Tag Archives: Schultz v. Pojoaque Tribal Police Department

Heroic off-duty police officer who died rescuing child is entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, says NM Court of Appeals

Officer Kevin Schultz of the Pojoaque tribal police department died a hero. While acting as a chaperone for a church youth group, he jumped in the Rio Grande to save a child who was drowning, but was unable to save … Continue reading

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“State Supreme Court hears arguments in widow’s compensation case.”

Nico Roesler has this report in the Santa Fe New Mexican about yesterday’s oral argument before the Supreme Court in the case of a Pojoaque tribal police officer, Kevin Schultz, who lost his life while heroically saving a boy from drowning in … Continue reading

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