Update: Concord Police Arrest Man Who Tried to Shoot at Business With AR-15

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The Concord Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating a suspect who is attempted to shoot someone inside a Concord business on Friday.

Nov. 1 UPDATE

Attempted murder suspect Luis Cuevas has been captured. Last Friday, Cuevas went into a Concord business looking for his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend, who both work there. During a confrontation with the manager, Cuevas tried to shoot the manager with an AR15 assault rifle. The gun malfunctioned and Cuevas took off.

Over the last week, Concord Police detectives tracked Cuevas to his cousin’s home in Southern California, where he was arrested. Cuevas was then taken to the Santa Barbara County Detention Facility on several felony charges.

The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office reviewed the case this morning and filed a number of charges against Cuevas, including: attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, and possession of an assault rifle. He remains in custody on $1,600,000 bail. -423

Original Release by Concord Police:

On October 26th, 2018 at approximately 1110 hours, a male subject (later identified as Richmond resident Luis Cuevas, twenty-three years of age) entered a business in Concord looking for a former girlfriend. Cuevas tried to shoot someone inside of the business but luckily was unable to. He left in a gray 2014 Ford Fusion, California license plate 7BGW689. An arrest warrant has been issued for Cuevas on the charges of attempted murder and possession of a firearm.

Cuevas is described as a Hispanic male, 5’05 tall and 150 pounds, with long black hair and tattoos on his neck, arms, and upper right cheek area.

Cuevas is considered armed and dangerous. If you see Cuevas and/or his vehicle, please contact your local police agency. Do not attempt to contact Cuevas.

If you have any information regarding Cuevas or this investigation, please contact the Concord Police Department at (925) 671-3241. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous can call the Concord Police Department tip line at (925) 603-5386. No additional information regarding this investigation is being released at this time.

 


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