Romaldo Delarosa, Angelina Urbano, Dianna Couer : Suspect Charged with Multiple Counts of Murder in Fontana Shooting Spree

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Suspect Charged with Multiple Murders in Recent Shooting Spree in Fontana

Fontana, CA – The San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office has filed multiple counts of murder against Louis Peter Hernandez III, a 41-year-old San Bernardino resident known by the name “Wicked,” in connection with a recent shooting spree that claimed the lives of three individuals. Hernandez pleaded not guilty at his arraignment on November 29, and bail was set at no bail.

According to authorities, two victims were killed at a residence in Fontana, while the third victim succumbed to their injuries three days later. The suspect, a known gang member with a violent history, including auto theft, assault with a firearm, and evading a police officer, was on probation and post-release community supervision at the time of the incident.

The alleged crimes occurred on November 25 when Hernandez reportedly shot and killed his girlfriend and another individual in Fontana. He then proceeded to Riverside County, where he fatally shot his ex-girlfriend. Additionally, Hernandez is also believed to have been involved in an altercation with a fourth victim who survived.

The San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office stated that further charges may be added pending the ongoing investigation into the fourth victim. Special allegations for prior felonies and special circumstances have already been filed due to the multiple murders, potentially making this a capital case. The final decision regarding the capital charges will be determined by the D.A.’s Office at a later date.

On the morning of November 25, Fontana officers responded to a residence on Eastwind Avenue after receiving a distress call. They discovered Romaldo Delarosa, who had been shot and killed, on the first floor. Upstairs, they found Angelina Urbano with a life-threatening gunshot wound. Despite being rushed to a local hospital, Urbano tragically succumbed to her injuries on November 28.

Hernandez was apprehended by police on November 26, shortly after his arrest, Fontana detectives were informed that the California Highway Patrol was investigating a shooting near Etiwanda Avenue and Mission Boulevard in Jurupa Valley. Hernandez was identified as the suspect in that incident as well. Dianna Couer, who was found dead from a gunshot wound in a vehicle, and another male victim who sustained non-life-threatening injuries, were involved in the shooting.

Authorities recovered a firearm during Hernandez’s arrest, which they believe was used in the shootings. The investigation is ongoing, and law enforcement agencies are working diligently to gather all the necessary evidence.

As the legal process unfolds, the community mourns the tragic loss of three innocent lives and hopes for justice to be served.

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