SANTA FE (KRQE) - New details have been released about the elderly man shot by a Santa Fe polic e officer during an alarm call earlier this week.
Robert Dominguez, 77, is a former police officer and is now fighting for his life.
Officer Charles Laramie shot him early Monday after an alarm went off in a neighborhood.
Neighbors say Dominguez may have been checking on the alarm and state police say he may have had a gun too.
The officer who shot him is on standard leave right now.
Dominguez's family tells the Santa Fe New Mexican that he's on a breathing machine and has had his Catholic last rights.
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