Sept. 24, 2017
Topic: crime

Behind Closed Doors

SFR's ongoing coverage of Santa Fe's domestic violence epidemic.

Features In 2009, staff writer Corey Pein began examining domestic violence in Santa Fe and in New Mexico from a variety of perspectives and through dramatic cases that were under-reported in the mainstream media. What ...

Tuesday, October 6, 2009 Corey Pein

Pushing Back

Domestic violence surge prompts government action

Local News Local leaders say they are finally ready “to protect survivors of domestic violence…and to hold perpetrators of domestic violence accountable,” according to a Santa Fe County press release. I...

Wednesday, October 7, 2009 Corey Pein

Gilded cages

Even Santa Fe women of wealth and status get trapped by domestic violence

Features In each of the recent, highly publicized domestic violence cases, the couples lived in housing projects, trailer parks and other less-than-chic corners of Santa Fe. This fact appeared to confirm what some alrea...

Wednesday, October 14, 2009 Corey Pein

Railyard Cinema Hopeful Has Dubious Record

But Santa Fe is so far going forward with the process of issuing a $35.4 million bond

Local News SFR has learned that one of the principals in the company that wants taxpayers to help build a cinema in the Railyard has been charged several times with writing bad checks. But Richard Jaramillo’s backgr...

Monday, October 19, 2009 Corey Pein

The Honor is Yours

Meet the 1st Judicial District judge candidates

Local News It may be the most important local official you don’t get to vote for (at least not right away)—a person who can ruin lives with the thwack of a gavel. At 8:30 am on Nov. 5, a select group of 17 men...

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Two Steps Back?

 Advocates question judicial commitment to fighting domestic violence

Local News SFR has reported how the recession has come with an increase in domestic violence cases, many unusually brutal. Now, the down economy threatens to wipe out any progress that’s been made in reforming polic...

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Man Up

There is another side to the domestic violence story...

Features The “fathers’ rights” narrative goes something like this: Family courts, cowed by decades of feminist activism, are biased against anyone with a Y chromosome. A few brave men, undaunted by the...

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 Corey Pein

Pipe Nightmares

Condo owners have watched their water—and money—leak away.

Local News Despite the rash of class-action lawsuits that have required Kitec manufacturer, Ipex Inc., and contractors who installed it to reimburse residents and re-plumb entire communities—a Nevada court ordered o...

Wednesday, March 3, 2010 Alexa Schirtzinger

Deny & Delay

Police lobby fights anti-domestic-violence bill

Local News Ten years ago, New Mexico State Police Officer Marvyn Jaramillo was pulled over by a Santa Fe County sheriff’s deputy for speeding. He flunked a sobriety test. His loaded shotgun lay behind his seat. The ...

Wednesday, February 3, 2010 Corey Pein

7 Days

From Feb. 11

Local News Crime, cows and Coffee with Coss.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009


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