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21-Year-Old Shot And Killed In Santa Rosa Motel Room, Police Search For Two Men

Aug 31, 2014

CBS 5 KPIX
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SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) — A 21-year-old man was shot and killed Sunday inside a Santa Rosa
motel room, police said, and the search is on for two people seen leaving the scene.
Santa Rosa police responded at about 7:40 p.m. to a report of gunshots at the Vagabond Inn at 2362 Cleveland Ave.
Police said responding officers found a ... A 21-year-old man was shot and killed Sunday inside a Santa Rosa
motel room, police said, and the search is on for two people seen leaving the scene.

Santa Rosa police responded at about 7:40 p.m. to a report of gunshots at the Vagabond Inn at 2362 Cleveland Ave.

Police said responding officers found a 21-year-old Marin County man inside a room who had been shot.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene.The victim’s name has not yet been released by police.

 

 

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Marin man killed at Santa Rosa hotel was likely involved in drug deal, police say

By Lori A. Carter and Elizabeth M. Cosin

Santa Rosa Press Democrat

POSTED:   09/02/2014 04:59:29 PM PDT

The shooting death of a 21-year-old Marin man at a Santa Rosa hotel was apparently a drug deal that turned violent, detectives said Monday.

The victim was identified as Max Weinreb, who was shot several times in the torso, said Santa Rosa police Sgt. Dave Linscomb.

Weinreb died at the scene, the Vagabond Inn on Cleveland Avenue north of Coddingtown Mall.

The incident involved a drug deal, Linscomb said, although he wasn't sure whether the victim was selling or buying.

"At this point, we believe it was as probably drug-related, a dope-ripoff type of thing over marijuana," Linscomb said.

Someone from the hotel called police after shots rang out about 7:40 p.m. Sunday, he said. Witnesses reported hearing multiple shots.

Santa Rosa police, firefighters and paramedics arrived to find the man in one of the first-floor rooms. Attempts to revive him were unsuccessful.

Two potential suspects were seen quickly leaving the scene in a red car, Linscomb said.

Police publicly released only vague descriptions of the men, but shortly thereafter, Sonoma County sheriff's deputies spotted a similar vehicle speeding south on Highway 101 near Petaluma. They weren't able to stop it, Linscomb said.

Raj Sharma, the hotel manager, said his staff rented a room to the guest and followed all the appropriate procedures.

"We have regular procedures we follow when we check someone in," he said. "We check for the guest ID and credit card number."

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He said they provided police with the guest information and are cooperating with the investigation.

"We feel really terrible, but in this situation we have taken all the security procedures," he said. "Sometimes we don't know when people have ulterior motives. In my 30-year career, it's the first time I have experienced anything like it."

He added that the Vagabond has security cameras inside the hotel and employs security guards to patrol outside to guard against thefts from vehicles.

Protection Services of California provides armed security guards for the hotel at night, said company owner David Letasi, but he referred further questions to the police. His company is based out of the Coddingtown center.

Linscomb said the Vagabond isn't a particularly troublesome hotel, but he said it is unusual that armed security guards patrol its premises.

"This hotel, just like any hotel, has its problems," he said, "but this is not typical. I wouldn't say it was one of the more problematic hotels."

It was Santa Rosa's first homicide of the year, the second in Sonoma County since Friday.

The victim's family is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspects, police said. Santa Rosa Police are asking anyone with information about the Sunday shooting or the suspects to contact the Violent Crimes Investigation team at 543-3590.

Press Democrat photographer Beth Schlanker contributed to this story.

Distributed by MCT Information Service

he shooting death of a 21-year-old Marin County man at a Santa Rosa hotel was apparently a drug deal that turned violent, detectives said Monday.

It was Santa Rosa's first homicide of the year, the second in Sonoma County since Friday.

The Santa Rosa victim, whose name wasn't released pending notification of family, was shot at least twice, Sgt. Dave Linscomb said, and died at the scene, the Vagabond Inn on Cleveland Avenue north of Coddingtown Mall.

The incident involved a drug deal, Linscomb said, although he wasn't sure whether the victim was selling or buying.

"At this point, we believe it was as probably drug-related, a dope-ripoff type of thing over marijuana," Linscomb said.

Someone from the hotel called police after shots rang out about 7:40 p.m. Sunday, he said. Witnesses reported hearing multiple shots.

Santa Rosa police, firefighters and paramedics arrived to find the man in one of the first-floor rooms. Attempts to revive him were unsuccessful.

Two potential suspects were seen quickly leaving the scene in a red car, Linscomb said.

Police publicly released only vague descriptions of the men, but shortly thereafter, Sonoma County sheriff's deputies spotted a similar vehicle speeding south on Highway 101 near Petaluma. They weren't able to stop it, Linscomb said.

Raj Sharma, the hotel manager, said his staff rented a room to the guest and followed all the appropriate procedures.

 

A Marin County man who was gunned down in a Santa Rosa hotel room during a botched marijuana deal was with a friend when he met with a pair of unknown assailants who remained at large Wednesday, police said.

Max Weinreb, 21, died after being shot several times, including a fatal wound in the chest, but the friend was unscathed during Sunday's violent encounter at the Vagabond Inn on Cleveland Avenue, Santa Rosa Police Sgt. Dave Linscomb said.

Police suspect that two men who witnesses saw leaving the hotel after the gunfire were trying to rob Weinreb and his friend when the meeting turned deadly. Linscomb declined to say whether Weinreb and his friend were the buyers or sellers.

Two men were seen fleeing the hotel in a cherry-red car, police said. Linscomb declined to say whether the suspects got away with marijuana, cash or the handgun used to shoot Weinreb.

Weinreb's family did not respond to several phone calls seeking comment.

Weinreb, who attended Tamalpais High School and the College of Marin, was part of a family committed to philanthropy and was involved in Bay Area hip-hop circles.

Weinreb, his brother Jacob and mother, Marion, founded the "Max and Jacob's Toy and Food Fund" to provide resources to immigrants from Russia, according to the Jewish Family and Children's Services website.

News that he had been killed quickly spread through a network of novice Bay Area rap artists, said Damien Jennings, 29, of Novato, who said he met Weinreb nearly 10 years ago through mutual friends.

Weinreb performed under the name "Pro-2-col" and "Pro Two-Col" having started freestyle rhyming and developing friends in hip-hop circles as a young adolescent, according to Jennings.

Word of his death "got out really fast, Max was known," said Jennings, who goes by the name MC Da-Liva when he performs. "I was really shocked. … We were supposed to do music together in a few weeks."

 

Weinreb cultivated an image of himself as a performer in videos and on websites. In videos, Weinreb performs in front of iconic buildings and sights of San Francisco, including Market Street and Bernal Hill. He apparently came close to the final rounds of a contest audition run by Bay Area hip-hop artist development group TeamBackPack.

Jennings said that the messages of Weinreb's music were mostly about the struggles of growing up. Jennings said he would not have expected Weinreb to be involved in marijuana.

"I know Max wasn't into that sh-t, that's not Max," Jennings said.

When he was 16, Weinreb was quoted saying he had been through a "rough patch" five years earlier but turned things around after getting into break dancing, according to a story published by the Marin Community Foundation about Weinreb's involvement in a nonprofit program for disadvantaged youth in San Rafael.

Weinreb said in the story that he was a "rebel and a troublemaker" at 11 years old.

But by 16, Weinreb was teaching a break-dancing class to at-risk students with the nonprofit Next Generation Scholars.

"There's a lot of pressure from other kids in Marin to follow the wrong path, and I did," Weinreb said in the report.

Anyone with information about the case can call the Santa Rosa Police Department's violent crimes team at 543-3590. Police said Weinreb's family has offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case.

You can reach Staff Writer Julie Johnson at 521-5220 or julie.johnson@pressdemocrat.com. On Twitter @jjpressdem.

 

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Vallejo man arrested for marijuana-related homicide

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SANTA ROSA, Calif. — Santa Rosa police arrested a Vallejo man Wednesday on suspicion of killing a San Rafael man in a motel during a marijuana deal that ended badly on Aug. 31.
Detectives identified Donald "Buddy" Paul Parker, 35, of Vallejo, as a suspect and tracked him to his home on Moonraker Court in Vallejo where he was seen driving, police said.
Santa Rosa and Vallejo police and the California Highway Patrol surrounded Parker's home and ordered him to surrender around 11 p.m. Wednesday, police said.
Parker fled out of the rear yard of neighboring property but couldn't get past the waiting officers, police said. Parker retreated to his property where he was found hiding in a trashcan along a fence.
He was arrested without further incident and was arraigned Friday afternoon in Sonoma County Superior Court. His next court date is Aug. 17 2015.
Parker is a suspect in the shooting murder of Max Weinreb, 21, of San Rafael at the Vagabond Inn on Cleveland Avenue in Santa Rosa on Aug. 31, 2014.
Police believe Weinreb and a friend were selling marijuana in the motel to Parker and another suspect, a black male in his 20s or 30s, Santa Rosa police Sgt. Dave Linscomb said. The second suspect is still at large.
Linscomb said the marijuana deal went awry and Weinreb was shot in the chest. Both suspects were seen fleeing the motel in a red sedan.
Weinreb's family has offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspects.

 

 

 

Sept 16 2014

A 46-year-old parolee, who police say was the gunman in the shooting death last month of a 21-year-old Marin County man at Santa Rosa’s Vagabond Inn, was arrested Monday afternoon in Sacramento.

David Espinal was taken into custody at about noon by Santa Rosa police officers, with the help of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office, said Santa Rosa Sgt. Dave Linscomb. Police tracked him to an apartment in Sacramento and he was arrested without incident.

On Friday, Espinal’s alleged accomplice, Donald “Buddy” Paul Parker, who was arrested last week in Vallejo, was charged in Sonoma County court with first-degree murder in the death of Max Weinreb on Aug. 31, in what appears to be a drug deal gone wrong.

Espinal is being held in the Sacramento County jail on suspicion of a parole violation and will eventually be transferred to Sonoma County, Linscomb said.

Weinreb and another man, who has not been identified by police, went to the Vagabond Inn on Cleveland Avenue to sell marijuana, but Espinal and Parker apparently intended to rob them, Linscomb said.

“We believe the victim brought a large amount of marijuana to the hotel where they met the suspects,” Linscomb said. “After the exchange, the victim asked for payment. At some point, Espinal took out a gun and shot him.”

Linscomb said police had not yet recovered the murder weapon.

During the meeting in the first-floor hotel room, Weinreb was shot several times in the torso and died at the scene.

The suspects took the marijuana and fled out of the window of the room to a red car which was parked on the north side of the hotel’s parking lot.

Linscomb said some drugs were found when Parker was arrested in Vallejo last week but they did not find any drugs when they took Espinal into custody.

Parker was identified by police in part from information he left behind in the hotel room the night of the shooting. Espinal was a known associate of Parker, he said.

Parker is expected to be in court Wednesday for a possible plea. Weinreb’s family had offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the second

suspect in the case, but that did not play a role in the police finding the suspects, Linscomb said.

“We mainly tracked him through interviews and other means,” he said.

 

 

FRIDAY SEPT 19

was in court today took a few photos of Espinal the second arrested in the connection of the killing of young MAX i anticipate a third arrest to becoming shortly ...... #justiceformax #mywordmyhonor

despite reporters accounts this was obviously a set up to steal / rob some POT this incident was one of the many 2014 budding grow season incidents. The older ignorant felons will obviously have done their last crime on the streets not even lasting two weeks on the run. I guess the life of MAX they decided exchange for the Pot was not enough to get them far unfortunaley Max a young established  Entrepreneur managed his last deal but as most of the greats do while they live they provide the ones who loved them memories to last their life time. Max did this in his short 21 years and two week life.

court will be monday Calibay.com will be in the building seeking to have its second media request granted by the courts.

 

NOV 5th JUSTICE FOR MAX

I was at the pre-trial hearing and listend to the witness speak the stories we interesting i seen a pic of young max foot on the ground i amount of support was seen alot of love was shown although the

shooter no doubt david Espinal aka whiety aka weeze a 46 years old hispanc was laughing during the hearing at times even as his co defendant donald parker admission sealed their fate just as fast as the santa rosa

police department caught em donald parker a 32 year black not the shooter but rode with Max to the hotel didnt have the intent to kill max but not able to control the weirdo david Espinal aka whiety aka weeze a 46

the defense for david Espinal aka whiety aka weeze a 46 is most likely gonna have to say Max shot himself since Donald Parker says he left the room his statement to the police asking for a deal before getting it he

testified whata idiot lol thats the type of crime partner you wanna team up with two dummies no more thna 15 pounds and three weeks on the run a match made discomboulating Max was only 21 years old and two

weeks Max wasnt the only one who made a mistake making a deal with some older low lifes who lured a young man to his death they would have been better off getting advice from Max than taking from Max

both men are charged with robbery and murder

 

GUILTY AS CHARGED TIME IS UP .............THINGS STILL WILL NEVER BE THE SAME

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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