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Attempted robbery led to shooting in Cuernavaca

January 28th, 2018 - Comments Off

AUSTIN, Texas — Travis County deputies say two men were injured after an attempted robbery led to a shooting in the Cuernavaca area Saturday afternoon.

Deputies reportedly detained Jesus Corrales and David Orion Dewey-Haagensen, both of whom are 17 years old. The third suspect was not named because he is a 16-year-old minor.

Just before 5 p.m., deputies responded to the scene in the 1700 block of Lancer Lane where the victim, a 21-year-old man, told deputies he was communicating with a friend on Snapchat when the friend asked if he was home, the affidavit says.

The victim reportedly confirmed he was home. His friend and two masked men later arrived at the victim’s house carrying a shotgun and demanded that the victim give them everything he had.

The victim said he grabbed the end of the shotgun and was shot in the face, and then was shot a second time in the left shoulder, the affidavit states.

The victim told deputies he let go of the weapon and ran to the back of his house. He was shot a third time in the back while he tried to get away, the affidavit says.

The group reportedly tried to flee but Corrales and Dewey-Haagensen were tackled and brought back by citizens. It is unclear how the 16-year-old was detained.

Austin-Travis County EMS officials said Saturday the victim was taken to South Austin Medical Center with serious injuries. Dewey-Haagensen was also injured while trying to flee and taken to the hospital, the affidavit says.

Corrales reportedly told deputies they had planned to rob the victim, whom the 16-year-old knew. He said he had a knife, Dewey-Haagensen had the shotgun and the 16-year-old had a BB gun, the affidavit says.

Corrales is currently in Travis County Jail on $50,000 bail. Dewey-Haagensen is still in the hospital and has a warrant for his arrest, the sheriff’s office said. The 16-year-old male is being held at Gardner Betts Juvenile Justice Center.

Mfrances is a news writer for NinjaCOPS.com where you can get high quality wholesale stun guns, self-defense weapons, and rechargeable stun gun flashlights.

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