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UPDATE: Body found by King Dragon identified

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Gallup Police Department Lt. Rosanne Morrissette said the man found west of King Dragon restaurant early Monday evening has been identified as Fredlin Allison, 30, of Rock Springs, N.M.

Morrissette said a Community Service Aide worker recognized the deceased man from taking him to the Na’nizhoozhi Center Inc-Gallup Detox...

Man arrested for abduction, death of young Navajo girl

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A Waterflow, N.M., man was arrested Tuesday in connection with the abduction and death of 11-year-old Ashlynne Mike.

Tom Begaye, 27, is scheduled to appear before U.S. Magistrate Judge B. Paul Briones in Farmington on Wednesday.

Ashlynne’s body was found Tuesday morning approximately 6 miles south of the Shiprock Monument. She had been abducted in the Fruitland area Monday afternoon.

The FBI is investigating this case with the Navajo Nation Division of Public Safety, New Mexico State Police, San Juan County Sheriff’s Office, Farmington Police Department and the U.S. Marshals Service.

No further information will be released until after Begaye’s court appearance.

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BREAKING NEWS: Body found by King Dragon

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Gallup Police Department Lt. Rosanne Morrissette said she received a call at about 5:45 pm this evening that a deceased male was found west of King Dragon restaurant, 1212 U.S. 491.

"It doesn't look like there was any foul play," she said, adding that the body of the unidentified male will be sent to Albuquerque for an autopsy.

And it's not that the police must wait to tell the next of kin before releasing his name to the public – the man had no identification on him. Instead, police are asking for the public's help in identifying the man, which Morrissette estimates to be in his 20s.

The man has a slender build, with his stature on the shorter side. He has short, brown hair with...

City: Curb and gutter improvements just around the corner

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Each council district to be treated ‘equally’

About $1.5 million is budgeted for curb and gutter improvements at various areas around the city and it’s a matter of time before a project start date kicks in, officials said. The final cost of the improvements hasn’t been etched in stone, so that amount could end up a bit higher after workshops and council meetings within the next few weeks, Gallup Public Works Director Stan Henderson noted.

“It involves budgeting and planning,” Henderson said of the project. “I anticipate that we’ll have a final plan soon.”

Henderson said the project is something that’s been listed on the city’s Infrastructure Capital Improvement...

Annual ‘Comcast Cares Day’ to cleanup downtown

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April 30 cleanup coincides with Earth Day

From his view just outside of the back door of his business, amid a pile of litter and discarded bulk items, Knifewing Segura, CEO and founder of the Downtown Conference Center on Coal Avenue, said he can only speculate how long the debris will stay in one spot.

Hopefully, not long, Segura muses.

The Comcast cable company downtown cleanup, slated for April 30, is a step is a big help, but definitely not a cure-all.

“There are days when it’s worse than others,” Segura said. “Some people complain, but not nearly enough that should be complaining.”

Segura said the area is a hot spot for drunks and vagrants and that people dump...

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