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1 man in local ICU after being shot at Scottsdale hotel

Posted 10/14/21

One person has been arrested and booked on charges after a man was shot at a Scottsdale Holiday Inn on Oct. 11.

Avinady Juarez “AJ” Gonzales, 20, was arrested by Scottsdale SWAT team …

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First Responders

1 man in local ICU after being shot at Scottsdale hotel

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One person has been arrested and booked on charges after a man was shot at a Scottsdale Holiday Inn on Oct. 11.

Avinady Juarez “AJ” Gonzales, 20, was arrested by Scottsdale SWAT team in the early morning hours of Oct. 13, at his home in Phoenix on Oct. 13, police officials say.

Police say, around 3 p.m. on Oct. 11, Scottsdale Police responded to Holiday Inn, 7650 E. Princess Drive, for a shooting call. Officers reportedly found the victim, Ramon Alvarez, shot once in the abdomen.

Alvarez was transported to a local hospital and is reportedly still in the intensive care unit.

Police officials say the shooting stemmed from an argument that occurred in a parking lot adjacent to the Holiday Inn.

Gonzalez was booked on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated assault — causing serious physical injury, disorderly conduct and misconduct involving weapons.

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