RANCHO TEHAMA, Calif. — A rampaging gunman killed five people in Rancho Tehama, including his wife, whose body was found hidden beneath the floor of their home, authorities said Wednesday.At a morning news conference, Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said that gunman Kevin Janson Neal, 44, likely began a shooting spree after killing his wife with several gunshots and hiding her beneath the floor.Johnston said law enforcement officers found the woman’s body during a search late...
A gunman killed four people and injured two children in a shooting rampage in Northern California’s Tehama County on Tuesday morning before he was fatally shot by law enforcement. Authorities described a chaotic scene in which a gunman in a stolen car appeared to pick targets at random in the rural county. They said the shootings appear to have begun as a “domestic violence incident” but did not provide details. The gunman’s name had not been released Tuesday.
Still reeling from a gunman’s rampage that left four dead, residents of Rancho Tehama awoke Wednesday to calls for community vigils and donation collections, and the painful loss of friends and relatives. “We are all still shaken and worried but glad that everyone has been so loving and supportive,” Aly Monroy of Corning told the Los Angeles Times. Monroy’s cousin Alejandro Hernandez, 6, was shot at Rancho Tehama Elementary School when the gunman crashed through the gates and shot into classrooms.
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Selecting a term
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