Two arrested after Logan Heights shooting

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Two men were in custody Thursday following a shooting in
Logan Heights that sent a 40-year-old to the hospital with a non-life
threatening gunshot wound, police said.

Officers were called to investigate a shooting in the 2200 block of
Harrison Avenue about 4:45 p.m. Wednesday, according to San Diego police
Officer Dino Delimitros. Once there, they found the victim and learned that he
knew the shooter, who had run into a nearby house with another man, he said.

The motive was under investigation.

Earlier reports about a standoff between police and the suspects were
exaggerated, according to Delimitros, who said it took officers a little bit of
time to gather information and for the suspects to come out.

The alleged shooter and a second man were taken into custody within an
hour of the shooting, he said. It was not immediately clear what charges each
might face.

Categories: KUSI