Coroner Identifies 2 Men Killed in Quadruple Shooting | News
NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -- Authorities have identified two men killed in a quadruple shooting last week in a North Las Vegas duplex, and say one suspect in the case is still at large.
The Clark County coroner's office says 33-year-old Erik Armando Quezada-Morales and 24-year-old James J. Headrick died of gunshot wounds in the shooting about 6 a.m. Thursday. Both men are from North Las Vegas.
Two women were critically injured in the incident.
North Las Vegas police arrested 31-year-old Ivonne Cabrera on Friday on suspicion of murder, but were still looking Monday afternoon for 22-year-old Jose Gonzales, also known as "Smokey."
Investigators say he's a Mission Viejo, Calif., native and convicted felon who has been living in Las Vegas for several years. He's considered armed and dangerous.