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Crime New Mexico man, angered by not qualifying for coronavirus check, tried to set wife on fire, police allege

07:40  06 april  2020
07:40  06 april  2020 Source:   foxnews.com

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A New Mexico man tried to set his disabled wife on fire because he was angry he didn’t qualify for a coronavirus -related stimulus check , police alleged . The wife told officers Macias pulled out a cigarette and tried to light it several times but was unsuccessful because gasoline got on the lighter.

A New Mexico man is facing charges after police say he became enraged he didn’t qualify for a COVID-19-related stimulus check and tried to set his wife on fire . With New Mexico schools shut down for the rest of the school year because of the coronavirus outbreak, three public television

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A New Mexico man tried to set his disabled wife on fire because he was angry he didn’t qualify for a coronavirus-related stimulus check, police alleged.

Cops arrested, Joe Macias, 63, this past Wednesday after he got into an argument with his wife and allegedly doused her with gasoline, the Albuquerque Journal reported.

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He said his wife and son got in the canoe to chase a ball that went into the water as the two of them were playing a game of kickball near a small, shallow cove behind the house. New Mexico man , angered by not qualifying for coronavirus check , tried to set wife on fire , police allege .

Cops issued the three men summonses for violating the quarantine when they drove back from the golf course to their vehicles at the McDonald’s in the vehicle with the Rhode Island plates New Mexico man , angered by not qualifying for coronavirus check , tried to set wife on fire , police allege .

The wife told police that Macias had come home around 5 p.m. with a four-pack of beer, “upset because he did not qualify for the stimulus check.”

Macias threw gas on his wife and their mobile home, police said.

The wife told officers Macias pulled out a cigarette and tried to light it several times but was unsuccessful because gasoline got on the lighter.

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Police said officers later found Macias walking down the street wearing gasoline-soaked clothes. Officers also discovered the woman, with her hair and pajamas soaked in gasoline, on the floor inside a nearby trailer.

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Macias was charged with attempted murder, kidnapping and aggravated battery against a household member.

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It wasn’t immediately clear if he had an attorney who could speak on his behalf.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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