Lymon was arrested and charged with federal firearms charges in connection with Wednesday's shooting.
The man accused of shooting Albuquerque police officer Daniel Webster was featured in an episode of “Lock Up” filmed in New Mexico.
In the episode, a New Mexico prison inmate identified by the narrator as Davon Lymon, 34, appears at the 29-minute mark on behalf of another inmate at a disciplinary hearing. Lymon seemed to be attempring, unsuccessfully, to assist the inmate being disciplined.
Lymon was arrested and charged with federal firearms charges in connection with Wednesday’s shooting, which occurred after he was stopped by Webster at Central Avenue and Eubank Boulevard. The officer, who was shot at least six times, has undergone multiple surgeries.
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