PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- Two teens now face murder charges connected with a shooting Friday night that left a 33-year-old man dead and another wounded.
The teens, Brian Hernandez-Cardona,17, and Reynaldo Ceja, 15, were told they are charged with murder and aggravated attempted murder -- Measure 11 crimes.
Paulino Venancio-Lopez was shot to death at Red Sunset Park in Gresham and Omar Merenio-Lopez was wounded in the leg.
Mary Petersly lives down the street from Red Sunset Park. She told KOIN 6 News that when she heard about the shooting she never thought it would involve one of her neighbors.
"The father is really nice," she said. "We haven't had a problem at all."
Authorities said the shooting happened on Friday but a fight broke out near the picnic tables the night before.
"There's a lot of kids out there and there's a lot of people usually" she said. "Red Sunset is a beautiful park and that's where you'd go to if there's a picnic. So that's concerning."
Another parent in the area, Oscar Ramirez, is having second thoughts about visiting the family park. "I don't feel safe anymore in this place because of what happened," he told KOIN 6 News.
Investigators from East County Major Crimes returned to the area Monday to look for anyone with information.
According to sources, Merenio-Lopez said he was playing basketball at the park when a group of seven people walked by. The group returned a short time later and asked him what gang he was affiliated with. Merenio-Lopez said that when he ignored the question, he then heard gunshots and fled.
Beaverton police arrested Brian Hernandez-Cardona at a different park that same night and later arrested Reynaldo Ceja at his girlfriend's home in Estacada, Ore.
Hernandez-Cardona and Ceja will appear in court again on July 15. Sources told KOIN 6 News three others were also arrested as part of the investigation.
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