Wednesday, September 7, 2016


Disenrollments at Pala, led by their chairman Robert Smith.......related to MURDERS.  Interesting that San Diego Sheriff's came to my site this morning, most likely checking to see if the news had gotten out, before the Union Tribune posted the story this afternoon.

Two people were arrested Wednesday in connection with the March 2 shooting death of a man on the Pala Indian Reservation, authorities said.

Bradley Trujillo, 44, a PALA tribal member who was disenrolled, was found dead inside the garage of a home on Robles Way that was occupied by Anthony Boles and Tyann Louise Allen. Both were arrested at the time. However, charges were not filed and both were released.  They falsely claimed they didn't know Trujillo.

Over the next several months homicide detectives and crime analysts worked to develop new leads and collect additional evidence, leading to arrests warrants for Boles and Allen, sheriff’s homicide Lt. Kenn Nelson said.

Wednesday morning members of the San Diego County Fugitive Task Force found Boles and Allen at a hotel in Temecula.

Allen was booked into the Las Colinas Detention Facility on a single count of murder. Boles was booked into the Vista Detention Facility on a single count of being an accessory after the fact.

Nelson confirmed Boles is the same man who was involved nine years ago in a horrific fatal traffic collision along state Route 76 just east of the reservation that killed four people.

Crime has rocked the Pala Reservation, including the Chairman's daughter, arrested on weapons charges.
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