ערכתי לאחרונה בתאריך 06.06.13 בשעה 23:16 בברכה, ShinigA
גבר בן 26 מניו מקסיקו מואשם בכך שדקר את אמא שלו ועוד אדם נוסף, אבל זה לא הסוף... אחרי המעשה הוא הכניס אותם לתא המטען ברכבו, נסע לגשר באיזור והשליך את אמא שלו מהגשר. המניע: הבחור היה בטוח שאמא שלו היא בעצם שיבוט
Martin Montano, 26, faces numerous felony charges related to his alleged beating and stabbing of his mother and another man on Monday.
Martin Montano, the man accused of stabbing and beating his mother and another man and dumping the woman into the Rio Grande off the Central Avenue Bridge yesterday, has been booked into the Metropolitan Detention Center.
According to the West Side jail’s online records, Montano, 26, was booked shortly after noon.
He faces numerous felony charges and is being held temporarily without bond.
An initial court appearance, where a judge will set his bond and other conditions of release, has not yet been scheduled.
Martin Montano, 26, told Albuquerque Police Department investigators that he believed his mother and another man — whom he allegedly stabbed, beat and loaded into the trunk of a car with the intention of disposing of their bodies yesterday — were “clones.”
“His family was living under ground,” APD detective Kevin Kees wrote in a criminal complaint filed in Metro Court. “While watching television this morning, he heard voices coming through the TV telling him to go to his mother’s house and get the clones out.”
Police say Montano threw his mother, Hope Montano, from the Central Avenue Bridge after he attacked her and Francisco Dominguez at their home on the 4300 block of Hendrix NE. He had planned to do the same with Dominguez, but was thwarted by passing motorists and instead left the man lying on the side of the road, bleeding, before driving away.
Hope Montano and Dominguez remained in stable but critical condition at an Albuquerque hospital this morning, according to police.
With assistance from an APD helicopter, officers located Martin Montano a short time after the incident on the bridge, police said. He was arrested and eventually charged with two counts of attempted murder, two counts of evidence tampering, two counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, auto theft and aggravated burglary.
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According to an Albuquerque Police Department spokesperson, the woman thrown from the Central Avenue Bridge yesterday is the suspect’s mother.
The suspect’s mother and the male victim are still hospitalized. The woman is in stable but critical condition.
No other details about the victims are available at this time.