CLOVIS, N.M. — The Clovis Police Division released information and facts about an ongoing murder investigation right after a woman was uncovered useless.
According to a news launch from the Workplace of Roy Rice, Interim Main of Law enforcement for Clovis, on Wednesday, at about 9:45 p.m., officers with the Clovis Police Section had been dispatched to 201 N Major St. for a report of shots fired. On arrival to the flats, which are situated throughout the road from the aged Hotel Clovis, officers uncovered a woman’s overall body inside of an apartment. No suspect was located.
The lady was later recognized as Kelsey Ladawn Income, 28, who died from gunshot wounds.
Associates of the Significant Crimes Device with the Clovis Police Department’s Patrol Division and Unique Operations Unit worked to identify any witnesses and person(s) associated with this crime. Based on this investigation, Adrian Chavez, 26, was determined as a suspect in this incident. At about 3:30 a.m., Chavez was arrested and charged with just one count of murder. Chavez was taken to the Curry County Adult Detention Middle, the place he was booked.
Members of the Significant Crimes Unit with the Clovis Law enforcement Department’s Patrol Division and Distinctive Functions Unit are continue to investigating this incident.
The Clovis Law enforcement Section requests that any man or woman acquiring information and facts relevant to this incident make contact with the police at 575-769-1921. Details can also be furnished anonymously by utilizing the Clovis Police Department’s suggestion411 program which can be accessed by likely to www.law enforcement.cityofclovis.org. Anonymous ideas can also be furnished to the Curry County Crime Stoppers at 575-763-7000.
This report at first appeared on Amarillo Globe-Information: Clovis law enforcement investigating murder following girl uncovered dead