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In an early morning shooting in Goshen, California, six people were found dead, including a teenage mother and a six-month-old baby, on Monday, January 16. Deputies responded to multiple 911 calls to a home at 6800 Block of Harvest Road, about 36 miles south of Fresno after multiple shots were heard. Upon arrival, officers located two gunshot victims dead, and after an additional search of the home, they found four other gunshot victims, according to ABC30.
One of the six victims was still alive when authorities arrived at the scene and they were taken to the hospital. However, the victim was pronounced dead a short time later, a local news outlet reports. Among the fatalities in the shooting were a 17-year-old mother and a six-month-old baby. Notably, a drug search warrant was served on the same Goshen home just a week ago.
after 3:30 a.m. m., according to the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office.
The investigation is ongoing and so far no arrests have been made. At the time, there are at least two suspects, authorities say, according to local media. Informants first thought the incident was led by an active shooter. The investigator does not rule out the possibility of a gang connection in relation to the shootings, as they do not consider it a random act.
“We can tell you that we believe we have two suspects at this time. We also believe it was not a random act of violence, we believe it was a targeted family,” Sheriff Boudreaux said.
“We believe there are gang associations involved in this scene, as well as possible narcotics investigations,” he further said, reports The Sun.
Disclosing the drug search warrant at the home a week ago, the sheriff said other family members survived the tragic shootings. He said: “We have a family that was escorted from the scene, we have survivors. The reason they survived this horrible massacre, for lack of a better term, we just don’t have all that information this morning.”
Anyone with information related to this incident is asked to contact the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office at 559-733-6218. Whistleblowers who wish to remain anonymous can contact authorities by calling or texting 559-725-4194 or emailing email@example.com.Read more…..