Steve Abeyta

Steve Abeyta Joins NCA As a Government Analyst

An off-duty construction worker went on a killing spree after his girlfriend left, killing six people – including two police officers – before shooting himself dead in Chimayo, New Mexico.

Beverly England dropped her two children off with a babysitter on June 12, 1980, telling the babysitter she planned to meet Mitzy Abeyta for lunch in a doughnut shop. Later she confided to a family friend that she intended to end their affair.

Early Life and Education

Abeyta is currently pursuing his doctoral studies at Northeastern University’s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. His research includes sexual exploitation among indigenous women living in the US; qualitative research on intimate partner abuse; as well as serving as research assistant for Dr. Joanne Belknap by coding police cases of intimate partner violence.

Abeyta was born in To’hajiilee, an isolated section of the Navajo Nation. His family have built up an excellent reputation as artists through works in oil, acrylic and silversmithing.

Beverly England disappeared on June 12, 1980 after telling her babysitter she would meet Abeyta one-on-one. Her car was later discovered at Riverside Park; and later her body was located near Mount Shavano in a ravine.

Professional Career

Steve Abeyta brings over 17 years of experience to NCA’s growing team of professionals, serving roles such as sales, quoting/estimating/supply chain management/quality control. He brings invaluable skills that have made him an asset at NCA.

Abeyta has led UC Davis women’s basketball to unrivaled heights over recent seasons, reaching unprecedented WNIT “Sweet 16” and Elite Eight status in 2017. Abeyta recruits high-character players who exemplify Aggie Pride while placing team over themselves.

He applies his extensive training and leadership experiences to create positive changes in others’ lives. Currently he provides interactive and engaging training through Los Rios Government Training Academy.

Personal Life

Steve Abeyta now applies his experience as both a government analyst and college instructor to train through the Los Rios Government Training Academy, in addition to teaching English composition and critical thinking at community college campuses.

Beverly England left her children in the care of a babysitter on her departure for meeting Mitzy Abeyta one-on-one; however, she never returned and her car was later discovered abandoned with purse and shoes still inside it.

In 2015, bones believed to belong to someone from England were discovered in the Mount Shavano area of Colorado and identified through DNA testing. Although no official closure has been reached yet in this cold case investigation, any donations you can make towards helping with medical and ambulance costs would greatly be appreciated; please visit their GoFundMe page for more details.

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