FORT WORTH — A man was arrested Sunday, accused of opening fire at a family gathering, killing one person and wounding two others, police said.

FORT WORTH — A man was arrested Sunday, accused of opening fire at a family gathering, killing one person and wounding two others, police said.


Fort Worth police arrested Edguardo Pesina, 21, on a murder charge. Witnesses told police Pesina was asked to leave after showing up uninvited to the gathering, said Sgt. Steve Enright, Fort Worth police spokesman. He left but circled the area several times and opened fire when the victims tried to leave, according to police.


Pesina was arrested later in the day.


Police responded to the shooting call at 1:27 a.m. Sunday in the 2500 block of Shropshire Street.


MedStar took three men in their 20s to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, spokesman Matt Zavadsky said.


A man who was in critical condition at the scene died at the hospital, he said. Another man was shot in the leg and had minor injuries, Zavadsky said. The third was transported in serious condition.


Staff writer Monica S. Nagy contributed to this report.


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