Two males from Lancaster have been arrested in reference to a taking pictures this week on the northbound 405 Freeway that left one other individual injured, in line with authorities.
The suspects, 24-year-old Elijah Allen Inexperienced and 18-year-old Jaiden Allen Inexperienced, have been taken into custody Tuesday, in line with the California Freeway Patrol. The lads are brothers, CHP Officer Weston Haver mentioned.
Officers responded round 3:24 p.m. Monday to a report of a car-to-car taking pictures on the northbound 405 Freeway, north of Victory Boulevard.
Earlier than officers arrived, the suspects fled the scene of their car and the sufferer drove to a hospital the place he was handled for a non-life-threatening gunshot wound, the CHP mentioned.
Investigators mentioned that the suspects had robbed the sufferer on metropolis streets earlier than driving off, and that the sufferer chased them onto the freeway, the place their autos crashed into one another.
“Instantly after the crash, a passenger within the suspect car discharged a firearm on the sufferer car, hanging the sufferer with one spherical,” the CHP mentioned. “Witnesses to the taking pictures, in addition to Los Angeles Police Division detectives, have been in a position to present info which assisted CHP West Valley Space investigators and CHP Investigative Providers Unit detectives with this theft and tried murder investigation.”
On Tuesday, CHP detectives served search warrants at two areas in Lancaster and arrested the 2 suspects. Investigators additionally discovered unlawful firearms, authorities mentioned.
Each brothers have been booked on suspicion of theft and tried homicide, in line with the Freeway Patrol. Jaiden Inexperienced was additionally booked on suspicion of conspiracy to commit against the law.
Elijah Inexperienced was being held on $1-million bail, jail information present. Jaiden Inexperienced was being held on $750,000 bail.
Anybody with info on the taking pictures is requested to contact CHP’s West Valley Space workplace at (818) 888-0980.