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On February 17, at the intersection of Central Ave SE and Alvarado Dr NE in Albuquerque, NM, Police Chief Harold Medina was involved in a collision deemed non-preventable by a review board during a recent Albuquerque City Council meeting. Chief Medina, driving an unmarked APD black truck, was reportedly fleeing gunfire after stopping two fighting men when his vehicle collided with Todd Perchert’s 1966 Ford Mustang. Perchert, the Mustang’s driver, suffered serious injuries including a broken collarbone, shoulder blade, eight broken ribs, and a collapsed lung. Emergency crews extracted Perchert from the vehicle and transported him to a nearby hospital for treatment.

During the recent Albuquerque City Council meeting, the Fleet Crash Review Board declared the collision involving Police Chief Harold Medina as non-preventable. The incident occurred when Chief Medina, in an unmarked police vehicle, collided with Todd Perchert’s classic Mustang at an intersection in Albuquerque. Chief Medina was reportedly evading gunfire following an incident involving two individuals when the crash transpired. Emergency responders had to extricate Perchert from his vehicle due to severe injuries sustained during the collision.

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Alejandro Acosta

Mr. Acosta is a lifelong resident of El Paso. He graduated from Cathedral High School in 2000 and graduated from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio in 2004. Mr. Acosta went on to attend Sandra Day O’ Connor College of Law (Arizona State Law School). He graduated in 2008, receiving his J.D. and his Indian Legal Certificate for his work in Indian Law and dealings with various tribal nations throughout Arizona. Alejandro has been licensed to practice law in Texas since 2008 and has been licensed in the State of New Mexico since 2011.

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