Multiple Deaths Shooting Spree Tustin Gunman Kills Self

Multiple Shooting Orange County California Multiple Deaths Shooting Spree Tustin Gunman Kills Self Multiple Shooting Orange County California Multiple Deaths...

Comment by gone fishing on February 19, 2013 at 1:07pm
Feb 19, 2013

Multiple Shooting Orange County California Multiple Deaths Shooting Spree Tustin Gunman Kills Self
Multiple Shooting Orange County California Multiple Deaths Shooting Spree Tustin Gunman Kills Self
Multiple Deaths in Shooting Spree Across Tustin Area | Gunman Kills Self in Orange County California ORANGE, Calif. (KTLA) — Multiple people are dead after a shooting spree stretching from Ladera Ranch into Tustin and Orange.

It all started around 5:20 a.m. Tuesday when Orange County sheriff's deputies responded to a call from a home on Red Leaf Lane in Ladera Ranch.

One female was pronounced dead at the location, according to sheriff's spokesman Jim Amormino.

The suspect, a male in his 20s, fled in an SUV into the Tustin area, where there were multiple shootings, Amormino said.

He added that there is not any immediate threat to the community, but could not provide additional details on the suspect's status.

There appeared to be at least five other crime scenes across Tustin and ending in Orange, right near Villa Park.

That final scene was at the intersection of Villa Park Road and N. Wanda Road. One person was deceased in the intersection.

There was another scene at the intersection of El Camino Real and Red Hill Avenue. That scene appeared to involve a black SUV just outside a Shell gas station.

A third scene was at the McFadden Avenue off-ramp from the southbound 55 Freeway. The off-ramp was shut down for the investigation.

There was a fourth crime scene on the east side of the 55 Freeway at the Micro Center electronics store at Edinger and Del Amo avenues.

One person was deceased in the parking lot, and another was reportedly wounded and transported to a local hospital.

Police were also investigating in the 13800 block of Orange Street, just west of Tustin High School.

The exact sequence of events remains unclear, as does the motive for the initial shooting. Check back for updates on this developing story.

Police in the Southern California city of Tustin say at least three people are dead and others wounded after a chaotic 25-minute shooting spree that moved from street to freeway.

Tustin police Supervisor Dave Kanoti says there are several crime scenes and many questions as authorities work to determine if the shootings were connected.

The first call came in to Tustin police at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, but Kanoti says the shootings are believed to have started in unincorporated Orange County with a fatal carjacking. As the carjacker moved into Tustin, police started getting reports of shots fired.

Kanoti says two victims are confirmed dead in Tustin. He says the shooter then went several miles away where he killed himself.

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