According to an arrest affidavit, Montez said he saw a man driving by who got out of his car and made a threatening movement towards him, prompting Montez to shoot at the man. Montez fired both a handgun and an AR-15, and told police the other two men were also shooting.
Juan Martinez admitted he had fired a handgun, according to the affidavit.
Andres Martinez also had two guns, but contrarily told police he didn’t fire either of them. Martinez hid the guns in a laundry basket in his mother’s room, where police found them after Martinez told him where the weapons were.
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