Three Arrested and One Injured in Lompoc Shooting

By the Lompoc Police Department

Case# : 2211-1022
Press Release Date :
11/10/2022 12:00 AM
Location :
600 block North Fourth Street
Summary :
On 11/10/22, at about 11:53 am, the Lompoc Police Department received several phone calls regarding multiple shots being fired around the 600 block North Fourth Street. When officers arrived, they located a 36-year-old male with a non-life-threatening injury. The male victim was transported to the hospital for medical attention.

Through the investigation, Detectives learned there was a vehicle involved. Detectives, with the support of patrol, made a traffic stop on a vehicle related to the shooting. Three individuals were inside of the vehicle. The investigation revealed three firearms inside the vehicle, including a non-serialized handgun commonly referred to as a “Ghost gun” and a sawed-off shotgun. One subject was arrested for the possession of the guns, the female was arrested for her warrants and the driver was cited in the field for driving a motor vehicle with no license. The shooting remains under investigation.

The reason for the shooting is still being investigated. If anyone has any further information, they are encouraged to call the Lompoc Police Department or send us a message via the Lompoc Police App.

The following subjects were arrested:

Celena Garcia, 36-years-old; Arrested for warrants.

Andrew Simonsarmstead, 29-years-old; Arrested for Felon in Possession of Firearms and Possession of a Short-Barreled Rifle.

Jordan Canely, 26-years-old; Cited in the field for being an unlicensed driver.


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