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Mon Apr 5, 2021, 03:05 AM

Eight is Enough

City drops charges against one of the obelisk defendants after community service, leaving eight cases still active

SANTA FE -- And then there were eight. One of the nine people charged in relation to the destruction of the Plaza obelisk on Indigenous Peoples Day 2020 won't have to go to trial after prosecutors dismissed his misdemeanor charges in Municipal Court on Monday.

Sean Sunderland, 24, completed 40 hours of community service chosen from the Municipal Court's approved list of community organizations, according to his lawyer, Kitren Fischer.

The Santa Fe Police Department bungled his case twice—SFPD Officer Jesse Campbell didn't appear for a hearing, resulting in its dismissal. Judge Donita Sena then put it back on the docket when it could not be determined whether the Santa Fe County Magistrate Court had properly notified Campbell of the hearing date.

The second issue arose in late January after Campbell failed to file a witness list on time and didn't respond to a motion seeking exclusion of witness testimony. Sena then ruled that no witness testimony would be allowed as a result.

Read more: https://www.sfreporter.com/news/2021/03/31/eight-is-enough/

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