On Monday, a gunman killed at least three people and injured two law enforcement, according to the Farmington Police Department.
“At this time, the details we have are that multiple officers from the Farmington Police Department were involved in an officer involved shooting. One suspect was confronted and killed on scene,” read a news release from the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office.
The officers are in stable condition at San Juan Regional Medical Center, police said.
According to The Washington Post, “The shooting shut down a half-mile of Dustin Avenue, between Ute and Apache streets.”
“A gunman killed at least three people and injured two law enforcement officers Monday in northern New Mexico, the Farmington Police Department said.”
Farmington Municipal Schools were in “preventative lockdowns” for at least two hours while police responded to the shooting.
A previous report based upon inaccurate reporting from KRQE News 13 incorrectly stated four people had been killed when the actual number, according to reports, is three.