Police authorities arrested a woman and her boyfriend after killing an 18-year-old girl and her newborn baby in Fresno California.
18-Year-Girl and Her Baby Were Killed
The Fresno Police Officers responded to a call about shots being fired in Fresno, California. Authorities were immediately dispatched to a home on the 2500 block of South Fruit Avenue. When they arrived, they found at the scene an 18-year-old girl and her 3-week-old newborn baby.
The suspects were identified as Yarelly Solorio-Rivera, 22 years old, and Martin Arroyo-Morales, 26 years old. During the investigation, it was found that Solorio-Rivera is the sister of the suspect and they fatally shots the victims leading to their death.
However, it is still not clear who among the two suspects shot the victims and how many gunshot fires were thrown. Investigators said that the shooting incident was fueled by jealousy and sibling rivalry. When asked why she was jealous of her sister, the suspect did not give any response.
Suspects Were Arrested
The incident happened on September 24 but the Fresno Police Department only announced the arrest of the two suspects on Nov. 9 after careful investigation. They interviewed the suspects about why did they shot and killed the 18-year-old girl and a 3-week-old newborn baby, TRUE CRIME DAILY reports.
The two of them confessed to the fatal shooting and a 9-millimeter Smith and Wesson handgun believed to be used in the crime was recovered. The two suspects are already booked into the Fresno County Jail for homicide with a bail of $2 million each.