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Albuquerque: Dashcam Footage Of The Fatal Shooting Of Dustin Brian Montano



ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The man who Albuquerque Police Department considered a person of interest in a double homicide died Friday after a deputy-involved shooting in Colorado, according to law enforcement officials in Albuquerque and Colorado. Deputies wounded Dustin Brian Montano after they say they found him in a Fort Morgan Walmart parking lot and he made a threatening gesture when they approached him. Montano died while hospitalized. APD called Montano a person of interest after officers found 53-year-old Deborah Martinez and her 17-year-old daughter, Irisa Montano, stabbed to death at the Mesa Ridge Apartments on the 3500 block of Atrisco Drive NW. Source

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