Man shot by US Marshals had violent past

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The man shot by a deputy us marshal Tuesday is out of the hospital and facing a long list of charges.

Serrano was shot yesterday in the area of Sunset and Bridge as the US Marshal’s Service Task Force Team was looking to arrest Serrano at a methadone clinic.

Marshals say Serrano had been ignoring his parole since February and had racked up new charges including aggravated battery and child abuse.

Those charges stemmed from a March 8th incident where Serrano allegedly flashed a gun at a gathering with children there, including his own daughter.

After a fight at the home witnesses say Serrano took off in his truck, firing off shots in their direction.

Serrano’s ex-girlfriend says at one point he also pointed a gun to her head.

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