An apparent Neo-Nazi has been arrested by police over his involvement in an alleged triple homicide after deserting a bullet-riddled car with three dead bodies outside a hospital in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The suspect Richard Kuykendall, 41, is facing a federal charge for being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, according to Bernalillo County inmate records. He is accused of stashing an unregistered pistol following a shootout involving the three dead passengers of a Chevrolet Malibu.

The FBI reports that Kuykendall had driven the dead bodies of the three men to a hospital parking lot in Albuquerque, New Mexico, following an altercation involving illegal firearms.

On Wednesday around 2:40 p.m., Kuykendall, alias Sky, was captured by CCTV footage walking into an Albuquerque alley when the Chevy pulled in. The suspect then attempted to board the vehicle. Instead, however, a man from inside the car seemingly fires several shots at Kuykendall.

NBC News noted that Kuykendall ducked and fled as the shots continued. It is unknown if he fired back at the passengers of the car, as the video failed to capture the standoff from an angle that showed the suspect.

At some point after the gunfire, Kuykendall walked towards the vehicle and got into the back seat of the car before alighting again a few seconds later. Footage shows he lingered near a dumpster before returning to the car. The suspect reportedly stashed a Beretta model APX 9 mm pistol in the trash bin in question.

Moments later, the suspect returned to the vehicle and proceeded to sit on top of the body on the driver's side. Kuykendall then dashed the bullet-ridden car to the Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital.

Upon arriving at the hospital, Kuykendall allegedly took his shirt off and informed a security guard that three dead bodies were in the car. He then abandoned the vehicle and fled the medical facility, according to the criminal complaint.

Albuquerque Police seized the Beretta 9mm pistol, a gun manufactured in Tennessee, inside the dumpster in the alley where the brawl started. A loaded pistol under the driver’s seat, an empty pistol on the back seat, and multiple spent shell casings were also recovered by authorities in the car.

According to the Associated Press, FBI agents believed that Kuykendall might be responsible for the death of one of the three men found dead inside the car. They noted it's unlikely he killed all of them.

Police reviewed the medical examination of Kuykendall and the three bodies, verifying that the suspect and the dead men share tattoos with links to the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang, including a shamrock, a Viking warrior, a lightning bolt, and "White Boy" tattoos.

According to the criminal complaint, prosecutors confirmed Kuykendall and the three men, who were identified only as BT, JF, and MS, have an “apparent association” to the Neo-Nazi brotherhood.

Authorities alleged that last week's Aryan Brotherhood dispute possibly led to their deaths.

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Aryan Brotherhood conducts illegal and criminal operations outside prison walls including drug trafficking, murder for hire, and armed robbery.

The group is a notorious white supremacist prison gang and a national crime syndicate in America.

Records reveal that Kuykendall is known to law enforcement, logging a long criminal history with 35 arrests in New Mexico and Massachusetts ranging from assault with a baseball bat, assault and battery of a family member, forgery, larceny, as well as identity theft.

Kuykendall was booked early Saturday over his recent criminal offense, according to police.

An Albuquerque, New Mexico man, with ties to the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang, has been arrested by police after he dumped three dead bodies outside a local hospital on Wednesday. PIXABAY

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