Navajo weaver killed a day before divorce was final
Authorities in three states are searching for the husband of Anita Tsosie, an award-winning Navajo weaver who was found dead in her home a day before the couple's divorce was final.

Tsosie, 48, was found shot to death in her home in Cortez, Colorado on Monday. She had taken out a temporary restraining order against Herman Tsosie, whose age has been reported at 53 and 54.

Authorities say Herman Tsosie may be driving a 1995 white Ford F350 four-door crew-cab truck with silver stripes. Cortez is located in the Four Corners area, and the search is focusing on Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona.

Get the Story:
Famed weaver slain, husband is sought (The Denver Rocky Mountain News 4/12)
Husband sought in slaying of honored Navajo weaver (The Denver Post 4/12)

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Southwestern Association for American Indian Arts -

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