Attempted Murder - Shooting

Release Date/Time: 9/29/2014 9:37 AM

Incident: Attempted Murder - Shooting

Report #: 14-091592

Date: Monday, 9/29/2014

Time: 4:46 AM

Location: Santa Rita St. & Lamar St.

Officers investigated a shooting that occured the area of Santa Rita St. and E. Lamar St.  A 31 year old male was in a parked vehicle when he was confronted by a passenger in a passing vehicle.  After a verbal exchange, the two became involved in a fight.  As the fight was taking place, the driver of the passing vehicle exited with a handgun and fired.  The victim was struck in the upper torso.  The suspects were last seen fleeing southbound on Santa Rita St.  They were described as Hispanic males in their late teens to early twenties and were in a black vehicle, similar to a Honda.  The victim was flown to a Bay Area hospital and expected to survive.

Release Authorized by: Commander Henry Gomez

Telephone: (831) 758-7250

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