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Ozuna was jailed for
shooting two security personnel at the Miracle Mile Shops parking lot.( LVMPD). Police tape blocks off a part of the parking lot at World Hollywood on July 13, 2017. (NevadaCheng/Twitter). LAS VEGAS (FOX5)-. Las Vegas Metro cops jailed Jonathan Ozuna for shooting 2
security guards at the Miracle Mile Shops on the Las Vegas Strip Thursday evening. According to Officer Mike Rodriguez, of Las Vegas City authorities, a break-in took place at 7 p.m. at the Sunglass Hut inside the Miracle Mile Shops. Two suspects allegedly stole sunglasses from the shop. At 7:46 p.m., guard who were investigating the occurrence prior to authorities showed up spotted the suspects and chased them, Rodriguez said. As the suspects were aiming to leave, among them shot the guard in the third floor of a parking lot. One guard was shot in the hand and the other was shot in the neck. Both were taken to Sunrise Injury with non-life threatening injuries.
City said as an outcome of examination and “citizen tips,” Ozuna, 34, was apprehended at about 12:30 p.m. Friday in the 6400 block of West Lake Mead. Ozuna was reserved on two counts of tried murder, break-in with a firearm, grand larceny, conspiracy to devote grand larceny and conspiracy to devote burglary.
A FOX5 viewer sent out a video of the scene at World Hollywood.
( Caution: This video contains nasty language).
An agent for the Wonder Mile Shops launched a declaration specifying, “At this time we can validate the Las Vegas Metropolitan Cops Department is examining a shooting that took place inside the parking garage at Wonder Mile Shops. There were no serious injuries. We are cooperating fully with law enforcement officials.”
Anybody with info on the occurrence is advised to call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.
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