Brady-Giglio Disclosures

Pending Federal Investigation into Law Enforcement Officers.

In response to the above letter received by our office from the United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico, Alexander M.M. Uballez, and in deference to a pending federal investigation, our office has added the following officers to our list of Brady-Giglio Disclosures.

Consistent with our professional obligations, this list will be updated as more information becomes available to our office.

Officer NameAgency at time of Disclosure
Harvey JohnsonAlbuquerque Police Department
Joshua MontanoAlbuquerque Police Department
Honorio AlbaAlbuquerque Police Department
Nelson OrtizAlbuquerque Police Department

Brady-Giglio Disclosures

The Bernalillo County District Attorney’s Office is part of a growing number of prosecutor offices around the nation advancing criminal justice reform and accountability. Prosecutors have a special responsibility to seek justice. In addition to sharing information with defendants that tends to show their innocence, prosecutors have a duty to share information that impacts a witness’s credibility. These disclosures are known as Brady-Giglio disclosures named after the United States Supreme Court Cases Brady v Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963), and United States v. Giglio, 405 U.S. 150 (1972) which established this responsibility.

Officer NameAgency at time of Disclosure
Nicolas CarlsonNew Mexico State Police
Jesus RoybalBernalillo County Sheriff's Office
Katherine WrightAlbuquerque Police Department
Santana TrahanAlbuquerque Police Department
Jason ReanoAlbuquerque Police Department
Russel PereaAlbuquerque Police Department
Earl NagyAlbuquerque Police Department
Angelo LovatoAlbuquerque Police Department
Steven GushiniereAlbuquerque Police Department
Ramiro GarzaAlbuquerque Police Department
Brendon FarrellAlbuquerque Police Department
Fred DuranAlbuquerque Police Department
Wayne DechanoAlbuquerque Police Department
John CurranAlbuquerque Police Department
Liam KingAlbuquerque Police Department
Vanessa SantillanesAlbuquerque Police Department