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Colorado prosecutors drop sexual assault charges against New Mexico filmmaker

FARMINGTON, N.M. — Sexual assault and false imprisonment charges against a New Mexico filmmaker have been dropped. The Daily Times of Farmington, N.M., reports Colorado prosecutors decided not to pursue a sexual assault charge against Kody Dayish because authorities didn’t think they’d get a conviction. And a misdemeanor count of false imprisonment also was dismissed during a July 10 hearing. But Dayish was sentenced on a class one misdemeanor count of telephone obstruction during the hearing in front of La Plata County Judge Dondi Osborne in Durango. Related Articles Brighton juvenile detention center counselor accused of sexually assaulting young inmate for years Repeat child sex offender exposed by vigilante Facebook group, arrested in Greeley Boulder rapist back in Colorado after alleged parole violations in California Massage therapist accused of sexually assaulting woman in Longmont set for December trial Longmont man sentenced to prison in sexual-assault case Dayish, of Shiprock, N.M., is shooting a film about the Navajo Code Talkers of WWII. The film will be shot entirely on the Navajo Nation and will feature mostly Navajo actors.


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