Bloods Member Who Killed Father of Three Gets 25 Years to Life in Prison

Pictured: Fredrick Jones, who was sentenced Friday for the murder of Jose Ingles. Credit: Bronx District Attorney's Office

By Sasha Gonzales

sgonzales@bronxjusticenews.com

A reputed Bloods gang member who killed a father of three in a mistaken-identity murder was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison Friday.

Victim Jose Ingles, 37, was double-parked in front of a deli at 706 Faile Street in May 2016 when Fredrick Jones, 29, of the East Bronx, shot him six times in his face, chest, and stomach, prosecutors said.

Jones carried out the fatal attack thinking Ingles was a rival gang member. But he was actually a father of three who was simply looking for alternate side of the street parking in Hunts Point at the time, prosecutors said.

The killing was caught on video surveillance.

Pictured: Fredrick Jones is seen on surveillance video approaching the minivan of Jose Ingles, who he fatally shot moments later. Credit: NYPD

“The defendant senselessly took the life of a man who happened to be in his mini-van in front of a corner deli…We hope today’s sentence brings some closure to the victim’s family in this brutal killing,” Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark said.

Ingles was a father to three little girls.

In addition to the 25 years to life sentence Jones received for the the murder,  he will serve a concurrent 15-year sentence for weapon possession, prosecutors said.

With Kevin Deutsch

About Sasha Gonzales 42 Articles
Sasha Gonzales is a Contributing Writer for Bronx Justice News and a Kingsbridge resident. A native of the Bronx, Sasha is an academic researcher interested in the study of multi-generational poverty and income disparities. She is also an aspiring fine arts photographer and avid reader.

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