Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on July 7, 1976 · Page 30
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 30

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, July 7, 1976
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July 7, 1976 B-5 The Arizona Republic 2 plead guilty in drug case By BILL BRENNAN PARKER - Two California men pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of possession of marijuana and were confined to the Yuma County jail until California law enforcement officers investigate a shooting incident allegedly involving the two. James C'onriquez Jr., 20. Orange, Calif., and James Miller. 19, Anaheim, Calif., his brother In law, pleaded guilty in city magistrate's court here and were fined $110 each. In lieu of paying the fine the men are serving time in the jail, officers said. Sgt. Howard Johnson of the San Bernardino, Calif., sheriff's department said his county had placed an order to hold I h e two men pending investigation of the shooting incident. Johnson said Richard Dean Stokes, 2 7, JSun- nymeade, Calif., is recovering from stomach surgery in Palo Verde Hospital in Blythe, Calif., as a result of the shooting. The bullet was not removed because it is too close to Stokes' spine, Johnson said. Two groups—one primarily Mexican-American and one a cycle group- had an argument Monday at Empire Landing, Calif., Johnson said. The area is a federal park on the Colorado River 10 miles north of here where both groups were camping, he said. The Mexican-American group left and then returned to the park and shooting then began, with what witnesses said was at least one handgun, Johnson said. Witnesses could not say how many shots were fired because of fireworks exploding simultaneously along the river, he added. Sgt. Johnson said Parker policeman Tom France, and other local officers, captured t h e Mexican-American group near Parker Monday night. Johnson was not sure what charges, if any, would be brought against Conriquez and Miller. He also said the cyclists had been moved out of Black Meadow Landing resort on Lake Havasu July 4 because they were creating a disturbance. Guilty plea expected in dope case Richard "Dandy" Curran of Paradise Valley is expected to plead guilty July 23 in New Mexico District Court to a felony charge of possession of more than eight ounces of marijuana, an Albuquerque prosecutor said Tuesday. The charges stem from Curran's Jan. 30 arrest in Albuquerque aboard an Arntrak train bound for Chicago. Curran was originally scheduled to enter the plea this week before Judge James Maloney, but the court's heavy workload forced postponement, according to James Blackmer, assistant attorney general for New Mexico. Curran, 22, 6740 Stallion Road, is the son of Richard P. Curran, who was president of the defunct Cochise College Park Inc., a fraud- ridden land - development firm set up by associates of land promoter Ned Warren Sr., and Jacque Mercer Curran, a former Miss Arizona and Miss America. DYNAMIC ORATOR RICHMOND, Va. 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