Fresno PD Arrests One of Two Suspects in Southeast Homicide
Fresno police have arrested one of two suspects they believe killed 40-year-old Luis Alberto Castillo late last year in a southeast neighborhood.
Authorities said that homicide detectives identified Raymond Guido, 31, as a suspect and then arrested him on a parole violation on March 2. Guido was released from prison in August 2022.
Police say that Castillo was killed during a robbery at about 6 p.m. on Dec. 30. Officers responding to a report of gunshots found him wounded in the Jackson Avenue roadway north of Turner Avenue. He died shortly after being taken to a hospital.
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Detectives Need Your Tips
Detectives say that the hunt continues for a second suspect.
Anyone calling with information can remain completely anonymous by contacting Valley Crime Stoppers at this link or by calling (559) 498-STOP (7867).
You may also contact homicide detective Mark Yee at (559) 621-2407 or detective Chris Franks at (559) 621- 2427.
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