1. A man accused of shooting a man and stalking a woman took APD on a chase Thursday. Police took Albert Sedillo into custody when that chase ended near Unser and Sage.
2. Temperatures will begin to fall on Friday as a storm system approaches New Mexico from the west. Highs will be a few degrees cooler under sunny skies on Friday.
Full Story: Mark’s Thursday Evening Forecast
3. The state is paying back a multi-million dollar backlog it owes filmmakers. The Taxation and Revenue Department announced Thursday that the state made payments of nearly $100 million to 98 films and TV shows this week.
Full Story: New Mexico issues tax rebates to film industry
4. You will soon see cameras and other security features added to Albuquerque city pools. The main goal: to keep vandals and trespassers out and in the process keep families safe.
5. Authorities found a stash house used for human trafficking last week on Concord Road. Inside, they found seven teenagers from Guatemala. The Roswell Daily Record reports the house belonged to 41-year-old Christine McDonald.
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