A 21-year-old man was imprisoned on suspicions of murder on Saturday in connection with the fatal shooter of a navy…
A 21-year-old man was imprisoned on suspicions of murder on Saturday in connection with the fatal shooter of a navy man who stopped helping a roadside driver on Interstate 15, San Diego police said Sunday.
Brandon Acuna, who was taken into custody and questioned shortly after the shot, was later arrested with suspicions of first-degree murder and burglary. San Diego Police Lt. Anthony Dupree declined to specify Acuna’s participation in the killing and allow others to have been involved in the Saturday War.
Victim, 21-year-old Curtis Adams, was with her girlfriend when they discovered a man standing next to a white vehicle on the shoulder of the highway near Interstate 5 on the ramp at 02:20, Dupree said.
The couple took over to help. When Adam left his vehicle, he was immediately shot.
Sagittarius came back in his vehicle and fled south.
Soon after, California’s highway patrol officers sent a warning that a similar vehicle was stopped in north-east I-5 near 32nd Street. A man was also seen to leave the vehicle.
The officers found the man on Newton Street, later identified as Acuna, and he was taken in custody.
Investigators also suspect that Acuna was involved in a second shooter that occurred about 1
0 minutes before slaughter by Adams. In that case, the police said a man was postponed after breaking suspiciously who broke into his vehicle on the Mount Street border in Mount Hope.
Detectives work to determine who was involved in that event and everyone’s level of involvement, including Acunas.