SANTA MARIA, Calif. - Two known gang members have been arrested for the shooting on Sunday afternoon on Curryer and Cypress in Santa Maria.
Authorities arrested 21-year-old Pedro Ramirez on Sunday night, and 22-year-old Uriel Delgado turned himself in the next morning at the police station. Police say Ramirez and Delgado are both known and documented members of a Santa Maria street gang. Ramirez was also on Post Community Release Supervision, as a result of AB 109.
Police say they were responsible for a shooting at the area of Curryer and Cypress on Sunday. The investigation revealed that a car drove by a residential victim, and suspects in the car shot at a victim. Santa Maria Police Department Gang Detectives were called in to investigate, and eventually located the suspect's car/
Ramirez and Delgado were booked into Santa Barbara County Jail on attempted murder and street gang enhancement charges.
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