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School janitor arrested in grisly tale of death
    #1569714 - 05/22/03 05:23 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

http://www.abqtrib.com/archives/news03/052103_news_janitor.shtml

5-21-03
School janitor arrested in grisly tale of death
By Aubrey Hovey
Tribune Reporter

Arturo Quesada, an Albuquerque Public Schools night janitor, thought he was the butt of a Halloween prank when he was led one October night last year to a well near Las Vegas, N.M., and fished out a woman's decomposed body, documents say.

It wasn't a joke.

Today, Quesada is charged with two others in connection with the death of Denise Garduno, 20, whose body was recovered May 13 in a shallow grave near the northern New Mexico village of Anton Chico.

Quesada, 39, was arrested Monday in Santa Rosa. He has been employed as a janitor at Roosevelt Middle School in Tijeras.

Quesada is accused of helping Jonathan Urioste, 19, and Urioste's younger brother, a minor, dispose of Garduno's body, moving it from the well in the village of Dilia, 45 miles outside Las Vegas, to the grave in Anton Chico.

Urioste also was arrested Monday in Santa Rosa. He is charged with murder in the case.

Urioste's brother was already in custody at the Youth Diagnostic and Development Center in Albuquerque on unrelated charges, San Miguel County District Attorney Matthew Sandoval said. He also faces murder charges in the Garduno case.

According to an arrest warrant affidavit, Jonathan Urioste directed Las Vegas police to the body of Garduno, who had been missing since early October.

According to the affidavit, Urioste told police his younger brother "killed (Garduno) . . . with a rubber hose, then stabbed her in the chest with a knife."

Urioste told police Garduno was "going out" with Urioste's cousin when she ripped his phone monitor out of the wall, causing his cousin to go back to jail for his violation of probation, and "everybody was angry about it," the affidavit says.

The two Urioste brothers picked Garduno up, and after consuming hallucinogenic mushrooms and smoking marijuana, the two drove her to a relative's ranch, where she was tied up with oxygen tubing, stabbed and thrown into a well, the affidavit says.

Urioste told police it was about two weeks after the death when his brother woke him up with a phone call and said: "She's floating. Bring your shovel. . . I had a dream, had a dream, and I saw her floating," the affidavit says.

Urioste then met Quesada and his brother at a bar in Dilia, the affidavit says. Sandoval, the San Miguel County district attorney, said he did not know the relationship between Quesada and Urioste.

According to the affidavit, Urioste told police the three proceeded to move Garduno's body from the well.

Urioste said Quesada kept asking, "This is a joke right, a Halloween joke?," the affidavit says.

During a police interview, the affidavit says, Quesada "thought he had helped the boys get the body out of the water, but it seemed like a dream, and he wasn't sure it had happened."

Quesada told police he was an alcoholic and was drunk at the time, the affidavit says.

A knife consistent with the death was found at the bottom of the well, the affidavit says.

Urioste and Quesada are being held at the Guadalupe County Jail in Santa Rosa.

Urioste is charged with an open count of murder, two counts of tampering with evidence, two counts of conspiracy to tamper with evidence and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

His bond is set at $250,000.

Quesada is charged with tampering with evidence, conspiracy to tamper with evidence and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. His bond is set at $50,000.

APS spokesman Rigo Chavez said he did not know what, if any, action would be taken against Quesada.

"No action has been determined by the district," he said. "One of the requirements we have is to notify the employee of any action being taken. With Mr. Quesada in jail, it's hard for us to do that."



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Re: School janitor arrested in grisly tale of death [Re: motaman]
    #1570492 - 05/22/03 11:19 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

scary


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Re: School janitor arrested in grisly tale of death [Re: Hans_Moleman]
    #1570768 - 05/23/03 12:56 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

How in the world could somebody plan a murder while on mushrooms?


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Re: School janitor arrested in grisly tale of death [Re: Demiurge]
    #1572353 - 05/23/03 04:07 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

Quote:

How in the world could somebody plan a murder while on mushrooms?




A common interrigation technique is to offer the person being questioned a way to talk without making them out to be so bad. For instance, a cop might say something like, "I know you are a good guy... maybe you took some drugs... you know, smoked some weed or ate some mushrooms... they can make you do stuff you would normally never do... come on, tell me what happened..." The guy being questioned now has a way out to confess because the drugs made him do it, etc.

Chances are there were no drugs involved in the case, but if the cops get a chance to spin something they are against into the media, they will use it.


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