Bulldog Gang Member Arrested in Fresno Shooting Investigation
FRESNO – After a nine-day investigation, the Fresno Police Department arrested a Bulldog gang member suspected of being responsible for shooting a man multiple times earlier this month.
Police discovered the victim of the shooting on January 14. The victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his upper torso and was transported to Community Regional Medical Center.
Detectives followed leads from Facebook and the local record management system and put together a photographic lineup of possible suspects. The victim was able to pick out 28-year-old Antonio Jaurequi, a Bulldog gang member, as the person responsible for the shooting, according to the police department.
On the night of January 23, detectives and police dogs surrounded Jaurequi’s apartment on North Chestnut Avenue. When the suspect went outside to smoke a cigarette, detectives were able to arrest him without incident, according to the police department.
Detectives found a .45 caliber handgun in the apartment that was disassembled and hidden in various places. It is believed to be the gun used in the shooting.
Fresno Bee: Fresno gang member arrested