FARMINGTON -- Clearfield police have arrested a second suspect connected to an August shooting.
Daniel Rivera Jr., 30, was arrested in Roy and booked in Davis County Jail on Monday afternoon, said Clearfield Assistant Police Chief Greg Krusi.
The Davis County Attorney's Office filed first-degree felony aggravated robbery charges against Rivera in 2nd District Court on Friday in connection with the shooting.
According to the probable cause statement, Rivera was with his brother, Ramon Luis Rivera, on Aug. 29 when Ramon Rivera, 24, shot a man in a driveway after he and Daniel took a bag they thought had $2,300 in it, but instead had trash.
Daniel Rivera worked in the same store as the victim and had counted the cash that was supposed to be in the bag, according to the documents.
Ramon Rivera has recently been indicted by a grand jury for three additional robberies in Davis County, excluding the Aug. 29 shooting.
The federal charges are in connection with an Aug. 1 robbery at Family Dollar in Layton; an Aug. 17 robbery at Family Dollar in Clinton; and an Aug. 20 robbery at Central Park in Sunset.
Ramon Rivera is also charged federally with one count of possessing a Ruger P95 9mm handgun and one count of removing, obliterating or altering the serial number. Because he had been convicted of felony charges by the time he was 18, he cannot lawfully have possession of any type of gun or ammunition.
Deputy Davis County Attorney Steve Major said his office agreed with the U.S. Attorney's Office to not charge Ramon Rivera for the three robberies in Davis County.
Instead, the county attorney's office charged him with first-degree felony attempted criminal homicide, first- degree felony aggravated robbery and third-degree felony possession of a dangerous weapon by a restricted person.
Meanwhile, police continue to search for a third brother, Paul Rivera, 27, who is charged with two first-degree felonies in connection with a Sept. 2, 2008, armed robbery at Black Velvet Boutique in Clearfield, Krusi said.
"We know he is traveling between here and Texas, but we don't know where exactly," Krusi said.
Anyone with information about Paul Rivera can call police at (801) 525-2806.