Yuma police investigating shooting; one suspect in custody
Story by 13 On Your Side Newsroom
YUMA, Ariz. (13 On Your Side) - We have an update for you on the shooting at 3:00 am on Wednesday morning, near 13th Avenue and 8th Street.
Detectives continue to investigate the shooting that left one man in the hospital, but police are still looking for a second suspect.
They arrested Marco Navarrete, 22, and booked him into jail for attempted murder.
Police believe he shot a 46-year-old man in the foot after an argument escalated.
victim has been treated and released from the hospital.
Police have wrapped up the crime scene and reopened the roads that were taped off as they investigated.
Now, the investigations bureau is looking for Angel Salazar, 20, for questioning.
He is described as being about 6'1", and weighing about 260 pounds.
This is an update on a story. For the full story, see the exerpt below.
Police are actively investigating a crime scene on the corner of 13th Avenue and 8th Street, where a man shot another man in the foot at around 3:00 am this morning.
The entire area has been taped off, and there are several crime scene investigators looking to find out what exactly happened in a shooting that took place early this morning.
Police tell us they have one suspect in custody, but they have not released any other details about who he is or why he shot a 46-year-old man in the foot.
Police investigators say an argument may have led to the shooting.
The victim was rushed to Yuma Regional Medical Center with gunshot wounds to the foot.
Officers will remain in the area of the crime scene and part block is still block off.
The Yuma Police Department encourages anyone with information about this case to please Sgt. Ron Rodriguez at (928) 373-4678 or the Yuma Police Department (928) 373-4700 or 78-Crime to remain anonymous. Remember if your information leads to an arrest you may receive up to a $1,000 cash reward.
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