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SAN LEANDRO (AP) — Police say the suspected getaway driver in the Black Friday shooting of a man outside a San Leandro Walmart has been arrested after his mother turned him in.
Eighteen-year-old Queron Foreman of Oakland was taken into custody on Friday. Police say he was driving the Buick that pulled up to 21-year-old Christopher Murillo and his cousins in the store’s parking lot on Nov. 25.
Two of the car’s occupants, 29-year-old Detwone Watson and 20-year-old Tony Phillips, allegedly demanded money from Murillo and his cousins, prompting a fight.
Police say Watson shot Murillo in the neck. Watson and Phillips are also in custody and have been charged with attempted murder, robbery and attempted robbery.
A fourth suspect — a 16-year-old Oakland boy — was detained but released.
Murillo was treated at a hospital and released.
(Copyright 2011 The Associated Press)