Bail set for local men accused in Pasco homicide

PASCO – Appearing in Franklin County Superior Court yesterday, Monday, Santos Flores-Alcaide of Grandview and Enrique Alcaide of Sunnyside were placed on a 72-hour hold as suspects in the shooting death of a Pasco man.

The shooting took place early this past Sunday morning at the Tropicana night club in Pasco and claimed the life of 19-year-old Eduardo Angon-Delvillar.

Flores-Alcaide, who police originally listed as 18 years of age but according to court documents is actually 28, is being held on $1 million bail.

Alcaide, 22, is being held on $750,000 bail.

According to court documents, witnesses at the scene said the suspects confronted Angon-Delvillar outside the night club.

During the dispute Alcaide reportedly got into a fist fight with the victim. Court documents stated Flores-Alcaide retrieved a firearm from his vehicle and allegedly shot Angon-Delvillar at close range. The two men reportedly fled the scene in a black Chrysler, with Alcaide driving and Flores-Alcaide a passenger.

Pasco police stopped the vehicle and placed both men under arrest.

Pasco Police Sergeant Jamie Raebel stated in court documents that Alcaide later claimed Angon-Delvillar was choking him and that Flores-Alcaide shot the victim.

A search of the scene revealed a 9mm Glock 17 pistol and multiple shell casings. The weapon later came back as stolen, court documents state. In addition, police say shoe prints found near the shell casings reportedly appeared to match the shoes Flores-Alcaide wore at the time of his arrest.

The Franklin County prosecutor’s office this morning confirmed the two Lower Valley men remain on a 72-hour hold. Accordingly, the prosecutor’s office says it has until tomorrow afternoon, Wednesday, to file charges.


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