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From: Info <email@example.com>
To: noelle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mar 09’10 4:05pm
Subject: Re: How do i request official records?
The only information I have is as follows:
Walter Garcia #7773 (DOB 11/17/35)
ON 8/19/55, WALTER GARCIA WAS DRINKING WITH THE VICTIM IN A LOCAL BAR IN ELKO, NEVADA. THE VICTIM, WHO HAD BEEN DRINKING HEAVILY, BECAME QUITE BELLIGERENT. WHEN GARCIA ATTEMPTED TO LEAVE THE AREA, THE VICTIM GOT INTO HIS CAR AND REFUSED TO LEAVE. GARCIA DROVE THE VICTIM TO THE CITY DUMP AND FORCED HIM OUT OF THE CAR. WHEN THE VICTIM TRIED TO THE VEHICLE, GARCIA REACHED INTO THE BACK SEAT, OBTAINING A 30-30 RIFLE, AND SHOT THE VICTIM IN THE HEAD, KILLING HIM INSTANTLY.
>>>”noelle” <email@example.com> 3/8/2010 8:39pm>>>
I am trying to find out some information on my deceased father. I would just like to find out why he was incarcerated and for how long. How do i go about ordering official records from NDOC?
My father’s info:
Walter Ernest Garcia
Birth Date: 11/171935
Offender ID: # 7773
Noelle Garcia is a multimedia artist grappling with ideas of identity, family relationships and the American Indian experience. In addition to traditional painting, she works in fiber media including bead work, soft sculpture and basketry. Born in Reno, Nevada she now resides and works in the Chicago area. Garcia earned her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Painting & Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her Master’s of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing from the University of Nevada Las Vegas.
Garcia has received various awards such as the American Indian Graduate Center Elizabeth Furbur Fellowship, the Emilie Hesmeyer Memorial Award and the Barna Memorial Award. She has participated in fellowships at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and recently been awarded a residency at the ACRE summer artist residency. Noelle has exhibited in various solo and group exhibitions in the US.
Ordinary Projects is an exhibition space and curatorial project that leverages the success of Industry of the Ordinary to create a highly visible platform for performance, installation and other non-traditional media works.
ACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions) is a volunteer-run non-profit based in Chicago devoted to employing various systems of support for emerging artists and to creating a generative community of cultural producers. ACRE investigates and institutes models designed to help artists develop, present, and discuss their practices by providing forums for idea exchange, interdisciplinary collaboration, and experimental projects.