Jonathan Rodriguez-Zamora charged with drive-by capturing that wounded three in Lengthy Seaside
LONG BEACH (CBSLA) – On Tuesday, charges were brought against a Wilmington man accused of injuring three people while driving a car over the weekend in downtown Moncton, the Los Angeles District Attorney said.
Jonathan Rodriguez-Zamora, 23, was charged with attempted murder on three counts in connection with the shooting.
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Filming took place on Saturday around 7:30 p.m. in front of the Hooters restaurant on Shoreline Drive and Aquarium Way. According to the authorities, two men and a 13-year-old boy were injured.
Police said the shots were fired from a vehicle and a bullet went through the restaurant’s front door and one of the victims ran into the restaurant to seek help.
“I understand it was a very chaotic scene,” said Moncton Police Chief Robert Luna after the shooting. “Thank goodness we had several officers on site and our officers are amazing.”
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Shortly after the shooting, officers stopped a vehicle believed to have been involved in the shooting and arrested Rodriguez-Zamora and two minors – one 15-year-old and one 17-year-old. As the police announced, a firearm was recovered from the vehicle.
It was initially unclear whether charges were brought against the young people.
Rodriguez-Zamora is due to be indicted on July 13.
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