Albuquerque, New Mexico 2020-10-16 21:14:16 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE)-A man in Navajo pleaded guilty to manslaughter and firing firearms during a violent crime in India in federal court in Albuquerque on Friday. The incident happened in Navajo Nation.
According to a judicial transaction, 22-year-old Joshua Gutierrez woke up in a quarrel in the house on March 29, while visiting his girlfriend and father’s house. Gutierrez armed with a pistol and headed for the room where the debate was taking place.
Gutierrez overtook one of the men in the discussion, who, according to Gutierrez, swung towards him. Gutierrez then shot the man in his chest. Gutierrez then pointed his guns at the other two and threatened to shoot them if they didn’t leave, officials said.
Gutierrez is currently in custody until a ruling is issued. He faced 12 years in prison under the terms of a judicial transaction.
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