Del Paso Heights Shooting
The Del Paso Heights shooting incident happened on Wednesday night, a little past 10:30 p.m., in the 1600 block of Grand Avenue, CBS News reported.
They also found one person with at least one gunshot wound that was deemed non-life-threatening.
Another victim, also with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound, was located in the 3000 block of Elm Street, just a few blocks away, The Sacramento Bee reported.
This particular area is situated across the street from Grant Union High School.
Further investigations about the Del Paso Heights shooting led the police to uncover an additional five victims at a nearby hospital. Each of these victims had sustained at least one gunshot wound, fortunately also classified as non-life-threatening injuries.
Authorities Actively Investigate Del Paso Heights Shooting
At present, the Del Paso Heights shooting incident remains an active investigation, with the authorities diligently pursuing all leads and examining the surrounding circumstances.
Officer Cody Tapley, the spokesperson for the Sacramento Police Department, affirmed that law enforcement is fully committed to uncovering the truth and holding those responsible accountable for their actions involving the Del Paso Heights shooting.
Residents are urged to remain vigilant and cooperate with the ongoing investigation of the Del Paso Heights shooting, providing any information that may assist the authorities in bringing the perpetrators to justice.