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Jury convicts 2 King Town gang customers of murder in 2019 Greenfield capturing


By Bay Town Information Provider

A jury in Salinas has convicted two alleged gang associates from King Town in the 2019 murder of a male they mistakenly assumed was a member of a rival gang for the reason that he was wearing the colour crimson.

The jury identified guilty 21-calendar year-previous Eduardo Anaya Solis (also regarded as Sleepy) and 24-year-outdated Jose Armando Juarez (also known as Visits) of murder, conspiracy to dedicate murder, shooting at an occupied dwelling and road terrorism for their involvement in the murder of Charles Adolfo Jose, 19, of Greenfield.

According to an announcement Thursday from Monterey County District Attorney Jeannine M. Pacioni, prosecutors said Solis assembled two fellow Sureño gang members on Jan. 13, 2019, to obtain and destroy a rival Norteño gang member in Greenfield.

Solis, Juarez and some co-conspirators traveled in two cars as they searched for rival gang members. Prosecutors claimed the autos went by the dwelling of Jose, who they suspected of remaining a member of the rival Norteño gang simply because he was wearing red as he cleaned a car or truck exterior a friend’s house in Greenfield.

Prosecutors reported Jose was not a gang member.

Solis and an additional shooter returned to the dwelling wherever Jose was and fired 24 rounds at him, 6 of which struck him, in accordance to prosecutors. The remaining shots struck two occupied households and a few vehicles close by.

Jose died at the scene.

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