A former Public Enemy No. 1 of the Salt Lake Metro Gang Unit has been arrested again following a shooting in Salt Lake City last week.
Terence Vos, 18, was apprehended Tuesday in Las Vegas. Details of his arrest weren't available Wednesday, but Salt Lake police detective Jeff Bedard confirmed he was in custody.
Vos was wanted in connection with an Aug. 14 shooting in front of a house near 850 North and 1800 West. Two of three men walking past a house at that location were shot by Vos after exchanging words with him, according to police.
None of the injuries were life threatening.
Vos, a documented gang member, has a history of gang-related criminal activity including drive-by shootings, according to officials. His brother, Isiah Bo 'Cage Vos, was sentenced to six years to life in prison in 2005 for the shooting death of Jeffrey Maestas, 21, about a block away from Thursday's shooting.