Judge denies bond for man accused in shootout near daycare

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – One of the men police say opened fire near an Albuquerque daycare will remain behind bars until trial.

Police say Ja”Karl Jenkins and Andre Robinson started shooting along Montgomery Monday night after spotting people at the daycare who they recognized from a previous shooting.

A man in a car with his family was caught in the crossfire, and a little girl was cut by shattered glass.

In court Friday, the state asked that Jenkins be held on a no-bond hold. Judge Cindy Leos sided with prosecutors, denying bond.

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