3 reputed gang members arrested for roles in shooting death of 3-year old South Sacramento girl

Three-year-old Azalya Anderson died four days after
being wounded by reputed gang members who allegedly
shot her residence. |     
The Sacramento Sheriff's Department arrested three reputed gang members for their suspected roles in the shooting death of a 3-year old girl in south Sacramento.

Following a three month investigation, Christopher Ritchey-Bibbs (below left), 25 and Reginald Nash III (below right), 18 were arrested for shooting into an occupied dwelling which caused the death of child, Azalya Anderson. Detectives also arrested Marquess Wilson, 24, for being an accessory after the fact and all three suspects face an additional allegation that the crime was gang-related.

Azalya Anderson died four days after Richie-Bibbs and Nash allegedly fired shots into the dwelling on the 7400 block of Della Circle. During their investigation Sacramento Sheriff's detectives reportedly had to overcome resistance from uncooperative family members. 

Richie-Bibbs and Nash are both in custody at the county jail on $1 million bail, while Wilson has been released. Ritchey-Bibbs and Nash next court date is on Friday, January 25.

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