Yolo County: Three suspects identified in attempted homicide investigation, considered armed and dangerous

Yolo County: Three suspects identified in attempted homicide investigation, considered armed and dangerous
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Originally published 3-26-21 via Facebook
by the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department:
“Oregon House, Ca. – Attempted Homicide Investigation (3/26/21 update to original release from 3/23/21)
The Yuba County Sheriff Detectives are investigating an attempted homicide reported to the Sheriff’s office at approximately 9:00 a.m. on Monday March 22, 2021. One of two known victims arrived at the Sheriff’s headquarters in Marysville to report an alleged shooting that had occurred overnight off Begonia Way and Saagennah Trail in Oregon House. The female victim had a gunshot wound to the arm and was transported to a local area hospital where she was treated and released for her injury. That victim reported that she believed a second victim remained at the residence from which she had fled.
The SWAT team was dispatched to the vicinity where the incident was reported and located the second victim. There were no suspects located at the scene.
The Yuba County Sheriff’s Office has identified three suspects involved in the March 22nd incident in Oregon House. Warrants have been issued for Zachary Paul Williams (39), Robby Lee Lepird (31), and Jesse James Feamster (23), for Attempted Homicide, Mayhem, Conspiracy, and other charges related to the incident. The suspects should be considered armed and dangerous.
This is an active and ongoing investigation. Anyone with further information is encouraged to contact the Yuba County Investigations Unit at 530-749-7777.”
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