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Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Daniel G. Triviz and Arnulfo Vasquez were arrested Monday and charged

Daniel G. Triviz and Arnulfo Vasquez, both 27 and with addresses at 2200 Holiday Ave. in Las Cruces, were arrested Monday and charged for their part in the incident, according to a police news release. Triviz is charged with two counts of shooting at or from a motor vehicle, intentional child abuse and tampering with evidence. Vasquez is charged with aggravated assault.Shortly after 1 p.m. Monday, Las Cruces Police were alerted to a drive-by shooting that occurred on west Amador Avenue. Police learned that Vasquez was driving a blue truck and chasing a Cadillac on Amador Avenue. Vasquez eventually got in front of the Cadillac and forced it to come to a stop. Triviz then drove by in a gray Monte Carlo and fired at least four shots from a small-caliber handgun toward the Cadillac, police said.The Cadillac's driver, his girlfriend and their 10-month-old daughter all escaped without injury.Las Cruces Police located the truck and Monte Carlo at 2200 Holiday where Triviz and Vasquez were arrested, police said.Triviz is being held at the Dona Ana County Detention Center on a $25,000 bond. Bond for Vasquez was set at $5,000.Las Cruces Police are continuing to investigate the incident.



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