Three police officers wounded in shootout, suspect dead

From - By: Steve Mieczkowski, - Two Albuquerque Police officers and one BCSO deputy were shot and wounded Saturday morning during a shootout. The events began when reports were received that a man was walking around with an AK-47 rifle near Broadway and Pacific. The man then shot an APD officer before leading police and BCSO deputies on a car chase through the North Valley.
Police report that the man continued to fire shots during the chase, wounding a second APD officer and a BCSO deputy. The suspected shooter was shot and pronounced dead at 4th Street and Montano.
One of the APD wounded officers has been released by police, and the other is still in surgery. The BCSO deputy is out of surgery and is in a medically induced coma. The identities of the three officers have not been released, and police have not identified the identity of the shooter. This has not happened at is available.
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Governor Susana Martinez has talked to Albuquerque Police Chief Allen Banks and Sheriff Dan Houston to offer her support after Saturday’s shootout. The Governor told them State Police and the Department of Public Safety are on stand bye if they need any help.
In a statement Martinez added, "I ask all New Mexicans to join Chuck and me in keeping these officers and their loved ones in our prayers.”