Multiple arrests made in connection to October Denny’s shooting

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NASHUA — After a thorough investigation, local authorities have made multiple arrests related to a shooting incident that occurred at a Denny’s restaurant on Oct. 29.

Nashua Police Department officers were dispatched to the Denny’s on Gusabel Avenue at 2:46 a.m., following reports of a disturbance and possible shooting.

Upon arrival, two individuals with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds were discovered, while several suspects attempted to flee the scene.

Officers detained multiple individuals, provided medical aid to the victims, and secured three firearms from the location.

Detectives, through witness interviews and video evidence, identified eleven suspects involved in the incident.

Arrest warrants were subsequently issued for all suspects.

With the assistance of the NPD SWAT Team and the South Burlington Police Department, ten have been apprehended and are in custody.

The individuals arrested include:

Edward Solanoreyes, arrested on Dec. 5, faces multiple felony charges and awaits extradition to New Hampshire.

Rony Guzman-Encarnacion, arrested on Nov. 30, is being held on preventative detention after his arraignment.

Yesther Pascual, arrested on Nov. 30, faces felony and misdemeanor charges and is being held on preventative detention.

David Del Villar Gonzalez, Robin Guzman-Encarnacion, Bryan Guzman, Felix Guzman-Nunez, Miguel Ortiz, and Jose Almanzar, all arrested on Nov. 30 for riot, face various bail conditions pending arraignment.

Joel Sanchez, arrested on Dec. 1, was released on cash bail pending arraignment.

The investigation continues, with an active arrest warrant for Adonis Garcia for riot, a Class B Felony.

The Nashua Police urge anyone with information about the incident to contact their department or provide anonymous tips through the Nashua Police Crime Line.

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