Judge to decide verdict in firearm case against accused cop killer Davon Lymon

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A federal judge will make a decision in the federal firearms case against Davon Lymon, the man accused of killing Albuquerque Police Department Officer Daniel Webster.

Lymon is charged with being a felon with a gun, the same gun police say Lymon used to shoot and kill Officer Webster during a traffic stop at Central and Eubank.

Since it is a bench trial, Chief Judge M. Christina Armijo will decide the verdict. It’s not clear when she will come back with a ruling.

Lymon has not been charged in Webster’s death, but this trial was kind of like a preview for what the murder trial might look like.

State prosecutors say they plan to file charges in the shooting soon.

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