Socorro city council meeting.jpgEL PASO, Texas (CBS4) — You can expect the Socorro City Council meeting to get pretty heated Thursday evening. Several hot button issues are on the meeting's agenda and it starts at 6 p.m.One of the most important items is the investigation into how the video of City Manager Adriana Rodarte’s son’s traffic stop was leaked. We broke the news about the chief of police resigning after video was leaked of Rodarte’s son getting pulled over.
Parents of students at Oñate High School attend a training on what to do in case of an active shooter.EL PASO, Texas (CBS4)-- — While thousands of students across the country were walking out in support of tougher gun laws, one Las Cruces high school was preparing with the active shooter training for students and parents.Parents at Oñate High School learned techniques from the school’s newest training for an active shooter situation. Oñate is implementing ALICE Training school-wide.
EL PASO, Texas (CBS4)-- — Undocumented immigrants in El Paso are on high alert following a crackdown on illegal immigration. On Tuesday, a federal appeals court upheld the bulk of a Texas law targeting sanctuary cities. Critics of Senate Bill 4 are calling it the toughest state-level immigration measure in the country. The law allows police officers to ask people during routine stops whether they're living in the U.S. legally. "It's terrifying for our community.
City Council is finally talking about the chief of police. Right now, reps are deciding if the recruitment process to find a new chief should be done in-house or by executive recruitment services. https://t.co/p8YI2j00Av
Right as agenda item #18 was about to come up, council took a 20 min recess. It’s the agenda item regarding the investigation into the police department.
Now they’re back from recess, but council unanimously voted to skip to items 25 and 26.
As it gets later, less people are here https://t.co/veiQ08p1we
Villalobos: “That report is so wrong. I didn't do any of those things.”
Rodriguez: “I have seen that she has worked hard to try and change her ways.”
Council casts unanimous vote to properly archive the report and move on. https://t.co/sb2fuSKMCm
The city’s investigation finds Yvonne Colon Villalobos was in violation of the city charter— specifically the part that says, “Treat all staff with respect.”
Villalobos: “This report is very one-sided.”
Rep. Rodriguez: “This was 8 months ago. We need to stop with the chismes.” https://t.co/VkNqDalegx
Now talking about a big fight between District 4 Rep. Yvonne Colon Villalobos & City Manager Adriana Rodarte. I first reported this around election time last year. The allegations include Villalobos influencing elections, harassing city manager, retaliation & undermining council. https://t.co/KVNzodSWRj
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