Police secure warrants for 2 suspects in SLC homicide

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SALT LAKE CITY – Two men who are suspects in a homicide that occurred in Salt Lake City in October are now in custody.

According to information from the Salt Lake City Police Department, homicide investigators secured arrest warrants for Antonio Andino, 34, and Timothy James Ford, whose age was not given.

Andino was arrested after a high speed pursuit in a stolen car on Nov. 15 and was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail. Ford was booked into the Uintah County Jail on Oct. 13 after his parole office took him into custody, according to police.

The arrests stem from an incident on Oct. 13. Police said two male victims, ages 19 and 20, were sitting in a car when the suspects allegedly drove up, exchanged words and fired shots. Police said 19-year-old Christian Arenas was killed.

4 comments

    • Jessica Brown

      Ignorance has no color, take yourself for example, I can tell you’re dumb by the comment you left and I still don’t know what race you are.

    • say what

      Who you all to judge..another you all need to look at what the truth is..not no bull shit news.. N another you always see seranos getting famous..but when the table turns when its another rival..bull shit.. you all don’t see what they do to others..there are more of seranos every wear you go.. N another ya he is white..i think he knows that’s..

  • yo pimpin

    The truth is this was an unprovoked murduer committed by trash. Wanna-bee losers in a stolen car out looking for trouble riding on the wallets of active productive members of society now we get to support them for the rest of thier existance cause they will be doing life in prison … just saying

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