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Mobile Home in Domestic Violence Standoff Burns
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Authorities say they don't know where a domestic violence suspect is following a fire that burned an Albuquerque mobile home.
Albuquerque police say they've issued an arrest warrant for 27-year-old Joel Castillo-Angel.
They say he's facing multiple charges in connection with yesterday morning's incident.
Police say two victims have been identified and say Castillo-Angel allegedly attacked them with a knife.
He was believed to be inside a mobile home that went up in flames for unknown reasons.
Authorities weren't able to search what's left of the mobile home until it was safe to do so.
Police say the residence has been cleared and there were no people inside.