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Pinedale man arraigned on charge of aggravated sexual assault

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ALBUQUERQUE – Sheldon Livingston, 22, of Pinedale, N.M., and an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation, was arraigned in federal court on a charge of aggravated sexual abuse on March 7.

A federal grand jury indicted Livingston on Feb. 24. According to the indictment and other court records, during December 2020, Livingston...


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Kenneth Price
Jan. 26, 4:37 am
Aggravated DWI (Third)

Numerous open containers in a vehicle and an inconsistent story led to Kenneth Price, 34, of Window Rock, being arrested for his third DWI.

Gallup Officer Aaron Marquez was patrolling the north side district near Mesa View Plaza when he saw a white Chevrolet TBZ parked in the plaza lot with its engine running. Several nearby vehicles were covered with snow that had been falling the night prior while the TBZ was not, leading Marquez to determine it had just arrived at the location.

Marquez turned on his unit’s emergency lights before he approached the vehicle from the driver’s side. He saw the driver...

Precautions for Spring Break travelers

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TUCSON, AZ — FBI Phoenix advises the public to be vigilant of their surroundings and use caution when traveling during spring break. If traveling out of the country, the FBI warns of increased dangers of international travel, including crime, theft, fraud, and kidnapping.

As a first step in planning any trip abroad, check the travel advisories for your intended destination. The travel advisory system was designed to give U.S. citizens timely, clear, and reliable information regarding security threats abroad.

The following tips may help you feel more secure while traveling internationally:

Establish points of contact for your family to contact in the event of an emergency.


Federal jury convicts Navajo man of manslaughter

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ALBUQUERQUE - A federal jury on March 10 returned a guilty verdict on Brian Tony, 50, of Gallup. The jury found Tony guilty of voluntary manslaughter.

Tony, an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation, was arrested on June 3, 2016, on a criminal complaint charging him with killing a man by stabbing him in the head and neck and hitting him with a hammer. Tony killed the victim on the Navajo Nation in McKinley County on May 9, 2016.  At the time, Tony was on supervised release for a prior conviction on a federal assault charge.

Tony, who was accompanied by his brother and his girlfriend, drove to a residence in Gallup and picked up the victim and the victim’s friend.  While at the...


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Regina Bee

Jan. 23, 5:02 pm

Aggravated DWI (Fourth)

Gallup Police stopped a vehicle swerving across Aztec Avenue, which led to Regina Bee, 41, of Gallup, being arrested for her fourth DWI offense.

Officer Albert Jarad was traveling westbound near the intersection of Aztec Avenue and Second Street when he pulled behind a black Nissan Altima at a traffic signal. While the light was still red, the Altima pulled forward and continued on Aztec Avenue.

Jarad began following the Altima, which then stopped at a green light before continuing on its path.

The Altima continued on Aztec Avenue, eventually driving over the median line without activating its turn...

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