The man blamed for lethally wounding another man in the parking garage of a Temecula Walmart was recognized by experts on Thursday as a 40-year-old nearby inhabitant.
James Fortney was captured on doubt of intentional homicide regarding the demise of 19-year-old Kevin Rodriguez, as indicated by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office.
Despite the fact that Fortney was held at the scene after Rodriguez was killed Wednesday, he was formally captured soon after 12 pm Thursday morning, as indicated by Riverside County imprison records.
Sheriff’s authorities have just affirmed that some kind of “quarrel” occurred between the two men previously Fortney wounded Rodriguez to death around 12:15 p.m. outside the store in the 32200 piece of Temecula Parkway.
Be that as it may, in a meeting with KTLA Wednesday, Rodriguez’s folks say his better half saw the whole difficulty and cases it was a frequency of street seethe.
“They saw the person initially sounding at a woman experiencing the crosswalk. She said there was a considerable measure of activity and this person seemed as though he was getting extremely terrible tension,” said Atticus Rodriguez, the casualty’s dad.
After about hitting Kevin’s auto, Fortney escaped his vehicle and assaulted the casualty while recording the horrifying demise, Atticus said.
Rodriguez kicked the bucket in the wake of being transported to the clinic for treatment, as indicated by the Sheriff’s Department.
The Murrieta 19-year-old acted as an independent videographer, as indicated by his Instagram account, where he had more than 37,500 adherents.
He was likewise a “cherishing” beau, child, sibling and cousin, who was “loaded with life and enterprise,” said the creator of a GoFundMe page set up to help pay for his memorial service costs.
Authorities are proceeding to explore the occurrence, yet have discharged little data.