New Mexico: Kay Moss-Freese in wheelchair killed by retired APD officer Rodney Locke who fled in suspected DWI

Bernalillo County Sheriff Manuel Gonzales IIIBernalillo County Sheriff’s Department DWI arrest bookings:

Eric Joseph AndersonAddress:  13113 MONTGOMERY ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87111,   Booking Date:  10/28/2016   Time:  22:51,  Arresting Agency:  BCDC    Arresting Officer:  CHRISTOPHER GABALDON 99388, FAIL TO COMPLY W/COND OF RELEASE;DWI 2ND OFFENSE;RECKLESS DRIVING

CHISHOLM-CAYTON, LAURA MARIE           Person ID:  100174551             Booking #:  130794873       Arrest ID:  140973109
YOB:  1977       SEX:  F       Race:  W
Address:  1531 PHOENIX ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87107
Booking Date:  10/31/2016   Time:  00:23   AGGRAVATED DWI-3
    Arresting Agency:  APD    Arresting Officer:  J BROWN 93530
    Arrest Date:  10/30/2016    Arrest Time:  22:05    Arrest Location:   3200 UNSER BLVD NW
    Arrest Date:  10/31/2016    Arrest Time:  01:20    Arrest Location:   MDC ALBUQUERQUE NM 87151
  LIMA, ART            Person ID:  100181884             Booking #:  130794984       Arrest ID:  140973265   AGGRAVATED DWI-3
YOB:  1989       SEX:  M       Race:  H
Booking Date:  11/01/2016   Time:  23:47
    Arresting Agency:  APD    Arresting Officer:  TIM MCCARSON 93397
    Arrest Date:  11/01/2016    Arrest Time:  18:39    Arrest Location:   11816 MARQUETTE NE

Retired Officer Rodney Locke worked DWI patrol for 30 years; awaits results of blood tests to determine if DWI will be added to hit and run in death of woman in wheelchair


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (11/02/2016)
– A former Albuquerque police officer accused of leaving the scene of an accident that ended up killing a 60-year-old woman made his first court appearance Saturday morning.

Meanwhile, the victim’s son is looking for answers.

“I just want justice to be properly served,” Casey Freese said, adding he remembers his mom as loving and caring.

“It’s going to be hard, you know. Christmas is going to come, and Thanksgiving is going to come, and I know I’m not going to be able to see her ever again,” Freese said.

Kay Moss-Freese died Friday morning after being hit by a vehicle late Thursday near Louisiana and Lomas while in her wheelchair.

Her son says she was staying at Princeton Place, just a block away, getting help for her physical and mental health issues.

According to a criminal complaint, a caller reported a blue Dodge Ram pickup hit someone in a wheelchair, then continued north on Louisiana.

When police tracked down the pickup, former APD officer Rodney Locke told officers at his home, “You are looking for me, aren’t you?”