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Officer of the Month 

Last Updated: 02/05/09

Febraury 2009

Officer Gray on district patrol
Officer Gray on District Patrol in Las Vegas area

Name:  

Andrew G. Gray          

Duty Station:  

Las Vegas /Watrous

Special Area of Responsibility/Game Mgmt Units:

Las Vegas , Mora, Tucumcari, Pecos (GMU's 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47)

Education:  

BS-Wildlife and Fishery Science from Eastern New Mexico University-Go Greyhounds!

Length of Service:  

9 1/2 years  

Specialty or Interest:  

Family, Softball (if I can get a weekend off), Instructing Defensive Tactics, LE Operations within the Las Vegas area, and Wilderness Trips in the Pecos Wilderness

Current Projects/Assignments:  

Several LE investigations in the Las Vegas and Mora Areas instigated by OGT calls.

Best Thing About the Job:  

Learning something new everyday I go to work.   No days the same in this job!

Most Common Question People Have:  

Where are all the ELK?  

Answer:  

Probably somewhere away from that road you and other motorists are driving on.  It doesn't take much to spook elk away from the road. Once spooked, elk will head toward the heavy timber to hide and rest.

Contact Information:

(575)643-8012 or (575)447-8011 or email andrew.gray@state.nm.us

 

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