4 accused of shooting at Bloomington home; gang ties suspected

BLOOMINGTON - Four people are accused of shooting at a home in the 200 block of Black Bayou Road No. 1 about 3 a.m Monday.

A caller told deputies shots had been fired from a light colored car. When deputies arrived, they saw a white Dodge Stratus driving down Bayou Road No. 1 according to arrest reports.

Inside the car were Katrina Patience Rodriguez, 21, of Victoria; Alfred Chase Martinez, 19, of Bloomington; Breon Lee Carroll, 17, of Victoria; and Angelo Pete Delagarza, 21, of Victoria, according to the arrest reports.

Deputies also found a loaded .22 caliber magazine and a spent ammunition casing. On the roadside nearby, a deputy found a Ruger .22 caliber pistol, according to arrest reports.

According to Martinez's records, police suspect he is affiliated with the Crips street gang. Martinez was arrested on suspicion of engaging in organized criminal activity, deadly conduct, unlawful carrying of a firearm and tampering with physical evidence. Rodriguez was arrested on suspicion of engaging in organized criminal activity and deadly conduct. Carroll was arrested on suspicion of engaging in organized criminal activity and deadly conduct and on warrants charging him with bond forfeiture and unlawful carrying of a firearm. Delagarza was arrested on suspicion of engaging in organized criminal activity and deadly conduct.