Ariz. Police Hunt for Man in Abduction of Girlfriend, Shooting Her Two Brothers
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Phoenix police are asking law enforcement to be on the lookout to find a 19-year-old man who abducted his girlfriend late Monday after shooting and wounding her two brothers.
Authorities say that Adrian Garcia Flores and Erica Jennifer Camacho, 20, were parked in front of a house near 83rd Avenue and Indian School Road at about 11 p.m. when Camacho called her brothers.
Her siblings, Billy Joe Garcia, 21, and Abel Acosta, 29, arrived to find Flores pointing a gun at Camacho in the car, police spokesman Detective Tony Morales said.
Flores allegedly shot Garcia and Acosta, then fled, taking Camacho with him.
Morales described Flores as "armed and very dangerous."
Court records show that Flores was found guilty of stealing a vehicle in 2000 and placed on probation for three years. That same year, Flores pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and stealing another vehicle, the records indicate.
Police are looking for a 1978 white and beige, two-door Oldsmobile with an Arizona license plate, 119 LSJ. Flores has a tattoo on his back that says "Sanfer gang," Morales said.
Camacho is described as 5 foot 5, 130 pounds, with reddish brown hair.
Contact The Phoenix Police Department at 602-262-6141 with any info.
-- From The Associated Press, Phoenix P.D.
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