The New Mexican man riding a BMX bike is suspected of attacking 11 strangers in a stabbing Sunday behind bars. The officers were arrested Tobias Gutierrez42 years old, on Sunday after investigating seven crime scenes across the city, according to Officer Gilbert Gallegos afterward Albuquerque Police Department.
Officer Gallegos noted that the first stabbing occurred shortly before noon on Sunday near the Sister Bar. The defendant has been identified as a man riding a small BMX bike with a large knife, and police were investigating multiple scenes by mid-afternoon. Deputies were finally able to locate Gutierrez around 6 p.m. on Sunday, and inmate records show law enforcement officials then brought Gutierrez in. Bernalillo quận County Urban Detention Center at 7:12 a.m. Monday.
“There doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason,” Officer Gallegos said at a news conference Sunday night. He went on to say that officers first arrived on the scene after a call came in from a man stabbing individuals inside a Circle K convenience store. Most of the men and women were injured. stabbed sought medical attention; While several people were seriously injured, all 11 victims were in stable condition as of Sunday night, according to Gallegos Police.
Gutierrez is currently facing two aggravated battery charges and one deadly weapon for the stabbings, which also occurred at a homeless encampment, outside a restaurant and near an apartment complex. in the city.
A man believed to be Gutierrez wielding a knife – but not stabbing or injuring himself – spoke to Albequerque magazine after the police were able to catch the suspected killer.
Rob said: “He was talking crazy, he was angry about something. “As soon as he dropped the bike, he pulled out his blade.”
This seems a far cry from the first time Gutierrez has complied with the law. Court records show that a man of the same name and age has been a defendant in about 19 trials since 1999, facing charges ranging from drug possession and unlicensed driving to steal and steal. In February 2015, he was sentenced to three years in prison for possession of firearms and ammunition. Individuals convicted of felonies in New Mexico may not possess, sell, or even carry firearms.
Gutierrez left federal prison in January 2018 but the following month failed a court-ordered drug test, according to the court filing. As a result, he was ordered to spend six months in a rehabilitation program but fled the facility before completing the six-month stay required by the court.
That violation resulted in him being sent back to prison after he was arrested by the United States Criminal Police Department. It is unclear when he will be released from prison, or if he will remain on supervised release during his alleged offense on Sunday.
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