Three men suspected in a drive-by shooting at an Anaheim strip club on Halloween that injured four people were arrested Thursday.
The suspects, who were kicked out of the Sahara Theatre, at 1210 S. State College Blvd., for refusing to wear masks got into a red Toyota Camry and opened fire on the strip club with an AK-47-style rifle about 1:30 a.m. Oct. 31, according to Anaheim police Sgt. Shane Carringer.
Four victims, a mix of patrons and employees, were injured in the shooting, Carringer said. The injuries ranged from minor to moderate.
The suspects were identified as Edgar Nava-Ayala, 34, Juan Acosta-Soto, 20, and Daniel Ocampo Nava, 22, all of Anaheim, Carringer said. Acosta-Soto was behind the wheel of the Camry during the shooting, he said.
Police recovered the gun used in the shooting as the suspects were arrested, he said. The three suspects were booked on suspicion of attempted murder and were being held on $500,000 bail, Carringer said.