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Man confesses to bizarre murder case – Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-08-30 21:35:17 –

Marcus Montoya, the 8th District Attorney, is nearing the end of the murder in the suburbs of Taos.

“All the facts around us are incredibly concerned. Fortunately, we’re happy to report that there is one less violent offender on the street,” said Montoya.

Alam Montoya was indignant at the murder. Now his former girlfriend Desiree Lenesgrav is on trial.

It all started after a domestic conflict between Alam and Lene’s Grab.

“He pleaed a life imprisonment for a first-class murder,” Montoya said.

“Help me through his own volunteers. He actually took us to what looks like a shallow graveyard in Miranda Canyon,” said Jerry Hogref, Sheriff of Taos County.

New Mexican police said Montoya and Lenneth Grab had abandoned the upper half of Joseph Morgus’s head. They then dumped some evidence into the Rio Grande, including the shovel used to fill the Rio Grande.

Later, lawmakers found a decapitated Morgus burial body.

Montoya said it was all Lenneth Grab’s idea. It’s revenge for making fun of Lenneth Grab and threatening to report her to CYFD to get the state to take the children away.

“Mr. Montoya was responsible and willing to take responsibility, but I’m glad he did. We still have a lot of hard work to move the issue of Lene’s Grab forward. I take it very seriously, “said Montoya.

Alam will live more than 21 years and Montoya will call him to the stand to testify at the Lene’s Grab trial next month.

“Whatever it was, it was too heavy for him to hold,” Montoya said.



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