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For Immediate Release

August 22, 2017 District of New Mexico; (505) 235-6135
USMS Office of Public Affairs; (703) 740-1699
Suspects in Shooting Arrested
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The U.S. Marshals Service South West Investigative Fugitive Team (SWIFT) Task Force on Monday received information that Miranda Gilbert and her boyfriend were wanted by the Albuquerque Police Department for questioning about their involvement in a shooting that occurred in Albuquerque on Sunday. Miranda Gilbert had outstanding warrants from New Mexico Probation and Parole for noncompliance with her terms of probation. Her boyfriend Shannon Ray was wanted by authorities in Santa Rosa on a warrant for burglary.

Investigators with the U.S. Marshals, New Mexico State Corrections Department Security Threat and Intelligence Unit, and the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office received information from APD that Gilbert and Ray were possibly trying to hide from law enforcement in rural Anton Chico. Investigators located Gilbert driving a white car with stolen license plates. Gilbert fled with Ray and another occupant when investigators tried to conduct a traffic stop. Gilbert eventually lost control of the vehicle and struck a fence. Gilbert and Ray were arrested and transported by the New Mexico State Police.

“The danger and violence committed by these fugitives cannot go unanswered, which is why the Marshals Service Task Force, composed of many agencies from throughout numerous jurisdictions immediately force multiplied to pursue these violent fugitives,” said U.S. Marshal for the District of New Mexico Conrad E. Candelaria. “The violent, brazen and carelessness for others will not be tolerated and with the letter of the law dangerous and violent fugitives will be pursed and apprehended.”

“This case highlights why Governor Martinez has directed us to identify the most violent offenders in the Metro Area and bring them to justice. We will continue to work with United States Marshal Office and our local law enforcement agencies to arrest these individuals to make our communities safe,” said David Jablonski, Cabinet Secretary for the New Mexico Corrections Department.

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