ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Family and friends of an Albuquerque man allegedly killed by his neighbor say they want justice.
On Sunday, they rallied to send a message to the District Attorney.
“We believe from the beginning that Donnie Pearson should be charged. Donnie Pearson drove a car and hunted my son down,” said Isaac Mitchell, father of Johnathan Mitchell who police say was shot and killed by his neighbor Pearson in March.
Police say the night Mitchell died, he was first spotted outside a neighbor's home in Albuquerque with a gun.
They say Pearson went looking for Mitchell who had walked home.
Mitchell then fired off a shot from his driveway as Pearson pulled up. A few seconds later, Pearson fired back, killing him..
The case is now in the hands of the District Attorney.
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