UPDATE: A suspect in the shooting of Red Sox legend David Ortiz in custody
As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by CNN.com:
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (CNN) — The suspect being held by police in the Dominican Republic in connection with the shooting of Boston Red Sox all-star David Ortiz is expected to be charged with one count of being an accomplice to attempted murder, a spokesman for the prosecutor and the man’s defense attorney said.
The article goes on to state the following:
Ortiz, 43, was struck in the back, and “the bullet went through his stomach,” Felix Durán Mejia, a spokesman for the Dominican Republic National Police, told CNN. Ortiz is recovering at Boston’s Massachusetts General Hospital.
DML News App offers the following additional information published by NBCSPORTS.COM:
The second suspect in the shooting of David Ortiz reportedly has been apprehended.
Ramon D. Carmona, a Dominican television producer and a friend of Ortiz’s, wrote on Twitter that the alleged shooter has been captured.
— Ramon D. Carmona (@carmonaTV) June 12, 2019
The tweet translates to, “Exclusive photo of the capture of the alleged shooter who shot @davidortiz … the individual was accompanied by several men, supposedly from the same gang.”
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