Behind the wheel of a car was Oliver Moisés Mirabal Acosta, also known as "Papi", records. Acosta was arrested on Tuesday in connection with shooting.
The witness told the police group, who had gathered around 5:30 pm On Saturday, several women and a small child included the filings.
The following night, other witnesses saw two cars, one gray Kia and one gray Hyundai, parked on a street near the ring. García and another man were on a motorcycle next to the cars. The men left the motorcycle and left it on the street and drove off in Kia and left the bike next to Hyundai, record play. The car returned a few minutes later, and the same witnesses saw García and his companion assembling the bike, the documents said.
Moment later, witnesses said they saw a man on a Baja motorcycle get off and go up to where Ortiz was sitting.
The witnesses said the shooter was trying to return on the motorcycle but escaped when people surrounded the bike.
García "accelerated, lost control of the motorcycle and tumbled, leading people in the area to catch him and beat him," prosecutors wrote. "The person who kicked continued to run with the gun in his hand and managed to escape."
Subsequently, the police carried out an "exhaustive investigation" and investigated video surveillance which showed that the shooter drove towards Hyundai and was reunited with the people inside the car. The car's nameplate matched the nameplate of a car caught by a gas station camera in Caobas.
García faces a charge for being an accomplice for attempted murder, which he is denied by his lawyer. The court record said that Acosta was captured Tuesday night in the city of Mao in the northern Dominican Republic.
It was not immediately clear what fees Acosta faced in connection with the shot, but he has a criminal past.
Dominican newspaper Listin Diario reported Wednesday that Acosta was sentenced to five years in prison for illegal possession of weapons in May 201
The police have not revealed a motive for the attack on Ortiz.
As reporters in the Dominican Republic, a planned press release on the Ortiz case awaited Wednesday, his 17-year-old wife, Tiffany Ortiz, released her second public statement on her husband's recovery at Mass General.
"David continues to recover today in the Intensive Care Unit of Massachusetts General Hospital under the guidance of treating trauma surgeon Dr. David King," said Tiffany Ortiz. "Yesterday and this morning, David could sit up and take a few steps. His condition is guarded and he will remain in the ICU for the next few days, but he is making good progress towards recovery. "
Tiffany Ortiz said she" family and I want to thank everyone for their endless love and pleasure, and still ask for integrity while David continues to heal. "
At Fenway Park, David Ortiz's former teammates were encouraged to learn about his progress.
" Of course, it's a sensitive situation. I've received updates in recent days, says Red Sox manager Alex Cora, who played with Ortiz from 2005 to 2008. "It's been positive. Just stay positive and ask for this to happen."
Cora said Ortiz "Will bounce back. He'll be back with us. We know." Sox captain added that he hopes to visit Ortiz before the team leaves their next road trip on Thursday night.
"I would love," he said.
Earlier Wednesday, An Ortiz family friend, Leo Lopez, gave a similar update to the world in a short phone call.
"Everything is fine, it's good," Lopez said in Spanish. "The process takes time, but everything is fine. He is fine."
On Tuesday, Advocate General Jean Alain Rodríguez said in a statement released in Spanish that "other people" who participated in the crime have been identified and more details will be released in time "" Catch and interrogation "has been completed.