Police: Men shot by officers in New Mexico were holding guns
Added 11-26-20 12:03:01pm EST - “Authorities in New Mexico have announced that the two men who were shot by police in separate incidents within four days of each other last month were each holding a gun when they died.” - Washingtontimes.com
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Authorities in New Mexico have announced that the two men who were shot by police in separate incidents within four days of each other last month were each holding a gun when they died.
Albuquerque Police Lt. Hollie Anderson of the Violent Crimes Division released details on the fatal shooting of Matthew Montoya, 52, in a neighborhood driveway on Oct. 12 and the shooting of Jason Edward Galliart at a motel on Oct. 16, The Albuquerque Journal reported.
Police say the first shooting began after Montoya allegedly shot his ex-wife and the mother of his 8-year-old daughter as she was leaving Mass at a chapel in Albuquerque around 8:45 a.m.
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Eva Montoya, 50, had previously said she was afraid he was going to kill her and filed a restraining order against him last year. But court documents show in August that the two agreed to dismiss the restraining order and worked out a custody agreement.
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