A 19-year-old man suspected of involvement in a recent drive-by shooting was arrested Monday evening.

    Two Dodge City police officers stopped Jesus Sanchez-Gutierrez shortly before 7:30 p.m. on Avenue E because they had received a tip that one of the suspects in the shooting was in the car, Police Chief John Ball said Tuesday. He said that Sanchez-Gutierrez took off running, and the officers pursued him.


A 19-year-old man suspected of involvement in a recent drive-by shooting was arrested Monday evening.
    Two Dodge City police officers stopped Jesus Sanchez-Gutierrez shortly before 7:30 p.m. on Avenue E because they had received a tip that one of the suspects in the shooting was in the car, Police Chief John Ball said Tuesday. He said that Sanchez-Gutierrez took off running, and the officers pursued him.
    With the help of a police dog, the officers found Sanchez-Gutierrez hiding under a porch in the back yard at 1103 Avenue E.
    Sanchez-Gutierrez did not resist arrest after the officers found him. He was booked into the Ford County Detention Center on suspicion of attempted second-degree murder, two counts of aggravated assault, battery and incitement to riot.
    A jail spokesman said that Sanchez-Gutierrez does not yet have an attorney.
    Sanchez is one of 11 people suspected of involvement in the May 27 drive-by shooting on Minneola Road, in which Dodge City resident Walter Lopez was injured. Ten of the suspects have been arrested as of Monday, but one 13-year-old suspect is still at large.
    Ball has told the Globe that the shooting was gang-related, but he has declined to identify the gang or comment on a possible motive.
    One of the suspects, 17-year-old Dodge City resident Lorenzo Gobin, confessed earlier this month to attempted second-degree murder and shooting at an occupied dwelling. He is in the custody of the Southwest Kansas Regional Juvenile Detention Center in Finney County until sentencing.
    Another suspect, 18-year-old Jorge Quezada, made his first court appearance last Wednesday on charges including attempted second-degree murder, aggravated assault and incitement to riot. In an unrelated case, he faces misdemeanor charges of child endangerment, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
    Quezada's next hearing is tentatively scheduled for 1 p.m. Thursday.

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