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Metro 15: April 1, 2021

View the Metro 15 list for April 1, 2021.
April 01, 2021

35-year-old Henry Sarracino and 34-year-old Jerome Trujillo have been added to the Metro 15 List.

Sarracino has four felony warrants for Receiving or Transferring Stolen Motor Vehicle x3 and Probation Violation on charges of Aggravated Assault upon a Police Officer (Deadly Weapon). Sarracino should be considered armed and dangerous.

Trujillo has two felony warrants for Aggravated Assault (Weapon) and Receiving or Transferring Stolen Motor Vehicle. Trujillo should be considered armed and dangerous.

The Metro 15 is a working list of 15 offenders who are considered drivers of crime in Albuquerque. The first list was created on November 2019. As offenders are arrested, new offenders and fugitives are identified based on their criminal history and the potential for successful prosecution. APD’s Shield Unit prepares discovery for prosecutors to use in court and work to keep offenders in jail.

The Metro 15 Operation is a targeted component of Mayor Keller’s proactive effort to attack violent crime from all sides. Since the operation began 57, offenders have been arrested.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 505-843-STOP. Anonymous video and/or photos can also be submitted at