Daniel R. Francis, 32, of Little Flock went to meet his Lord on Monday, May 8, 2006, in Rogers. - Murdered by aliens
Prosecutors Stiffen Charges In Alien Road Rage Shooting
BENTONVILLE -- Prosecutors will pursue life sentences in prison against three people suspected in a May 6 fatal road rage shooting, according to formal charges filed Friday.
Counts of capital murder and being an accomplice to capital murder are expected to be filed against the three people arrested in the death of Daniel Ray Francis, 32, of Rogers. Prosecutors added one count of committing a terroristic act against the accused shooter -- and one count of being an accomplice to a terroristic act against each of the other two defendants.
A capital murder charge was filed against Serafin Sandoval-Vega, 19, whom police believe shot three bullets at a red Acura heading north on Bloomington Street in Lowell on that Saturday afternoon. A passenger in the car, Daniel Ray Francis, 32, of Rogers, was killed by one bullet that struck him in the head.
Prosecutor Robin Green has said she'll likely pursue the death penalty against Sandoval-Vega. Two passengers in Sandoval-Vega's car, Manuel Enrique Camacho-Ambriz, 25, and Roxana Hernandez, 21, were also formally charged with being accomplices to capital murder, which is punishable by up to 20 years in prison. Each is also charged with being an accomplice to a terroristic act, which is punishable by up to life in prison. The men gave five different names after being arrested, but police ultimately discovered Sandoval-Vega and Hernandez are resident aliens and Camacho-Ambriz is an illegal alien with an "outstanding order of removal" from the U.S.
Camacho-Ambriz is believed to be active in the Surenos 13 gang from Southern California.
He has a tattoo of the number "13" on his right forearm and "831" on his neck. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (Invasion!)