From the IN BRIEF section of Tuesday’s New Mexican:
City recreation manager held at jail
Elizabeth “Liz” Roybal, the city of Santa Fe’s recreation complex manager, remained in jail Monday evening after her arrest Sunday on a charge of assault on a household member and violating a restraining order.
City Manager Robert Romero acknowledged he had been informed of the arrest Monday evening, but said it was too early to comment on any possible action the city might take.
According to a Santa Fe County sheriff’s report, Roybal, 50, was arrested Sunday on County Road 84 by Deputy Gabe Cebada.
A police report states that Roybal was arrested after she was “involved in a verbal argument with her ex-girlfriend” and assaulted her.
Online jail records indicated that as of Monday evening Roybal was being held in lieu of a $5,000 bond.