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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 29, 2015, Farmington, New Mexico Couple from Page i Ninga a body near the foot of his bed. Detectives note in the warrant that Carter had previously lived with Dunning at the residence but was thrown out after an argument. Chadwick confirmed that Carter and Chadwick Mcnally Chadwick a Niece used to live at the residence. A the let those people that killed him live on his property for free a Chadwick said. A what do you think of that a a White passenger vehicle similar to one being driven by Carter was also seen by neighbors parked near Dunning a residence the night of the murder the affidavit states. Deputies eventually located Carter in the area of South Randolph Avenue and East Murray drive in Farmington and he was detained the affidavit states. While he was being placed in a Deputy a squad car Carter allegedly tried to hide a credit card belonging to Dunning under his car seat according to the affidavit. Carter admitted in a statement to detectives that he and Chadwick my Natty sneaked into Dunning a residence at about 3 . Thursday and killed the 60-year-�ld Man. Carter said he beat Dunning to death with a wrench and tied Dunning s hands together after he attempted to escape the affidavit states. Dunning told detectives he stole several tools from Man trom Page i the the front of the residence of murder victim Gerald Dunning is pictured Friday off Highway 550 in Aztec. The residence and Chad Wick Mcnally stole a few Hundred dollars and Dunning s credit card. Surveillance footage obtained by detectives showed Chadwick Mcnally attempting to use the credit card at a kit Cal store at about 6 . Thursday according to tin affidavit but the card was declined. Sheriffs detective la. Kyle Lincoln said in an interview Chadwick Mcnally was arrested and declined to make a statement. Lincoln said Carter told detectives he and Chadwick Mcnally were addicted to methamphetamine. Both Carter and Chadwick Mcnally Are being held without Tiona according to Lincoln. Neither Carter nor Chadwick Mcnally have been appointed Legal representation by the courts or retained private representation according to court records. Stet Garrison coven crime and courts for the daily times. He can be reached at 505-564-4644. Put an end to his life a affidavit states. Begay survived the attack but was treated at san Juan regional medical Center for life threatening wounds Lanai from Page i water flowed slowly with occasional tree branches and aluminium cans being carried by the current. A a that a Why we flush them out to get All the debris out a he said. Saggboy continued to watch the water then waved when a resident on an at drove by. A a they re excited. They want to see if the water is coming. Farmers want water a Saggboy said. By 3 ., the water was travelling West from upper Fruitland to Nenah Nezah. Also on Friday the . Environmental Protection Agency released water Quality and sediment data for the portion of the san Juan River that flows through the Navajo nation. The of a collected surface water and sediment samples from la locations and Analysed for 24 metals including arsenic cadmium Lead and Mercury according to a press release. The release explains that concentrations of Iron and other metals in the River water peaked during the week of aug. Ioas the mine waste travelled through the reservation but have since returned to pre release conditions. Navajo nation Council Delegate Alton Joe Shepherd is sponsoring legislation to support the release of the san Juan River water to irrigate crops and water livestock. The Bill which was posted to the councils Jon Austria the daily times Shiprock irrigation supervisor Marlin Saggboy watches As water flows Friday along the Fruitland irrigation canal in upper Fruitland website thursday directs the Navajo nation division of natural resources and the Navajo nation environmental Protection Agency to assist in reopening the Fruitland Hogback and Cudei irrigation systems. It states that the councils resources and development committee is aware that not All Farmers want the irrigation canals open to their farms. Quot that being the Case the committee believes it is up to the Farmers to decide for themselves whether the irrigation water should be turned on to their farms a the Bill states. An event focusing on discussion about water Security preserving Dine water and developing solutions will be from 9 . To 2 Sunday at the Shiprock youth Complex in Shiprock. The a for the people water is life Benefit concert will follow the event at 4 At the Phil according to the affidavit. Attempted first degree murder is a second degree felony which is punishable by up to nine years in prison. In the plea agreement Russell also agreed he was a a habitual offenders under state Law meaning he will serve a mini mum of one year in prison. One count of aggravated Battery with a deadly weapon and one count of evidence tampering was dismissed As part of the plea agreement court records state. San Juan county chief Deputy District attorney Dustin o Brien said Begay was satisfied with the plea agreement. Russells attorney. Mark Curnutt did not respond to a request for comment. Sentencing is set to take place sept. 30. Steve Garrison covers crime and courts for the daily times. He can be reached at 505-564-4644. L. Thomas performing arts Center in Shiprock. Brandon Benallie one of the organizers said the Benefit concert will feature a mixture of comedy and music. Performers will include Klee Benally Radmilla Cody James Bilagody Chizz Bah Ujj Otero and Michelle Thomas with miss Navajo nation Mckeon Dempsey providing the closing prayer. Time will be provided to Community members to talk about the mine spill and its Impact Benallie said. Rather than paying for admission to both events organizers Are asking for donations of water in reusable containers or monetary donations. Donations will go to the Shiprock chapter to help families impacted by the mine spill. Noel Lyn Smith covers the Navajo nation for the daily times. She can be reached at 505-546-4636. Donate your car wheels for wishes benefiting make a wish new Mexico a free wet fax Cocup anywhere we Acop All Vba Kim Kunnig a no a Eniy ton deductible Karrh to it Ltd 4 it in Coll 505 609-8956 smolt tits for 719 Mavis it new sum Allen 8 Mumm 1819 e 20tm St a Wain in m Moos visit Ween Row tickets specials. Ano info a dolby Atmos Cau. The movie hotline 326-0000 Animas 10 Animas Valley mall hot Man a oat at la Sci 40 4 to >�?�90 Hao to 4 for a pm i i turn 1130 i so 4 90 a so How am Youm in 11 40 �10 4 40 to 40 a till 40 7004 to 700 Oso vacation to 17 70 2 40 Soo 7304 tim Mian from Iro in in 40 Ajo Sio jul 1200 30000 too to Boak in Hoo Iso 4104010 tim Arr 170023000 7 301000 110010 410 a 0010 a Nunt outta Compton Miti 3040 0000 Fixl to i 11000 4 so 71000 a hey i an Aoi in 47 11 40 7 20 400 72004 Antimano Isi 1203101000 vacation i 11 10 1404.00 0 30 00 from inf Nood nation Mo-111 12 0 3 20 00 20 Kvam Moon to 1250 3 00 7-000 contamination from the Gold King mine in southwestern Colorado was released into the Animas River and local Waterways on August 5.2015, potentially causing untold present and future damage to people and property of you believe you your family or your property has been harmed by the Gold King mine spill you May have Legal claims that entitle you to compensation for your injuries or losses. Of you Are not represented Call toll free 844-533-0202 for a consultation about your rights. This is a paid Legal advertisement by James g. Whitley Mark i. Smith and Loren Washburn tor Legal action against the Epa in connection with the Gold King mine spill. Not All attorneys represented in this and Are licensed to practice Law in new Mexico. A lawyer client relationship is not formed until we agree to take your Case. Do rail Toom Page i Money laundering charges Duran also faces counts of tampering with Public records. Conspiracy and violating the states governmental conduct act a Dianna j. Duran did use her Powers and status As a Public officer employee and office of the Secretary of state to obtain personal Benefit or pursue private interests conduct herself in a manner that did not main Tain the integrity ethics responsibilities of Public service a the complaint states. Balderas and Duran have been sparring Over Campaign finance reports for months. In february the two announced a joint task Force to study the reporting and enforcement of Campaign finance Laws. But just months later Duran accused Balderas of submitting three late Campaign finance reports during his time As state auditor. Balderas fired Back calling the allegations incorrect and saying they highlighted flaws in the states reporting process. He said at the time that he was concerned about the integrity of the data and records at the Secretary of states office. Balderas sent Duran a letter in june describing what he saw As shortcomings in the current system and suggested that legislators needed to put Teeth correction a Story that ran on Page Al of mondays paper incorrectly identified the year Ken so rum graduated from High school. Shrum graduated in 1966. The same article also misidentified the town where Ken Shrum said his brother David Shrum sold bogus insurance plans to family friends. Ken Shrum said his brother sold the plans in Oak Creek Colo. The daily times makes every Effort to publish fair and accurate information. Of you find an error please Call the editor at 505-564-4624. Back into the Campaign reporting act by reinstating mandatory fines for violations. Officials had acknowledged the previous month that they weren to Clear on How Many violations were being investigated. State Law requires that candidates reports list donations and expenditures. The Public documents Are also supposed to list the donations sources. Balderas said his office had received Only one criminal referral from the Secretary of state for a violation of the reporting Law. A review by the daily times newspaper in Farmington also showed that Duran a office collected Only 4 percent of roughly 2,000 fines imposed on candidates during the 2012 and 2014 primary and general elections. In response Duran said she had been working diligently since taking office in 2011 to address problems tied to the Campaign reporting system. 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