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Albuquerque officers charged with murder in shooting of homeless man

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A prosecutor announced Monday that two Albuquerque, New Mexico, police officers will face first-degree murder charges in last year’s shooting of a homeless man in the hills above the city. District Attorney Kari Brandenburg of New Mexico’s Second Judicial Circuit said that Keith Sandy and Dominique Perez were ordered to appear at a preliminary hearing, the date of which has not yet been set. Sandy and Perez are accused of killing James Boyd in March. The 38-year-old homeless man spent the night before his shooting in a shelter, but when the shelter closed for the winter, Boyd tried to camp in the hills above the city.

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