It's been discovered that the Verizon Galaxy Nexus (known by the codename "toro") has been removed from Google's developer support page, along with the Verizon Motorola XOOM (aka "stingray") and Sprint Nexus S 4G (aka "crespo4G"). Another support page houses the stock factory images that can be used to load Android onto a device, but navigating to the LTE Galaxy Nexus list shows that the ROM images are "archived, for reference only." Additionally, there's a sentence up at the top of Google's developer page that says that "No CDMA devices are supported" with the current release of the Android Open Source Project.
So what's going on? Originally it was thought that this whole situation had to do with Verizon and Google Wallet. With the removal of the Nexus S 4G and LTE XOOM, though, it'd be kind of strange for this move to be centered around the Verizon/Google Wallet brouhaha. The folks at The Verge reached out for Google for clarification on the situation and were told that CDMA devices were removed from some developer support pages because not all of the features of pure AOSP builds (like making phone calls) are fully supported on CDMA devices. Google added that it will continue to support the Verizon Galaxy Nexus through official firmware updates. So fret not, Verizon Galaxy Nexus owners, because your device is still a Nexus and will still be supported by the folks at Google. You can find a statement from Google's own Dan Morril explaining the situation below.