Victims of drive-by shooting in McFarland arrested on suspicion of obstructing officers

In this picture taken Friday July 6, 2018, McFarland, Calif., police officers are seen following a drive-by shooting. Victims of the shooting allegedly obstructed officers in the performance of their duties. (Provided photo)

Three victims of a drive-by shooting in McFarland were arrested Friday for allegedly arguing with and obstructing officers who were trying to collect evidence.

No one was hurt during the shooting on San Pedro Street.

Police said a car had been struck with bullets, and officers wanted to take the car to collect evidence. That’s when the victims allegedly fought with officers.

The officers received minor injuries.

Witnesses sent in video of the arrests. They claim officers had used excessive force

Police identified the people arrested as 24-year-old Manuel Martinez, 20-year-old Jesus Martinez and a juvenile.

Police are still looking for the shooters, described as two males driving a light Cadillac CTS.

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