All posts by Lyndell Stansell

Agg. Battery – 6th & Ash – 08/16/2016

On Tuesday, August 16, 2016, at about 8:53 a.m., Officers of the Clovis Police Department were dispatched to the area of 6th and Ash Streets to locate a male who appeared to be injured. City of Clovis Public Works employees noted the injured subject and called his description into Clovis Police Department Dispatch. The subject was described as having been shot or stabbed by the initial callers.
Officers located the subject, a 32 year old male, in the area of 8th and Walnut Streets. The subject had an injury to his right hand, and what appeared to be a gunshot wound to his lower left leg. When questioned about his injuries, he stated he was hit by a car. His injuries were not consistent with injuries received by a person struck by a motor vehicle. Officers administered first aid to the injured man and Clovis Fire Department ambulance crews were dispatched to the scene. Aerocare medical air ambulance was flown in to the area, collected the male, and transported him to a Lubbock, Texas area hospital.
Officers coordinated their efforts with Detectives of the Clovis Police Department. Blood droplets were followed to the area of
2nd and Sycamore Streets. Video surveillance in the area was checked, leading Officers and investigators to a hotel in the 1500
block of East Mabry Drive. Droplets of blood were followed to a room at the hotel. No other persons were found in the hotel room. The room was secured and a search warrant was executed for items of evidentiary value from the room.
The investigation into this incident continues. The 32 year old male is listed in stable condition at a Lubbock, Texas area hospital.

Kidnapping – 2100 blk W. Grand – 7/29/2016

On Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at about6:19 p.m., Officers of the Clovis Police Department were dispatched to Plains Regional Medical Center in reference to report of Criminal Sexual Penetration. On arrival, Officers made contact with the 29 year old female victim. The victim recounted how she had gotten home to her apartment in the 2100 block of West Grand Avenue, when she was approached by a male subject who said he was looking for his wallet. The male was described as being Hispanic, about 29 years, about 5’07” tall, weighing around 175 pounds. He had multiple tattoos and a fade style haircut. The male subject asked to use her phone, which she allowed. When the calls were completed, the victim turned her back to her assailant, who pushed his way into her home. She resisted him, spraying him with pepper spray, but he
overcame her. The victims’ infant child was in the home, so she minimized her resistance, fearing for her safety and the safety
of her child.
The female victim was held against her will from about 10:30 p.m. on July 26, 2016 until about 5:30 p.m. on July 27, 2016.  During this nearly 20 hour ordeal, she had been sexually assaulted, forced to use a controlled substance, and was not freed until her mother arrived to check on her. Only then did her assailant allow her to leave with her child, but not before ordering her to not tell anyone.
On July 27, 2016, shortly after initial contact with the victim, Officers searched the area of the victims’ apartment but were not
able to locate the suspect. Clovis Police Department Detectives were activated, beginning the investigation into this Kidnapping and to conduct crime scene investigations. Through the combined efforts of the Patrol Division and Special Operation Divisions of the Clovis Police Department, Roy Cavazos (29 years of age) was identified as the suspect Friday morning, July 29, 2016.
Arrest warrants were generated for Roy Cavazos (29 years of age), for Kidnapping, Armed Robbery, Criminal Sexual Penetration (7 counts), Aggravated Burglary, Assault with Intent to Commit a violent Felony, Trafficking Methamphetamine, Abuse of a Child, Tampering with Evidence, and Larceny. At about 1:30 p.m. on July 29, 2016, Roy Cavazos was found in the 2000 block of Chapparal Circle. On contact with Officers, Roy Cavazos ran, but after a short foot pursuit, he was taken into custody without further incident. Roy Cavazos is being held on a $250,000.00 bond.

Battle of the Badges Blood Drive – 07/19/2016

The Clovis Police Department would like to invite everyone who can, to come and support the Battle of the Badges on July 22, 2016. The Clovis Police Department will be going head to head with the Clovis Fire Department in hopes to collect the most blood. Supporters can donate blood and pledge their support for whichever Badge.

United Blood Services will be collecting the donations at 320 Mitchell (Fire Station 1) Friday, July 22, 2016. Times are 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM. People donating blood will receive a free T-shirt.

The Clovis Police Department thanks all of the citizens of Clovis who support all of the first responders who risk their lives on a daily basis.

Homicide (Update) – 1000 N. MLK – 06/15/2016

On Friday, June 10, 2016, at about 12:42 a.m., Officers of the Clovis Police Department were
dispatched to the 1000 block of Martin Luther King Boulevard, The Clovis Apartments, for an injured subject. The subject, later
identified as Ramon Rollings (52 years of age) was transported to Plains Regional Medical Center for his injuries. At about 4:10
a.m., Rollings was pronounced dead. During this same time frame another male (39 years of age), was admitted into the
Emergency Room for a laceration to his head. The Major Crimes Unit was activated and the investigation into Rollings’ death
was launched.
It was discovered both Rollings and the 39 year old male were involved in the incident. The crime scene at 1000 North Martin
Luther King Boulevard was processed and items of evidentiary value were recovered. Evidentiary items are being forwarded to
the New Mexico Crime Lab for processing. Multiple witnesses have been interviewed. The Major Crimes Unit is waiting the
processing of forensic evidence in reference to this case, before any charges will be filed. As of this date, no arrests have been
made.
The Major Crimes Unit is still trying to locate a person who was possibly with Rollings at the Clovis Apartments, when this
event occurred. The person is described as a black male, aged in his early twenties whose hair is fashioned in small braids. The
Clovis Police Department and Major Crimes Unit asks you to contact law enforcement if you have information into this event
or if you know who this person is.

Robbery – 1300 blk Wallace St. – 06/13/2016

On Monday, June 13, 2016, at about 1:03 p.m., Officers and Detectives of the Clovis Police
Department were dispatched 2100 North Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Plains Regional Medical Center (PRMC), in
reference to an injured subject.
Detectives made contact with, the victim, a male subject (51 years of age), who stated he had stopped at a business in the
1300 block of Wallace Street, when a green two door vehicle pulled alongside him. The 51 year old male stated a subject in
the vehicle pointed a pistol at him and demanded his wallet and cellular phone. The 51 year old male subject said he threw his
cellular phone into the vehicle, and the subject within the car shot at him. The 51 year old male subject was shot in the back of
his right leg below the knee. He could not identify his assailant. The victim did not call for an Ambulance or Police and was
transported to PRMC by personal means.
The 51 year old victim was subsequently flown to a Lubbock, Texas area hospital for the bullet wound. At the scene,
Detectives located a bullet casing. The investigation into this robbery is ongoing.

Aggravated Assault – 1100 blk. Prince St. – 06/13/2016

On Monday, June 13, 2016, at about 12:50 p.m., Officers of the Clovis Police Department were
dispatched to the area of 11th and Prince Street in reference to shots fired. On arrival, Officers made contact with a Minnie
Hernandez (42) who stated her husband, identified as Daniel Harrison (35), had just shot at her. Officers were directed to a
residence in the 1100 block of North Prince Street. Officers set a perimeter around the home. At about 1:36 p.m., Daniel
Harrison, exited the home and was detained.
Detectives of the Clovis Police Department responded to the scene. During the course of the investigation, a bullet casing was
located on the roadway. Hernandez also told Detectives she had been battered by Daniel Harrison. Hernandez had sustained
an injury to her nose. Detectives are continuing their investigation into this incident.
Daniel Harrison was arrested for Aggravated Assault on a Household Member and Aggravated Battery on a Household
Member, and was transported to the Curry County Adult Detention Center.

Homicide – 1000 N. MLK – 06/10/2016

On Friday, June 10, 2016 at approximately 0042 hours; Officers of the Clovis Police Department were dispatched to 1000 N. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., for an injured subject on the north side of the Clovis Apartments. Upon arrival, Officers found a male subject, later identified as Raymon Rollings, Jr., 52 years of age, lying on the ground with head injuries.

Clovis Fire/Emergency Medical Service personnel arrived on scene and then transported the victim to Plains Regional Medical Center-Clovis for treatment of his injuries. Raymon Rollings succumbed to his injuries at 0410 hours this morning.

At approximately 0048 hours, PRMC-Clovis personnel contacted the Clovis Police Department stating a male subject with a stab wound to the head, had been dropped off at the front entrance of the Emergency Room. This is also under investigation at this time and is unknown if these two incidents are related.

Evidence at the scene showed a physical altercation had taken place near where the victim had been located. The investigation into the homicide is being conducted by the 9th Judicial District Major Crimes Unit (MCU) in conjunction with the Clovis Police Department.

The investigation is continuing at this time and updates will be released when information becomes available.

There is no other information available at this time.

Aggravated Battery – 200 blk Davis – 06/06/2016

On Monday, 06/06/2016, at about 6:10 p.m., Officers of the Clovis Police Department responded
to the 200 block of Davis Street in Clovis, New Mexico, for an injured subject. The caller relayed to Clovis Police Department
Dispatch that a female was battered by a male subject, and that a male subject fled the area in a vehicle.
On arrival, Officers made contact with a 34 year old female. The female had sustained multiple stab wounds on her body and
was bleeding profusely. While in contact with the Officers, the female identified her assailant as Aaron Morrisette (32 years of
age). The 34 year old female was transported to Plains Regional Medical Center by Clovis Fire Department Ambulance and was
subsequently flown to a Lubbock, Texas area hospital with life threatening injuries.
The Major Crimes Unit was activated and is investigating this crime. Arrest warrants have been generated for Aaron
Morrissette who is described as being 5’11 inches tall, weighing 175 pounds, with multiple tattoos on his neck. Morrissette is
wanted for Assault with Intent to Commit a Violent Felony, Aggravated Battery, and Unlawful Taking of a Motor Vehicle.
Morrissette should be considered armed and dangerous. The Clovis Police Department and Major Crimes Unit asks you to
contact law enforcement if you see this person.

Kidnapping – 500 blk of West 11th – 04/27/2016

On Wednesday, April 27, 2016, at about1:40 a.m., Officers of the Clovis Police Department
located a vehicle which had failed to yield at a stop sign at 9th and Prince. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but the
vehicle evaded. The vehicle was located by a second Officer who attempted to stop it, and it again evaded, reaching excessive
speeds. The pursuit was terminated. The suspect continued driving erratically, crashing through a fence in the area of Grand
Street and Industrial.
Officers responded to the scene of the crash, where they located a 27 year old female who had been injured. She was
bleeding from her neck and arms. Detectives of the Clovis Police Department Special Operations Unit were dispatched to
investigate the crime.
Detectives spoke to the female victim who reported she had been at a residence in the 500 block of West 11th Street, when
Robert Sena (26 years of age), kicked in the door to the home, entering it, armed with a knife and firearm. A physical fight
occurred between a 28 year old male in the home and Sena. Sena stabbed the 28 year old male, and kicked and stabbed the
27 year old female. The 27 year old female was taken by force from the home by Sena, who subsequently fled from police.
The 27 year old female victim was taken to Plains Regional Medical Center and was subsequently airlifted to a Lubbock, Texas
hospital. She had sustained at least 23 stab wounds to her body in her right hand, hip, wrist, bicep and neck.
Detectives of the Clovis Police Department generated an arrest warrant for Robert Sena for Kidnapping, Aggravated Battery on
a household member, Aggravated Battery, Aggravated Fleeing a Law Enforcement Officer, Felon in Possession of a Firearm,
and Leaving the Scene of an Accident.
A BOLO (Be On the Look Out for) was sent out to agencies in the area including Ft. Sumner in De Baca County. Sena was taken
into custody without further incident at approximately 7:45 a.m. Sena is currently being held in detention in Fort Sumner, New
Mexico on a $100,000.00 cash only bond.

Fatal Crash – 1100 blk West Sandia – March 31, 2016

On Thursday, 03/31/2016, at about 12:38 p.m., Officers of the Clovis Police Department responded to the 1100 block of West Sandia Street in Clovis, New Mexico, for a motor vehicle crash involving a motorcycle and a passenger vehicle.
On arrival, Officers noted a green in color 2012 Kawasaki motorcycle, on its side and a black Nissan car with impact marks on its drivers’ left front and drivers’ side windshield. Preliminary investigation indicates the motorcycle was travelling east on Sandia Street, the Nissan was turning west onto Sandia Street from Williams Street, from a posted yield sign.
The Nissan was being driven by a 40 year old male from Clovis. The motorcycle was being driven by Patrick Smith, 20 years of age, of Clovis. Smith was not wearing a helmet.
Clovis Fire Department Ambulance transported Smith to Plains Regional Medical Center. Patrick Smith succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at 1:14 p.m.
The Clovis Police Department Major Crash Team was activated and investigation into this crash is continuing.