The case has been forwarded to the Clark County Prosecutor’s Office for charges to be filed against 82-year-old Joseph Ralls
The Woodland Police Department has provided information into an investigation of a shooting that took place July 27 at the Horseshoe Lake Mobile Home Park, located at 296 Island Aire Drive in Woodland.
When officers arrived on the scene, they located a male on the ground that had fallen out of a motorized wheelchair. There was also blood in the street
The shooter, identified as 82-year-old Joseph Leroy Ralls, reported to police that he was a resident of the park and remained at the scene for questioning.
The victim, identified as 33-year-old Kenneth Aguilar II, of Woodland, was driven from the scene by his girlfriend and was later transported by EMS to a local hospital for treatment. As of this report, the victim has been released and will recover from his injuries.
The WPD detective was called to the scene to assist with the investigation. According to the investigator, Aguilar came to Ralls’ residence to collect money owed for work performed. While Aguilar was standing outside the residence talking to Ralls, who was inside the residence, Ralls shot Aguilar through the kitchen window.
The case has been forwarded to the Clark County Prosecutor’s Office for charges to be filed against Ralls.
Information provided by Woodland Police Department.
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