ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Monday, a judge will decide if the teen accused of running over and killing a man will be competent to stand trial.
In 2016, Matthew Jaramillo was just 14 years old when police say he stole a car, picked up a prostitute and ran over 46-year-old Richard Sisneros. Jaramillo’s hearing was supposed to be held in May, but the judge postponed it after setbacks in getting Jaramillo proper treatment for trial.
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