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David S. Allred

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FLDS-Church

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Employment History

English and Spanish Educator; Custom Courses for Companies

Allred Language Courses


Private Tutor

Japan Airlines Co. Ltd


Affiliations

Bonneville Kiwanis Club

Board Member


Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

Member


Education

Bachelor of Science Degree

Accounting

Southern Utah University


Web References(55 Total References)


Four Corners Free Press Official Website

fourcornersfreepress.com [cached]

David Allred, an agent for the FLDS church out of Hildale, Utah, and its neighboring town Colorado City, Ariz., has purchased two parcels of land in the Summit Lake area, outside of Mancos.
The property, according to Allred, is to be used as a "hunting retreat. According to the Cortez Journal, Allred purchased a 60-acre parcel of land at 15252 County Road 39 near Mancos last year. In October 2004, he purchased a nearby tract at 15976 CR 39 as president of the Sherwood Management Group, Inc. Both properties sold for considerably high than market value, according to the Journal. Allred paid a reported $669,000 for the first Mancos parcel on County Road 39, which adjoins public land, is zoned for agricultural use, and is valued at an estimated $400,000. He paid $725,000 for the second tract, which has an estimated market value of $200,000. The two parcels both have some existing buildings, one of which has been remodeled into a four-bedroom home. About a year ago, Allred similarly purchased another parcel of land (much larger, at 1700 acres) in Eldorado, Texas, ostensibly also for a hunting retreat. Shortly thereafter, as the compound grew to include more than 10 buildings, church leaders admitted that it was actually going to be a retreat for church leaders who want to escape the watchful eye of the law. Will the same thing happen in Mancos? So far, church officials, including Allred, have been unreachable.


Panhandle Residents Ponder Polygamist’s Move

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It didnt help that David Allred, the FLDS member who bought the 1,691-acre property on the small towns outskirts, said it would be used as a hunting preserve.


www.sltrib.com

It didn't help that David Allred, the FLDS member who bought the 1,691-acre property on the small town's outskirts, said it would be used as a hunting preserve.In late 2003, Allred also bought approximately 150 acres in the isolated area of Red Canyon, outside of Pringle.It now includes some homes, a workshop, a warehouse, garden, orchard and a few cows. Custer County Sheriff Rick Wheeler figures there are about 100 people there; as in Texas, the six school-age children are educated at home. "We just don't hear nothing out of them," he said.


Cortez Journal Online - Cortez Colorado

www.cortezjournal.com [cached]

Also in 2003, FLDS member David Allred (who is married to a daughter of Warren Jeffs, according to Winston Blackmore, the former FLDS bishop of Bountiful) bought a 60-acre parcel in the Mancos Valley, followed by another 60-acre parcel in 2004.


Four Corners Free Press Official Website

fourcornersfreepress.com [cached]

David Allred, an agent for the FLDS church out of Hildale, Utah, and its neighboring town Colorado City, Ariz., has purchased two parcels of land in the Summit Lake area, outside of Mancos.
The property, according to Allred, is to be used as a "hunting retreat. According to the Cortez Journal, Allred purchased a 60-acre parcel of land at 15252 County Road 39 near Mancos last year. In October 2004, he purchased a nearby tract at 15976 CR 39 as president of the Sherwood Management Group, Inc. Both properties sold for considerably high than market value, according to the Journal. Allred paid a reported $669,000 for the first Mancos parcel on County Road 39, which adjoins public land, is zoned for agricultural use, and is valued at an estimated $400,000. He paid $725,000 for the second tract, which has an estimated market value of $200,000. The two parcels both have some existing buildings, one of which has been remodeled into a four-bedroom home. About a year ago, Allred similarly purchased another parcel of land (much larger, at 1700 acres) in Eldorado, Texas, ostensibly also for a hunting retreat. Shortly thereafter, as the compound grew to include more than 10 buildings, church leaders admitted that it was actually going to be a retreat for church leaders who want to escape the watchful eye of the law. Will the same thing happen in Mancos? So far, church officials, including Allred, have been unreachable.


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