Prosecutors filed murder and assault charges Friday against a second suspect who allegedly took part in a fatal La Jolla drive-by shooting in June.
Police arrested Malik Joshua Campbell, 20, Wednesday for his alleged role in the June 23 death of Nina Silver.
Silver, 20, suffered gunshot wounds as she stood in an alley in the 7500 block of Cuvier Street. Bullets struck three others at the scene.
Odyssey Sellers Carrillo, 18, who officers arrested in July, faces charges of murder, assault with a deadly weapon and evading arrest.
Police and prosecutors have not revealed what led to either man’s arrest, nor whether either of them fired a gun that night. Both men are due back in court Oct. 8.
At Carillo’s arraignment, Deputy District Attorney Ted Fiorito said an argument sparked the 12:30 a.m. shooting. Following the altercation, someone fired “a volley of nine rounds” into a crowd of people.
San Diego police said a light-colored sedan headed north along the alley. As it proceeded through, an occupant fired several rounds at the victims.
Silver died, while another victim suffered life-threatening injuries. A second victim received a facial wound, while a third was hit in the arm, Fiorito said in July.
Carrillo was arrested following a high-speed police pursuit with police, during which he allegedly tossed unspecified evidence from a car window.
– City News Service
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