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1 suspect arrested, 1 missing in Flagstaff machete attack

(Source: Coconino County Sheriff's Office) Flagstaff police have identified Louise Leyvas Sanchez III as the second suspect in a machete attack on a man Dec. 1. (Source: Coconino County Sheriff's Office) Flagstaff police have identified Louise Leyvas Sanchez III as the second suspect in a machete attack on a man Dec. 1.
(Source: Coconino County Sheriff's Office) Andrew Jaurequi is accused of holding down the victim while Sanchez III attacked the victim with a machete. (Source: Coconino County Sheriff's Office) Andrew Jaurequi is accused of holding down the victim while Sanchez III attacked the victim with a machete.
FLAGSTAFF, AZ (CBS5) -

One of two suspects wanted in connection with a Dec. 1 machete attack on a Flagstaff man has been taken into custody.

Andrew James Jaurequi, 19, also known as "Applez," was arrested at about 3 p.m. Thursday. He was booked into the Coconino County Jail on a warrant for probation violation and attempted homicide

The other suspect, Louise Leyvas Sanchez III, also known as "Sauce," remains on the loose. 

[RELATED: Machete attack leaves victim with multiple slash wounds]

The unidentified victim suffered injuries to his face, head, back and one of his legs, officers said.

According to the victim, he was targeted by the pair because of an earlier confrontation. The victim said the two suspects tracked him down to 1809 North Second St. and began attacking him with the weapon.

According to the initial report by the victim, he was held down by Jaurequi as Sanchez IIII began attacking him with the machete.

The attackers fled the scene in Jaurequi's yellow, four-door 1991 Cadillac.

Sanchez could be driving a blue 1990s four-door Cadillac, investigators said.

Anyone with information about Sanchez's whereabouts or any information into the assault is asked to contact the Flagstaff Police Department.

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