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ALBUQUERQUE — New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas announces that two Second Judicial District Court judges independently granted the Attorney General’s motion to preventatively detain two dangerous serial shoplifters; Marvin Alderete and Ashley Roybal. Alderete was indicted on June 13 on 31 charges related to shoplifting, conspiracy, and aggravated assaults of store staff and personnel. Alderete faces over 40 years of potential incarceration if convicted at trial. Ashley Roybal faces over 18 years of potential incarceration on multiple felony charges of conspiracy and shoplifting. 

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