Eddy County Sheriff Mark Cage said a taskforce dedicated to the arrest of persons involved in the killing of livestock is being formed. "I want to get some dedicated eyes on the problem. The county is huge - it's over 5,000 square miles - and we can't be everywhere at once," Cage said. Several cattle were killed on a local ranch in August of this year, reaching a total loss of $20,000 the Sheriff's Office reported at the time.
Several city and county roads have been closed following heavy rainfall Sunday night. In Carlsbad, Radio Blvd., Boyd Drive have been closed to traffic. The crossing under the San Jose Street bridge has been closed, in addition to the crossing on James Street below Lower Tansill Dam. Monterey Street and Dark Canyon have also been restricted to motorists. Pat Cass, director of public works for the City of Carlsbad, said the roads will remain closed until city officials deem it safe.
Carlsbad firefighters won first place in the team event at the first day of the Scott's Firefighter Combat Challenge Saturday. Team Mr. Restore, a Texas-based team, was second, while Los Alamos County Fire Department was third, and Hobbs Fire Powered was fourth in the team event. Four of the top five places in the individual male competition were filled by members of Carlsbad's team. Casey Collins placed first with a time of 1 minute, 30.17 seconds.
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