One of the four deadly victims Shooting violence There was a nine-year-old boy in suburban Los Angeles on Wednesday who died in the arms of his injured mother while trying in vain to save him, officials said Thursday.
“A little boy died in his mother’s arms while trying to save her during this horrific murder,” Orange County District Attorney Todd Spiegel told a news conference.
Spitzer said, “Our hearts are touched today by the victims and I am here to let you know that we will do everything in our power at the Orange County District Attorney’s Office to get justice for this family. He said he would consider seeking the death penalty.
The bloodshed in Orange, California, about 48 kilometers (30 miles) southeast of central Los Angeles, marked the third deadly genocide in the United States in less than a month.
In contrast to the other two attacks, investigators in California said they were able to determine immediately that the attacker knew the attackers and randomly denied the incident of violence.
“The primary motive is believed to be related to a business and personal relationship that exists between all the suspects and the victims,” Orange Police Department Lieutenant Jennifer Amat told a news conference.
Authorities identified the suspect as 44-year-old Aminadab Gaxiola Gonzalez, a resident of the neighboring town of Fullerton.
In addition to the boy, the other victims were a man and two women.
Amat said the shooter and the woman who rescued the boy were both in critical condition but hospitalized.
On Wednesday afternoon, the suspect entered the office complex of a business called Unified Homes that bought and sold mobile homes and locked the gates in his backyard with a bicycle lock.
Officers said the shots were still fired when officers arrived, but they were detained until they broke discipline with bolt cutters.
“In the meantime, there is a lot of violence in the offices and people are dying or being shot,” Spitzer said.
From outside the yard, two officers engaged in a gunfight with the suspect, who was injured and arrested, Amat said.
Tim Smith’s home has been separated from the office parking lot by a wooden yard fence. When he was at the back of his house he heard a volley of three shots, then a volley of three and a final volley of four.
According to The Associated Press, Smith, 644, said Thursday morning, “The first words I heard after the shots were fired were, ‘Don’t move, I’ll shoot you,'” Smith (.4) said Thursday morning.
Smith said he heard the man’s voice repeat twice more and believed it was a police officer talking. He did not hear another voice or more shots. He then peeked at the fence and saw SWAT officers marching in a line in the backyard of the building.
“It makes me very sad,” he said. “A foolish loss of life.”
Authorities recovered a semi-automatic handgun and a backpack of pepper spray, handcuffs and ammunition that they believe belonged to the suspect.
Police searched the complex after an injured woman appeared to rescue a dead nine-year-old child and found a dead woman, a dead man inside an office building and a dead woman inside another office. Building, Amat Md.
Police are withholding their identities until relatives are notified.