Sacramento County Sheriff: Man Faces Three Counts of Murder in Rogue River Drive Shooting
Above: Robben Bryson booking photo | Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office has announced the arrest of a primary suspect in a recent quadruple shooting that left three deceased and one other injured.
The Sheriff’s Office said that a dog was also killed in the shooting, which occurred on March 6 of this year on Rogue River Drive.
Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office detectives have identified the primary suspect in the shooting as 31-year-old Robben Luke Bryson.
Authorities located and arrested Bryson without incident on Thursday, March 8, in Nevada City.
Initially, two victims were pronounced dead at the scene and two were hospitalized. The day after Bryson’s arrest, a third victim died from their injuries.
According to ABC, the first two deceased victims have been identified as 59-year-old Jack James Jr. and 66-year-old Vicki Lynn Bright.
The identity of the third deceased victim has yet to be released, pending notification of family, the Sheriff’s Office said.
All told, Bryson now reportedly faces three charges of murder, as well as a charge of malicious maiming of an animal.
Bryson is not eligible for bail, and his next scheduled court appearance is the afternoon of Monday, March 20, the Sheriff’s Office said.