BCSO Identifies Man Killed in Deputy Shoot Out


April 3, 2022, 9:23 pm

Taylor John Crabb

On April 1st, 2022, at 7AM Bernalillo County Deputies were dispatched to the 200 block of Saavedra SW in reference to a suspicious person. When deputies arrived on scene, they observed a male possibly vandalizing a vehicle in the area. The suspect fled in a separate vehicle and attempted to ram the deputies inside their marked patrol units.

The body of Taylor John Crabb lays underneath a SWAT Bear cat.

The deceased offender has been identified as Taylor John Crabb. He had an extensive criminal history and was a convicted felon. Crabb has been arrested in the past for: driving while intoxicated, child abuse, possession of a controlled substance, trafficking a controlled substance, probation violations, disarming a police officer, multiple counts of battery on a peace officer amongst various other crimes in several New Mexico counties.

In 2012, Crabb was sentenced to the Department of Corrections for a fourteen-year sentence. At this time, investigators are currently looking into the details surrounding his release.


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