On social media, Pasadena Police highlighted the arrests of four people earlier this month in connection to a shooting in North Pasadena.
The suspects, identified as Arnitra Harris, 46, Myron Jackson, 39, Domingo Cleveland, 36, and Kenyon Roscoe, 18, were apprehended after police responded to reports of gunshots on the 1000 block of N. Fair Oaks Avenue on September 1 at 4:57 p.m.
Three of the suspects are Pasadena residents, according to Pasadena police Lt. Monica Cuellar. One is from West Covina.
The reports of gunfire were corroborated by a Shotspotter alert, according to the Facebook post.
Upon arrival at the scene, officers were informed of a black SUV’s alleged involvement. The vehicle was found parked nearby with the four suspects inside. A high-risk stop was executed and all occupants were detained, according to the post.
Further investigation revealed that one of the subjects was on parole for robbery.
A search of the vehicle reportedly uncovered two unregistered handguns, which all of the occupants denied owning. Consequently, all of the vehicle’s occupants were arrested on charges related to firearms. The parolee was additionally charged with a parole violation.
There were no known victims were reported injured, police said.