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WEEKLY DWI REPORT

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ENDWI. Legal limit is .08.

Levi Brice Lowery

Feb. 24, 7:32 pm

4th DWI, Aggravated

Despite the consequences from his last three DWIs, or lack thereof, Lowery’s fourth arrest was drama filled. Luckily, no one was hurt in the fender bender on 601 S. Dani Dr. Lowery fled the scene into the home of his...

WEEKLY DWI REPORT

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Anthony Cleveland

Feb. 16, 1:12 an

4th DWI, Aggravated

Cleveland was pulled over when McKinley County Sheriff’s Office Chief Investigator Merle Bates noticed his vehicle swerving as it headed down U.S. Route 491. He nearly hit a concrete barrier before pulling into Jiffy Lube. Cleveland, 54, produced an ID card, and he was actually driving on a suspended/revoked license.

According to the report, he told Bates “take me to jail I’m drunk.” Bates noticed an open can of Budwiser in the backseat. It was cold and had half of its content. Cleveland blew a .23 and .24 during the breath tests.

Joan M. Yazzie

Jan. 20, 8:14 pm

Aggravated DWI

As Deputy Eric Jim was...

BONUS EDITION! Weekly Crime Blotter

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GUARDIAN POLICE ANGELS

2/12, GALLUP

Gallup Police officers and detectives were already on scene, responding to a call at Gallup Housing Authority on South Second Street, when one of the detectives observed three men in a fight. According to GPD Officer Matthew Graham's report, one man was immediately subdued, but another one took off running down the hill toward the Pepsi plant. He was readily apprehended by a detective. The reported victim, Dino Jack, stayed near police.

One of the suspects, identified as Armando Eddie, 33, of Churchrock, said that Jack had taken $12 and promised to get some beers, but had absconded with the money, which Jack denied. Eddie also had Jack's sweater...

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MAN IDENTIFIED

2/16, GALLUP

A body found behind Duke City has been identified as Floyd Becenti, 54, of Coyote Canyon. The cause of his death is pending an autopsy and toxicology reports, but upon initial investigation, Gallup Police Department Capt. Rick White said that no foul play is suspected. He said that Becenti had been taking some medication for diabetes and seizures, so there’s some speculation that his health could have played a role in his death. White said this marks the eighth “open area death” in Gallup this winter season.

OFFICER INVOLVED ACCIDENT

2/15, GALLUP

State Police are investigating an accident involving GPD Officer Jeremy Shirley. The accident...

WEEKLY DWI REPORT

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Renus E. Barker

Jan. 19, 5:13 pm

7th DWI

Already on the District Attorney’s DWI felony list, Barker decided that six DWIs weren’t enough. MCSO Sgt. Eric Jim witnessed Barker pull into the Trademark plaza off South Second Street “at a high rate of speed,” according to the report. Barker, 29, also drove in circles around the Teriyaki House restaurant at a high rate of speed.

That prompted Jim to pull him over. Barker appeared intoxicated and struggled with field sobriety tests. Jim was able to secure a search warrant for a blood draw, but the results are still pending.

Randall R. Chee

Jan. 13, 6: 10 pm

2nd DWI, Aggravated

Chee, 20, is not even of legal...

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