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Saturday, 16 January 2010

Julio Amezcua Cabrera, 26, is accused of gang-motivated attempted murder


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Julio Amezcua Cabrera, 26, is accused of gang-motivated attempted murder for the 7:30 p.m. shooting just outside Watsonville city limits near Holohan Road. His bail is $750,000.No one was shot that evening, but a stray bullet whizzed through the window of a passing car, deputies said. The intended target was a 28-year-old Watsonville man with a history of gang affiliation, prosecutor Charlie Baum said.Cabrera's brother, 34-year-old Evaristo Amezcua Cabrera, faces charges of assault and battery, witness intimidation and gang involvement stemming from the same incident, Baum said. His bail is set at $35,000.In Heather Morse's Watsonville courtroom Friday, public defenders Ted Meneice and James McMillan appeared for the defendants. The case is due back in court Tuesday.Baum said he expects a bail motion and possible pleas then. He added he would oppose any bail reduction due to public safety concerns.Patrick said more witnesses would help solidify their understanding of what happened that evening."We would love to talk to those witnesses," he said. "This is a shooting in public; it's a priority."Watsonville police arrested the Cabreras near Hall and Pini roads, records show. They listed their occupation as construction workers.Another man arrested shortly after officers were summoned to the scene has not been charged and his role is still being investigated, authorities said.


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