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Deputy Robin Hopkins

Robin HopkinsOn Saturday October 26th, 2013 at 1120hrs, The Albuquerque Police Department received a 911 call about a male subject who was on foot threatening the public with an assault rifle. Once APD Officers arrived in the area, APD encountered a male subject, who immediately engaged officers with the assault rifle. Two of the APD officers were struck by gunfire and the suspect then fled the scene in an APD marked unit. Once the suspect fled the area, a pursuit ensued and the pursuit ended up in the North Valley area command. Due to the violent nature of the pursuit and the suspect still engaging Law Enforcement with gunfire, Deputy Robin Hopkins travelled through side roads to cut the suspect off and stop his actions so he would no longer be a threat. Knowing the dangers that might be inflicted upon her, Deputy Robin Hopkins continued her duty but was shot causing severe injuries, she was courageous and had the survivor mindset to call out her location so the suspect could be stopped and she could receive medical attention. Deputy Robin Hopkins suffered a severe injury in the line of duty that was intentionally inflicted upon her by an adversary. Deputy Hopkins put her own life on the line to uphold what she is sworn to do. Deputy Robin Hopkins extraordinary behavior, bravery and exceptional character reflect great credit upon herself, this department and are in keeping with the highest traditions of the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department.

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