Warrants issued for shooting outside convenience store
Jonathan Martinez and Destiny Tovar are wanted for aggravated assault. (KRIS)
Help Crime Stoppers by providing tips on the whereabouts of a man and woman wanted for a shooting at a west side convenience store earlier this month.
Jonathan Martinez, age 26, and Destiny Tovar, age 23, are facing charges of aggravated assault for the November 7th incident.
A man outside the PMI on the corner of Greenwood and Trojan Drive was shot while two woman fought.
During the fight, two men ran out of the store to help out their female friend when, according to police, Jonathan Martinez pulled out a gun and fired several times. Police believe Tovar was the driver of the car.
The man standing by the pay phone was the only person injured in the shooting.
If you have any information on where Martinez and Tovar may be hiding, call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS, or submit a tip online at www.888tips.com.
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