WYOMISSING, Pa. – We’re studying the names of the sufferer and of the person dealing with homicide fees after a lethal taking pictures at a Berks County procuring middle on Saturday.
Courtroom paperwork present Nehemias Santiago Montes, 38, of York is dealing with fees for homicide of the primary diploma, homicide of the third diploma, aggravated assault, recklessly endangering one other individual, easy assault and extra associated to the lethal taking pictures within the car parking zone close to the Walmart within the 1100 block of Berkshire Boulevard in Wyomissing.
The police chief stated the incident began when Santiago Montes confronted a lady he had been in a long-term relationship with. He stated it seems the he fired pictures, killing a person and injuring one other individual.
The man who was shot, recognized by police as Alexi Omar Rodriguez Serra, 34 from Allentown, tried to get away in an SUV, however crashed. He died from his accidents.
Wyomissing Police describe the taking pictures as having two totally different crime scenes within the car parking zone of the procuring middle. One on the major entrance to State Hill Street and one other within the parking space for Walmart.
Police say the scene close to the Walmart contained quite a few spent shell casings in addition to broken automobiles and a lady with head accidents that was being attended to by witnesses of the incident.
The feminine sufferer, from York, was taken to Studying Hospital the place police report she is in important situation from the accidents she sustained to her head.
The second crime scene contained two automobiles, one had a number of obvious bullet holes by way of the motive force’s door window and a deceased male, police report. Officers say the shooter, Santiago Montes, was within the different car.
Santiago Montes is scheduled for a preliminary listening to on March 28. He was taken to Berks County Jail with out bail.
The Wyomissing Police is asking that if anybody else has captured video of the taking pictures going down to contact police at 610-375-6102.