ALBUQUERQUE ― July 26, the New Mexico Supreme Court upheld the murder convictions in a case argued on appeal by the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office.
Jordan Hurd is convicted of the willful and deliberate murders of Wesley Hobbs and his daughter Amanda Hobbs, and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and was sentenced by a trial court to life in prison for each of the murder charges.
“The New Mexico Attorney General’s Office fights every day to keep the people of New Mexico safe,” Balderas said. “Today’s decision from the Supreme Court supports the conviction of a violent and dangerous criminal, and affirms the hard work of the Thirteenth Judicial District Attorney’s office and the Valencia County Sheriff’s Office in obtaining these convictions and the hard work of my Criminal Appeals Division in fighting to uphold them.”
Hurd shot the three victims in the case, killing two of them, after Wesley Hobbs declined to purchase a stolen motorcycle.
As a result of the efforts of the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office and the D.A.’s office that originally prosecuted this case, this dangerous criminals will continue to serve his term of life imprisonment.