Home Invasion/Homicide in Redwood Valley

Kym Kemp / Friday, Oct. 19, 2012 @ 7:19 a.m. / Crime

UPDATE 1:15 P.M.: The Mendocino Co. Office has updated with the name of the victims—



During the morning of 10-19-2012 Sheriff’s Detectives identified 23-year-old Celso Madueno and 19-year-old Abel Madueno as being the victims of this reported shooting incident.

At this time Abel Madueno is recovering from a non-lethal gunshot wound while Celso Madueno was pronounced dead at the shooting scene.

Anyone having information in regards to this incident is urged to call the Sheriff’s Office Tip-Line by calling 707-234-2100.

 

Please note: the suspects were last seen headed north in a black Cadillac Escalade SUV.

Mendocino County Sheriff Press Release:

On 10-19-2012 at 0244 hours the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office dispatch center received a 911 call from a person who resided in a residence located in the 10000 block of East Road in Redwood Valley, California.

The caller reported that two unknown individuals had entered the residence with firearms and that two of the caller’s family members had been shot as a result.

Patrol Deputies responded to the residence where they located a deceased adult male with apparent gunshot wounds.  Deputies also located another adult male who had sustained multiple gunshot wounds during the incident.  This adult male was transported to an out of county hospital for treatment of his injuries.

During an initial interview of family members, Deputies learned one of the suspects was described as wearing a red hoody sweatshirt and black bandana covering a portion of their face.  Both suspects were last seen leaving the residence Northbound on East Road in a black Cadillac Escalade SUV.

Sheriff’s Detectives were called to the scene and are conducting further investigations into the circumstances of the shooting.

Anyone having information in regards to this incident is urged to call the Sheriff’s Office Tip-Line by calling 707-234-2100.

 

Map below only indicates approximate area of the incident.

 


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