“Arrest Made: Glendale Man Identified as Eron Corrales Arrested in Connection to Deadly Shooting”

By | August 9, 2023

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A 54-year-old man named Eron Corrales, also known as “Diablo,” has been arrested in connection with a deadly shooting at Glendale park. The shooting occurred at Bonsall Park South and resulted in the death of a 53-year-old man. Glendale police conducted an investigation and made the arrest after gathering evidence from witnesses, surveillance cameras, and the crime scene. Corrales was identified by witnesses and surveillance footage, and a blue Volkswagen linked to him was found with drugs and guns inside. He is now facing charges of first-degree murder, weapons possession, and drug possession for sale. shooting/70554808007/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Fernando Cervantes Jr. reported

A 54-year-old man named Eron Corrales, also known as “Diablo,” has been arrested in connection with a fatal shooting that occurred at Glendale park last Wednesday afternoon. The incident took place around 4 p.m. at Bonsall Park South, located near West Bethany Home Road and North 59th Avenue, resulting in the death of an unidentified 53-year-old man.

The arrest of Corrales followed an extensive investigation conducted by Glendale police, which included interviews with witnesses, examination of surveillance footage, and collection of evidence at the crime scene. According to court documents, authorities were alerted when they observed individuals fleeing the park. Upon their arrival, officers discovered the victim lying lifeless on the ground, and he was subsequently pronounced dead by firefighters.

The victim had suffered three gunshot wounds, specifically on his right torso, right shoulder, and head. Several witnesses reported hearing gunshots before fleeing the scene. Notably, one witness claimed to have seen the suspect, later identified as Corrales, approach the victim, who was conversing with him while lying beneath a tree, before proceeding to shoot him. It was reported in court documents that the victim had previously confronted the suspect about drug dealing activities at the park.

Another witness positively identified Corrales, who is described as a bald Hispanic man, fleeing to a car in the parking lot after the shooting. Glendale police utilized surveillance cameras both near the parking lot and throughout the city to track and identify the suspect’s vehicle, a blue four-door Volkswagen. The vehicle, bearing a California license plate, was traced back to Enterprise Car Rentals. Court records indicate that Corrales had been using the car as a temporary replacement from June 28 to August 5.

A photo lineup was presented to witnesses by the police, resulting in one witness positively identifying Corrales as the shooter. Consequently, the Volkswagen was located parked at a residence registered under Corrales’ name. While under police surveillance, Corrales engaged in a drug transaction with an individual at a bus stop on West Bethany Home Road, during which he was observed selling fentanyl pills. Officers subsequently apprehended Corrales during a traffic stop related to the suspected drug deal.

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During a search of the blue Volkswagen, authorized by a search warrant, law enforcement discovered two firearms inside a backpack. The backpack also contained 300 grams of fentanyl, multiple weighing scales, and cash. Furthermore, a search conducted at Corrales’ residence yielded ammunition similar to that found at the homicide scene.

As a result of these findings, Corrales has been charged with first-degree murder, two counts of weapons possession, and one count of possessing drugs with the intent to sell..