Transcript for Suspect in Deadly Road Rage Incident That Killed a 4-Year-Old Girl in Arizona Enters Court
There are major new developments tonight after that road rage case in New Mexico. A father had just picked up his children from school, another driver opening fire. Authorities say the suspect reportedly confessing now, a bullet hole in that back window. A 4-year-old girl, Lilly Garcia, was killed. And tonight, the stunning development about the shooter's past. ABC's Ryan Owens in New Mexico. Do you have any questions about anything I've said? No, sir. Reporter: Those are the only two words uttered by the accused killer of 4-year-old Lilly Garcia, but the judge had plenty to say to Tony Torrez. This is possibly one of the most wanted and atrocious acts as alleged, I think, in the history of this city. Reporter: In court, prosecutors detailed Torrez's violent criminal history, which includes another arrest for road rage. Court documents show he pulled a gun on a driver in 2006. That case was dismissed. The daughter is not conscious. Reporter: The criminal complaint details how prosecutors believe the accused murderer cut off the family's pickup truck. Lilly's father then threw up his hands and called him a name. A chase ensued with Torrez allegedly firing four shots. First time that you met her, she would grab your heart. She's going to be missed by a lot of people. Reporter: Police say Torrez has confessed, and they appear to have plenty of evidence, including the gun used to kill Lilly. They say they found it at his home. David? Ryan Owens in Albuquerque tonight. Ryan, thank you.
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