Photos: Remembering 6-year-old Aiden Leos, killed in alleged road rage shooting

Family members walk behind the casket of 6-year-old Aiden Leos.
Family members walk behind the casket of 6-year-old Aiden Leos after a funeral service in Yorba Linda on Saturday. Aiden was fatally shot while riding in his mother’s car on the 55 Freeway in Orange last month.
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Two people have been arrested in the shooting death of 6-year-old Aiden Leos, who lay dying in his mother’s arms on the 55 Freeway in Orange last month in what officials have called a road rage incident.

Marcus Anthony Eriz, 24, and Wynne Lee, 23, were taken into custody at their home in Costa Mesa on Sunday. The California Highway Patrol said in a statement that the agency expects the pair will be charged with murder.

Eriz and Lee were being held in county jail on $1-million bail each. They are scheduled to be in court Tuesday.

A photograph of 6-year-old Aiden Leos covers his memorial service program.
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Victor Flores, 6, of Orange hangs his head after walking past a memorial for Aiden Leos in Orange.
Victor Flores, 6, of Orange hangs his head after walking past a memorial for Aiden Leos, who was also 6, in Orange.
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Alexis Cloonan, left, Aiden Leos' sister, and Carole Ybanez, a friend of Alexis' mother, listen to politician Don Wagner.
Alexis Cloonan, left, Aiden Leos’ sister, and Carole Ybanez, a friend of Alexis’ mother, listen to Orange County Supervisor Don Wagner during a May 27 press conference on the shooting death.
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Taylor Ybanez, top, consoles her cousin, Alexis Cloonan, Aiden Leos' sister.
Taylor Ybanez, top, consoles her cousin, Alexis Cloonan, Aiden Leos’ sister, after Alexis spoke at a May 27 press conference on the freeway shooting.
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Stuffed animals and other items create a memorial for Aiden Leos on the Walnut Avenue overpass of the 55 Freeway in Orange.
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Family members grieve as the casket of 6-year-old Aiden Leos is put into a hearse after his funeral service Saturday.
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Family members console each other after Aiden Leos' funeral service on Saturday.
Family members console each other after Aiden Leos’ funeral service at Calvary Chapel Yorba Linda on Saturday.
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Albert Lamonte of Huntington Beach helps his son, Marcel, 2, place flowers and a pinwheel at a memorial for Aiden Leos.
Albert Lamonte of Huntington Beach helps his son, Marcel, 2, place flowers and a pinwheel at a memorial for Aiden Leos in Orange.
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Shown are some of the balloons, pinwheels and messages placed at the memorial to Aiden Leos in Orange.
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George Aguilar of Anaheim prays with his sons, Jackson, 7, and Jacob, 11, at Aiden Leos' memorial in Orange.
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David Galazyn and his sons, Clark, 4, left, and Lewis, 2, peer through the fence at the Walnut Avenue overpass of the 55.
David Galazyn and his sons, Clark, 4, left, and Lewis, 2, peer through the fence at the Walnut Avenue overpass of the 55 Freeway, near where Aiden Leos was fatally shot.
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An investigator takes photographs on the northbound 55 Freeway, near where Aiden Leos was fatally shot on May 21.
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Law enforcement officials examine the scene on the northbound 55 Freeway after Aiden Leos was fatally shot on May 21.
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A bullet hole can be seen in the trunk of the car Aiden Leos was a riding in.
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A poster with Aiden Leos' image hangs at a memorial for the 6-year-old on a 55 Freeway overpass in Orange.
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