Santa Fe New Mexican, July 24, 2005

Santa Fe New Mexican

July 24, 2005

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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 24, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE SANTA FE Locally owned and independent Saving New Mexico for 156 years SUNDAY JULY 24 2005 ONE DOLLAR Lucrecia Dominguez Luna came to the through the unmerciful Arizona desert on her way to her husband and a better life Like hundreds of migrants before her she never made it Her family launches a search Migrants come out of hiding and rush to Cesario Dominguez left who gives them bottles of water he brought into the Sonoran Desert The migrants were lost in the desert with out food or water Dominguez was searching for his daughter who fell ill and was left behind by smugglers in June For migrants a brutal toll Story by Barbara Ferry Photo by Luis Sanchez Saturno The New Mexican ALTAR VALLEY Ariz As the sun sets behind the Baboquivari Moun tains Cesario Dominguez strides briskly through the Sonoran Desert Around him are mesquite trees prickly pear and cholla cactus Lizards dart underfoot There are also signs of others who have walked here empty threegallon plastic jugs a pair of pants a backpack halfburied in the sand Earlier in the day when the sun was beat ing down and the temperature hovered around 113 degrees Cesario had walked for several hours in this same area on a pri INSIDE Isolated Mexican town is a haven for coyotes Page A8 vately owned ranch about 35 miles north of the Mexican border Despite the heat and his exhaustion Cesario 56 is determined not to leave any patch of des ert unsearched More than three weeks ago his daughter Lucrecia Dominguez Luna 35 was crossing the desert near here with a group of migrants when she fell ill and was left behind Her son Jesus 15 stayed by her side for a day He left her to water but got lost on his way back After wandering for several days Please see MIGRANTS Page A7 Lucrecia Dominguez Luna was lost in this area somewhere Three Points Kilt Peak Observatory it Baboquivari Peak Sasabe Competing immigration bills in the Senate Page A8 Hundreds march against the Minuteman group Page A9 Polleros smugglers and migrants hook up I Area of search with waiting vehicles here 46 miles from Sasabe A Humanitarian group No More Deaths operates here to aid migrants Migrants begin journey here Arizona Mexico Phoenix Santa Fe of detail What 110 degrees in the shade feels like Page A6 Alexander New Mexican border by the numbers Page A7 Police hold 3 teens suspected in a monthslong crime spree By JASON AUSLANDER The New Mexican The lone employee still on duty at the Subway sand wich shop on Cordova Road heard a loud knocking on the back door at about on a recent Saturday night The employee answered the door and walked out side but found no one there However through a window saw two young males enter the front of the store one wearing a mask and carrying a black hand gun the other holding a T shirt over his face The males entered an employeeonly area arid Luis G Ceballos threw video secu rity equip ment to the floor then grabbed from a safe and fled Thanks to the employees account of the July 2 rob bery Santa Fe police later arrested two local teenag ers Now detectives are try ing to determine whether the pair and a third teen might be responsible for a monthslong crime spree of robberies beatings and pos sibly even a rape Based on the information we have Police Chief Beverly Lennen said Fri day my sense is that the Subway robbery may be only the tip of the iceberg How deep this may go or how farreaching its just too early to Whether or not investiga tors succeed in linking the teens to other crimes it was clear during court tes timony last week on one of the robbery suspects 15 yearold Jorge BarronLino that police arent anx ious to see him back on the streets any time soon A detective called the boy also known as Jorge Garcia a predator of adult females Please see CRIME Page A10 INDEX Annies Mailbox C9 Movies Business B2 Dl Mutuals 02 Classifieds Hl Opinion Gl Crossword C9 Police notes B2 Focus El Horoscope C9 Pasa 122 Scoreboard C2 Local news Bl Sports Lotteries Cl B2 Travel Fl 11 sections 112 pages 156th year Issue No 205 Publication No 596440 Todays obituaries Cassandra Tate 59 July 8 RedJ Rivera 74 July 22 Page B2 Todays forecast Some sun very warm afternoon thunderstorm High 86 low 62 Page D8 Death toll up to 88 in Egypt bombings t Unwelcome violence descends on Red Sea resort By MEGAN K STACK Los Angeles Times SHARM ELSHEIK Egypt The death toll from pre dawn blasts here climbed to at least 88 Saturday as dazed emergency crews combed the wreckage for victims in the brazen attack on a sea side resort wellknown for its thick presence of intelli gence and security agents Two shadowy organiza tions including one that professes to be linked to al Qaida gave competing claims of responsibility for the three large explosions that echoed in quick succession over the Red Sea coast The blasts gut ted a luxury hotel devastated a shopping center and left a popular taxi stand slick with the blood of tourists At least 119 people were wounded Launched on the anniver sary of the 1952 revolution that overthrew the Egyptian monarchy it was one of the deadliest terror strikes ever experienced by this often bloodied country Condemna tions poured in from digni taries around the world The Interior Ministry indi cated that most of the dead Please see EGYPT Page A4 ;

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