For the week of Nov. 4-10 there were six traffic stops at the intersection of Del Rey Avenue and Eubank Boulevard NE reported to crimemapping.com. It is unknown what the result of those traffic stops were.
At 4:52 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, a theft/larceny was reported at the 7500 block of Keystone Drive NE. An aggravated assault was reported on Nov. 8 at the 8100 block of Loma del Norte Road at 4:48 p.m.
The following map shows incidents reported by the Albuquerque Police Department for the week of Nov. 4-10 in the Northeast Heights area between Paseo del Norte Boulevard, Louisiana Boulevard, Eubank Boulevard and Academy Road.
Mid-year statistics recently released by the Albuquerque Police Department show a decrease in crimes against property and crimes against person from previous years. The Twitter account for APD Police Chief Harold Medina, @ABQPoliceChief, provides a chart in a Nov. 9 post.
Now that the campaign season is over, I want to clear up the claims about Albuquerque’s crime stats. Over 5 years, overall, property and violent crime are down, thanks to the officers, detectives and professionals throughout APD. pic.twitter.com/bWwObVEv5U
— APD Chief of Police (@ABQPoliceChief) November 9, 2022
The mid-year report says there were 57 non-negligent murders in the first two quarters of reporting.
Albuquerque’s police homicide report shows the 57th homicide of the year occurred on June 25 at 900 Atrisco SW. That homicide has yet to be solved, according to the most recent list of cases provided by APD.
The following map shows APD area command boundaries and locations of homicides reported in 2022.