LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –
Court records identified the guy accuseded of killing another man and kidnapping his ex-girlfriend Wednesday early morning in west Las Vegas.
Joseph Fernandez, 27, deals with charges of murder, first degree kidnapping, home invasion, theft, battery with a lethal weapon, and conspiracy.
Officers reacted to the shooting in the 3300 block of Robin Nest Court, near Desert Inn Roadway and Hualapai Method, at 3:49 a.m. Wednesday after next-door neighbors stated they heard a female yelling in the driveway.
Getting here officers found Terrell Jones with numerous gunshot wounds, authorities said. He was taken to University Medical Center where he was noticable dead.
Cops said the Fernandez went to his ex-girlfriend’s home, kicked down a door, shot Jones inside and abducted the woman.
Fernandez entrusted to the female in a gray BMW. He took his ex-girlfriend to Jessica Tolentino-Arciga’s house near Torrey Pines Drive and Tropicana Opportunity and repelled. According to Fernandez’s arrest report, he struck his ex-girlfriend numerous times in the head, pointed a weapon at her and told her she would be killed if she didn’t stop shrieking. He and Tolentino-Arciga forced the woman onto a bed, the report stated. Fernandez sent out Tolentino-Arciga to the house where Jones was shot to see if police had gotten here, cops said.
Soon, Fernandez’s vehicle was spotted by Metro’s air unit in the area of Jones Boulevard and Russell Roadway driving quickly and erratically. Officers utilized the PIT maneuver to basically make the suspect’s car spin out on northbound Interstate 15 and Tropicana Avenue. Fernandez was nabbed and carried to University Medical Center after he complained of chest discomforts.
Cops likewise took Tolentino-Arciga from the apartment or condo off Torrey Pines and Tropicana into custody. She is charged with conspiracy to kidnap and accessory to murder.
Police stated they are checking out the relationship between the suspect’s ex-girlfriend and the guy who died. Private investigators said they believed he was an acquaintance, not a boyfriend.
Detectives also stated the thought shooter was in a bike gang and his ex-girlfriend had a limiting order versus him given that Nov.
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