KING CITY, Calif. (KION) UPDATE 10/21/2021 3 p.m. King City Police said they arrested another suspect involved in the Broadway circle homicide on March 31. After receiving a search warrant for 200 blocks of Sussex Way in King City, Police arrested and charged the 16-year-old for the murder of Miguel Angel Aviles. The juvenile was booked into Monterey County Juvenile Hall.
King City Police found 31-year-old Miguel Angel Aviles on the ground with multiple gunshots wounds on March 31 at around 1:06 a.m. After further investigation, Police found that he got into a fight with the subject.
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UPDATE 4/16/2021 3:30 p.m. King City Police said they have made an arrest in connection to a homicide on Broadway Circle last month.
Police said officers responded to a report of shots fired at around 1 a.m. on March 31 and found 31-year-old Miguel Angel Aviles with multiple gunshot wounds. He died of his injuries.
During the investigation, police said they learned that Aviles was in the area around Broadway Circle and River Drive when he got into a fight with another person.
On Friday, officers served a search warrant on Oxford Avenue near Amhurst. During the investigation, a 15-year-old suspect was arrested. He is charged with Aviles' murder and has been booked into Monterey County Juvenile Hall.
Anyone with information is asked to call Sgt. John Dow at 831-386-5969 or Detective Kenedy at 831-386-5993. To remain anonymous, call 1-800-78-CRIME.
PREVIOUS STORY: King City police are investigating a homicide that happened on Broadway Circle early Wednesday morning.
Police responded to a report of shots fired on Broadway Circle near River Drive just after 1 a.m., and when officers got there, they found 31-year-old Miguel Angel Aviles with multiple gunshot wounds. Aviles died of his injuries.
During the investigation, police found that the victim was in the area when he got into a fight with another person.
Police are still gathering information, but they are also trying to identify a potential witness. A city-wide camera system shows the person near the area when the shooting happened, but they do not believe the person is a suspect. Officers said they want to find the person to see if they can provide any more information.
Anyone who can identify the witness, who was in the area between 11:30 p.m. Tuesday and 1:06 a.m. Wednesday or who has any additional information is asked to call Sgt. John Dow at 831-386-5969 or Detective Kenedy at 831-386-5993. To remain anonymous, call 1-800-78-CRIME.