ALBUQUREQUE (KRQE) - Deputies charged him aggravated assault with a gun, but he says he was not the one that pulled the trigger.
Christopher Sanchez, 27, faced a judge Sunday armed with witness statements saying he was not the trigger man when deputies were called out in March.
Bernalillo County sheriff's deputies responded to a shots fired call in the south valley,just outside a busy laundry facility.
They say Sanchez and his brother were spotted there arguing with a group of men and that's when shots rang out.
Sanchez says it was the other group that fired..
But deputies say a witness said it was Sanchez or his brother and detectives arrested and charged Sanchez with the crime.
Sunday he argued their witness was wrong.
"See, the written paper i have from the witnesses state different that I did not fire no shots and as well there casings found on the other party not where I was at 8.45," Sanchez said.
In the end the judge decided to side with the deputies and kept Sanchez in jail on a bond of $50,000.
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