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Four charged in weekend slaying near NCSU

Posted June 10, 2015

— Four men were charged Wednesday with murder in a weekend shooting near North Carolina State University.

Enrique Samuel Valenzuela, 22, and Louis Enrique Mondragon, 19, are both charged with murder and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, according to Raleigh police.

Leonardo Steven Calvillo, 20, and Maria Guadalupe Nambo, 20, are both charged with one count of accessory after the fact to murder and two drug related violations.

The shooting happened at College View Apartments, 1423 Collegeview Avenue, at about 11 p.m. Saturday.

Irvin Adan Gonzalez-Martinez, 18, died, and Daniel Deleon Pittman, 23, suffered non-life-threatening injuries. Police said the suspects also fired shots at a 16-year-old, but he was not struck.

All four supsects were being held at the Wake County Detention Center on Wednesday. Bond information was not immediately available.


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  • Angel Nardo-Myers Jun 11, 2015
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    Trade Policy is not the issue the open borders are the issue. My grandparents like many others came from Italy through legal immigration. Regardless if they are Mexican, Irish, Asian or from Mars they need to be deported if they are here illegally. You can not allow people to choose what laws to follow because apparently these people did not wish to follow the laws about murder.

  • Anne Havisham Jun 11, 2015
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    Would you wonder if their surnames were Irish? The LA Times claims there are 50K undocumented Irish immigrants in the US now.

    A migrationpolicy.org article claims that there are 1.5 million undocumented immigrants from Asia.

    Yes, the largest numbers of immigrants without papers are from Mexico and points farther south, and we may want to consider how American trade policies helped make that possible.

    Let's also remember that there were Spanish-speaking people in what is now the USA long before English-speaking people (including my ancestors) arrived.

    These young people, while accused of dreadful crimes, may be descended from families who have been in the country before the colonies became the USA.