Dairy worker killed

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A dairy worker, later identified as 19-year-old Narvaez Torrez, was killed in a shooting at a Chowchilla, Calif., barn on Jan. 19. Torrez was about to start his first shift when the shooting occurred, according to the Fresno Bee. Another man was wounded in the incident.

Madera County Sheriff John Anderson says footage of the crime scene led to the arrest Monday of 20-year-old Jesus Reynoso Flores and 22-year-old Jose Antonio Flores Ventura, both from Chowchilla.

Eighteen-year-old Alberto Ivan Narvaez-Torres was killed in the shooting at a dairy barn near Chowchilla on Jan. 19. A second dairy worker was wounded, but has since recovered.

The tape showed a gunman wearing a multicolored hooded sweat shirt firing a sawed-off rifle at Narvaez-Torres. A piece of the sweat shirt was found in a pit bull pen at Reynoso Flores' home.

Both men are being held without bail in the county jail.

Source: Fresno Bee



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