Police Investigate North Area Shooting

The Sacramento Police Department (SPD) is investigating a shooting that left one man in critical condition and another in police custody, according to an official SPD press release.

100 block of Stanford Ave.

On Monday, July 23, 2012, at 9:05pm, officers were reportedly called to the 100 block of Stanford Avenue on a report of a shooting. Officers arrived and found the 41 year-old victim on the ground with gunshot wounds to his upper body. The 50 year-old suspect was contacted at the scene, identified, and taken into police custody without incident.

According to the release, the suspect reportedly shot his daughter’s boyfriend multiple times. The firearm was recovered at the scene and investigators have yet to determine a motive, and at this time detectives are actively investigating the circumstances that led to this incident.

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Police Investigate North Area Shooting was last modified: January 11th, 2019 by admin
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Corrie Pelc brings over 16 years of journalism experience to United Reporting. She currently writes for a number of Sacramento-area publications, including Sacramento News & Review, East Sacramento News, Arden Carmichael News, Inside the City and Style Magazine.