SANTA FE (AP) - A judge has denied bail for a 54-year-old man charged with fatally shooting two people in January over a late rent payment.
Arthur Anaya is charged with fatally shooting 16-year-old Austin Urban and 51-year-old Theresa Vigil and fleeing from law enforcement for about four days before officers found him near his property south of Santa Fe.
The Santa Fe New Mexican ( http://bit.ly/KqY5yv ) reported Wednesday that Anaya's lawyer, Joseph Campbell, asked the court to set a $2 million cash bond.
State District Judge Stephen Pfeffer said Anaya must remain in custody, considering his history of fleeing.
Anaya has pleaded not guilty to the two counts of first-degree murder and other charges.
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