Tulare county sheriff reports that the family massacred included a 6-month-old baby who was shot in the head.
Tulare County Sheriff’s Office Press Release
Just before 4 a.m. on 1/16/23, TCSO Deputies were called to a home in the 6800 Block of Harvest Road in Goshen for multiple shots fired. The reporting party believed an active shooter was in the area because of the amount of shots being heard.
Deputies arrived seven minutes later.
When they arrived, Deputies immediately noticed two victims dead in the street. Deputies then found a third shooting victim in the doorway of the home. As Deputies searched the area, they found multiple victims at the scene. At this point, there are six total victims. There are victims inside and outside the home. One victim was still alive when Deputies arrived on scene and was taken to the hospital after Deputies performed CPR on him, as well as other victims. Unfortunately, they were all pronounced dead, including the victim who was taken to the hospital.
Detectives believe there are at least two suspects and this is not a random act of violence. It appears that this family massacred was targeted and there are gang associations involved, as well as potential drug investigations. A week ago, TCSO Detectives conducted a narcotics search warrant at the victims’ home.
The victims in this family massacred include a 17-year-old mother and her six-month-old baby.
Right now, the TCSO Crime Lab, Forensics Unit, Homicide Detectives and Gang Detectives are on scene investigating.
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