Patrolman Glen Michael Huber

Patrolman Glen Michael Huber

New Mexico State Police, New Mexico

End of Watch Saturday, January 26, 1991

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Glen Michael Huber

Patrolman Glen Huber and Deputy Sheriff Jerry Martinez, of the Rio Arriba County Sheriff's Office, were shot and killed along with five civilians.

The officers were shot while serving a restraining order that had been requested by the suspect's girlfriend.

The suspect used a 7.65 mm rifle to commit the murders. The man was apprehended and sentenced to four life sentences.

Patrolman Huber was a U.S. Army veteran and had served with the New Mexico State Police for 10 years. He was survived by his wife and two daughters.


  • Age 35
  • Tour 10 years
  • Badge Not available
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Gunfire
  • Weapon Rifle; 7.65 mm
  • Offender Sentenced to life


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My wife and I were neighbors of Glen and Arlene while we were living on campus at NMSU. I was Police Science major and recently seperated from the Army. Glen was preparing to go on active duty when he graduated later that year. Glen and Arlene, my wife and myself and another couple, Jerry and Lou spent many weeknight and weekends together. Glen talked about his future as a police officer all the time. We all went to Jurarez one night for dinner after he returned from Ft Benning. I have a picture of all of us there. I was stationed at Clark AB in the Philippines when he was killed. It was heart breaking. After a recent chat with Lou I found this site. Her husband Jerry is buried in the same park as Glen. I am sure they are partying together.

Jay Clanton USAF MAJ (Ret)
None, retired living in Chiangmai Thailand

September 3, 2022

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