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A SWAT situation left damages that forced a family out of their home

A SWAT situation left damages that forced a family out of their home. Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office and a SWAT team were trying to capture Edson Gomez who was hiding underneath the house. Corina Hernandez’s father is the owner of the house. The police situation left broken windows, walls torn, and tear gas was used. Now, the four people who lived there have to sleep in a trailer. An officer confirmed to Hernandez that there was definite damage to the house and recommended that if they stay in a hotel to save the receipts.”Who has money for a hotel? Like, we can afford to stay in a hotel,” Hernandez said. “Thank God my dad has a trailer they can sleep in, but you know they’re still having to sleep in a trailer. They don’t have any clothes, hygiene. They had to go buy everything. So, they’re out of pocket.”Hernandez also said this incident has left the home in a vulnerable state and that people have gotten inside to steal things. The officer also gave her a card to contact Risk Management to file a claim for the damages. According to Risk Management, depending on the claim, it can take days or months for a claim like this to be paid. First, the person has 90 days to file a claim, then they will get a letter from the department. After that, an adjuster will be sent out and an investigation will start on the claim. If the claim is supported, they will send a settlement agreement. “We don’t know how long that’s going to take. Lawsuits take time. They have to review it. They have to see if they were at fault,” Hernandez said. “Of course (the state) was at fault. They didn’t have to knock down the walls.”The suspect police were looking for was Edson Gomez. Hernandez told us he is dating one of their family members, but he was not allowed around their property.

A SWAT situation left damages that forced a family out of their home. Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office and a SWAT team were trying to capture Edson Gomez who was hiding underneath the house.

Corina Hernandez’s father is the owner of the house. The police situation left broken windows, walls torn, and tear gas was used. Now, the four people who lived there have to sleep in a trailer. An officer confirmed to Hernandez that there was definite damage to the house and recommended that if they stay in a hotel to save the receipts.

“Who has money for a hotel? Like, we can afford to stay in a hotel,” Hernandez said. “Thank God my dad has a trailer they can sleep in, but you know they’re still having to sleep in a trailer. They don’t have any clothes, hygiene. They had to go buy everything. So, they’re out of pocket.”

Hernandez also said this incident has left the home in a vulnerable state and that people have gotten inside to steal things.

The officer also gave her a card to contact Risk Management to file a claim for the damages. According to Risk Management, depending on the claim, it can take days or months for a claim like this to be paid.

First, the person has 90 days to file a claim, then they will get a letter from the department. After that, an adjuster will be sent out and an investigation will start on the claim. If the claim is supported, they will send a settlement agreement.

“We don’t know how long that’s going to take. Lawsuits take time. They have to review it. They have to see if they were at fault,” Hernandez said. “Of course (the state) was at fault. They didn’t have to knock down the walls.”

The suspect police were looking for was Edson Gomez. Hernandez told us he is dating one of their family members, but he was not allowed around their property.

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