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*Santa Rosa, Fatal Shooting 18-Year-Old Man In The 1000 Block Of Grand Avenue,Luis Suarez

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Santa Rosa police are investigating the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old man in the 1000 block of Grand Avenue near Pressley Street Monday night. Luis Suarez was found with multiple gunshot wounds when police responded to the South Park neighborhood around 9:40 p.m. and was pronounced dead at the scene, Sgt. Lisa Banayat said today. Police are looking for a late model red vehicle with chrome rims and rectangular taillights, Banayat said.Detectives are following leads and witness statements and trying to determine if the shooting is gang-related.The Sonoma County Alliance’s “Take Back Our Community” program has offered a $2,500 reward for information that leads to the arrest of the suspect, police said.Please call the Fugitive Watch hot line at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or text tip at 408-355-0999 if you have any information regarding this incident.

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  • something people should stop writing like this j.oliver guy is that all that is gang related.Luis Suarez was my cousin and i knew him and everything he did. my cousin got confused with somebody else. nobody was there at the moment to see if all this was gang related. my cousin Luis Suarez was not a gang related kid. before he got shot they were chasing somebody else. that means that the killers were just trying to make problems….and yes i agree that you try to take all this gang violence out of the community because it just hurting other families.

  • If you see tagging there are gang issues. These kids dont walk across town to tag, they live there. Of course this is gang related. Nortenos are trying to “take back” VSP. Which has been floaded with Surenos “looky loos” (more border brotherish)What this community needs is all the OG’s that know better to reachout to these kids, not some fresh out of the academy cop or college brat telling them theres a better way.

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