New Mexico

NMSP capture suspects in northern New Mexico triple homicide

DIXON, N.M. (KRQE) - New Mexico State Police have arrested two men believed to have killed three people in northern New Mexico.

The murders happened Wednesday at a home in Dixon, which is north of Espanola, New Mexico. 

Police have since identified 34-year-old John Powell of Taos and 33-year-old Roger Gage of Arroyo Hondo as suspects in the case.

Investigators have not identified the victims.

Family members say it was 42-year-old April Browne, who was killed.

The family says Browne was a mother of two. As for the suspects, both men are charged with first-degree murder and aggravated burglary. 


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