Karen Britten says she heard a burst of gunfire in her complex, while her 13-year-old grandson DeShawn Bateman was walking home from a friend's. "By the time I got outside he was crawling and saying grandma-- I'm hit. I'm hit," said Britten.Britten says when she heard those chilling words, her heart sank. "I was through because I didn't know where to look.
The city building is the Fresno Police Department's Substation, hard to believe someone would target it with the sign right on the front door. But police say surveillance cameras did not catch the vandals in the act. So they are hoping someone who may know the person responsible will see this and contact them.In three months of being open Tony Fernandez, owner of Parabolic in the Tower District has dealt with a lot.
Loved ones held a candlelight vigil Monday night in Southeast Fresno to honor a woman killed last Friday.42-Year-old Tonya Shaw was riding on a motorcycle with a friend when police say an SUV made a left-hand turn in front of them.Her family and close friends set out these candles and flowers to honor a life tragically taken away.Emotions drowned out the sound of traffic along Willow and Tulare Monday night, as family and friends stood at the corner - remembering 42-year-old Tonya Shaw.Shaw...
AT 11: This 13-year-old was shot while walking home from a friend's in West Central Fresno today. His grandmother says he was just feet away from his apartment when a car pulled up and started firing several rounds. Why his family is outraged & says he was wrongfully targeted https://t.co/40JQpHn4t7
#DEVELOPING: Heavy police presence in neighborhood near Shields & Valentine in West Central Fresno. Neighbor says kid was shot. Not sure how old. Waiting on police chief to update us @ABC30https://t.co/cEtqKcvrOY
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