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7 dead as California mourns 3rd mass killing in 8 days
HALF MOON BAY, Calif. (AP) -- A gunman killed seven people at two agricultural businesses in Northern California, plunging the state into mourning again in the wake of its third mass killing in eight days.
Officers arrested a suspect in Monday’s shootings, 67-year-old Chunli Zhao, after they found him in his car in the parking lot of a sheriff’s substation, San Mateo County Sheriff Christina Corpus said.
Seven people were found dead and an eighth injured at a farm and another location several miles away, the Sheriff’s Office said. Officials believe Zhao worked at one of the facilities and that the victims were workers as well, Corpus said. Officials haven’t determined a motive for the shooting.
JEFF CHIU and OLGA R. RODRIGUEZ
Mon, January 23, 2023 at 8:29 PM GMT-5·
California is still reeling from an attack on a Lunar New Year celebration in Monterey Park that killed 11 and cast a shadow over an important holiday for many Asian-American communities. Authorities are still seeking a motive for the Saturday shooting.
There might be a lengthy gun control debate coming up soon, with new laws although California has it for decades.
Very sad, these gun attacks happen regularly, now.
Two days in a row?
Sounds like civil war!
No motive for mass-killing ?
How about vendetta and nothing but hatred?
The odd thing is that California has a firm gun purchase rules . - just a circumstance fact.
That makes it even more puzzling
We are finding ludicrous excuses for the mass-shooting now!
There is a loneliness epidemic in the United States -- and experts told ABC News it may be triggering violence.
In California, there have been three shootings in as many days, tied to a perpetrator who may have exhibited signs of social isolation and/or violent behavior, according to authorities.
In Monterey Park, police documents revealed the 72-year-old suspect had been divorced from his wife since 2006, lived alone in Hemet -- about 30 miles Southeast of Riverside -- and was angry and resentful.
As US reels from multiple mass shootings in California, can loneliness be a trigger for violence?
January 26, 2023, 5:07 AM