Dwayne Christopher Ward, the 29-year-old suspect in the shooting death of a 3-year-old boy, turned himself in to detectives, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, and is being held without bail.
Investigators had earlier withheld the suspect's name but said they were in contact with his family and attorney to arrange a surrender.
Deputies have confirmed that the shooting, which happened around 7:45 p.m. Saturday, was gang-related.
Franklin Ponros, 3, died at a hospital, the coroner's office reported. The victims left the location in their vehicle and subsequently discovered the toddler in the auto suffered a gunshot wound.
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Two men were arguing in the parking lot of a business.
Deputy Charles Moore says the dispute between two men in a parking lot Saturday evening ended with one man opening fire as the other got into a auto driven by his girlfriend.
The child was pronounced dead late Saturday night.
The suspect was described as a male driving a dark sedan last seen headed westbound on Alondra Boulevard. "The violence has to stop. We as a community demand justice".
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Dozens of mourners gathered at the shooting scene Sunday evening for a candlelight vigil.
"This 3-year-old child's death struck a nerve with everyone, " Ali said, adding that numerous mourners were parents.
The male driver of the dark-colored sedan produces a gun and fires back at the white vehicle, where authorities said a toddler in a auto seat was struck by a bullet.
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