US Federal indictments filed against 4 arrested after deadly deputy shooting

01:00  08 november  2019
01:00  08 november  2019 Source:   kcra.com

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The Department of Justice has announced federal indictments against four men who were arrested in connection with the shooting death of El Dorado County Deputy Brian Ishmael.

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Investigators said Ishmael, 37, was ambushed while responding to reports of a marijuana theft Oct. 23 in the Somerset area.

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Homeowner Christopher Gary Ross, 47; Romiro Bravo Morales, 22; Juan Carlos Vasquez-Orozco, 20; and Jorge Lamas, 25, were arrested after Ishmael's death on a variety of charges.

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Five federal cases that involved police work done by some of the accused officers already have been The indictments also will have an effect “on numerous active investigations and pending cases in Local defense attorneys said the arrests could also result in appeals or upend the prosecution of

At a news conference Thursday afternoon, federal prosecutors alleged that private-land marijuana cultivation resulted in Ishmael's death.

The four men are facing additional, federal charges of conspiring to cultivate marijuana, cultivating marijuana and discharging a firearm during and in relation to a drug-trafficking offense, according to federal prosecutors.

Vasquez and Morales were also charged with being an illegal alien in possession of a firearm, officials said.

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Detectives said Ishmael unknowingly responded to the illegal marijuana grow in the area of Sand Ridge Road and was ambushed by Vasquez-Orozco with gunfire. He was previously charged with murder and assault with a deadly weapon.

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Morales is facing the lesser felony charge of accessory after the fact. Prosecutors believe Morales aided Vasquez-Orozco following the deadly shooting.

Investigators said Ross called 911 to report the theft but did not disclose he had a business relationship involving marijuana cultivation with the suspects he was reporting to authorities. Ross faces a murder charge in addition to involuntary manslaughter.

Lamas called 911 nearly five hours after the shooting and was later arrested.


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