Shooting suspect’s boyfriend nabbed in double homicide

SACRAMENTO — Police are investigating three murders that occurred in Sacramento on Tuesday, arresting a suspect in an early-morning double homicide that may be connected to a late November shooting.

Authorities discovered the bullet-riddled bodies of two middle-aged men at a home on the 2200 block of 18th Avenue shortly after 1 a.m. Tuesday. Besides the two victims, ages 60 and 54, there were two other adults at the house who hadn’t been harmed when a male suspect forced his entry into the residence and opened fire.

Detectives have linked the homicides to a Nov. 28 shooting at the same home that targeted one of the two victims.

Detectives believe that shooting occurred as a result of a fight between two females a few days prior. The suspect in the November attack, 21-year-old Bryanna Warren, forced entry into the residence and shot two people, including one of the men killed Tuesday. Warren was arrested Dec. 2 on attempted murder and burglary charges. Police believe her boyfriend, George Wallace, is responsible for the Dec. 15 murders and arrested him on murder and ammunition charges Tuesday.

Later that night, a 19-year-old male was gunned down on the 1900 block of San Juan Road. Homicide investigators believe the victim and a friend were about to leave in a car when three black males in dark clothing shot and killed the victim.

The Sacramento Police Department urges anyone with information pertaining to this crime or this person to contact Crime Alert at (916) 443-HELP or text in a tip to 274637 (CRIMES). Enter SACTIP followed by the tip information. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.

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