Second Suspect Arrested in East Village Shooting Death
SAN DIEGO– A 2nd suspect was jailed in the Jan. 20 shooting death of a 29-year-old male throughout a conflict with a group of individuals near Petco Park, authorities stated Jan. 29.
Jaelen Dower, 20, was detained Saturday at 6500 Broadway in San Diego for his function in the shooting of John Reed, 29, of San Diego.
Dower was reserved into the San Diego Central Jail on suspicion of one count of attack with a lethal weapon including a gun and other guns charges, stated San Diego Police Department Lt. Steve Shebloski.
Dajon Shingleton, 20, was detained Jan. 21. He gave up without event to officers at about 3:40 a.m. after he lay at a home in the 3200 block of Sweetwater Springs Boulevard, in Spring Valley, Shebloski stated.
The San Diego citizen was scheduled into the Central Jail on suspicion of murder.
Patrol officers reacting to a report of shooting at about at 4:25 a.m., Jan. 20 discovered the victim on the walkway in the 300 block of Seventh Avenue in the East Village, struggling with a minimum of one gunshot injury to his upper body, Shebloski stated. Reed passed away at the scene.
“It is still early in the examination, and little is understood about the scenarios leading up to the [victim’s] death,” Shebloski stated. “However, investigators have actually found out the victim had a quick spoken fight with the [shooter] and members of his group in the location of 600 L Street instantly preceding the shooting.”
Following the shooting, some members of the killer’s group left in a white Jeep SUV while 2 others were thought to have actually faced a close-by multi-story parking lot.
Cops stopped an SUV matching the description of the trip car in the 300 block of Fifth Avenue and apprehended a male and 2 females for questioning, in addition to a 2nd male on foot thought to perhaps have actually been with the other 3.
Officers, on the other hand, surrounded the structure where the other 2 suspects were thought to potentially be concealing and hired a SWAT group. After a number of hours, the workers had the ability to completely browse the parking structure, figuring out that the set of guys they were searching for were not there.