LOS ANGELES (AP) — A rookie Los Angeles military officer charged with murder in a murdering of a male during an off-duty quarrel fled with a assistance of his father to Texas where a group have family, according to a sovereign detain aver filed Thursday.
The request says 27-year-old Henry Solis called his father, Victor Solis of Lancaster, for assistance after a fight outward a downtown Pomona bar early Friday in that 23-year-old Salome Rodriguez was shot mixed times and killed.
Authorities pronounced a elder Solis was seen withdrawal his Lancaster home in a precipitate after phone calls with his son. He was afterwards speckled Saturday in El Paso, Texas, with his pickup lorry and dog during a home of family members who live there.
Solis was interviewed on Monday by FBI agents and told them he had driven his son opposite state lines Friday and forsaken him during a train stop in El Paso.
He pronounced he didn’t know a stream plcae of his son, a request states. Police and prosecutors did not immediately contend either Victor Solis would face charges for assisting his son.
Authorities spoke to family, friends and witnesses who told them that “shortly after a murder, suspect Solis done damning statements about his purpose in a murder of Rodriguez and settled that he would never be seen again,” a aver states.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck dismissed a probationary officer from a dialect on Tuesday. Beck urged Solis to spin himself in.