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Two Held In Connection To Fresno Shooting Death

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David Quevedo David Quevedo
Reyann Rodriguez Reyann Rodriguez
FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) -

Fresno Police on Thursday arrested two people connected to a central Fresno murder over the weekend.

David Quevedo, 24,and Reyann Rodriguez, 22, both of Fresno, were arrested in connection to the death of 35-year-old Omar Silva.

Police say both are members of the Bond Street Bulldog gang.

The shooting happened after fight between Silva's brother and Quevedo and Rodriguez.

About an hour and a half later, two gang members approached Silva's home, inquiring about Silva's brother.

Silva's 14-year-old daughter answered the door and told the two gang members that her uncle was not at the home. That's when Silva approached the door and was shot multiple times.

Police say Quevedo was the shooter and Rodriguez was the getaway driver, but more arrests could be possible.

 

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