Joedaniel Herrero And Mark Escobedo Jr Arrested In Connection With Shooting In South Lubbock; Possibly Related to Biker Gang Rivalry
According to court documents obtained by EverythingLubbock.com on Tuesday, Joedaniel Herrero, 27, and Mark Escobedo Jr., 30, have been arrested in connection to a drive-by shooting in South Lubbock over the weekend.
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According to court documents, the shooting was reportedly a result of a long-standing rivalry between two biker gangs, namely “The Bandidos” and “The Mongols.”
According to court records, a victim reported to officers that two men on motorcycles, who were later identified as Herrero and Escobedo Jr., allegedly shouted “f*** you b******, we’re the Bandidos” as they rode past the victims’ residence.
According to court records, the shooting of a 4-year-old in Lubbock may have been an act of retaliation for a deadly crash.
As per court documents, Herrero and Escobedo Jr. allegedly drove to the stop sign, turned around, and proceeded to fire shots towards the victim. According to the police report, the resident stated that she had no prior issues with the group known as “The Banditos” and was unsure why her residence was singled out for the attack.
According to police reports, the victim’s boyfriend stated that he suspected Herrero and Escobedo Jr. were targeting him. According to the individual, they pursued one of the motorcyclists across the Jimmy John’s parking area. The pursuit concluded in the vicinity of Frankford Avenue.
The LPD has confirmed the identity of the victim as an 18-year-old woman and has named a murder suspect in the case.
As per the warrant, Herrero reportedly lost control of his motorcycle while being pursued and subsequently crashed.
According to court records, the victim’s boyfriend was identified as a member of the Mongols Biker Gang.
As per the warrant, the victim’s boyfriend allegedly makes derogatory remarks about the Bandidos.
According to court records, there have been “several incidents in Plainview” involving the Mongols and the Bandidos.
New details have emerged in the death of Madeline Pantoja, according to an affidavit. Following his injuries, Herrero was transported to University Medical Center and subsequently taken into custody upon his release. Escobedo Jr. has been arrested at an undisclosed location.
Two men have been charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. As per the latest update on Wednesday afternoon, they were still being held at the Lubbock County Detention Center on bonds worth $200,000.
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