Clovis Mall Shooting Suspect Arrested With ‘Ghost’ Gun
An 18-year-old Clovis man was arrested with a “ghost” gun in his possession Thursday night following a shooting two days earlier at Sierra Vista Mall.
Clovis police arrested Aiden Seibert during a traffic stop in which he had a loaded privately manufactured 9 mm handgun lacking a serial number.
Seibert was booked into Fresno County Jail shortly before 9 p.m. His bail totals $235,000.
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Among the charges that Seibert faces are assault with a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, and having a weapon while being the subject of a restraining order.
Juvenile Shot in the Leg
Clovis police said that a juvenile was shot in the leg during a verbal confrontation involving juveniles and young adults outside of the mall on Tuesday.
No other arrests have been made. Clovis police said the shooting wasn’t gang-related.