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Clovis man charged with murder

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Clovis, NM - A Clovis man has been charged with the murder of another Clovis man.

Police say 31-year-old Jimmy Reagan has been charged with the murder of 35-year-old Shondel D. Lofton.

Police found Lofton in the 1700 block of north Wheaton road after being called in reference to a man shot in the head.

Authorities discovered two women had been abducted at gunpoint and taken hostage in their van by the homicide suspect.

The suspect was allegedly found trying to break into a home on Highway 311 and Rope road.

He was taken into custody.

The hostages were taken to Plains Regional Medical Center for evaluation.

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