Second teen suspect in deadly Maverik gas station shooting turns herself in
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Another teen linked to the murder of an Albuquerque mother at a Maverik gas station in March has turned herself in.
19-year-old Diamond Salazar surrendered to police Wednesday.
Police said Salazar incorrectly pointed out a vehicle as the same one involved in a robbery earlier in the night.
According to police, Salazar was with three boys – one of which was her boyfriend. The boys opened fire on that car, killing Kayla Montano. Police said it was a case of mistaken identity.
Another suspect, Caprice Sacillia, turned herself in earlier this week. Prosecutors want her held in jail until trial.
As for the three other teens involved – none are in custody yet.
If you would like to help Kayla Montano’s family, a GoFundMe page has been set up.