Suspect Boise shooting arraigned Bench

House around the police; three in custody in a fatal shooting

Police from Meridian Road closed around a house to question people about Boise's shooting and death.

Police from Meridian Road closed around a house to question people about Boise's shooting and death.

A Meridian man who was arrested Monday night for second stage murder reasons, he came to court during Tuesday afternoon's video atmosphere, as did two women who were accused.

A second-stage murder was charged on Anthony Joseph Alcala, 20, and two felony counts a battery hazard with an army or a deadly instrument after Briana Martinez killed 19 years of age and two others – including his sister – in the hospital in Bench Boise shot Sunday night.

According to Ada County's prosecution attorney, Jeff White, the male victim was a former girl's suspect while shooting. There was a “property exchange”, White said, followed by physical unrest and gun fire.

Martinez died at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center at 12:25 pm on Monday.

Natalie Martinez and Sonny Heidenreich were the two other victims Alcala shot, according to the criminal complaint. Their precise conditions were not released, but Monday police said they were stable.

The state asked that the charges against Alcala be improved because of the use of a deadly weapon in crime. Alcala is now running at Ada County Prison on a $ 1 million bond.

If found guilty, Alcala has life in prison. The enhanced charges mean that a longer sentence is possible, but Alcala's life could charge the murder charge only.

Two women, Taja Ra McMurtrey-Winn, 22, of Boise, and Jessica Lee Perez, 18, of Boise, were put in charge of a felony accessory count for murder. Both of them were also seen in court on Tuesday; each one is kept on a $ 250,000 bond.

According to the State's criminal complaint, the suspects helped Alcala to hide from the authorities and knew that he had made a felony.

The shooting was reported at a dwelling house near Palouse Street and South Owyhee Street at 11:58 p.m. Sunday. When the police arrived they found victims outside, and many suspects fled from the scene.

Following the findings, Monday's investigators decided that a vehicle seen by Boise shooting was located in a house in the 3900 block of North Lezana Street in Meridian, said city police chief Tracy Basterrechea, told the Civil Service on Monday.

Police found a search warrant, around the house and ordered the occupants to come out. After a long search of the house, three of the five who were inside were placed in custody.

Alcala was booked at 7:22 p.m. Monday; McMurtrey-Winn at 6:31 p.m; and Perez at 6:15 p.m. Both women were "charged for their assistance in committing the crime," according to the release of BPD at the time.

McFurtrey-Winn was charged with felony and two misconduct drugs on 27 March, according to court records. She recently failed to attend for her court hearing in April 5 in the drug case, and issued a bench warrant.

Perez, who is still a high school student, has 13 young offenses on his record, according to court records and legal officers.

Ruth Brown added to this report.


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