Second person tied to drive-by shooting arrested

Jose Antonio Delgado, 47, is a Juneau resident and person of interest in connection to a drive by shooting that took place Wednesday morning near Fourth Street. JPD is warning the public to consider Delgado as possibly armed and to not try to contact him directly. People who know the whereabouts of Delgado are encouraged to contact JPD immediately at 586-0600.

Jose Antonio Delgado, 47, is a Juneau resident and person of interest in connection to a drive by shooting that took place Wednesday morning near Fourth Street. JPD is warning the public to consider Delgado as possibly armed and to not try to contact him directly. People who know the whereabouts of Delgado are encouraged to contact JPD immediately at 586-0600.

The man believed to have pulled the trigger in a Wednesday morning drive-by shooting is now in police custody, according to a Juneau Police Department.

Officers arrested Jose Antonio Delgado, 47, at 3:57 p.m. today on Salmon Creek Lane on a $20,000 warrant. According to an affidavit from the Juneau District Attorney’s office, Delgado is charged with first-degree misconduct involving weapons, a Class A felony punishable up to 20 years in prison; third-degree misconduct involving weapons, a Class C felony punishable up to five years in prison; and three counts of third-degree assault, a class C felony punishable up to five years in prison.

Delgado, along with Sky Stubblefield, 25, was named as a person of interest tied to the firing of a single gunshot from a moving vehicle near Fourth Street at approximately 12:59 a.m. Wednesday.

Lt. David Campbell said Wednesday by phone that the incident stemmed from an argument over property, now known to be a dog.

Officers already in the area for another case were able to respond in less than a minute and locate the vehicle, but it was unoccupied by then. Police reported that no one was injured during the shooting. The bullet traveled through the front window of a house, through a lamp and lodged into a wall.

Stubblefield made her first appearance in court today for charges of first-degree aiding and abetting misconduct involving weapons, a felony that has a maximum possible punishment of 10 years in prison; first-degree failure to stop at the direction of a peace officer, a felony that can carry up to five years in prison; contempt of court for failing to report to jail on a previous case and a bench warrant for failure to comply with conditions of probation.

• Contact reporter Paula Ann Solis at 523-2272 or paula.solis@juneauempire.com.

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