Like I said before, we don't know the whole story. You obviously believe what the DA "alleges". Go back and read again, "allege". I truly don't know all the facts or story. Like you said everyone got away. Maybe the original person that the shooter went with took off. I think in a situation like that, someone is shooting, everyone scatters and leaves.<quoted text>
You are talking about a completely different circumstance. If you read the article, it states that the shooter, the driver and a third person were at the party. This is not a case of someone running up to the drivers car that he didn't know. For all we know he had gone to the car was moving it closer to the party so they could get away with the nitrous. The driver and the shooter were at the party together, you mean to tell me you don't think the driver knew what went on? All of the people charged in the crime got away from the scene and had to be picked up somewhere else. If this was a random guy just driving by picking up somebody bleeding then how did he get identified by anybody at all to be picked up by police? Somebody at the party, or one of his accomplices had to identify him. I think that you are being fooled by what the defense attorney is trying to use as best he could, the story about how he works, has a wife and kids. I'll tell you what, people who work and have families commit crimes too.
I have seen with my own eyes how witnesses will point someone out at preliminary then at trial will admit they are not really sure. Or even vise versa. Same thing happens with witness statements. You can literally go back to prelim. transcripts and compare to trial transcripts. Allot of times witnesses will say what the DA wants them to say.
Maybe the shooter or his friend told the investigators that Ramirez gave them a ride.
Another possibility is that the shooter gave Ramirez his number while on the way to his house. Ramirez calls the next day to find out if he's okay. Police have shooters phone tapped. They here that Ramirez gave him a ride.