PAJARITO MESA, N.M. (AP) – A New Mexico man is dealing with aggravated assault expenses after authorities say he used an AK-forty seven to shoot out the tires of a person he accused of stealing his horses.
Courtroom data present that David Derringer was arrested Saturday shortly following a weird chain of occasions involving free-ranging horses in a rural space close to Albuquerque.
Based on a felony grievance, Derringer noticed two horses he claimed to have owned on the property of Isidro Ruiz. Derringer informed Bernalillo County deputies that he minimize Ruiz’s fence line and freed his horses.
The grievance says Ruiz returned and tried to dam Derringer from leaving. The grievance says that is when Derringer pulled out his assault rifle and shot out two of Ruiz’s tires.
It was not recognized if Derringer had an lawyer.
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