Police have named Dagoberto Franco-Penaloza, 24, as the suspect in a Nov. 22 shooting of a Menlo Park man in the marshland area near Menlo Park's border with East Palo Alto.
Franco-Penaloza, also known as Gustavo Torres, has ties to Menlo Park and East Palo Alto and is considered armed and dangerous, police said in a statement. Police said they have obtained an $11 million warrant for his arrest on suspicion of attempted homicide.
On the evening of Nov. 22, police found a 29-year-old Menlo Park man with gunshot wounds to his legs, arms and torso lying in the marshland area between Bayfront Expressway and University Avenue. He was taken to Stanford Hospital and is still there, in stable condition, police said.
The Menlo Park Police Department is asking anyone who witnessed this incident, or who might have additional information on this case or the whereabouts of Franco-Penaloza, to call 650-330-6300 and ask for Detective Steven Knopp, or send an email to email@example.com.
To leave an anonymous tip, call 650-330-6395.