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reported events that occurred at 2410 South 4th Avenue on May 16th, 2020

Danelle Ashley Moyte, 35, had been accused of shooting and killing Christopher Garcia, 39, after an argument in the early hours of May 16, 2020. Three children, all 13 and younger at the time, were present during the incident. According to an affidavit, Moyte reportedly told deputies that she shot Garcia in self-defense after the couple returned home following an argument. Moyte and Garcia’s relationship was good when they were sober, but it was toxic when they were drinking. According to prosecution, Moyte allegedly entered the home, turned off the lights, went up the stairs and into the bedroom. She went into a shoe closet, where the gun safe was kept, entered the code on the safe and opened it, retrieved the gun and made sure it there was a magazine inside. Moyte then stood on the second-floor balcony and pointed the gun at Garcia, who stood on the first floor more than 20 feet away. According to Moyte’s niece who was standing on the stairs during the incident, nothing happened the first time Moyte pulled the trigger so Moyte had to make the conscious decision to either take two separate safeties off the gun or make sure it was loaded. There was no evidence or testimony that Garcia harmed Moyte that night. The only person who had assaulted Moyte was her best friend on the drive to Moyte’s home just before the incident, because Moyte had been continuously accusing her friend of being romantically interested in Garcia. Garcia’s entrance into the home that night “may have been unpleasant,” but it wasn’t forceful or illegal. He’d gone in to gather his and his daughter’s belongings and, based on testimony from his brother, go to his mother’s home until things cooled down, as he usually did. Blood drops on a suitcase found in the bedroom show Garcia had leaned over it to take things out or put them in. Additionally, despite having her phone with her, Moyte chose not to call law enforcement after she shot Garcia, who was still alive at the time. Instead, she left the home. The defense characterized the incident this way: a drunk, violent felon breaks into a young schoolteacher’s home while her two young children hide. He follows her up the stairs, and she shoots him at close range. Garcia’s past violent incidents included: an assault conviction in 2004, an arrest for aggravated assault in 2007, and a few incidents testified to by witnesses in which Garcia allegedly became physical with Moyte in 2018 and 2019. Moyte is a good person, the defense said: while holding it together as a single mom of three boys, with a full-time job and frequent community involvement, she adopted her nephew and was in the process of adopting her niece, who needed a place to live. Moyte was a Title 1 teacher at Afflerbach Elementary School and has been suspended with pay, according to Laramie County School District 1.

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Moyte found not guilty of second-degree murder

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