Police on Monday arrested a 26-year-old man who is a suspect in a mass shooting that took place in downtown Sacramento early Sunday morning as the bars emptied out.
BREAKING:🚨 USA: Multiple people k!IIed and injured in mass shooting incident in downtown Sacramento, California; sound of automatic gunfire captured on amateur video pic.twitter.com/aHwco0UZG6
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Six people died and 12 others were injured in the massacre.
The six people who died were identified by the Sacramento Coroner’s Office:
- Johntaya Alexander, 21
- Melinda Davis, 57
- Sergio Harris, 38
- Joshua Hoye-Lucchesi, 32
- Yamile Martinez-Andrade, 21
- Devazia Turner, 29
Police believe there were at least two shooters; one stolen handgun was found – three men and three women were killed.
26-year-old Dandre Martin was taken into custody as a “related suspect” and was charged with assault and illegal firearm possession, CNN reported.
Other suspects are still at large.
More from CNN:
Police on Monday said they have arrested one man who is a suspect in Sunday’s mass shooting in Sacramento that killed six people and wounded 12 others.
Dandre Martin, 26, was identified as a “related suspect” and was booked on assault and illegal firearm possession charges, according to a release from Sacramento police.
CNN is seeking comment from legal representation for Martin.
During the initial investigation, detectives found more than 100 shell casings and discovered at least three buildings and three cars that had been hit by bullets.
Police served search warrants at three homes and at least one handgun was recovered. Authorities said they have received more than 100 video or photo files in a tip portal.