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Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Roswell, New Mexico Vol. 114. A. 488 78# Daffy / Suzel the voice of the Pecos Valley victim sues reckless Driver for 108 mph crash by Jamo tuck multimedia journalist he was charged with felony reckless endangerment and several traffic infractions after police allege Jonathan a Goffio sped through an intersection at Over too mph january 6 in North Roswell. While those charges Are working their Way through the Eckert system Caraveo is also facing a Chil suit flied by the woman he allegedly hit at Mescalero and main streets. Kira Shannon and her attorney want a six person jury to deckle How much Caraveo and a family owned business should pay in damages. According to court records. Amp to is charged with three counts of reckless endangerment third degree felonies and several traffic infractions according to court documents. The civil complaint for personal injury claims Caraveo was travelling North on main Street in a Toyota Tacoma pickup owned by an Artesia restaurant and travelled through the intersection of Mescalero Road at an estimated 108 mph. He collided with Shannon a Toyota canny at an Impact so hard it sent her car sliding almost a half Block before hitting a tree at the North Entrance to a nearby strip mall that houses a hair Salon and a subway restaurant. A White Chevrolet Tahoe was also hit three defendants Are named in the suit Jonathan Caraveo Felipe Caraveo and burritos y salsas. A unbeknownst to is. Shannon and the other vehicle she was following defendant Jonathan Caraveo while operating the burritos y salsas vehicle North at an extreme rate of Speed exceeding too mph was approaching the intersection and would not Stop Quot the complaint states. The plans Valley online news reported the pickup was originally reported at 12 46 . Speeding and driving erratically North on main Street near Brasher Road in South Roswell about four Miles South of where the crash occurred about four minutes later in North Roswell. Calls from motorists a in .1 May i. Al inf n Jmel to comfy Torl rut flow Crim scans taps surrounds the demolish so Toyota canny of Kha Shannon who was seriously injured when Jonathan Caraveo allegedly collided with her after running a Rad Light while travelling 108 mph. He we travelling northbound on main Street at Mescalero Road. Reported the pickup driving in the lanes of oncoming traffic at times As it continued to Speed North. Police had not yet been Able to locate the pickup before the crash occurred. The complaint explains that new Mexico has Laws to protect motorists and ensure Safe operation by Drivers. A Ems. Shannon was intended to be protected by such see lawsuit Page a j boys heroism recognized by City above Roswell fire chief Devin Graham presents awards for heroism to 6-year-old Joseph Romero left and 8-year-old Nathaniel Aguilar at thursday night s City Council meeting. The local boys Are credited with saving the life of 3-year-old Leah Romero on june 8. Leah Josephus sister and Nathaniel s Cousin was playing in the Pool at the family a Home when she went underwater and became unconscious. Nathaniel and Joseph made sure Leah was pulled from the water. Lash was found by Roswell fire department emergency medical personnel walking around and crying. She did not suffer any injuries or complications. Red emergency medical services division chief Erie Mann said the boys Quick actions saved Leah a life. No tax and Revenue Secretary named As subject of investigation Santa fear a the head of the new Mexico taxation and Revenue department was identified Friday As the subject of an investigation into potential criminal activity. State auditor Tim Keller had forwarded allegations of wrongdoing by top department officials to state prosecutors thursday but he did no to identify anyone. In a letter to gov. Susana Martinez Keller named department Secretary Demesia Padilla saying an Anonymous tipster alleged that she might have improperly influenced a tax audit of a former client. The letter was released to the associated press and other Media Friday following a Public records request. Taxation and Revenue spokesman Ben Cloutier said Friday that he had no comment beyond a statement he issued thursday dismissing the claims As unsubstantiated and driven by disgruntled former employees. Martinez spokesman Chris Sanchez said the Republican governor questions the political intent of the democratic state auditor but takes any allegations of misconduct seriously. Quot Given that the highly partisan state auditor has a history of playing fast and Loose with the facts in order to see his name in the paper its important that we get All the facts first a something that the state Audi tor has failed to provide a Sanchez said. Keller a office has said there a nothing partisan about the findings from an Independent forensic and investigative accounting firm hired to look further into the allegations raised in february. The firm listened to hours of audio recordings and reported Back to the auditors office in late june saying further investigation is warranted Keller said. He outlined a handful of claims. Including that Padilla might have violated professional standards set for certified Public accountants that she helped a former client to protect herself from liability and that she influenced or pressured tax employees to help Benefit her former client. In the letter Keller asks Martinez to address any retaliation against tax employees. He said he also would consider a special audit to determine any impacts to new Mexico taxpayers. Quot the fair and impartial administration of state tax Laws is of utmost importance and the report s conclusions regarding whether the Secretary or her staff May have intervened in a tax audit on behalf of a former client potentially resulting in the loss of Revenue for the state is deeply troubling Quot Keller wrote in the letter. Pit today a forecast High 91 Low 66 there Are no obituaries for today july 11, 2015. False Campaign and ban gets lifted by Jeff Tucker record staff writer the Roswell City Council approved an ordinance thursday night that repeals a provision in municipal Law prohibiting false Campaign advertising. The new ordinance also requires candidates for City offices to More timely disclose Campaign contributions. City attorney William Zarr said the City sold ordinance that prohibited a false fraudulent or libellous a Campaign materials in newspapers broadcasts handbills letters or similar written materials was unconstitutional. See lifted Page a2 Doh sued for release of ids of pot producers Albuquerque a Law by keeping secret the a the new Mexico foundation for open government and a freelance journalist have sued the state department of health saying the Agency is violating the state s Public records names of licensed medical marijuana producers. The lawsuit flied in state District court by the foundation and journalist Peter see Doh Page a2 Index classifieds. .b7 general. .a2 opinion. .a4 Cowes. Entertainment. Financial. .b6 .a8 .b5 horoscopes. Lotteries. As .a2 sports weather. By .a8

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