2 In Custody, 2 Others Sought In Grand Junction Crime Spree
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) – Police in Grand Junction say two suspects are in custody and two others are being sought in connection with a one-day crime spree that involved a slaying, two armed robberies and a home burglary.
Police say Lester Isaac Miranda-Davis, 18, was booked into the Mesa County jail early Friday, and Christian Fuentes, 20, is being held in Alameda County in California on an alleged parole violation.
Police believe two other suspects, Jaime Cardenas, 19, and Fidel Silva, 24, may have fled Colorado.
All four face charges of first-degree murder, attempted murder, aggravated robbery, felony menacing, first-degree burglary and first-degree assault.
The Daily Sentinel reports the crime spree left 31-year-old Jorge Alberto Carrasco dead July 16 outside a Taco Bell restaurant.
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