4 Suspects Face Charges in Connection with a Paralyzed Shooting Victim
SAN RAFAEL — Four persons face charges involving a shooting that left a man suffering with possibly permanent paralysis. Three men and one woman were each located and arrested separately in January.
Officers responding to the shooting found a severely wounded man on January 23, who was transported to a hospital.
The victim and man who allegedly shot him knew each other. They were arguing at approximately 4:30 p.m., as they walked along Canal Street.
Detectives learned that a vehicle parked nearby while the two men argued. A woman momentarily stepped out of the vehicle, and she yelled for the suspect to shoot the victim.
Jose A. De La Cruz, 22 of Richmond, allegedly shot the victim, and then fled with the woman. Detectives identified her as Daisy E. Rodriguez, 24 of San Rafael.
A few hours later, Rodriguez was located driving a different car, and stopped on Bellam Road in San Rafael. Rodriguez was arrested January 23 at 7:57 p.m.
Rodriguez remains in custody in lieu of $850,000 bond. Her numerous charges include attempted murder, assault with a firearm, and participation in a criminal street gang.
De La Cruz was arrested in Richmond on January 30. De La Cruz presently faces open charges for attempted murder, and he is ineligible for release on bond.
On January 28, Edwin Gramajo-Reyes, 20 of Fairfax, was arrested for multiple charges. His charges include participating in a criminal street gang, assault with a deadly weapon and battery. He remains in custody in lieu of $150,000 bond.
Bryan D. Morales-Escobar, 24 of Petaluma, was arrested January 27, as an accessory after the fact. He allegedly helped conceal evidence, but he is no longer in custody.