June 7, 2018
Being critically injured in an attempted robbery/carjacking is something you have to learn to accept.
After all, we wouldn’t have heated wraps stuffed with rice and no one would pick the lettuce without these beaners.
Police are hoping the public can provide information on the identities of two people involved in a shooting at a Pomona gas station that left a college wrestling standout critically injured last week.
No arrests have been made in connection with the incident, which is being investigated as an attempted robbery, carjacking and homicide, Pomona police said in a Monday news release.
Daylon Walker, 22, had stopped at the ARCO station at 805 Rio Rancho Road around 12:30 a.m. last Thursday, May 31, when his family says he was approached by a man who asked him for money.
According to Walker’s brother, Damon Felder, Walker’s reply that he didn’t have any cash prompted the man to threaten to “take whatever (he’s) got” and open fire.
Walker has remained hospitalized since. A GoFundMe page set up by family friends indicates he underwent a successful surgery on Sunday.
The suspect is described as a Latino man in his 30s with tattoos on both arms and a mustache. The woman, a Latina, is described as being in her 30s in the police news release, but a flyer put out by the department states she is in her 20s.