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Author Topic: Amber Leeanne Dubois, 14yr, Last seen 02/13/09 #1 1/20/09 - 1/15/10  (Read 455890 times)
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« Reply #780 on: May 28, 2009, 03:47:27 PM »

there are also some specific gangs located within some of the rez's.  We need to find out where they hang out, and go plaster amber's flyer all over where they are. 
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« Reply #781 on: May 28, 2009, 04:06:03 PM »

some very good ideas. I think you are correct.
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« Reply #782 on: May 29, 2009, 01:37:30 AM »

I have hit a moment of frustration..
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« Reply #783 on: May 29, 2009, 03:12:50 AM »

Inaja - Cosmit Band of Indians  
1040 East Valley Parkway
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 747-8581

LANGUAGE - ETHNOLOGY  ...   Hey, everyone speaks it..
Kumeyaay (Diegueño)

ACREAGE  846 
 
POPULATION
(none on reservation

What kind of tax scam is this ???  Monkey Devil!

Anyways ..
I know there is a good reason why this tribe has its own "nation" and no local law effects them ?
What happened to all the members ?

Back to research,     ::MonkeyWink::
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« Reply #784 on: May 29, 2009, 03:22:34 AM »



The La Jolla Indian Reservation was est. in 1875, over 130 years ago by executive order ofthe president of the United States Ulysses S. Grant. However we have existed here for thousands of years. This reservation consists of 9,998 acres of Federal Land and around 702 enrolled Tribal Members. Much of the land is undisturbed and is located at the foothills of Palomar Mountain. A semi-wilderness Reservation with the San Luis Rey River running through it, that is also fed by natural springs.

The majority of the landscape consists of Oak trees, abundant wild flowers, sage and other indigenous plants. The Oak trees produced one of our major foods that help sustain our way of life. (One of our dishes made from the Acorn we call wii wish). Among other roots, berries, seeds, small and large game, such as rabbit, deer and wood rats. Please help in the care and respect of our Reservation.

Currently, the La Jolla Indian Reservation is a federal reservation of Luiseño Indians in Northern San Diego County, along the southern slopes of Mount Palomar, near the community of Valley Center. Tribal government consists of a five member Tribal Council, with a Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer, and a Council Member.
 
 
La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians
Campground Phone: 760.742.1297
Admin Phone: 760.742.3790
Fax: 760.742.1704
Address: 22000 Hwy 76
PaumaValley, CA 92061

 
 
http://www.lajollaindians.com/contact/
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« Reply #785 on: May 29, 2009, 03:28:08 AM »

San Diego County has more Indian reservations than any other county in the United States. However, the reservations are very small, with total land holdings of just over 124,000 acres, or about 193 square miles of the 4,205 square miles in San Diego County (reservation acerage source from the San Diego County Tax Assessor).  Of the 20,000 Native Americans who make up the 4 tribal groups that live in San Diego County, only a small percentage live on reservation land.
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« Reply #786 on: May 29, 2009, 03:41:31 AM »

San Pasqual Band of Indians
P.O. Box 365
Valley Center, CA 92082
(760) 749-3200
http://www.sanpasqualindians.org/

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12 miles from Escondido, adjoining the community of Valley Center and on Highway S-6.

 
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« Reply #787 on: May 29, 2009, 03:53:54 AM »

Convicted tribal members fined, banned from reservation
Joe Nelson, Staff Writer

SAN MANUEL INDIAN RESERVATION - In an unprecedented move, San Manuel Chairman James Ramos has announced his tribe’s decision to fine two convicted tribal members linked to a murder conspiracy and ban them from the reservation.

Decisions made by the tribal council, composed of all tribal members over age 21, typically remain private matters within the tribe and are never made public.

Ramos said the tribal council’s Dec. 13 decision to ban Stacy Barajas-Nunez 26, and her brother, Erik Barajas, 36, from the reservation and fine them a “considerable” amount of money for disorderly conduct speaks volumes to the tribe’s position of holding its members accountable for errant behavior.

“This isn’t just lip service. This is action in force,” Ramos said. “We’re actually taking action, and showing through action, with overwhelming support, to impose fines and bans on our own tribal members.”

Ramos wouldn’t disclose how much the Barajases were fined or how long they will be banned from the reservation. He did say the tribe is enforcing its decision, and working with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department and the District Attorney’s Office to ensure that the Barajases remain in compliance.

Erik Barajas’ San Bernardino attorney, Chuck Nascin, declined to comment Friday.

Barajas-Nunez’s attorney, Albert Perez Jr., didn’t return phone calls seeking comment.

San Bernardino police and agents from the federal Drug Enforcement Administration arrested the siblings in December 2006 during a joint investigation into the Mexican Mafia’s methamphetamine rackets in the San Bernardino area. Authorities learned during that investigation of a conspiracy hatched by the Barajases and several others, including two high ranking members of the Mexican Mafia, to kill Leonard Epps.

The murder conspiracy stemmed from an altercation Erik Barajas had with Epps at the now closed Brass Key bar in Highland. Epps, who remains in hiding, was the former manager of the bar.

On Nov. 6, the Barajases were sentenced to five years probation for their roles in the murder conspiracy. Judge Michael Dest told the pair their sentences were not light ones, and they could face “double digit” prison time if they violated the terms of their probation.

Two weeks after her sentencing, sheriff’s deputies arrested Barajas-Nunez for trespassing at San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino. The tribe had previously ordered her to stay away from the casino.

Deputy District Attorney Douglas Poston says that’s a violation of probation. One of the conditions of Barajas-Nunez’s probation was to not break any laws.

Barajas-Nunez remains in custody, without bail, at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. A probation revocation hearing is scheduled for Jan. 23.

In his petition for probation revocation, filed Nov. 24 in San Bernardino Superior Court, Poston argues that Barajas-Nunez broke the law and violated the terms of her probation by trespassing and not having in her possession a copy of her terms of probation.

Barajas-Nunez is facing up to 20 years in prison, Poston said.

http://www.kumeyaay.com/2009/01/convicted-tribal-members-fined-banned-from-reservation/

wow fined and kicked out..sounds like the county and federal courts still prosecute offenders, lightly
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« Reply #788 on: May 29, 2009, 12:16:57 PM »

Convicted tribal members fined, banned from reservation
Joe Nelson, Staff Writer

SAN MANUEL INDIAN RESERVATION - In an unprecedented move, San Manuel Chairman James Ramos has announced his tribe’s decision to fine two convicted tribal members linked to a murder conspiracy and ban them from the reservation.

Decisions made by the tribal council, composed of all tribal members over age 21, typically remain private matters within the tribe and are never made public.

Ramos said the tribal council’s Dec. 13 decision to ban Stacy Barajas-Nunez 26, and her brother, Erik Barajas, 36, from the reservation and fine them a “considerable” amount of money for disorderly conduct speaks volumes to the tribe’s position of holding its members accountable for errant behavior.

“This isn’t just lip service. This is action in force,” Ramos said. “We’re actually taking action, and showing through action, with overwhelming support, to impose fines and bans on our own tribal members.”

Ramos wouldn’t disclose how much the Barajases were fined or how long they will be banned from the reservation. He did say the tribe is enforcing its decision, and working with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department and the District Attorney’s Office to ensure that the Barajases remain in compliance.

Erik Barajas’ San Bernardino attorney, Chuck Nascin, declined to comment Friday.

Barajas-Nunez’s attorney, Albert Perez Jr., didn’t return phone calls seeking comment.

San Bernardino police and agents from the federal Drug Enforcement Administration arrested the siblings in December 2006 during a joint investigation into the Mexican Mafia’s methamphetamine rackets in the San Bernardino area. Authorities learned during that investigation of a conspiracy hatched by the Barajases and several others, including two high ranking members of the Mexican Mafia, to kill Leonard Epps.

The murder conspiracy stemmed from an altercation Erik Barajas had with Epps at the now closed Brass Key bar in Highland. Epps, who remains in hiding, was the former manager of the bar.

On Nov. 6, the Barajases were sentenced to five years probation for their roles in the murder conspiracy. Judge Michael Dest told the pair their sentences were not light ones, and they could face “double digit” prison time if they violated the terms of their probation.

Two weeks after her sentencing, sheriff’s deputies arrested Barajas-Nunez for trespassing at San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino. The tribe had previously ordered her to stay away from the casino.

Deputy District Attorney Douglas Poston says that’s a violation of probation. One of the conditions of Barajas-Nunez’s probation was to not break any laws.

Barajas-Nunez remains in custody, without bail, at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. A probation revocation hearing is scheduled for Jan. 23.

In his petition for probation revocation, filed Nov. 24 in San Bernardino Superior Court, Poston argues that Barajas-Nunez broke the law and violated the terms of her probation by trespassing and not having in her possession a copy of her terms of probation.

Barajas-Nunez is facing up to 20 years in prison, Poston said.

http://www.kumeyaay.com/2009/01/convicted-tribal-members-fined-banned-from-reservation/

wow fined and kicked out..sounds like the county and federal courts still prosecute offenders, lightly

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« Reply #789 on: May 29, 2009, 05:14:34 PM »

One local resident claimed the moroon pick up was common to local Gardners.
Is there a landscape maintenence company that has a fleet of Maroon pick ups ?


Edward when I was doing the cell tower maps there was a odd looking complex on one of the satellite laps .  When I zoomed in it was a nursery.  Straight up the highway close to the At&T tower.  I will see if I can dig it out again.

 NR  were you ever able to figure out which tower the ping came from or are you still having to use the general data from the zip codes?

Not able to pin it down as I do not have enough information and there are many unregistered towers in that area.  It literally could be any one of them with the information I know.

If I were to guess my guess would be the At&t Tower at 2691 Mesa Rock Road.  If someone from the family can find out where the north tower is that the last ping came from, or from the cell carrier whose towers they lease bandwith from in the area that would be of great help.  The coverage from that AT &T tower is two miles baring terrain.  I have done a quick map showing the coverage from that tower.  Now going back to the truck possibly for landscaping, Escondido Nurseries falls within the coverage areas.   Do they use maroon trucks or use contractors that may have one?

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« Reply #790 on: May 29, 2009, 05:22:51 PM »

Plant World is in that area as well.

Plant World Nursery Inc
26334 Mesa Rock Rd
Escondido, CA
P: 760-741-2144
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« Reply #791 on: May 29, 2009, 05:32:52 PM »

Tropic World Nursery fits as well

Tropic World Nursery
26437 N Centre City Pkwy
Escondido, CA, US
P: 760-746-6108
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« Reply #792 on: May 29, 2009, 05:37:06 PM »

Fountains Plus Garden Centre all falls with the area
26746 Mountain Meadow Rd
Escondido, CA
760-751-0333
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« Reply #793 on: May 30, 2009, 12:37:00 AM »

Good to see somebody from the area..


I do hope a moderator will come along and clean up this thread and keep it only about Amber.

Patricia Bernal has returned home.  Posts moved to her thread:

http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=5263.0
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« Reply #794 on: May 30, 2009, 11:50:24 AM »

The attempt to log in on the phone the next day is still the best lead.. everything beyond that is just theory and possibilities.
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« Reply #795 on: May 30, 2009, 11:54:06 AM »

I hope LE has more.
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« Reply #796 on: May 30, 2009, 01:22:23 PM »

<object id="967" classid="clsid:d27cdb6e-ae6d-11cf-96b8-444553540000" codebase="http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=8,0,0,0" height="394" width="448"><param value="always" name="allowscriptaccess" /><param name="movie" value="http://www.nbcsandiego.com/syndication?id=45525777&path=%2Fnews%2Flocal"/><embed src="http://www.nbcsandiego.com/syndication?id=45525777&path=%2Fnews%2Flocal"  type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" wmode="transparent" allowfullscreen="true" height="394" width="448"></embed><p style="font-size:small">View more news videos at: <a href="http://www.nbcsandiego.com/video">http://www.nbcsandiego.com/video</a>.</p></object>

This video shows a very clear image of the walmart pedofile.
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« Reply #797 on: May 30, 2009, 01:29:32 PM »

sorry about that link disaster..



The Department of Justice has determined that 2,185 children are reported missing every day, she said. Nearly 203,900 children are abducted by family members every year and 115 children are victims of stranger kidnappings each year.

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« Reply #798 on: May 30, 2009, 01:33:52 PM »

Here is where that video is located of the pedofile walking around in walmart.

  http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Two-Cases-Two-Red-Trucks.html
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« Reply #799 on: May 30, 2009, 10:26:16 PM »

do we know which two neighbors said they saw amber walking to school that day?
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