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Published June 05, 2011, 05:06 PM

One man in custody after a shooting at West Acres Cinema; Suspect and victims identified

The suspect and victims in the shooting incident that took place at 4101 17th Avenue South on Sunday, June 5 has been identified. Felipe Estrada (44) of Dilworth, MN was charged with two counts of Attempted Murder, one count of Aggravated Reckless Endangerment, and one count of Aggravated Assault. Charles David Roskom (32) of Fargo, ND suffered a laceration injury to his head. Juan Carlos Garza (42) of Fargo, ND suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his torso area during the incident.

FARGO, N.D. (June 6, 2011) – The victims injured in the shooting incident that took place at 4101 17th Avenue South on Sunday, June 5 have been identified.

Charles David Roskom (32) of Fargo, ND suffered a laceration injury to his head. He was transported to the hospital by ambulance. His condition is not being released by police.

Juan Carlos Garza (42) of Fargo, ND suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his torso area during the incident. He was transported to the hospital by ambulance. His condition is not being released by police.

The suspect in the shooting incident that took place at 4101 17th Avenue South on Sunday, June 5 has been arrested. Felipe Estrada (44) of Dilworth, MN was charged with two counts of Attempted Murder, one count of Aggravated Reckless Endangerment, and one count of Aggravated Assault.

Attempted Murder is a class AA felony punishable by up to life in prison without parole. Aggravated Assault is a class B felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison and/or up to a $10,000 fine. Aggravated Reckless Endangerment is a class C felony punishable by up to five years in prison and/or $5,000 fine.

At a quarter after four, authorities were alerted of gunshots fired outside West Acres Cinema. They found a bullet through a cinema window, and two men injured; One they say with a gunshot wound to the torso. The suspect fled.

LT. JOEL VETTEL - Fargo Police Department: "We are actively investigating what happened."

Police say there's a personal relationship between one of the victims and Felipe Estrada and a source who knows a victim tells us there was tension between the two.

Lt. Joel Vettel: "Community is still safe. Its a specific act of violence between people who knew each other.”

Kjrstie Carlson was watching Water for Elephants for a reason: to see Twilight Star Robert Pattinson. She was patiently watching previews when she was told the news.

Kjrstie Carlson – Witness: "You guys need to exit the film. We need to stop the film right now and you need to leave immediately."

Most witnesses' were in theater right next to the shooting.

Becca Smelser: "I heard two gunshots, or what I thought were gunshots, something I thought was from another movie.”

When taken outside, they realized what happened.

"There was two guys. One man on a stretcher and one man with a head bandage."

Witnesses say the whole scene seems unreal.

"This is Fargo. I mean this whole thing sounds like something from a crime scene movie."

A scene that played out right here at West Acres Theater. Police say the incident was not related to the theater. Names haven't been released.

An hour after the shootings, Cass County deputies captured Felipe Estrada after getting the "look out" call from Fargo Police. The man was staked out at this farmstead, about a mile east of Horace.

A deputy spotted the grey pickup, called for back up, then as a team they entered. Officers say the suspect surrendered without incident.

He was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Officers won't release how the suspect got injured, or details on who he is. A small gun was found inside the truck, the vehicle was hauled away and Fargo PD will conduct a search

CAPT. RICK MAJERUS - Cass County Sheriff's Office: “There's no relation between the suspect and the farmstead habitants they believe he pulled in because it was convenient for him.”

No one was home at the farmstead.

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