1. APD’s accident review board is taking a look at a crash to see if the officer was at fault. Officer Sean Callinan claims a driver ran a red light so he chased him. This was on southbound Coors to Montano. A report says Callinan then broadsided a driver who was heading north on Montano through a green light. In new lapel video, witnesses including the driver say the officer didn’t have lights on or sirens running. Officer Callinan says his emergency lights were on. That would violate APD’s standard operating procedures.
2. APD says they’re searching for two suspects including the person accused of shooting and killing 20-year-old Clifford Patterson. Wednesday, 15-year old Gabriel Martinez likely remains in jail, charged with his murder. According to a criminal complaint, the shooting stemmed from a drug deal gone bad. It also adds that Martinez and his friends arranged to buy a quarter pound of marijuana when Martinez and two of his friends got in a car at the end of gemstone road. That’s when police say Patterson was shot in the head by someone identified as “Damien.” Officers say days before the deal was set to take place Martinez used Facebook messenger to tell his friends that he planned to rob someone for weed. Martinez was arrested Tuesday.
3. More scattered to widespread storms and showers are expected Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Full story: Kristen’s Wednesday Morning Forecast
4. The Albuquerque Isotopes are making sure students don’t go back to school without any supplies. Fans coming to this week’s Isotopes’ game against Round Rock and New Orleans can drop off school supplies in boxes at the gates. Supplies will be delivered to students and classrooms during the first days of the school year.
Full story: APS and Isotopes host school supply drive
5. Police are searching for leads Wednesday after a thief smashed a woman’s car window and stole her purse while she was picking up her daughter. Witnesses say they saw a man get on a motorcycle with her purse. However, it’s what happened afterward that’s getting a lot of attention. A responding officer gave the woman $150 in gift cards to make up for the spoiled groceries left in her car while waiting for officers to respond. A witness to the crime even offered to fix her window.