Jury Finds Former LAPD Officer Guilty Of Aggravated Assault With A Deadly Weapon, Child Abuse



A jury found former Los Alamos Police officer and Chaves County sheriff’s deputy David Bradshaw, 43, guilty Wednesday of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and child abuse in a case related to an off-duty incident in Roswell in March 2018 where he followed a vehicle home in his personal pickup and pulled a gun on the driver.

John. P. Sugg, 12th Judicial District Attorney, who prosecuted the case, included the child abuse charge because Bradshaw had his young son the vehicle during the incident.

All four District Court judges from Chavez County recused themselves from the case which was presided over by Judge Raymond L. Romero of Eddy County. Sentencing has been scheduled for July 12. Bradshaw faces a minimum of a one-year sentence and a maximum of up to six and a half years.