Man who made threats, fired shotgun sentenced
The Yuma man arrested in June for threatening neighbors and discharging two rounds from his shotgun will not serve any more jail time after being sentenced to serve a term of probation.
Marvin Iniguez, 19, was sentenced to 36 months of intensive probation on Tuesday for one count of endangerment, which plead guilty to in a plea agreement last month.
At about 11:08 p.m. on the night of June 15, deputies with the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office were sent to an apartment complex in the 2500 block of East 15th Place after receiving reports about an armed man.
Upon arrival, deputies learned the man, later identified as Iniguez, was last seen in a commercial yard to the east of the apartment complex. Deputies then set up a perimeter and later found the man they believed had caused the disturbance.
Deputies obtained a search warrant for Iniguez’s apartment and reportedly located a shotgun they believe was used in the shooting.
Iniguez was arrested and booked into the Yuma County Detention Center. No one was injured in the shooting.