Otero County Magistrate Court Judge Martha Proctor bound the case over to 12th District Court following an arraignment hearing on June 22.
A preliminary hearing in 12th District Court in Alamogordo has been scheduled for July 5 before Judge William Brogan.
Torres, Montoya and Mathis are accused of fatally shooting Shavon Twitty, 33, outside a Burger King restaurant in Alamogordo on June 8, according to court documents.
Torres, Montoya and Mathis have each been charged with one open count of first-degree murder, second-degree felony conspiracy to commit murder, second-degree shooting at or from a motor vehicle, third-degree conspiracy to commit a shooting at or from a motor vehicle, third-degree residential burglary and fourth-degree conspiracy to commit residential burglary, according to court documents.
Montoya has also been charged with tampering with evidence, according to court documents.
Torres, Montoya and Mathis are currently being held without bond at the Otero County Detention Center in Alamogordo.