Orange County couple arrested on suspicion of murdering 6-year-old Aiden Leos
YORBA LINDA (CNS)-6-year-old Aiden Leos was shot and killed in a road rage clash on the Costa Mesa (55) highway. A day after the funeral, a couple in Orange County were arrested on suspicion of crime. Kill.
The suspects were identified as 24-year-old Eriz Marcus Anthony and 23-year-old Lee Wynne, who were detained by the California Highway Patrol at their home in Costa Mesa. Both are expected to be charged with murder.
The arrest was carried out after a long raid conducted by investigators from the Santa Ana District Health Protection Center and the Investigation Service Department of the Frontier Department of the Health Protection Center.
The Commissioner of the Centre for Health Protection said: “On behalf of the Director of Borders, Omar Watson and the Santa Ana region, we would like to express our deep gratitude to the investigators who have been working on this case since the first day for their professionalism and tireless commitment to find support for Ai The person responsible for the death of Deng.” Amanda Ray. “Although these arrests will not alleviate the pain of losing their mother, I hope the Leos family can feel at ease and rest assured that the Health Protection Center will cooperate with the Orange County District Attorney to bring justice to Aiden.”
Watson, Director of the Border Division of the Centers for Health Protection, also thanked the Southern California community for “indescribable worries and hundreds of clues” for helping investigators find the suspect. “The department has been in regular contact with the families of the victims, and I assure you that they, like us, are committed to getting justice done,” Watson said.
At around 8 am on May 21st, Aiden’s mother, Joanna Cloonan, drove a silver Chevrolet Sonic northward on Highway 55 between Garden Grove (22) Freeway and Orange Chapman Avenue. There was a road rage incident at the time. , The passengers in the car had a road rage incident. According to the Centers for Health Protection, the white Volkswagen station wagon-believed to be Anthony and Wayne-they thought she had made an unsafe change of lanes. The gun went off, and at least one bullet hit the boy sitting in the child seat of the rear right passenger.
Officials said they believed a woman was driving with a male passenger.
Passerby Reyes Valdivia and his wife stopped to help when they spotted Cloonan pulling her son out of the passenger side of the car on the shoulder of the highway. He said she told them that when she tried to change lanes to leave, a vehicle carrying a man and a woman stopped her. She motioned to them and drove into the exit lane, when the bullet entered the left side of the trunk and hit her. Son.
She called 911 and the boy was taken to the Orange County Children’s Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
At the funeral, Kronan said: “Violence is an unacceptable way to resolve our differences, so my son lost his life.”
The Center for Health Protection released photos of the suspected vehicle-apparently a white 2018 or 2019 Volkswagen Golf sports car. The windows are not stained, but there is no visible license plate. Florentino Oliveira, an official of the Health Protection Center, said that the last time he saw it was on the Riverside (91) highway heading eastward toward the riverside.
It is not clear whether anyone will claim a $500,000 bounty for the arrest and prosecution of the suspected murderer.
Anyone with information about the suspect is required to call the Center for Health Protection at 714-567-6000. CHP also requests tips through [email protected] An anonymous reminder was also sought at 800-TELL-CHP, and a reminder website was created specifically for this case-www.aiden-reward.com.
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