CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — One man suspected of murder in connection with a shooting in the 2700 block of Persimmon Street on earlier this month bonded out Thursday.
22-year-old Jacob Salomon, was one of three suspects arrested on one count of murder, after he was medically released on Jan. 31.
Salmon bonded out Thursday.
Two other suspects, 19-year-old Freddy Davis and 22-year-old Attrieon Sherrill, were immediately arrested at the scene, according to CCPD. Both are charged with murder.
Officers were called to the 2700 block of Persimmon just before midnight Feb. 5. where they found five people with gunshot wounds, including a 20-year-old woman dead. She has been identified as Alexis Gonzales.
Her family has set up an online fundraiser to cover funeral costs.
Investigators said there was an argument between two groups of people and the shooting was not random.
Four people with gunshot wounds were taken to an area hospital and several others are being questioned, police on scene said.
Police said the four people taken to the hospital are expected to be okay.
Residents living on Persimmon St. said the gunshots late Sunday weren't the first they heard over the weekend.
One neighbor told 3NEWS that her and her husband were watching TV on Saturday night. Despite having the volume up pretty loudly, she said, they still could hear loud yelling, and then gunshots being fired back and forth.
Digital Director Ana Tamez contributed to this story.