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The New Mexico mother wants the 23-year-old son of a repeat offender who allegedly cut his ankle monitor and escaped, kept behind bars


According to a report, a New Mexico mother wants her 23-year-old son to stay behind bars instead of constantly being released and re-offending.

“He basically continued down a path of destruction,” Albuquerque’s Jade Gordon told KRQE-TV of her son Shane Ward, who she believed had problems from a young age.

As a minor, he was diagnosed with a behavioral disorder characterized by antisocial behavior that, according to the KRQE, can lead to psychopathic or sociopathic tendencies.

“When he turned 18, we actually pushed him out of the house,” Gordon told the broadcaster. “We wouldn’t let him into the home anymore. Especially because we have younger children in the home and we didn’t want our younger children to be exposed to his actions or the things he said in the home.”

“We didn’t want our younger children to be exposed to his actions or the things he said at home.”

– Jade Gordon, mother of a repeat offender

Shane Ward has been arrested in recent years for assaulting a household member, death threats against the family of former romantic partners, and wrongful imprisonment in connection with the alleged strangulation of another man.

Shane Ward has been arrested in recent years for assaulting a household member, death threats against the family of former romantic partners, and wrongful imprisonment in connection with the alleged strangulation of another man.

Ward has been arrested in recent years after indicting a household member, issuing death threats to the family of former romantic partners, and false detention in connection with the alleged strangulation of another man.

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He is said to have written texts to family members of his ex-friends in which it said: “Your family is being massacred”, “I am now on my way to your house” and he could “chop off the heads of your children,” reported the station .

Just this month, Gordon told the broadcaster, Ward attacked her 13-year-old son.

“Even after he recently hit our 13-year-old, I checked the internet and there is nothing to suggest that a new file has been charged against him,” she said. “My husband and I said we want charges to be brought and we want him to learn from his mistakes.”

Last week, an arrest warrant was reportedly issued for Ward after he allegedly cut his ankle for the second time and fled.

Gordon claimed that the system “failed” her son, leaving him free after each offense on an ankle shackle or on parole.

“As you draw her in, the judges hit her, slap her wrist, and then throw her out again.”

– Jade Gordon, mother of a repeat offender

She said she didn’t want him or anyone else to be hurt.

“I believe in my heart that someone might be dead at some point,” she said. “I just pray that he’ll see this and give up.”

She said police officers are fighting to get criminals off the streets – only to see their efforts in court being undermined.

“As they feed you in, the judges hit you, slap your wrist and kick you out right away,” Gordon said.

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Ward has reportedly committed three parole violations since his release due to battery debris. He took a plea and received a late sentence.

The Bernalillo County District Attorney’s Office told KRQE that two of the office’s three requests to deny Ward were denied. The third application is pending.

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