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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 26, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico NEW THE SANTA FE MEXICAN QcroBEH WEDNESDAY 50 CENTS Lawyer Driver ran over man by accident Attorney defending one of five charged in bowling alley killing says case definitely not murder By Jason Auslander The New Mexican A 27yearold Kansas man acci dentally ran over Benjamin Suazo of Santa Fe last a fight in a bowling alley parking lot the mans lawyer said Tuesday This is definitely not a murder said Dan Marlowe attorney for Jason Furden If Suazo died from being run over it was a complete Marlowe said Furden did not know that Suazo who later died might have been run over until others in his sportutility vehicle informed him they thought that was what had hap pened At that point Furden freaks he said Furden the married father of a 2yearold boy is one of five doortodoor magazine subscription salesmen from the Midwest charged with murdering Suazo Police have said the incident early Thursday morning began in the parking lot of Silva Lanes when Suazo looked at or said something to the girlfriend of a salesmen who was not charged in the incident The man objected to Suazos behavior and three of his friends who were charged in the incident came out and started a fist fight with Suazo according to a police report The two groups eventually separated and got into their respec tive vehicles but at least some of the salesmen in Furdens car continued yelling at Suazo and taunting him the report states Suazo then drove up to the SUV and confronted the salesmen again according to the report This guys Marlowe said Why would you pick on five guys when youre by yourself Marlowe said Furden was trying to leave the parking lot but couldnt Please see DRIVER Page A6 Jason Furden A new spot for hiphop Left without a place to call home after The Paramount shut its doors disc jockeys are looking for alternatives Photos by Lara New Mexican Marsha Lucero right and Josie Qrtego celebrate Luceros birthday earlier this month at Chilacas Cantina Chilacas metamorphosis from family restaurant to nightclub has drawn complaints about noise traffic and crime from neighborhood residents Scene building DJs spin at smaller venues hope to keep music alive By Phaedra Haywood The New Mexican A huge portion of Santa Fes hiphop fans lost their hot spot when The Para mount Lounge and Nightclub closed this summer Hundreds of peopleused to1 pack the nightclubs dance floor every Friday night to groove to the familiar dancefriendly beats spun by Chicanobuilt disc jockeys Rockwell and Automatic Other venues feature hiphop acts occasionally Warehouse 21 has events for the under21 crowd and swanky down town club Swig got into the act with its Please see SCENE Page A5 Chicanobuilt DJs Sol Bentley left and Joe Ray Sandoval far right keep the crowd dancing at Chilacas Cantina on Saturday night ON THE WEB Want to comment on this story see more photos or read more by and about local young people Check out our new Web site at www Permit request Council to consider Chilacas certificate of occupancy By Tom Sharpe The New Mexican Chilacas Cantina which city staff say has become more nightclub than restau rant will try again to get a new certificate of occupancy at tonights City Council meeting The case is one of three appeals coun cilors will hear Neighbors of Chilacas are expected to complain the business has become too loud and crimeprone But Chilacas president Curtiss LaCross says he has only altered his product The restaurant and bar opened along with Please see REQUEST Page A5 TREASURER SCANDAL House panel to review evidence today By Barry Massey The Associated Press Lawmakers are nearing what could become the first vote to impeachan elected state officer in New Mexico history A bipartisan panel of House mem bers will review evidence today against indicted state Treasurer Robert Vigil and then decide whether to recommend his impeachment Its possible the 10member subcom mittee will meet in a closeddoor session to huddle with its lawyer to discuss the evidence and his legal advice Subcommit tee leaders have said any decisions will be made in a public meeting if the panel holds an executive session The panel could con tinue its work Thursday The Legislature will convene Friday to Please see REVIEW Page A4 Judge rules against Forest Service Decision states retardant drops violated environmental laws By Jeff Barnard The Associated Press GRANTS PASS Ore The For est Service violated environmental laws including the Endangered Species Act when it failed to go through a public pro cess to consider the dangers of fireretar1 dant drops that have killed thousands of fish a judge has ruled The Forest Service decision not to com ply with the National Environmental Policy Act on the dangers of using toxic fire retar Please see FOREST Page A6 OBITUARIES Arthur 67 Santa Fe Oct 16 Bernard 77 Yuma Oct 9 Charles R Lopez 87 Santa Fe Oct 25 PriscilaJaramiHo 70 Santa Fe Oct 24 Rebeca Quintana Oct 23 Richard P Nafey 57 Oct 21 PageC2 DEATH TOLL HITS Amid news of Iraqs constitution approval military officials announced the military death toll reached half occuring since September 2004 Page A3 DAY OF CELEBRATION Get a glimpse of all traditional foods for the Day of the Dead Taste Dl Index Annies C7 D5 Horoscope A toapBy ownqLand independent newspaper Police WWW saai Scoreboard WHITE SOX CLOSE IT IN EXTRA INNINGS Geoff Blums 14thinning home run put an end to the longest World Series game ever and pulled Chicago closer to a sweep of the Houston Astros Sports B4 Main Late News TODAY Partly cloudy with showers High 62 low 38 PageC8 Five sections 38 pages 156th year Issue No 299 Publication No 596440 Senfag New Mexico for 156 years j
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