Anaheim man captured in connection to a series of BB gun shootings along the 91 Fwy
The California Highway Patrol said Wednesday they've arrested a man on suspicion of being involved in a string of BB gun shootings along the 91-Freeway, the LA Times first reported.
What we know:
CHP claimed that over 100 vehicles have had their windows smashed or shot out last month from LA County to Riverside County.
There have been no reports of injuries as a result of the shooting.
Update: CHP arrested 34-year-old Anaheim resident Jesse Leal Rodriguez, per KCAL-9.
Rodriguez was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and held on a $750,000 bond at the Robert Presley Detention Center in Riverside.
What they're saying:
The Riverside police spokesperson: Officer Ryan Railsback, said Riverside patrol officers saw an SUV matching the suspect's vehicle near Magnolia and Hole Ave and conducted a traffic stop. The driver was placed under arrest, and the officers would later call the CHP.
CHP Assistant Cheif Donald Goodbrand said, "Further investigation is actively being conducted to confirm if this individual is the suspect associated with the recent BB gun incidents that have been occurring in Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles counties."