WARRINGTON, VIRGINIA – The investigation into the shooting death of Fabian Jorge Sosa, 27-years-old, of Warrenton, is under active investigation.
Fabian Sosa was found shot to death in his apartment on Wednesday morning, January 8th, 2020, when law enforcement responded to complaints of yelling and gunshots at 4 a.m. at an apartment complex located on Jackson Street in Warrenton.
The investigation currently indicates the shooting was not a random act. Sosa and two other men injured in the shooting were the targets of this crime. Early indicators led law enforcement to believe that the suspects, described by witnesses as running from the complex after the shooting, left Jackson Street immediately and fled the immediate area.
Fabian Sosa was found in the apartment deceased from gunshot wounds. A 22 year old man and a 25 year old man were also found in the apartment suffering from life threatening gunshot wounds. They were both airlifted to a regional trauma center.
This homicide of Fabian Sosa and the shooting of the two other men is being actively and aggressively investigated by Warrenton Police Department detectives with assistance from Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia State Police, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Six people have been arrested since the investigation began. Those individuals are Alexander Golden, Makoy Denham, Jaden Staples, Antonio Nehemiah Ogburn, Emily Rice of Warrenton, and Terrell Tucker of Woodstock.
The suspects have been charged as follows:
- Makoya Denham, 21, of Detroit, with of accessory to murder after the fact.
- Alexander Golden, 18, of Detroit, with conspiracy to commit robbery.
- Emily Race, 19, of Warrenton, with conspiracy to commit robbery.
- Jaden Lawrence Staples, 18, of Detroit, with accessory to murder after the fact.
- Terrell Jonathan Tucker, 20, of Woodstock, with accessory to murder after the fact.
- Antonio Nehemiah Ogburn, of Detroit, with conspiracy to commit robbery.
Anyone with information about this homicide is encouraged to contact the Warrenton Police Department at 540-347-1100. A caller’s identity may remain anonymous.
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