Violent Memorial Day Weekend Continues, One Dead in War Zone


May 27, 2024, 12:55 pm , , , , ,
Homicide and crime scene detectives can be seen investigating the latest ABQ metro Homicide

On Monday, May 27th, at around 11:50 AM, officers from the Albuquerque Police Department responded to a shooting near Alcazar and Marble. Upon arrival, they found an woman who had been shot.

According to an eyewitness, at least four shots were heard.

APD’s mobile crime van is en-route to this location.

We have a reporter on the scene attempting to gather more information about the incident. We will update you when we learn more.

We learned that the woman who was shot died at the scene. Reportedly, she was found inside her vehicle with multiple gunshot wounds.

Albuquerque Faces Third Homicide in Two Days and 14 Hours

This marks the third homicide within the Albuquerque metro area in the past 62 hours. The surge in violence began on May 24th, 2024, at approximately 10:15 PM. Responding to reports of a shooting near Palomas Dr. and Eastern Ave. in Southeast Albuquerque, APD officers found a male victim suffering from a gunshot wound. Despite life-saving efforts from first responders, the victim died from his injuries at the scene.

The following day, on May 25th, officers from the Southwest Area Command were dispatched to an apartment complex located at 2300 Diamond Mesa Tr. SW. There, they encountered a male victim who had died following an altercation within the complex. While on scene, we learned that a conflict occurred between a person of foot and the occupants of a vehicle. During this altercation, the man on foot was run over and killed in the complex’s parking lot. The cause of the initial dispute remains unclear. The investigation into this death has been assumed by APD homicide detectives.


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4 thoughts on “Violent Memorial Day Weekend Continues, One Dead in War Zone”
      1. Apologies, this intersection is technically at the southwestern corner of the Jerry Cline Park neighborhood. Lived here for over 20 years and for the past 2 or 3 it’s been getting progressively crazier and crazier

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