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3/13/10

Suspect arrested in Clovis homicide investigation

Source: Clovis Police Dept. Source: Clovis Police Dept.
CLOVIS, NM (KCBD) -

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CLOVIS, NM (KCBD) - Saturday afternoon Clovis authorities arrested Luciano P. Guerra, 19 of Clovis without incident at his lawyer's office.  Guerra is charged with an open count of murder in connection with the early Saturday morning stabbing death of Andrew Gama in the south parking lot area of the Clovis Apartments located at Charlotte and Martin Luther King Boulevard in Clovis.

It was learned through multiple interviews with several individuals that suspect Guerra was the person that had stabbed victim multiple times.  Guerra will be transported to the Curry County Adult Detention Center for booking.

The investigation into the homicide of Gama is still ongoing at this time by Clovis Police Department Detectives and the Major Crimes Unit, also consisting of the Curry County Sheriff's Office, Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office and 9th Judicial District Attorney's Office.

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