Suspects in Kent/Aztlan car show shooting apprehended

The Sheriff’s Office previously announced that it is estimated there are more than 10,000 gang members and 140 gangs in King County and that gang-related crime has increased 165 percent since 2005.

Ignacio Trevino-Vazquez and Nicholas E. Moreno

U.S. Marshalls have apprehended two men wanted in connection with a shooting that took place at a car show on July 23 in Kent. Twelve people were injured, 10 with gunshot wounds after shots were fired at the La Raza low-rider show.

The two men were identified as Nicolas E. Moreno, street name “Dreamer” and Ignacio Trevino-Vasquez, street name “Chito” by Kent Police on Thursday. Kent detectives are taking over the investigation.

“We’re delighted that the Marshalls were able to locate and arrest these two men so quickly” said Kent Police Lieutenant Pat Lowery.

Moreno is 21 years old, five feet and ten inches tall, and weighs 170 pounds. Vazquez is 19 years old, five foot seven inches tall and weighs 200 pounds.


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