ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The state has issued a motion to keep Izaiah Garcia locked up until trial. Prosecutors said the 19-year-old went to the party after Sandia High’s homecoming party in the northeast heights late last month to get revenge, but said 17-year-old Sean Markey was not the intended target. Court document also revealed police are looking at him for another recent high profile murder.

Court documents said Garcia went to the homecoming after-party to shoot someone his friend had issues with three years ago. When the intended target ran away, Markey was shot once in the back and killed.

This happened as teens were leaving the party because uninvited guests were showing up with guns. Two people identified Garcia as the shooter and a third witness identified Garcia’s car, a red Pontiac G8.

On Tuesday, KRQE News 13 first reported apparent connections between Garcia and another murder victim in the heights, 21-year-old Cayla Campos. Wednesday’s paperwork made reference to that case while not definitively identifying Garcia as the suspect.

It said a short masked young man driving a red Pontiac sedan robbed someone at a car near Bianchetti Park two weeks ago. He then fired his rifle at a second nearby car that Cayla Campos and her boyfriend were inside. Campos was shot and killed.

Neighbors told police that a person who fits that description lives across the street from the park in the same house where Garcia was arrested Monday night.

A judge bumped the matter over to district court, where Garcia will have a detention hearing likely in the next seven days.

The complaint did not identify any of the witnesses, saying there have been threats made during the course of the investigation.