Third Suspect Arrested in Bank of America Shooting

Livermore Police say all three suspects are known gang members.

Livermore Police have arrested a third suspect in connection with the Dec. 21 shooting at the Bank of America at 1748 Railroad Ave.

According to a statement released by police, the third suspect, 20-year-old Jose Bravo of Stockton, was "located, identified and later arrested" by detectives on Jan. 10.

Vicente Rodriguez Jr., 31,  and a second unidentified suspect, both from Stockton, were arrested near the Bank of America soon after the shooting, which did not injure anyone. Police are not identifying the second suspect, who is a minor. The minor is being charged as an adult in this case.

All three of the suspects, who police say are known gang members, are being charged with attempted murder, shooting into an occupied vehicle, possession of a concealed firearm and a gang enhancement section.

The shooting caused a brief lock down at Livermore High School, while police searched for the suspects.

Scanner guy January 25, 2013 at 04:19 AM
Sounds like you are a prison expert Ryan, please enlighten the rest of us so we can discuss topics to your liking. You are obviously a very mature person by the sarcastic comments you make to people who express their opinion on a subject. BTW I am moving on, you bore me!!
Lmr January 25, 2013 at 05:45 AM
Scanner Guy, I decided not to engage any more. But...... you made me laugh.
Scanner guy January 25, 2013 at 06:32 AM
You have to laugh LMR, and let the childish comments roll off your back. Believe me I can be a very sarcastic ahole, but I choose not to. It's called being a mature adult not afraid to voice my opinion no matter what others think.
Karyn January 25, 2013 at 04:48 PM
I'm with Scanner guy...Ryan, you need to move on
Steve February 07, 2013 at 12:57 AM
When we finally run out of money.....BANG! like they do in Chinee,....... hawee!.Sometimes I think that there are so many people that we will be forced to be this drastic.I have been in some tough positions in my 56 years but I always tried to do the right thing and find work to help my family.


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