Five held in NE Bend beatings, stabbing
Mar 19,2007 00:00 by Cheryl McDermott

Two Bend men charged with attempted murder

Two Redmond residents were dragged out of their vehicle, beaten, stabbed, and robbed Sunday evening in northeast Bend, leading to the arrest of two women and three men from Bend — two for attempted murder, authorities reported.

 
Top (L) Delfino Bravo Rosas, (R) Ricardo Bravo Rosas – both men are charged with attempted murder. Bottom (L) Monica Arias Magallanes, (R) Adelina Madrigal – DCJ Photos. Not pictured: Emmanuel Garcia-Hernandez. 
According to Sgt. Kurt Koester with Bend Police, Redmond residents Felix Serriteno Ruiz, 28, and Fabiola Hurtado Hernandez, 19 were sitting in their vehicle near northeast Carl Street in Bend about 6:15 p.m. March 18 when they were confronted by five suspects.

Officers responding to a reported assault in progress involving multiple suspects found Serriteno Ruiz beaten and stabbed multiple times, and Hernandez beaten unconscious.  Both victims were transported by ambulance to St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, with Hernandez quickly regaining consciousness.

Investigation determined that an undisclosed amount of money was stolen from Hernandez’ purse, the sergeant said, adding that a police k-9 dog assisted in locating evidentiary items related to the case.

Three suspects were apprehended while fleeing the scene in a vehicle, Koester reported.  Emanuel Garcia-Hernandez, 19, Monica Aria Magallanes, 27, and Adelina Arias Madrigal, 23, were taken into custody and lodged in the Deschutes County Jail.

Two other suspects, Ricardo Bravo Rosas, 26, and Delfino Bravo Rosas, 25, were arrested after they were found hiding in a neighboring yard, Sgt. Koester said.

Ricardo Bravo Rosas and Delfino Bravo Rosas were both charged with attempted murder, two counts of first-degree assault, conspiracy, and tampering with evidence.  Delfino Bravo Rosas was also charged with identity theft and possession of a forged instrument.

Emmanuel Garcia-Hernandez was charged with first-degree conspiracy to commit assault, identity theft, and possession of a forged instrument.

Monica Aria Magallanes and Adelina Arias Madrigal were both charged with first-degree robbery and third-degree assault.