A member of the Bandidos motorcycle club is accused of fatally shooting a member of a rival club on a crowded sidewalk in Downtown Albuquerque.
Patrick Alvarado, 46, is charged with an open count of murder in the January 2020 death of 35-year-old Philip Quintel.
Alvarado was arrested Thursday evening in the North Valley and booked into Metropolitan Detention Center.
It is unclear if he has an attorney and his family declined to comment.
Prosecutors filed a motion to detain Alvarado until trial, saying he “put the lives of everyone on the street with him in danger” in addition to killing Quintel.
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