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Houston police arrested 8 suspects for celebrating shooting after NYE

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – Fireworks light up the sky to welcome 2022. Some of the noise isn’t just from fireworks, Houston police have arrested 8 suspects for celebrating shooting.

In a press release, Houston Police Chief Troy Finner announced eight suspects charged with aggravated assault and charged with a felony.

“As Mayor Turner, Fire Chief Pena and I told the community at a press conference this week, there is nothing to celebrate about gunfire and shots fired into the air. We insist. how dangerous it is and how illegal it is. I told our community that we went after those who ignored our pleas and who decided instead going to make a terrible and costly decision,” said Chief Finner.

One of those shots even injured a family member.

Just days before New Year’s Eve, officials held a press conference urging people to consider their neighbors when celebrating the new year.

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Sheriff Finner continued, “There have been other acts of violence in our city overnight and all of those suspects will also be held accountable.”

According to the press release, the two adult suspects arrested and charged are:

Jose-Luis Campos, 29 years old, with aggravated assault injures his younger brother, 24 years old
Jorge Orduno, 23 years old, with deadly conduct

The other six adult suspects and juvenile suspects charged with the shooting are:

Cristian Teran, 28 years old
Noe Alexander Cornejo Santos, 31 years old

Milton Saul Vallejo, 20 years old
Elexis Monique Soto, 25 years old
Abraham Gonzalez-Quintero, 24 years old
Sergio Quintero, 41 years old
Adolescent male, 13 years old

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