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Friday, 18 June 2010

Search continues in gang-related shootings » Redding Record Searchlight


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Search continues in gang-related shootings » Redding Record Searchlight: "Wanted are:
n Justin Leslie Plympton, 21, and Daniel Pantoja, 18, with $100,000 warrants out for their arrest for their suspected involvement in a beating and drive-by shooting June 6 in the Enterprise area.
n Dylan Nathaniel Lane, 21, with a $500,000 warrant out for his arrest for allegedly recklessly firing a handgun and illegal possession of a loaded gun in public. Lane was the passenger in an SUV driven by Janet Funderburk, 20, of Redding, who was shot in the back and severely injured as she drove June 9 on East Cypress Avenue.
n An unnamed man, described as white, 25 to 30 years old, 6 feet, 3 inches tall, with a slight amount of hair on his chin, wanted for his role in a kidnap and attempted murder of Adam M. Santoya, 18, of Redding, early Monday morning in West Redding.
Police did make one arrest this week in what they say is a string of possibly connected, gang-related shootings.
Jacinto Jose Valdovino, 28, of Redding, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of attempted murder, kidnapping and being a member of a criminal street gang."


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