New Mexico judge, pets killed by husband in suspected murder-suicide

A municipal judge in New Mexico appears to have been fatally shot by her husband before he killed himself, authorities said.

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New Mexico judge shot: A judge in the Village of Los Ranchos Municipal, New Mexico Diane Albert, and her several pets were shot dead by her husband Eric Pinkerton. 

Based on the Police reported that a New Mexico judge’s husband fatally shot her before turning the gun on himself and leaving a disturbing message for a friend.

According to the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office, Diane Albert and some of her pets are murder-suicides’ her husband Eric Pinkerton, It is inferring that.

On Friday, When the Daine and Eric friend received the letter which have “a troubling message from Eric Pinkerton,” he called the police, and police discovered the bodies of Diane Albert, 65, and Eric Pinkerton, 63, inside their home in Ranchitos Road in Los Ranchos De Albuquerque. 

The Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office tweeted that letter…

According to the sheriff’s office statements, the husband Pinkerton shot Albert and the animals before he turned the gun on himself.

According to the Albuquerque Journal, in Los Ranchos Municipal Court, Daine Albert is a judge. she was a practicing patent attorney who had previously worked with the president of the Bike Coalition of New Mexico.

a friend of Albert’s revealed in the newspaper that She had recently re-enrolled at the University of New Mexico to study French.

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