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Second Murder Suspect Identified No More Arrests Expected

23 year old Irving Alvarez has been identified as the 2nd suspect arrested in connection with Tuesday’s fatal shooting in downtown Yakima. Alvarez was taken into custody at a selah home on Wednesday. He’s facing a charge of first degree murder and police say he’s a known gang member in the Yakima area. Meanwhile the other suspect who police say was the shooter, 15 year old Daniel Perez Jr. is set for a hearing in County Juvenile Court Friday to determine if he’ll be charged with murder in adult court. He’s being held on a half million dollars bail. Alvarez makes his first appearance in court Today. Authorities say the two suspects are responsible for the death of rival gang member, 26 year old Octavio Rangel.

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