Local man, 27, found murdered in Jurupa Valley
JURUPA VALLEY, Calif., — A murder investigation is continuing today after a man was fatally shot in Jurupa Valley early Saturday morning, Oct. 9. No arrests have been made related to the shooting, which occurred in a residential neighborhood in the 5000 block of Samantha Place off of LaRue Street, between SR-60 and Mission Boulevard, according to officials.
This weekend’s deadly shooting follows another murder that occurred last Saturday morning, Oct. 2. No arrests have been made in that deadly shooting, which occurred in the 9700 block of Jurupa Road.
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Deputies from the Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Station were dispatched to the scene around 12:15 a.m. after receiving the report of a shooting, Riverside Sheriff’s Sergeant Steve Brosche has since reported.
“When deputies arrived they located an adult male, later identified as, Aimga Magallanes, a 27-year-old from Jurupa Valley, deceased at the scene,” the Sergeant explained; adding that the suspect(s) had already fled the scene prior to the deputies arrival and are currently outstanding.
Deputies secured the area as a crime scene and summoned investigators from the Jurupa Valley Station and Sheriff’s Central Homicide Unit, who ultimately assumed the investigation.
Citing the early and ongoing nature of the investigation, officials have declined to provide any further details.
Anyone with information regarding this investigation is encouraged to contact Investigator Deanne of the Central Homicide Unit at (951) 955-2777 or Investigator Medina at Jurupa Valley Station at (951) 955-2600. Callers can refer to incident file number JV212820001 and can remain anonymous. Citizens may also submit a tip using the Sheriff’s Homicide Tipline online form.
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