Suspect faces federal charges after convenience store shooting Web Staff
October 13, 2017 04:20 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- A man accused of shooting and wounding two people during a robbery at an Albuquerque convenience store last week now faces federal charges.


The FBI arrested Eric Reddick Thursday morning. He was already in jail after APD arrested him for the robbery and shooting at the Circle K on Wyoming near Menaul.

Reddick is being charged federally with violating the Hobbs Act and federal firearms laws. A detention hearing on the federal charges was set for Friday, but it was rescheduled for Monday.

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