GRANTS, N.M. (KRQE) - The trial began today for an animal control officer accused of killing a man.
Tommy Armendariz is accused of stabbing William Frolich to death outside the Grants Apartments complex where he lived in 2011.
Police say Armendariz saw Frolich, a man he didn't know, getting into his car and confronted him.
Police say Armendariz should have simply called them, but neighbors say Frolich was very confrontational.
Armendariz is charged with second degree murder.
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