Farmington Mass Shooting Victims Identified: Here’s What We Know

The Farmington Police Department, San Juan County Sheriff’s Office and New Mexico State Police are on scene investigating an active shooter incident in Farmington.

Information currently available indicates that there was an encounter between multiple Farmington Police Department officers and the suspect, resulting in a shootout involving an officer. The suspect was confronted and shot to death at the scene.

The identity of the suspect remains unknown and there are no other known threats at this time. Currently, there is no indication of a second suspect. As a result, all blockages have been lifted.

Two officers, one from the Farmington Police Department and the other from the New Mexico State Police, were injured in the incident and are currently receiving treatment for their injuries at the San Juan Regional Medical Center. .

Fortunately, their conditions are stable. Tragically, there are multiple civilian casualties, with at least three deaths reported. As more information becomes available, we will provide further updates.

Domanias “Nick” Stamatiadis

In a Facebook post, Craig McClure praised Officer Domanias “Nick” Stamatiadis, describing him as one of the finest officers he’s had the privilege of working with.

Officer Stamatiadis, a native of Greece who joined law enforcement later in life, is known for his good humor, friendly nature and dedication to community policing.

Tragically, he was shot today in connection with the ‘mass shooting’ incident involving a self-absorbed teenager.

While he recovers, it will take him some time to heal. McClure asks for prayers for Officer Stamatiadis, the injured Farmington police officer, the victims who lost their lives and their grieving families.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information becomes available.

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