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Q: Any breaking news or updates on the May 4 shooting on 24th and Meadowview Road of Joseph Paris Coln? Any leads, suspects, or any arrests made?
A: Since his death on May 4, two arrests have been made in the killing of Joseph Coln.
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Kendrick Trey Glenn and Charlie Ignatus Wong, both 21, have both been arrested on suspicion of murder for the death of Coln. They were arrested on Thursday, May 31. Wong was arrested in Sacramento, and Glenn was arrested in Royal Oaks. They are both in custody at the Sacramento County jail. No bail is set in either of their cases.
Wong was also arrested on suspicion of being in possession of a firearm. Last year, Wong was convicted for violating a restraining order, and was sentenced to a 30-day stay in custody and three years’ probation.
No trial date has been set in either case. Both men have settlement conferences scheduled for Sept. 12.
According to previous stories by The Sacramento Bee, Coln was shot near 24th Street and Meadowview Road and died in a local hospital from his injuries.
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