Albuquerque Homicide Suspect Busted in Roswell After causing More Felony Chaos
By: ABQ RAW staff
POSTED: 03/27/2023 at 4PM
Samantha Shull, 34
ROSWELL, N.M. – According to a press release from the U.S. Marshals, on March 24, 2023, Samantha Shull, 34, was arrested in Roswell, NM.
Shull was wanted for a felony arrest warrant out of Albuquerque, NM, charging her with
homicide, armed robbery, tampering with evidence and conspiracy.
The release states, that on March 23, 2023, law enforcement developed information that Shull had returned to the Roswell area, after leaving the ABQ area, wherein multiple endeavors to locate her, were conducted.
It goes on to say, on the early morning of March 24, 2023, law enforcement agencies from the Roswell Police Department, Chaves County Sheriffs Office, New Mexico State Police and United States Marshals Service attempted to arrest Shull after she was identified driving a known vehicle. Shull had attempted to conceal the vehicle by painting it a different color.
Shull, who was operating her vehicle, failed to comply with police and attempted to flee/elude law enforcement. During the pursuit Shull is alleged to have intentionally struck a law enforcement vehicle. Both, the law enforcement vehicle and Shull’s vehicle sustained significant damage. Ultimately, Shull’s vehicle struck another civilian vehicle and became immobile. Shull was taken into custody without further incident.
In addition to the Albuquerque homicide warrant, Shull has now also been charged with Aggravated Fleeing Law Enforcement, Aggravated Assault Upon a Peace Officer and
Resisting/Evading/Obstructing and Officer, in Roswell, NM.