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Monday, 1 March 2010

Nestor Castillo who police believe is a gang member, was arrested a few hours later


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Separate shootings that killed two 17-year-old Las Vegas girls this weekend are gang-related, police said.Both shootings happened on the city’s east side within a six hour span from Friday night to Saturday morning.
The first victim, Jannet Sanchez was shot in the face at a home on Beaconfalls Way, near Vegas Valley Drive and Nellis Boulevard.
Sanchez was rushed to Sunrise Hospital in critical condition but died of her injuries Sunday.No arrests have been made.
The second shooting happened just after midnight Saturday during a party at a home on Clancy Street near Judson Avenue.According to an arrest report, 19-year-old Alexander Nestor Castillo had fired a shotgun into the air outside his home in an attempt to break up a fight among partygoers.Witnesses said Castillo went to put the gun away in a second floor bedroom when the gun went off, shooting 17-year-old Priscilla Castillo-Roque, who was on the first floor.One witness told police Castillo rushed downstairs, realized he had shot the girl, and fled the house with the gun and a box of money.
The victim died at University Medical Center.
Castillo, who police believe is a gang member, was arrested a few hours later at a home where authorities said he was hiding with fellow gang members.
Police said they found ammunition, marijuana and drug paraphernalia in Castillo’s home.


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