REPORT: Violent felon suspect mistakenly released by detention center

BY TEAM DML / JUNE 11, 2018 /

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – An inmate accused of a laundry list of crimes including attempted murder, aggravated battery and drug trafficking was mistakenly released Sunday morning by the Metropolitan Detention Center where he was being held. Officials say he is to be considered a violent individual.

27-year-old Duwin Perez-Cordova was dropped off by authorities in Downtown Albuquerque. Officials say that’s where he was last seen as local law enforcement work in conjunction to locate him.

Court documents state he used another inmate’s identifiers to be released from custody, and an MDC spokesperson said Perez-Cordova’s cellmate told one of the officers his wristband was missing.

The article goes on to state the following:

Perez-Cordova had been behind bars at the MDC since December.

Officials say he has several tattoos, including one of a money sign on his elbow as we as an Impala sign and the words “RIP Marcus” on his left arm. He is also known to go by the aliases Gilbert/Gilberto Rodriguez, Duwin Perez and Duwin Cordova-Perez.

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1 Comment

  1. AZ1 June 11th, 2018 at 10:16 am

    Micki – my thoughts exactly when i read it. you can bet its happened before – nobody said anything. Prisons need a complete over haul in how they are run. The inmates have better everything than our vets and homeless. Something wrong with this picture. Need more people like Arapio (sp) running these facilities.


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