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Clovis, NM – Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that yesterday the New Mexico
Supreme Court agreed with the Office of the Attorney General and affirmed Noe Torres'
convictions for the first-degree murder of 10-year-old Carlos Perez and the attempted murder of
17-year-old Ruben Perez. In September of 2005, Noe Torres and one of his co-conspirators,
Edward Salas, drove to the Perez residence after Edward’s brother had an altercation with Ruben
Perez at their high school. Nine shots were fired into a bedroom window, from two to three feet
away, killing Ruben's younger brother Carlos. Torres then absconded to Mexico where he
remained for six years until he was arrested and brought to trial in New Mexico after the Office
of the Attorney General successfully extradited him.

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