UPDATED: Suspect arrested following Azusa drive-by shooting

AZUSA — One man is accused of attempted murder, and deputies are seeking at least two others following a drive-by shooting Wednesday in an unincorporated county area near Azusa, authorities said.
The shooting took place about 5 p.m. in the 6000 block of Factor Avenue, Los Angeles County sheriff’s
Lt. David Vega said.
A vehicle drove by containing three male attackers, Lt. Diana Gealta said.
Three shots were fired, striking an occupied home and a car parked out front, but injuring no one, Vega said.
Follow-up investigation led deputies to the area of Foothill Boulevard and Pasadena Avenue in Azusa about an hour later, where they spotted male suspect believed to be involved in the shooting, which investigators labeled gang-related, Vega said.
The suspect ran from deputies, along with several other people who were with him, officials said.
Deputies set up a search perimeter and ultimately found the suspect, Gealta said.
Danniel Reynoso, 19, of Azusa was booked on suspicion of attempted murder, according to sheriff’s officials and county booking records. He was being held in lieu of $1 million bail pending a scheduled arraignment Friday in West Covina Superior Court.
The two other attackers believed to have been involved in the drive-by shooting remained at-large, officials said.
The shooting was being investigated by deputies from the sheriff’s San Dimas Station.

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