Man Killed in Bloomfield Fire

Photos Courtesy: San Juan County Sheriffs Office

The victim has been identified as 47-year-old, Gordon Jones. The cause of the fire is still currently under investigation and detectives are interested in speaking with anyone that may have information regarding this incident.

From the San Juan County Sheriffs Office:

On January 26th, 2019, San Juan County Sheriff’s Office deputies and firefighters responded to a single house fire at #1 Cr 4994 in Bloomfield, NM. One male was found deceased inside the residence. The victim has been identified as 47-year-old, Gordon Jones. The cause of the fire is still currently under investigation and detectives are interested in speaking with anyone that may have information regarding this incident. If you have information that could help our investigators, please call dispatch at 505-334-6622 and ask to speak to a detective regarding this case. 

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