One of the seven suspects in the shooting of former Boston Red Sox player David Ortiz is believed to be the same man wanted on an attempted homicide charge stemming from a shooting in Reading, the York Dispatch is reporting.
In the court document, Dominican prosecutors said one of the shooting suspects, Oliver Moises Mirabal Acosta, was driving a grey Hyundai Accent before mounting a motorcycle driven by 25-year-old Eddy Vladimir Feliz Garcia.
According to court documents obtained by the Boston Globe, two men were caught on camera talking in a gray vehicle on a nearby street before they got on a motorcycle to ride towards the bar, where Ortiz was ambushed while out with friends in his native Santo Domingo.
Four other suspects also remain at large and are being pursued by authorities as Ortiz continues to recover at a Boston hospital after the Sunday night attack.
But they say he had help: New surveillance video shows a meeting between the suspects in two cars, and the accused motorcycle driver, Eddy Garcia, near the bar before the ambush.Читайте также: US Women’s Soccer Player Ignored the National Anthem Before Game Against Thailand
The director of the Dominican Republic's National Police has declined to provide a motive for the shooting of former Red Sox star.
The bullet struck Ortiz in the back and went through his stomach, police said.
The Dominican Republic is one of the world's most risky countries.
Bautista said the group was offered 400,000 Dominican pesos ($7,830) to carry out the contract killing.
Ortiz underwent a first round of surgery in Santo Domingo late on Sunday before being flown the following day to Boston's Massachusetts General Hospital, where he underwent more surgery. "Garcia was charged Tuesday with being an accomplice to the murder", reports Fox. The Red Sox released a statement on Wednesday from Ortiz's wife, Tiffany, who said her husband is making "good progress toward recovery". (Apparently the authorities have provided different spellings of the suspects' names.) It does not appear that the alleged shooter's lawyer has given a comment to the media.
Salvador hauled Ortiz into his ritzy auto - and smashed into other vehicles to get away before flooring it to the emergency room at 120 miles an hour, he told the Boston Globe. "He's a fan of David's", the attorney, Deivi Solano, said on Tuesday.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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