to call the Gallup Police Department at 505-722-2231.

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Kik JodiePrayers for this baby to be found immediately

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Jessica UrbinaHeavenly father bring this baby ba k hone safely!!

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Giselle MarciHe left with the child at 10 pm last night and we finally get an amber alert at 330 this morning.....who knows where he is with this child. SMH!!!!

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Roleen YounisSo sad. Praying for the family.

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Lincoln HawksJust the two of us

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Gena GenaOmg!!!!!! Smh.......we finally get this amber alert? What if this baby is in danger???????? Omg!!!!!

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Melissa R MaestasPoor baby. What a beautiful baby boy! Dear Lord Bring this baby home safely. Wrap your arms around him and keep him safe.

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Robbie April SanchezI wonder if that's the same white Dodge pickup that BCSO just shut down after a crazy chase at Coors and Glen Rio.

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Irene BitsoiMy hearts hurts and yearns for this baby. God wrap your loving arms around him, keeping him safe from the cold and any harm. Gods Blessings.

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Odith MooreThat's crazy to get the amber alert how many hours later, no one wants to think the worse. Lord please bring baby back home safe

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Sky LoveEminem. My daddy gone crazy.hope both are safe.

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Dellcee FerdelciaMoshie Yazzie Raycal Ciaa

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Yazzie SevenIn prayers this morning, please return safely. Shared in Kirtland and Farmington...

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Melvin JohnsonCrazy....

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Jessica BarneyI pray he's found safe and unharmed 🙁

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Terri ThomasAny updates?

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Lissa Melchor HernandezShared in Albuquerque NM

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Frances SanchezPlease keep this child from harm sharing From Clovis,NM

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Quinton GonnieUpdates?

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Liz BustillosPraying for the safe return of the little baby boy. Las Cruces NM

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Ashiihi AteeWhy did it take 5 hrs to get it thru the Amber Alert system????? Hope the father gets punished to the full extent when the baby is found.. What was he thinking to take the Baby???? Yeah some will blame the alcohol.. Makes you so mad when people act stupid drinking... 😡😡😡😡😡😡 prayers for the safe return of the child to his mother...

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Sandra SinghPrayers

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Aurora MaldonadoLord please keep the baby safe.

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Sharyn ThomasHope the baby is ok!! Prayers and shared!

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