ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - APD responded to the scene of a shooting on 4th Street and San Clemente Avenue on Wednesday night.
An officer was in the area doing a traffic stop when he heard a gunshot, APD says. He then saw a vehicle fleeing the area.
The officer called for help and gave APD and BCSO officers a description of the vehicle he saw. They were able to locate that vehicle and do a traffic stop. There were two people inside.
One of the subjects inside the vehicle had a minor gunshot wound and was taken the UNM Hospital. Police say he is expected to survive.
A female who was inside the vehicle with the victim was taken for questioning.
The investigation is ongoing.
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