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Crime9 Suspects In Ortiz Shooting Could Spend Next Year In Prison

18:40  15 june  2019
18:40  15 june  2019 Source:   patch.com

Here’s what we know about the suspects charged in connection with the shooting of David Ortiz

Here’s what we know about the suspects charged in connection with the shooting of David Ortiz At least two suspects are currently in custody in connection with the shooting of retired Red Sox legend David Ortiz Sunday night in his native Santo Domingo. Here’s what we know about the alleged assailants. 1] Eddy Vladimir Féliz Garcia — The 23-year-old Garcia stands accused of driving the gunman to the night spot where Ortiz was shot in the back. The beloved former slugger is currently recovering at Mass. General. Garcia made an initial court appearance in Santo Domingo Tuesday night and remains in police custody.

Three more suspects — two of whom were already in prison for other crimes — have been identified in connection with the planned attack on former Red Sox star David Ortiz , according to Dominican Republic authorities. Lanny Estefanny Perez Reyes, Jose Eduardo Ciprian and Carlos Rafael Alvarez

Suspects rounded up or wanted in the targeted attack on David Ortiz include several with prior criminal records — one believed to be wanted for attempted murder in Pennsylvania authorities have released a mug shot of Rivas-Clase that strongly resembles the suspect in an image provided by Dominican

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Nine suspects indicted Friday night could spend up to a year in prison while the investigation into David Ortiz's shooting continues, prosecutors said. A 10th person reportedly turned himself in Friday.

The man accused of shooting Ortiz Sunday night reportedly said Ortiz wasn't the target the what authorities said was an orchestrated hit on the Red Sox legend. Rolfi Ferreira Cruz said he was confused about what color clothes his target was wearing.

The prosecutor's office rejected Ferreira Cruz's statement.

More information about the shooting - including the motive and who was behind it - could come out next week, prosecutors said.

Man wanted in shooting of David ‘Big Papi’ Ortiz also sought for PA shooting: report

Man wanted in shooting of David ‘Big Papi’ Ortiz also sought for PA shooting: report A man linked to the shooting of Boston Red Sox star David “Big Papi” Ortiz is also a suspect in a Pennsylvania shooting, according to a report. Luis Alfredo Rivas Clase, aka “the Surgeon,” was identified Wednesday as one of the seven people responsible for the bungled hit on the future hall of famer in the Dominican Republic Sunday. Clase, 31, of Reading, Pa, is still being sought. NBC 10 reported that Clase was charged with conspiracy to commit homicide for a shooting in Reading in April 2018. His victim was shot in the lower back but survived.

Police arrest 2nd suspect in Ortiz shooting . Enraged fans captured the 25- year -old motorcyclist and beat him bloody before handing him over to police. Doctors in Santo Domingo removed Ortiz 's gallbladder and part of his intestines, and he was flown to Boston for further treatment Monday night

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) — One of the suspects being sought in the shooting of former Red Sox superstar David Ortiz is believed to Pennsylvania authorities released a mug shot of Rivas-Clase that strongly resembles the suspect in an image provided by Dominican authorities, who

Read: Alleged David Ortiz Gunman Also Wanted For NJ Crimes

Ortiz was shot Sunday night in his hometown of Santo Domingo, the Dominican capital. Police said he was shot once in the back in close range. He was rushed to a Dominican hospital and flown to Massachusetts General Hospital Monday night after the Boston Red Sox arranged an air ambulance transport.

Ortiz, who suffered significant organ damage, was in "guarded condition" in the intensive care unit at MGH, his wife, Tiffany Ortiz, said in a statement Thursday afternoon. Ortiz has spoken to family, sat up and taken some steps in recent days.

Dominican AG: Ortiz shooting result of mistaken identity.
The Dominican Republic's lead prosecutor says former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz was not the target of a shooting in a nightclub in his hometown on June 9. Attorney General Jean Alain Rodríguez says the target was another man, dressed similarly to Ortiz, who was seated with the ex-baseball star on the night of the June 9 shooting at a bar in Santo Domingo. Rodríguez says the shooting was orchestrated by a member of Mexico's Gulf Cartel, who remains on the run. He did not immediately describe a motive. Ortiz remains hospitalized from the gunshot wound to his back.

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