ALAMOGORDO, N.M. (KRQE) - A man has been convicted of the murder of a woman at an Alamogordo Burger King.
Jonathan Montoya admitted to shooting Shavon Twitty in the restaurant's parking lot in 2011, but Montoya's confession was challenged because of his mental capacity.
His attorneys claim he suffers from mild mental retardation and confessed to the shooting because he believed he would go home if he cooperated.
The victim's ex-girlfriend Melissa Mathis was also there that night. She pleaded no contest and is awaiting sentencing.
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