Bar, bartender cited over DUI death of Pueblo man
New Mexico state police issued administrative citations against a defunct bar and a bartender for serving a man who is accused in the drunk-driving death of William Tenorio of San Felipe Pueblo

Carlos Fierro, a Washington, D.C, attorney and former Congressional staffer who has worked on Indian issues, visited the former WilLee's Blues Club before allegedly hitting and killing Tenorio on November 26, 2008. Police say Fierro and a companion were already intoxicated when they were served more liquor.

Fierro has been charged with vehicular homicide and causing an accident involving death. He wants his trial moved to another county, citing media coverage of the incident.

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Bar, server cited in Fierro case (The Santa Fe New Mexican 4/9)

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