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voiceofreason
02-20-2017, 07:42 AM
http://www.koat.com/article/bus-stabbing-suspect-taken-into-custody/8949668

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Bus stabbing suspect back in custody again
Updated: 9:18 PM MST Feb 19, 2017

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.

Albuquerque Police say 62-year-old Gregory Dozier has been arrested again after he violated his conditions of release.

Dozier was originally arrested last week--accused of stabbing a man 25 times while riding a city bus.

The entire altercation was captured on security footage.

Police were able to track Dozier down--and arrested him last Thursday.

His original bond was set to $100,000 but according to court records, Judge Cindy Leos said Dozier wasn't the aggressor in the fight.

Although he had multiple prior arrests, the judge lowered his bond to $10,000 and made it unsecured, meaning Dozier was able to walk out of jail.

According to investigators, Dozier was supposed to be fitted with a GPS monitor but didn't show up when he was supposed to get it Friday.

That afternoon, a judge issued a warrant for Dozier's arrest.

Officer Simon Drobik says Dozier was arrested at a Circle K on Central and Wyoming.

Drobik says an employee at the gas station saw Dozier at a bus stop, and called police.

That employee, who didn't want to be identified, told Action 7 News that they recognized Dozier from the security footage of the attack.

When APD arrived, Drobik says Dozier was taken into custody without incident.

Drobik says he told officers that he would be taking care of the warrant "tomorrow."

"We were happy to oblige and take him to MDC today," Drobik said.

Drobik also mentioned that investigators discovered Dozier had an extraditable warrant out of Oklahoma for violating a protection order.

It's likely Dozier will be taken to Oklahoma for that case once prosecutors are done with criminal proceedings here in New Mexico.

Police said the man who was stabbed has undergone three surgeries and is recovering.