I-805 Freeway Shooter Convicted

Enrique Ayon was found guilty of shooting at random people along the road

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    In 2011 signs called for the public to look for Enrique Ayon's car after a string of freeway shootings.

    A man who opened fire on Interstate 805 in 2011 has been found guilty.

    Enrique Ayon, 26, was convicted of seven charges, including premeditated attempted murder and shooting at an occupied vehicle.

    Ayon injured one person and hit two others cars during a string of shootings in October 2011. Ayon managed to escape initially, but was later found by police in Los Angeles. A few months after his arrest, he underwent a mental competency examination.

    I-805 Shooting Suspect May Face 63 Years

    [DGO] I-805 Shooting Suspect May Face 63 Years
    Enrique Ayon pleaded not guilty of shooting at vehicles on San Diego Freeways at his arraignment Thursday.

    Investigators believe Ayon acted alone during the shootings.

    He faces life in prison when he is sentenced in October.


    View Locations of Highway Shootings on Oct. 3, 2011 in a larger map

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