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A New Mexico teen who allegedly fatally shot a man and then told him that he deserved it — it will serve just 30 days behind bars for the murder, according to officials.
Santiago Armijo, 17, is one of the two teens involved in the murder of Larry DeSantiago, 25, at a park in Albuquerque, new mexico in March of 2018. Witnesses told investigators they saw DeSantiago, chase Armijo, and his friend, Jeremiah De La Pena, 16, in the direction of the top of a hill in front of Armijo shot him in the chest.
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“That’s what you’ll get!” Armijo asked DeSantiago, according to the Albuquerque Journal, which reported the Santiago died later at a hospital. Armijo De La Pena, was later arrested in a nearby neighborhood, and police found the weapon in De La Peña’s jacket.
Santiago Armijo, left, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for the murder of Larry DeSantiago in the previous year. Jeremiah De La Pena, right, in the argument of the case, but it has not yet been convicted.
On Thursday, Judge Cristina Jaramillo sentenced Armijo to 30 days in the juvenile prison after the teen, who was 15 at the time of the shooting, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, tampering with evidence, one felony count of unlawful possession of a handgun and conspiracy to commit armed robbery.
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Jaramillo told us that the family of the victim, and her “hands were tied” because the maximum possible sentence for the teenager, it would have four years in juvie. Prosecutors asked for the maximum sentence.
Larry DeSantiago, 25, shot to death in a park in Albuquerque, N. M., in March, 2018.
“I don’t want to much of it, but no matter what I do, it’s not going to bring it back, Larry,” she said to the family. “It won’t cure your heart or a hole that has been left in your hearts. There is nothing I can say or do that will help you.”
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While Armijo might have been in detention until he is 21, Jaramillo said that she would have to be the choice of treatment for him, in place of one another. Also, it will be on supervised probation, and the teen will be required to speak to high schools to lecture the students about the consequences of their actions.
Public prosecutor’s office, Natalie Strub, said during the sentencing hearing that the Armijo De La Pena had a text message about a plan to have someone rob in the days before Santiago was killed.
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“This is not a drug possession or a theft of the vehicle. This is the most serious charge, taking the life of another person, a” Technical argument, according to the Journal. “The four years prior to the taking of the life of a family who will never get to see the 25-year-old man to grow up. This is not justice, but it’s something, and that’s what the state is asking.”
Armijo’s attorney argued that De La Pena was a bad influence on the 17-year-old. De La Pena also argued in the case, but it has not yet been convicted.