Attack on office building resulted in four deaths
On Friday, a man was charged with murder and attempted murder in a shooting in an office building in Southern California, resulting in the deaths of four people, including a nine-year-old boy.
Orange County prosecutors said Aminadab Gashiola Gonzalez, 44, was charged with the murder of two police officers because he started shooting at them as he approached the shooting scene on Wednesday night. Authorities said that before the incident, Gachiola locked the door of the office building with a bicycle-like chain and padlock.
District Attorney Todd Spitzer said in a statement: “Taking another person’s life is the most serious crime, and is essentially locked in a shooting range and killing multiple people. The situation is frightening.”
Gaxiola is expected to receive treatment from the hospital on Friday. His condition is stable but his condition is stable. He was shot in the massacre and the authorities are investigating whether he was shot by the police or sustained self-inflicted injuries.
Authorities have not yet released the identities of the four people killed in the attack on the office of the mobile home brokerage firm United Homes. They said that the suspect and the adult victim had a business and personal relationship with each other, and the shooting was not an act of violence.
A relative identified one of the victims, 50-year-old Luis Tovar, who owned a unified house.
“Our world is fragmented,” Vania Tovar, 28, one of Tovar’s five children, told Orange County Chronicles.
Her other child, Thalia Tovar, pointed out on the GoFundMe page that her sister Genevieve Raygoza was also killed in the shooting. He said that the minor Leticia Solis and the minor Matthew Farias were also among the victims.
A post on the same page of GoFundMe identified Farias’ mother, Blanca Tamayo, as the injured victim.
Given that there are multiple murders, the death penalty applies in this case. Spitzer said Thursday that he has not yet decided whether to apply.