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Adam David Begay, 23

PO Box Tohatchi, NM

Aug. 12, 10:53 pm

Begay was arrested after Gallup Police Department Officers were called to a automobile crash at the Shalimar. Begay was determined to be the driver, by his own admission. After failing several field sobriety tests, Begay was placed under arrest by Officer Jessie Diaz and taken to a local hospital for a medical clearance as well as a blood draw to determine his blood alcohol content level. He was taken to jail, where he was charged with DWI, immediate notice of an accident and careless driving.

Jadeandress Hunter, 30

PO Box Gallup, NM

Aug. 11, 3:55 pm

Hunter was also arrested by GPD after a vehicle crash. According to the report, filed by Officer Valerie Wilson, an attempt to locate had been issued earlier in the day for Hunter and the vehicle that she was driving. Hunter later crashed into the stop sign at First Street and Maloney. Witnesses told Wilson that Hunter had almost crashed into their vehicle near Lowe’s uptown and that they were following her to get her license plate. Next, they saw her crash into the stop sign and then walk away from the vehicle with a beer in her hand. Hunter admitted to drinking and failed field sobriety tests, she also refused the breathalyzer exam which led to an aggravated charge of DWI.

Dallas Tsosie, 21,

Williams Acres, NM

Aug. 15, 1:22 am

McKinley County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Arnold Noriega arrested Tsosie after he saw him driving with his blinker on and not making any turns. Noriega noted in his report the usual signs of intoxication. Tsosie refused field sobriety tests, but did submit to a breath test, results were .15, .15, almost twice the legal driving limit. He was charged with being under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs and lesser charges.

Ryan Harvey, 30

PO Box Gamerco, NM

Aug. 15, 4:35 pm

Harvey’s passenger drew the attention of MCSO Deputy Merlin Benally when he was leaning out of the vehicle window and making gestures to a man on a motorcycle parked next to them at a red light.

Benally saw that the vehicle’s plates were expired, confirmed that they were expired by over a year and pulled the vehicle over.

Benally said in his report that halfway to the vehicle, he could smell the odor of intoxicating beverages. Harvey failed a couple of field sobriety tests and a roadside breath test put him over the legal driving limit. A breathalyzer test later placed Harvey’s BAC at .09, .08. He was arrested and charged for his second DWI, suspended/revoked license, open container in a motor vehicle, and other vehicle related charges.