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State police identify 7 suspects in deadly Edgewood shooting; 2 still being sought

David Lynch
February 17, 2018 06:23 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – In their investigation into a deadly Edgewood gas station armed robbery-turned-shooting last weekend, state police have identified seven suspects involved in the incident, two of which they are still searching for.

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The other five have been arrested, police say. 

Police are urging that if you see Daniel Martinez or Misty Nevarez you do not approach them yourself, but instead immediately contact state police at (505)841-9256 option #3, or call 911.

Martinez is a 5 foot 11 inch man who weighs about 215 pounds and has tattoos on his neck and head. He also goes by "DJ," and police say he is considered to be armed and dangerous. Nevarez stands 4-feet-11-inches tall and weighs about 190 pounds.

The other suspects involved in the premeditated plan to rob a Smith's Fuel Center in Edgewood are Daniel Gonzales, Morgan Ramirez, Donald Herbert Gregory, Veronica Martinez and Eileen Sandoval.  All are from Albuquerque, except for Gregory, who is an Edgewood man. 

All seven suspects are facing charges of first-degree murder, armed robbery and tampering with evidence. Gonzales and Martinez are also being charged with possession of firearm by a felon. 

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