San Diego

1 Dead, Another Injured In Barrio Logan Shooting

SAN DIEGO, CA — A San Diego man is accused of killing his nephew in a Friday taking pictures that additionally wounded a bystander at a well-liked San Diego restaurant.

(*1*) they responded to studies of a taking pictures on the 2100 block of Logan Avenue, within the Barrio Logan neighborhood, on Friday at round 7:40 p.m. A 36-year-old patron on the Border X Brewing restaurant was discovered struck within the head by a stray bullet that handed by the wall from a neighboring condo, officers stated. The man, whose title isn’t being launched right now, was transported to a close-by hospital with non-life-threatening accidents.

Officers say they discovered a person down in a neighboring condo on the 900 block of Sampson Street. They discovered a person strolling round within the condo, and say that he refused to cooperate with the investigation and would solely communicate to them by a window. Officers say that they noticed him with a firearm, and heard a minimum of one gunshot from contained in the condo throughout negotiations.

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The SWAT and Emergency Negotiation Team responded, and at 11:00 p.m., the person, recognized as 45-year-old Ramiro Cervantes, left the condo and was taken into custody with out incident. He has been booked into jail on costs of homicide and an impressive felony warrant.

The sufferer was pronounced useless on the scene. He has been recognized as a 33-year-old Latino male. Preliminary proof reveals that he was Cervantes’ nephew.

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Anyone with additional info is requested to name the San Diego Homicide Unit at 619-531-2293 or Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.


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