Friends say Quintanar tried to defuse the situation but the suspect fired one shot into his chest at close range and ran away.
Beach’s attorney, Gregory Knapp, said his client didn’t mean to kill Campos, and will plead not guilty to a murder charge. By participating in online discussions you acknowledge that you have agreed to the TERMS OF SERVICE.
A suspect has been arrested in the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old man who friends say died trying to diffuse an argument in a Riverside church parking lot late last month. 28, Officer Ryan Railsback said in a news release sent early Friday morning.
Campos, a truck driver from the Los Angeles-area city of La Puente, had been in Las Vegas for a bachelor party with his brothers, relatives said.
He did not regain consciousness before he was pronounced dead Thursday at a Las Vegas hospital.
Police have arrested a 26-year-old man, who cannot be identified until charges have been laid. Randy Fincham said the dash cam video will be part of the police investigation.
Robert Stepp, Jr., who was wanted by the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office following an alleged attack with a hammer on another man in Garberville about this morning, was detained by the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office about p.m.James Michael Beach, 27, was arrested Sunday after police say he was identified in security videos leaving the sidewalk scene where Luis Campos, 45, was fatally injured early April 30.Beach also uses the name James Michael Garcia, according to police and court records.The video shows one driver getting out of his vehicle and punching another driver, who was in his car, through a rolled-down window.Several witnesses saw the altercation, and a police officer who was across the street on another matter was called.“Most of the inhabitants of this city are a bunch of fucking cowards that couldn’t fight their way out of a paper bag.” Chapman, 41, of San Francisco describes himself on his website as a “protector of freedom” and “destroyer of antifa,” or anti-fascists.