Authorities said that three suspects, two adults and a juvenile, were apprehended on Thursday for allegedly opening fire from a vehicle at a group of ten people who were standing together on a street in Passaic one month ago.
The incident took place on Monroe Street on March 26 at about 10 o’clock in the evening. According to a statement released by the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office, nobody was hurt in the incident.
Kenneth Garcia, 21, Luis Ledesma, 22, each from Passaic; and a sixteen-year-old boy whose identity was not disclosed due of his age, the office claimed that detectives finally identified the three suspected shooters as Kenny Garcia, Luis Ledesma, and a 16-year-old.
The Unfortunate Occurrence
According to the investigators, the three individuals have been charged with a wide range of felonies, including ten counts of attempting to kill, several instances of severe assault, and a number of violations linked to firearms.
Additionally, Garcia and Ledesma have been charged with employment a juvenile as a result of the kid reportedly being present among them at the exact moment of the shooting that occurred.
Following a 12-day examination by the law enforcement agency and detectives affiliated with the Passaic Police department.
All three were taken into custody on Thursday and charged with further drug and weapon-related felonies, according to authorities. The office was in charge of conducting the inquiry.
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The prosecutors said that they planned to submit requests for jail time before trial for both Ledesma and Garcia, and that these petitions would be reviewed by a judge from the superior court at a future meeting.