Teen arrested for downtown Albuquerque shooting

Victim speaks after getting shot in the leg in downtown Albuquerque

Dominick Martinez was having a typical night downtown with his buddies when everything changed very quickly.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A teen is behind bars for allegedly opening fire during a fight that happened in front of police early Sunday morning in downtown Albuquerque.

Video showed a fight breaking out and shots fired right in front of a police car parked near the corner of Central and Third.

Officers found a bullet struck a bystander in the leg. Paramedics took that person to the hospital. They’re expected to be OK.

Meanwhile, police caught up to the alleged shooter as he was running down Third Street. They identified him as 18-year-old Zane Katzenberger.

Officers say they learned from Katzenberger that he bought the gun off of an app called Telegram. They also said he appeared to be drunk.

Katzenberger faces charges of aggravated battery, negligent use of a deadly weapon and unlawful carrying of a deadly weapon. He had his first court appearance Monday. State prosecutors have filed a motion to keep him in jail until trial.

Albuquerque Police Chief Harold Medina said on social media a second suspect turned himself in Sunday night.

Police said 17-year-old Andre Jaramillo was taken to the Juvenile Detention Center. With a search warrant, detectives found two guns at his apartment.