Pleasanton police arrested four people this week on suspicion of attempted murder and criminal conspiracy related to a shooting incident at The Kensington apartment complex on East Gate Way on Tuesday morning.
Livermore residents Angela Ross, 21, Alberto Vaca, 22, and Andres Medina Camacho, as well as Alexander Ferguson, 22, of Tracy, have all been booked into the Santa Rita Jail, according to police.
The investigation began after officers responded to the apartment complex around 9:55 a.m. Tuesday, at which time Pleasanton residents Nicole Thompson and Joseph Mauck reported they were shot at by one person and threatened by three others toting baseball bats, police said.
The pair ran from the assault attempt and sustained no injuries during the incident, according to police. One culprit reportedly broke a window on Thompson's vehicle before all four fled the area in a silver Infinity.
About 40 minutes later, Livermore police stopped the silver Infinity and found Ross, Ferguson and Vaca inside, according to investigators. Officers identified Ross as Mauck's ex-girlfriend, and all three in the vehicle were allegedly identified as the culprits.
The trio were arrested and taken to the Pleasanton Police Department for questioning.
Police allege that during the course of the investigation, Camacho was identified as the person who shot at the pair in Pleasanton. Authorities would arrest Camacho while executing a warrant at his Livermore home early Wednesday.
According to police, Ross admitted organizing the attack in retaliation for an ongoing dispute with her ex-boyfriend and Thompson. Vaca and Ferguson allegedly admitted to threatening the pair with baseball bats.