REDLANDS: Four arrested in double homicide

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San Bernardino County DA Mike Ramos holds a press conference alongside victims families and friends on Monday, March 5, 2012 in Redlands. The San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office has filed murder charges on three defendants arrested in the connection of a January 2011 shooting that killed Quinn McCaleb and Andrew Jackson and wounded two others.
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Three members of a Latino Redlands gang have been arrested and charged with murder in the shooting deaths of two Redlands teenagers on Jan. 5, 2011.

The three suspects, two of them 18 and one 22 years old, have been charged as adults with first-degree murder and special allegations. Bail has been set at at $5 million each.

A fourth man was arrested and charged with accessory after the fact to first-dgree murder. His bail was set at $2.5 million.

Charged with first-degree murder were Anthony John Legaspi, 18, John David Salazar, 22 and Adrian Powers, 18. All are Redlands residents. If convicted of all charges, they could be sentenced to as much as 220 years to life in prison.

Jose Lara, 27, also of Redlands, was charged with accessory to murder. He could be sentenced to as much as seven years in prison if convicted.

The four were arrested last Thursday, police said.

They are accused in the killings of Quinn McCaleb, 17, and Andrew Jackson, 16, who were shot as they walked with three other friends through the Cinnamon Creek apartment complex in north Redlands. Two other teens were wounded but survived. A fifth escaped unhurt.