Arrests made in Juneau shooting
Juneau police say they have taken into custody two people involved in a shooting on Harris Street Wednesday.
A Juneau police officer was in the area of Fourth Street around 1 a.m. when a grey car passed him and fired a single shot at a house on the 400 block of Harris Street, police said in a statement. The car then took off, driving in the wrong direction up another street. Another officer in the area later found the vehicle but it was empty.
Police said their investigation revealed the shooting occurred following an argument over property. One of the men involved in the argument left the house in the grey car with another person, and he fired a shot at the home as the car drove away.
“The bullet traveled through the front window of the house, through a lamp, and lodged in the wall,” police said in a statement.
Police identified the man as 47-year-old Jose Antonio Delgado. Another suspect in the case was identified as 25-year-old Sky Linn Stubblefield. Police did not immediately clarify if she was the driver involved.
Police caught up with Stubblefield the next day. A tip to police led detectives to a residence on the 3900 block of North Douglas Highway. She was taken into custody and taken to Bartlett Regional Hospital for treatment of injuries she got while fleeing the scene of the shooting, police said. She was charged with aiding and abetting the first-degree misconduct involving a weapon, failure to stop at the direction of a peace officer, contempt of court and a probation violation.
Delgado was located at a residence on Salmon Creek Lane on Friday and arrested. He faces a single charge each of first- and third-degree misconduct involving a weapon and three counts of third-degree assault. He is being held on a $20,000 bail.