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Two arrested in Wimauma drive-by shooting

WIMAUMA — Deputies have arrested two people in the drive-by shooting of a Wimauma man Sunday.

Hugo Alberto Longoria, 23, of Riverview and Jose Adan Longoria, 18, of Wimauma each were charged with attempted first-degree murder with a firearm and aggravated battery with great bodily harm.

Deputies say the two fired shots at Rogelio Rios, 20, of Wimauma, about 10 a.m. Sunday in the 5000 block of Vernice Street.

Rios, standing outside, was hit in the leg, the Hillsborough Sheriff's Office said. He was hospitalized with nonlife-threatening injuries.

Detectives determined the shooting was not random, and they got warrants for the Longorias. Both were arrested Monday.

Two arrested in Wimauma drive-by shooting 10/26/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 2:45pm]
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