Police Searching For Answers After Tuesday’s Little Havana Shooting
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MIAMI(CBS4) – Miami Police investigating Tuesday’s Little Havana shooting are asking for the public’s help finding 22-year-old Isabel Greenberg, who is wanted for questioning in reference to the shooting.
The shooting left Geraldo Quesada, 41, in critical condition at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Police believe Quesada was shot in the chest during a home invasion that went bad. After he was shot, police said Quesada stumbled out to the hallway and collapsed at the end of the hallway in a pool of his own blood.
Greenberg is being sought for questioning, but isn’t a suspect in the shooting. She also has an open bench warrant out for prostitution.
Quesada’s ex girlfriend, Cristina Buanco, who is also the mother of two of his five children, told CBS4, “He’s a great provider. He’s a great father. He didn’t deserve what happened to him. We just want to find the person who did this and we hope he (Quesada) is going to be ok. We just want him to come home to his children. We feel terrible about what happened.”
Quesada has no criminal history that CBS4 has been told about. His ex-wife said she was too upset to speak about the shooting. She and other family members are with Quesada at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Police have a limited description of the suspect.
They say he is a latin male in his mid 20s, about five foot eight inches tall and was last seen wearing a black shirt and jeans.
If you have any information about the shooting or the whereabouts of Greenberg, call Miami-Dade Crimestoppers at (305) 471—TIPS (8477).