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Silent Defendant Faces Multiple Murder Charges in Albuquerque




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In an alarming incident at the Albuquerque International Sunport parking garage in 2021, the fourth level revealed a disturbing find, Your Content has learned.

A pickup truck contained the remains of four individuals, with three bodies found dismembered.

The accused, Sean Lannon, was later identified by the authorities, linking him to the murders of his ex-wife Jennifer Lannon, along with her acquaintances Jesten Mata and Matthew Miller in Cibola County.

Additionally, investigators alleged that Lannon killed Randal Apostolan, an unwitting accomplice who helped load the dismembered bodies into the pickup.

Lannon’s arraignment took place on Thursday, focusing on the murder of Apostolan.

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During the proceeding, Lannon opted for silence, with his defense attorney, Chandler Blair, waiving a formal reading of the charges on his behalf.

Judge Cindy Leos entered a not guilty plea for Lannon, and the case will proceed to trial, joining the three other murder cases from Cibola County.

Notably, Lannon has already received a 35-year prison sentence for a separate murder case in New Jersey, where he flew with his children, killed a man, and stole his wallet and keys, according to KOB4.

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