Las Cruces Woman Charged With Running Over And Killing Boyfriend

Jun 12, 2013

  Las Cruces Police have arrested a woman suspected of running over and killing her boyfriend during a dispute early Wednesday morning.

Annette Larson Fuschini, 38, has been charged with an open count of murder and aggravated driving while intoxicated.

Fuschini’s boyfriend, Carlos Nevarez Jr., was transported to Mountain View Regional Medical Center where he was subsequently pronounced dead. Nevarez, born June 12, 1971, had just turned 42 today.

Shortly after midnight Las Cruces Police were dispatched to 2935 N. Main St. where officers found Nevarez on the side of the roadway unresponsive and with multiple injuries. A noticeably intoxicated Fuschini was attempting to revive Nevarez but was relieved by the first-responding officer.

Detectives learned that Fuschini and Nevarez were at a friend’s home Tuesday evening and consuming alcohol. At some point during the evening Fuschini and Nevarez began arguing and, at around midnight, they left together with Fuschini driving her white 2008 Chevrolet pickup westbound on Main Street.

LCPD detectives determined that the couple continued arguing and on the 2900 block of north Main Street Nevarez exited the pickup and began walking away. Witnesses told detectives that Fuschini then ran over Nevarez and continued driving a short distance before walking back to check her boyfriend.

Fuschini was booked into the Dona Ana County Detention Center without bond.