Shooting Suspect in Rancho Cucamonga Killing Arrested One Day Later

Shooting Suspect in Rancho Cucamonga Killing Arrested One Day Later

RANCHO CUCAMONGA – San Bernardino County Sheriff’s investigators have identified the suspect in Tuesday’s shooting that left a 46-year-old man dead.

The suspected shooter, Andre Lamont Taylor, 46 of San Bernardino, was arrested at Motel 6 near 4th Street and Baker Avenue in Ontario one day following the shooting. He’s accused of shooting Kevin Hall of Rancho Cucamonga at a motorcycle club at 10000 block of 6th Street.

When deputies arrived at the shooting scene at 10:41 p.m. on Tuesday, Hall was found suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. He was later pronounced dead after being taken to an area hospital. Deputies at the shooting scene had been told the victim and several members of a local motorcycle club were at a biker club that night to attend a memorial service for a fellow member.

“That’s when the shooting occurred,” said Detective Brendan Motley, a member of the Specialized Investigations Division. Motley did not report on whether there was an argument, nor did he specify a motive for the shooting. The killing took place at an industrial area complex.

Through investigation, Taylor was identified as the man responsible for shooting Hall. One day later, deputies from the county’s Specialized Enforcement Division located Hall at Motel 6 in Ontario. Taylor was arrested without incident.

Taylor, who is being charged with murder, was taken to the West Valley Detention Center. There has been no bail set on these charges. He was scheduled for a court appearance at Rancho Superior Court on Friday to face charges.

Note – this story was originally published stating that the shooting occurred outside the TC Custom Cycles shop, which is located in the same complex. That shop is not affiliated with the club and was not open at the time of the shooting. We regret the error and any confusion it has caused.

Shooting Suspect in Rancho Cucamonga Killing Arrested One Day Later was last modified: October 5th, 2015 by admin
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