Governor Weighs in on Noise Complaint at Santa Fe Hotel

by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS  |  published on December 19, 2015

Authorities have released dispatch tapes from a noise complaint that led police to a hotel room rented by one of New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez’s staff, in which the governor can be heard telling dispatchers there was no need to send officers.

Police were called to the fourth floor of the Eldorado Hotel & Spa around 1:30 a.m. Sunday after the front desk reported a complaint about noise and someone throwing bottles off the balcony.

The audio recordings of the governor’s discussion with Santa Fe County dispatchers were released Friday and posted online by media outlets, bloggers and her political opponents.

  • billwhit

    Why is this even news?


    Finally got to the reason for the big hoopla over this NON NEWSWORTHY STORY. After clicking on the link to read “the rest of the story”, in the LAST PARAGRAPH, it refers to her being a REPUBLICAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    That’s what I thought from the beginning, but had to get to the LAST paragraph before I got that confirmation!!

  • TexRancher

    The question is: Did the Governor rectify the situation or just try to pull political strings? If she took care of the complaint then there’s no story so why isn’t that part of the report?

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