Moreno Valley man arrested in the death of Grand Terrace Roller Rink owner

A 25-year-old Moreno Valley man was arrested this week in connection with the fatal shooting of Cal Skate skating rink owner Ryan Harsany.

San Bernardino County sheriff’s detective arrested Tre’elle Potts Wednesday, April 17, on suspicion of murder, officials said.


Details surrounding the identification of Potts and his arrest are not being disclosed at this time,” according to a statement from the Sheriff’s Department.

Potts was booked at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino and is being held without bail.

Deputies found Harsany fatally wounded inside his Grand Terrace skating rink, located at 22080 Commerce Way, March 16 when they responded to a robbery at the business, officials said.

When they arrived, smoke was rising from the building. San Bernardino County Fire Department crews extinguished two small fires, said Tracey Martinez, spokeswoman for the department. Firefighters and deputies pulled Harsany from the building. Paramedics then took him to a hospital where he died.

According to his twin brother Brian Harsany, the siblings used to skate at the rink as children.

From the Sheriff’s Press release:

A 25-year-old Moreno Valley man was arrested this week in connection with the fatal shooting of Cal Skate skating rink owner Ryan Harsany. San Bernardino County sheriff’s detective arrested Tre’elle Potts Wednesday, April 17, on suspicion of murder, officials said. “Details surrounding the identification of Potts and his arrest are not being disclosed at this time,” according to a statement from the Sheriff’s Department.

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