Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-07-21 10:23:31 –
Coverage begins Wednesday morning
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – Approximately two years after a student at Sandia High School was shot dead outside an Albuquerque house party, an opening statement is scheduled for Wednesday in a man’s trial accused of the murder. Isaia Garcia, 20 years old He is guilty of murder, weighted assault, and falsification of evidence about his role in the 2019 shooting.
Sean Marquee, 17, died in a shooting. It happened early on Sunday, September 29, 2019, outside the house on Garcia Street near Eubank and Montgomery, which was hosting a high school homecoming afterparty. According to court documents, shootings took place outside the house when a drifting bullet attacked and killed Marquee.
Prosecutors allege that the shooting took place after Garcia confronted a man who had a “long-standing grudge.” Court documents allege that the grudge arose from a 2018 case in which a man was accused of whipping one of Garcia’s friends with a pistol. Prosecutors are expected to claim that Garcia fired in the direction of the man who had the grudge, but instead the shooting struck Marquee.
Garcia’s defense lawyer is expected to partially claim that several people fired guns during the shooting that killed Marquee. In a previous court document, Marquee’s defense said, “Most of the individuals who fired the gun that night have not been identified, and ballistic evidence is linked to the bullet that killed Mr. Marquee (” Bullet) The casing cannot be identified. “
Garcia’s murder trial in Sean Marquee’s death is expected to continue for up to eight days in the Bernarillo District Court. The jury selection for this case began on Monday and continued until Tuesday.
Garcia is also associated with another murder, including a 21-year-old shooting death in October 2019. Keira Campos. The proceeding is still pending in the Bernarijo District Court, Not connected to trial Over the death of Marquee.
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