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ALeRT Offender Arrest: Rachel Trujillo

Albuquerque Police Department officers arrested Rachel Trujillo, 33, for Battery against a Household Member and Probation Violation.

Tues. Oct. 12, 2021

ALBUQUERQUE – Albuquerque Police Department officers arrested Rachel Trujillo, 33, for Battery against a Household Member and Probation Violation.

Ms. Trujillo is an ALeRT offender who was identified by a multi-agency program that tracks offenders who continuously commit crimes in the community.

On 10/08/2021 APD Officers were dispatched to the 7900 Block of Central SE for a Domestic Violence call. Officers arrived and made contact with a male who had apparent injuries and recent facial disfigurement consistent with being hit with an object. The victim advised his ex-girlfriend had beat him with a rock during an argument. The girlfriend, identified as Rachel Trujillo, was located just north of the incident address. Officers placed Trujillo into custody, finding a bottle of alcohol in her pocket. Subsequently, Trujillo requested to be seen by hospital staff for a pre-existing condition. Officers transported Trujillo to a local hospital, where she had attempted to escape from custody and intentionally spit at an officer. After being cleared by medical staff, officers confirmed Trujillo was actively on Probation and found her to be in violation as she was intoxicated and was found to have liquor on her person. Trujillo was transported to MDC without further incident. MDC Records show that Trujillo was released from custody 48 hours prior to this incident.

Ms. Trujillo has 2 Felony arrests for Unlawful Taking of a Motor Vehicle, and Conspiracy to commit Unlawful Taking of a Motor Vehicle.

Ms. Trujillo has been booked into Metropolitan Detention Center. He will appear before a Metropolitan Court Judge in the near future.

As part of the Analysis-Led Recidivism Team (ALeRT), the Albuquerque Police Department collaborates with the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office, Rio Rancho Police Department, New Mexico State Police, New Mexico Probation & Parole, the FBI and the Bernalillo County District Attorney’s Office to achieve a high rate of prosecution in addressing community concerns of crime and disorder.