Police seek help in finding Navajo woman

WINDOW ROCK, November 8, 2012

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W INDOW ROCK – Tucson police are asking for the public's assistance in locating a Navajo woman who has been missing for more than a month.

Police said Victoria Delgado was last seen in northeast Tucson on September 5. She is described as being 5-foot-4, weighing 110 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone seeing her is asked to contact the Tucson Police Department at 520-791-5159 or call the family at 505-870-8466.

Two sentenced for robbery

Corbert Goldtooth, 41, and Myron Tsosie, 38, both of Fort Defiance, were sentenced last week to prison terms for robbery.

Goldtooth was sentenced to serve 115 months in prison and Tsosie was sentenced to serve 78 months in prison. Goldtooth and Tsosie were found guilty by a federal jury on April 20, of two counts of robbery.

On July 31, 2011, Goldtooth, Tsosie, and another man approached two young men who were seated on a curb outside of a gas station in Fort Defiance. The two claimed to be "Cobras," a local gang. The defendants surrounded the two young men.

Each defendant brandished a weapon throughout the robbery: a large knife with jagged teeth, a pocketknife, and a baseball bat. Defendants took personal property from the victims and shortly thereafter were arrested by Navajo police officers.

Mother accidently runs over son

Police were called to Paradise Lane in Thoreau on Oct. 31 because of a report of a woman accidently running over her son.

When police arrived at the scene, they found Irene Pinto holding her three-year-old son in her lap. He was unresponsive but breathing. Police said shortly after they arrived, he stopped breathing.

Pinto told police that she accidently drove over her son.

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