ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Authorities have identified a man who was killed in a shooting involving Albuquerque police as a wanted ex-felon.
A police spokesman said Friday the man has been confirmed to be Daniel Saavedra-Arreola.
Gilbert Gallegos says Saavedra-Arreola had several aliases and served time in various correctional facilities.
According to police, officers responding to a residential burglary call last Sunday were confronted by a suspect with a weapon.
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At least one officer opened fire, fatally wounding him.
A task force is investigating the officer-involved shooting.
Gallegos says Saavedra-Arreola’s past convictions include conspiracy to commit second-degree murder.
At the time of the shooting, he was wanted for probation violations and considered armed and dangerous.