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  • Monday, November 03, 2014

     

    Memorial funds established, suspects arrested

     COMMUNITY UPDATE
    Memorial funds established for victims as
    Suspects arrested in Halloween hit-and-run

    Santa Ana Police announced they had arrested 31 year old Jaquinn Ramone Bell on Sunday in a motel in Stanton as the suspected driver in the Halloween hit-and-run that killed three 13 year old girls: twins Lexi Huerta and Lexandra Huerta; and Andrea Gonzalez. Bell was charged with felony hit-and-run causing death.

    The police announces at a Monday November 3 press conference that the suspect had a suspended license and they believed that Bell's two children ages 14 and 17 were in the car with him when he allegedly hit the three girls the fled the scene. Bell's children were initially taken into protective custody then released to  their guardians. 

    Two other adults were arrested then released pending an investigation.

    Police also released a photograph of the 2001 Honda CRV that they believed was involved in the hit-and run and they are in the process of collecting evidence.  The SUV was found abandoned  a few blocks away.



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