Two arrested in connection to two separate shooting investigations
Photos: Roseville Police Department
Originally published 8-7-20 via Facebook
by the Roseville Police Department:
“On July 6, patrol officers responded to a shooting near the intersection of Riverside Avenue and Cirby Way that left one subject deceased and another in the hospital with gunshot wounds. Detectives have since located the suspect vehicle, a Toyota Camry, and processed it for evidence.
Detectives have made significant progress to identify the suspects involved in the homicide, but still have further investigation to complete.
In an incident on July 28, officers responded to a drive-by shooting in the 100 block of B Street in which a subject driving a distinct Honda Accord fired multiple rounds into two separate residences. Officers learned the Honda involved in the drive-by shooting was associated with Julio Rodriguez. Officers also learned Rodriguez was the boyfriend of Angela Cornaggia, the mother of the July 6 homicide victim.
Unrelated to the drive-by shooting investigation, detectives had previously arranged a follow-up meeting with Cornaggia regarding the July 6 homicide investigation. When Cornaggia arrived at the Police Department yesterday afternoon, investigators discovered that Rodriguez had driven Cornaggia to the Police Department. Officers were able to take Rodriguez into custody without incident. Officers learned that the vehicle they arrived in was rented by Cornaggia using a stolen ID.
Officers located the Honda and handgun used in the July 28 drive-by shooting as well as an AR-15 rifle and a tactical vest. A search of the vehicle used in the July 28 drive-by shooting revealed evidence of the shooting.
During this investigation, Detectives learned that Cornaggia was in possession of a stolen Missouri driver’s license, stolen Social Security card, and narcotics.
Cornaggia was arrested for identity theft, possession of narcotics, and a warrant out of Sacramento County for a prior identity theft case. Julio Rodriguez was arrested on multiple charges including being a felon in possession of a firearm, using a firearm in the commission of a crime, discharging a firearm at an inhabited building, attempted murder, possession of meth for sale, and a parole violation.”