Dispute over woman sparked deadly shooting outside barPosted: Updated:
GLENDALE - Police are trying to figure out who opened fire at a Glendale bar, killing one man and leaving two others in the hospital.
It happened at about 1:30 a.m. on Sunday at the Westgate City Center outside the "Bar Louie" tavern.
Police say two groups of men were fighting inside. Bar security kicked the instigators out but the suspects waited in the parking lot for the victims to leave and started shooting.
Officers in the area heard the shots and rushed to the scene to help the victims and caught the suspects.
The suspects are Jamell Caradine, 22, and Jawaun Sheppard, 31, both of Peoria.
Caradine was booked for second-degree murder and aggravated assault. Sheppard was booked for being a prohibited possessor of a weapon.
Sgt. Jim Toomey said the third suspect, who was detained as he taunted the victims, was not booked but remains a person of interest.
The original dispute was said to be over the affections of a woman, according to Toomey.
Toomey tells 3TV, "This could have happened anywhere. Two groups fought could've happened in Phoenix, Peoria, anywhere."
Police are still trying to figure out which one pulled the trigger.
The victims have been identified as 22-year-old Antonio Mu±oz, who died in the hospital, 22-year-old Michael Lozano, who is still in critical condition, and 24-year-old Juan Rodriguez, who is listed in serious condition.