Late Tuesday night, the police arrived with a search warrant at the RV Trailer of 20-year-old Joseph Jimenez
and managed to luck up and find all the evidence the DA needs to get a guilty verdict on the three charges of murder, attempted murder, and theft that Joseph Jimenez got himself hit with after he decided to shoot up folks during a showing of the movie The Forever Purge at the Regal Edwards Corona Crossings in Corona, California.
“During the search of the residence, a firearm and additional evidence related to the crime scene were discovered. The firearm matched the caliber of the weapon used in the murder,” is what is stated in the Corona Police Department’s press release
Right before the clock struck 12 midnight on Monday, Joseph Jimenez
walked into the room where The Forever Purge was showing, pulled out his gun, and begin shooting. He shot and killed 18-year-old Rylee Goodrich
and he shot and stole the wallet of 19-year-old Anthony Barajas.
After doing all of his shooting, stealing, and killing, Joseph Jimenez got back into his ride and headed back home to his trailer in El Cerrito.
Unbeknownst to the soon-to-be upstate resident inmate, the good decent folks in his community were watching the news and put one and one together to get two.
They called the police who then made it out there, with a search warrant in tow, to Joseph Jimenez’s way.
The Corona police
, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Major Crimes Bureau-Forensic Service, and the Riverside County Gang Impact Team (GIT) all landed on killing Joe’s doorstep.
joined in on the search due to killing Joe’s commission of a felony with a deadly weapon. The police
don’t have any evidence suggesting that Killing Joe is in a gang.
As y’all can see from his mugshot, the young thug isn’t too happy that his thugging is up.
Instead of planning future killings while “watching Sponge Bob in his jammies,” Joseph Jimenez
is now resting his hide
on a $2 million bond in a jail cell at the Riverside Presley Detention