Three were arrested after Thanksgiving daily shooting in Nevada and Arizona


Three suspects were arrested after a daily Thanksgiving shooting embracing Nevada and Arizona in which one was dead and at least four others were wounded.

  • The ordeal began in Henderson, Nevada, and ended hours later in western Arizona when the three suspects crashed in their vehicle.
  • Nevada and Arizona authorities have not released the names of the suspects
  • The incident began in Henderson when local police received notice of a 7-Eleven shooting before 1 p.m. Thursday
  • Police found a 22-year-old man dead and injured four more in the city
  • Injured victims reported being shot down by a passing car
  • Police believe the suspects accidentally drove around the city, shooting people without obvious motive.
  • Hours later, three suspects were arrested in Arizona after local law enforcement responded to reports of a series of shots fired by the shoots.

Three were arrested after a random shooting that raged in Nevada and Arizona on Thanksgiving Day, killing one and injuring at least four more.

The ordeal began in Henderson, Nevada, and ended hours later in western Arizona, when the three suspects crashed after a drive in their vehicle and chased local law enforcement.

Neither the Nevada nor the Arizona authorities have released the names of the three suspects.

The incident began in Henderson when local police received notification of a 7-Eleven shooting before 1 p.m. Thursday.

The incident began in Henderson when local police received notice of a 7-Eleven shooting before 1 p.m. Thursday

When officers arrived at the scene, they shot a 22-year-old man

When officers arrived at the scene, they shot a 22-year-old man

Meanwhile, officers repeatedly called the victims, saying that a person had shot them in a random car.

Meanwhile, officers repeatedly called the victims, saying they were shot by a person in a random car

When officers arrived at the scene, they shot a 22-year-old man.

Meanwhile, officers repeatedly called the victims, saying they were shot by a person in a random car.

These calls came from various locations around Henderson.

The four others injured included a 23-year-old woman, an 18-year-old man, a 53-year-old man and a 41-year-old man.

The four victims were all taken to hospital for treated wounds and are expected to survive.

Henderson police have only described two suspects: a man with a white beard who was thought to be in his 20s and 30, and a white woman who is thought to be in his 20s.

Both suspects were described as having tattoos or paint on their faces.

The ordeal began at 7-Eleven in Henderson, Nevada, where a man was shot dead and ended hours later in western Arizona when the three suspects crashed in a vehicle after a shooting and chased local law enforcement.

The ordeal began at 7-Eleven in Henderson, Nevada, where a man was shot dead and ended hours later in western Arizona when the three suspects crashed in a vehicle after a shooting and chased local law enforcement.

Police said three suspects arrested near Bouse, Arizona at 10 a.m. at Thanksgiving had previously been involved in the Henderson shooting in Nevada.

Police said three suspects arrested near Bouse, Arizona at 10 a.m. at Thanksgiving had previously been involved in the Henderson shooting in Nevada.

Police believe the suspects accidentally drove around the city, shooting people without obvious motive.

Hours later, Arizona law enforcement responded to a series of engine shots near Bouse, about 120 miles west of Phoenix.

La Paz County Sheriff and the Arizona Department of Public Security said officers were involved in the shooting with the suspects on State Road 95.

According to them, the suspects were eventually arrested after about 72 on the state road near milestone 31.

None of the officers were injured, but all three suspects had to be taken to hospital for treatment after being injured during the rollover.

Police say the three suspects were involved in the Henderson shooting.

“I commend the Department of Public Security Officers involved in this crime in several states. It put an end to the shooting that saved the lives of untold citizens, ”wrote Bill Risen, sheriff of La Paz, on Facebook.

“I talked to everyone separately and I repeat that you did a fantastic job. Thanks.’

None of the law enforcement agencies involved in the incident responded to the request for comment.