Authorities arrest man accused of opening fire in Hollywood Park restaurant, killing 2

HOLLYWOOD PARK – Hollywood Park police said the man wanted in the deadly shooting at a restaurant over the weekend has been captured.

Darrick Davon Oliver Jr., 22, who was wanted for capital murder, was in the process of being transported to San Antonio on Tuesday night, according to the Hollywood Park Police Department. Details on his arrest are unclear at this time, and this story will be updated when more information becomes available.

Hollywood Park Police Chief Shad Prichard previously identified Oliver as the suspect in the shooting, which happened early on Sunday at the Rose Bistro in the 16000 block of San Pedro Ave., not far from Mecca Drive.

In a news release, Prichard said there was an argument between Oliver and two men inside the restaurant. It escalated to Oliver pulling out a handgun and shooting the men several times at a close range, police said.

One of the men, identified as Justin D. Hutchieson, 26, was hit in the face and died at the scene, police said.

The other man was hit in the hand and face and was taken to University Hospital. Police said he is in stable condition.

A female bystander was struck by a bullet outside the restaurant, police said. When officers found her, she was wounded but alive.

First responders performed CPR on her and transported her to the hospital, but she died after arriving there.

She was identified by police as Alaina Henderson, 27.

“Henderson appears to have no association with the shooter or the other victims,” Prichard previously said. “She was merely visiting San Antonio from out-of-town.”

Police said Oliver took off from the scene before officers arrived.

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