ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An Albuquerque man has been arrested for shooting at a truck with three passengers inside in May.
Timothy Amende, 31, made his first court appearance Tuesday.
Deputies say he's the man who shot up a truck near Rio Bravo and Isleta. Amende allegedly yelled at the driver, accusing him of trying to run over his friend.
No one was hurt, but the victim's girlfriend and their 1-year-old daughter were inside.
Deputies say one bullet hit the tailgate and another hit just below the rear-sliding window.
In court, the judge learned Amende has pending criminal charges in two other states.
"Balancing that with the nature of the allegations and how serious this matter is, I'm going to keep the bond where it was set," said Judge Julie Altwies of the Bernalillo County Metro Court. "I think that was an appropriate amount previously set at $100,000 cash or surety."
The victims did get Amende's license plate, but deputies were unable to catch up with him until Monday's arrest.
They told deputies they had never seen Amende before that night.
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