SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) – American prosecutors said Thursday that they believe two doubts are about shooting the Red Sox star, David Ortiz, for crimes in the United States. Dominican Branch of drug dealing winners.
Ortiz was shot in the back by a bar in the Dominican Republic on Sunday. Dominican officials announced on Wednesday that they had retained the suspected gunman and five accomplice. Ortiz is now in a hospital in Boston recovering from surgery in the Dominican Republic and Boston.
Prosecutors in New Jersey said that the man who said the authorities in the Dominican Republic had been attracted by a bench warrant in relation to armed robbery and gun charges. Meanwhile, a Pennsylvania prosecutor said he believes someone else's suspicion in Ortiz shooting to try on homicide in the state.
Rolfi Ferreira-Cruz's large jury in relation to two armed robberies in Clifton, New Jersey, in 2017, revealed a news release from the Passaic County Prosecutor's Office. The 25-year-old man was not arrested from Reading, Pennsylvania, with those charges ever.
Authorities in the Dominican Republic have said that Rolfy Ferreyra is in custody and that he has acknowledged that the shooting. New Jersey prosecutors did not face the difference in spelling but said that the man they were looking for was the suspected shooter.
It was unclear on Thursday night if he was represented by Ferreira-Cruz's attorney in the case of New Jersey.
Earlier in the day, Berks District Attorney, John Adams, said he believed Luis Rivas-Clase, who is looking for an Ortiz shooting – as the suspect, wanted reading in Pennsylvania, 2018. He gave a warning that the declaration must come through a fingerprint game.
Pennsylvania authorities shot a mug of Rivas-Clase which strongly matched the suspects in an image provided by Dominican authorities, which provided the same name only without the hyphen listed in US court documents.
On Thursday the Dominican authorities gave the five suspects on Wednesday as well as a few extra suspects, including a woman. The nine were sent to court in a police pickup truck along with armed policemen for their first appearance, and charges will then be made against them so that they can continue.
Thursday's Ortiz family said it remains an intensive care unit in Massachusetts General Hospital. ‘Sé He continues to heal and make progress. David will continue to return to the ICU and future updates on his condition will be provided when required, and a statement said.
American authorities do not expect to see Rivas-Clase, 31, back in Pennsylvania to face a trial anytime soon, if any.
‘‘ Since this person would be charged in the Dominican Republic, the chances of getting us back is much greater, 'Adams said to the Associated Press.
In addition, Rivas-Clase is charged with providing false recognition for law enforcement and unlicensed driving in Reading. Bonds were set at $ 10,000, and a recorded show band was put on 29 November.
But Rivas-Clase killed bonds and later announced that he was a fugitive, according to a slip online. In this case, his solicitor did not immediately send a message back, and the court records of a solicitor in the case of attempted homicide were not listed.
The authorities in the Dominican Republic say that Rivas-Clase is still very much.
Meanwhile, his father also suspected Ortiz's shooting at a bar at Sunday that his son was a member of a gang of hiring assassins and low-level drug dealers called the Gilberts.
The father, Nisdean Mirabal, said with the local TV morning show 'The Alarm Clock & 39'; that he had engaged with his son, Oliver Moisés Mirabal Acosta, after being associated with a house used by Mr Minaya Germán, who is called his Gilbert.
Gilbert was killed fatally by police in 2013, according to the Dominican media.
Nisdean Mirabal said that his attempts to get his son out of crime had failed.
‘Sé He surprised me, saying, love I love Gilbert more than I love you. 'When he said we went in particular ways, Nisdean Mirabal said.
Mirabal Acosta was arrested on Tuesday in the town of Mao, in the northern Dominican Republic. He is accused of driving a car used to turn Ortiz before two other young men went on the slugger's motorcycle in the back.
The alleged gunman appears on a surveillance video that leaves the car before it sends the motorcycle.
‘‘ I know, from the video and from the information that has been put out, that it is one of the responsible people, and that he has to pay for what he has done, 'said the father.
Ortiz is one of the most loved figures in the history of sport in the Dominican Republic and Boston, a powerful hitter with a smooth smile. The slugger called Big Papi was in charge of the Red Sox championship until the World's three championships, he was an All-Star and had a 541 home race hit by him.
The Red Sox resigned from its number, 34, in 2017 – a year after he retired – and Boston was renamed a bridge and a road outside Fenway Park as his honor. He keeps a house in Weston, on the outskirts of Boston.
While Ortiz lived in Boston, he visited the Dominican Republic at least six times a year, where friends have traced a wide range of figures from the legitimate and illegal business world of the country.