Mark Christopher Caywood and Richard Adrian Trevino Held in Gang Hits of Men in Their 20s
Anaheim Police made two arrests last week in last month's slayings of 20-year-old Edwin Alarrazabal and Ramon Magana, 22.
Mark Christopher Caywood, 29, was popped in Fontana Thursday, while 37-year-old Richard Adrian Trevino was hauled in after a brief car chase in Anaheim Friday.
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Caywood and Trevino are being held without bail as they face murder counts with gang enhancements.
Anaheim police officers, responding to a call around 10:45 p.m. Sept. 26 of multiple shots fired, arrived in the 100 block of North La Reina Circle to find Magana and Alarrazabal in a red Chevy Blazer suffering from gunshot wounds. The pair was rushed to a local hospital, but Magana was dead on the arrival. Alarrazabal died days later in what investigators quickly identified as a gang-related hit.
The "About" section of a Facebook page for Magana, who worked in the trucking industry, stated, "I got three kids and one on the way."
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