Four Garland teenagers involved in the January’s shooting incident resulting with two injured have been arrested, police
Garland, Texas – Four teenagers have been arrested wanted for the shooting that took place last month in Garland’s Park, the local police department confirmed.
According to the incident report, the shooting took place at Armstrong Park on January 10 when two groups totaling 16 people showed to fight.
The fight evolved into shooting which resulted with two teenagers shot. Luckily, they only suffered non-life-threatening injuries and survived after being treated in hospital.
A month after the shooting incident, the local authorities were able to arrest four teenagers who are believed to be responsible for the shooting that happened that day.
An unnamed 16-year-old is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, while Hiram Cruz, Christopher Mauricio, and Joey Rosas, who are all 17, face a variety of weapons charges.
In addition to the arrests, the police seized undisclosed amount of drugs and weapons.
A neighbor’s security camera caught part of the gunfight.