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Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Roswell, New Mexico Amp Osi Toeu a add amp Corb Tuc i narc re Tuc def fic Ai i cd vol. 124, no. 63 March 14, 2015 75c daily / $1.25 sunday saturday Accident on main Street kills motorcyclist by Jeff Tucker record staff writer a Roswell Man was killed in a violent motorcycle Accident Friday afternoon on Roswell s North main Street. The motorcycle car crash occurred at about 3 05 . At the intersection of North main and 19th streets said Todd Wilder ninth Public information officer for the Roswell police department. The 31-Vear-old motorcyclist was killed immediately after the crash. Wildermuth said. The Driver of the car involved in the crash a 7 8 v e a r old Roswell Man. Was not injured he said the Driver of the car was alone in the vehicle and the motorcyclist was Riding alone. Wildermuth said. The names of those involved in the crash were not available Friday night Thomas Vick who was at the scene at the time of the crash said the motorcyclist was Riding northbound on North main Street As the car was headed southbound. Vick said the Driver of the car began turning left onto 19th Street As the motorcyclist came through the intersection and hit tin passenger Side of the car. Vick said the Impact was so violent that it knocked the hubcaps of the ear numerous Roswell police officers and firefighters were it the gruesome scene processing evidence As scores of onlookers gathered around the intersection at the same time. The intersection of North main and 19th streets was closed for several hours Friday afternoon As investigators processed the scene. Two new Mexico state police Accident recon str colonists were called to assist in the investigation staff w Riter Jeff Tucker May be con tar Ted at 575-622-7710. Ext. 303. Or at report Erol <mlrnews.com. Court my photo Roswell police and firefighters respond to a motorcycle car crash Friday afternoon on Roswell a North main Street. The motorcyclist was killed in the 3 . Accident. No other injuries were reported pumped up Pirtle a time Bill passes its second Senate committee staff report a Bill that would place new Mexico permanently on Mountain Daylight time was passed by the Senate judiciary committee Friday and now Heads to the Senate floor with a week to go in the 2015 state legislative session. Senate Bill 377 was passed by the Senate judiciary committee Friday by a 4-2 vote. A no one likes changing clocks twice a year. So let s Stop doing it. Said state sen. Cliff Pirtle. A Roswell. Sponsor of the Bill if enacted the state will have had its last time change on sunday when clocks moved Forward from Mountain Standard time to Mountain Daylight time Pirtie s Bill would keep the state on Mountain Daylight time All year Long. The equivalent of Central Stan Dard time throughout the entire year. His Bill would put All of new Mexico on the same time As Dallas and Chicago for four months of the year. And behind those two cities by an hour for the eight months around summertime. New Mexico like Arizona would not switch times at any Point in the year Pirtle said changing times twice a year no longer makes sense and can cause health problems and accidents. He said most new mexicans prefer Daylight saving time and want to Stop changing their clocks Pirtle so permanent Mountain Daylight savings time Quot Bill. His top legislative priority was passed by the Senate Public affairs committee feb. 26 by a 5-1 vote. Of the time Bill passes the Senate it will head to the new Mexico House of representatives. Where state rep. Brian Egolf. A Santa be. Is sponsoring the Bill the legislative session ends at noon March 21. The program is to develop discipline a Standard of excellence and a belief in themselves that will Carn Over into All aspects of their lives. Right East grand Plains elementary school principal Elisa Begueria. Sitting at Center talks to students participating in the Nodi program after their performance in the school gym Friday afternoon the Roswell event is Bill Moffett photos above Cristiane c. De Oliveira. Music residents director for the National dance Institute of new Mexico leads the third and fourth graders in a vigorous dance number at East grand Plains elementary school Friday. Tile Nodi program works with students for a week ending with a performance for the school and their parents. The purpose of sponsored by Leprino it organization strives to foods and included an expose youngsters to Art evening performance for while also teaching the the parents. The no prof importance of exercise Carlsbad Man admits to drug firearm charges Ilea Roswell celebrates graduation staff report a Carlsbad Man police found with More than a Pound of methamphetamine pleaded guilty in Federal court in Las Cruces Friday to narcotics Traffick ing and firearms charges. David v. Munoz. 39. Pleaded guilty to a three count felony information charging him with Possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute methamphetamine being a Felon in Possession of firearms and ammunition and Possession of heroin with intent to distribute. Munoz who remains in Federal custody pending sentencing faces a prison sentence of not less than five years and not More than 40 years on the methamphetamine charge. A maximum of to years in prison on the firearms charge and not More than 20 years in prison on the heroin charge Munoz was charged on nov. To with methamphetamine trafficking charges he was arrested dec. 15 after being transferred from state custody to Federal custody. According to the court records the Pecos Valley drug task Force on oct. 20 executed a search warrant on Munoz s residence and vehicle where they reported finding about 784 grains of methamphetamine about 9.42 Grams of heroin. 81.391 in Cash. Ammunition and several firearms. In his plea agreement. Munoz admitted during the search of his residence and vehicle. Pm def officers seized 81.81 Grams of methamphetamine and 11.88 Grams of heroin from his bedroom and several firearms and ammunition from throughout his residence. Munoz Tilso admitted that the officers seized 613.58 Grams of methamphetamine from his vehicle. Munoz also admitted he was prohibited from possessing firearms or ammunition because he previously had been convicted of conspiracy to traffic illegal drugs in Oklahoma the Case was investigated by the Las Cruces office of the Federal drug enforcement administration and the pm def a a a a 4 i t $ "2 1 2 4 4 today s forecast High 64 Low 35 alter three weeks of training delegates from Albania Kosovo and Romania graduated Friday rom their session at he International Law enforcement Academy Iii Roswell the 35 delegates were a combination of police officers. Judges mid prosecutors Bottom left Besa Nike Hasnal. Head of Albania delegation. Presents Frank Taylor project manager of Ilka Roswell with a gift on behalf of her group Bottom right Bogdan i is pc sen head of the Romania delegation presents Taylor with a Token of the groups appreciation. A rec a m m few a today s Leo cams Page b3 a Reba l Savoie a Bruce baby a James Law my Jan a in Knaw Anim we class of a. 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