Shooting rampage in Northern California


RED BLUFF, Calif. (AP) — A series of shootings at multiple locations in rural Northern California left three people dead and several others wounded Tuesday, including students at an elementary school, authorities said.
Law enforcement officers killed the shooter, but it was not clear if authorities counted it among the three deaths.

Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston tells a TV station in the city of Chico that officers are investigating at least five crime scenes in and around the school in Rancho Tehama Reserve, about 130 miles north of Sacramento.

TEHAMA COUNTY, Calif. (KCRA) — At least four people were killed in a shooting Tuesday morning that started at a home and moved to an elementary school in Tehama County, and the shooter was also killed by law enforcement, the sheriff’s department said.

Multiple shots were fired about 8 a.m. at Rancho Tehama School on Stagecoach Road on the outskirts of Corning, northwest of Chico, Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said.


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11 Responses to Shooting rampage in Northern California

  1. Unclezip says:

    From what I’ve read elsewhere, the guy was a felon, so there’s no way he could have gotten a gun in California.

  2. One of the many Bill's says:

    “At this point the suspected shooter is deceased by law enforcement bullets,” Politically incorrect to say “shot and killed by the police?

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