Louisa County shooting “not a random act of violence” 3 men arrested

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LOUISA COUNTY, Iowa- Two people were sent to the hospital after several men with weapons were reported to be outside a Muscatine home. Three men have been arrested as a result of police investigations.

February 6, the Louisa County Sheriff arrested Michael Anthony Enriquez, 19, Alvaro Escobar Jr, 26, and Julio Cesar Menjivar III, 20.

All three were arrested in Muscatine and charged with 1st-degree burglary. Two of the men also face willful injury charges.

Around 3 a.m, on February 3,  the Louisa County Sheriff received a tip that there were multiple men outside of a house with guns in the area of 172nd Street and 93rd Avenue, rural Muscatine.

After police intervened two people were transported to the Muscatine hospital by Ambulance.

One of these people had a single gunshot wound, they both were released.

“This does not appear to be a random act of violence.”

This case remains under investigation. If anyone has any information about this case they can contact the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office at (319) 523-4371

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