A 22-yr-previous man needed in connection to a capturing of a teen in December was arrested on a felony warrant in Las Vegas by federal marshals.
Ivan Alcala was taken into custody March 9 on expenses of aggravated assault with a weapon inflicting critical damage, two counts of aggravated assault with a lethal weapon and kidnapping, in response to a Tucson Police Division Fb publish Tuesday. Alcala is pending extradition to Tucson.
The fees stem from a Dec. 12, 2016 capturing within the parking zone of a quick-meals restaurant at 4450 N. First Avenue, police stated. Shortly earlier than 9:30 p.m., officers responded to a report of a capturing and located a sixteen-yr-previous boy with gunshot wounds.
Tucson Hearth Division paramedics handled and took the teenager to Banner-College Medical Middle Tucson with critical accidents.
Detectives decided that the teenager was a passenger in a car that was pushed by a pal to the restaurant the place they have been to satisfy with acquaintances within the parking zone.
The teenager remained within the car whereas his pal went to speak to a person in one other car. A battle broke out between the 2 males, and one other man approached the teenager and shot him, police stated.
The teenager’s pal ran throughout the road to flee and photographs additionally have been fired at him, police stated. He was not struck, however was injured from the battle.
The suspects fled in an SUV, and detectives continued working the case acquiring felony arrest warrants for Alcala, and Jose Luis Gonzalez Ceron, 23, who stays at giant.
Ceron can also be dealing with aggravated assault with a weapon inflicting critical damage, two counts of aggravated assault with a lethal weapon and kidnapping. He’s thought-about armed and harmful, and has ties to Tucson and Douglas, investigators stated.
A 2003 Dodge Durango bearing Arizona license plate BYD4703 has been recognized as a suspect car. Detectives ask that anybody with details about the car or Ceron’s whereabouts name 911 or 88-CRIME, the nameless tipster hotline.
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