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Arrest Made In Tulare Quinceanera Shooting

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Tulare County Sheriff's Deputies have made an arrest in a deadly weekend shooting at a Quinceanera.

Bolivar Ambriz of Dinuba has been arrested for shooting three people, killing one of them, during the party at the Cutler Latin American Club Saturday.

Officers say that Ambriz got into an argument with 22-year-old Robert John Hernandez, which resulted in him shooting and killing Hernandez.

He also shot 21-year-old Noel Espinoza, before running into 41-year-old Jose Villegas, a security guard at the party. Villegas and Ambriz shot at each other, but despite his wounds, Ambriz was still able to flee the scene.

He didn't get far though, Ambriz was caught by another security guard a short distance from the crime, and detained until deputies arrived.

Espinoza, Villegas and Ambriz were all taken to a local hospital where they are all listed in stable condition.

Ambriz is now facing murder charges and two counts of attempted murder.

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