California sheriff announces arrests in brutal mass homicide
Six people including mother and 10-month-old killed in January.
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Law enforcement on Friday announced the arrest of two suspects in the brutal mass homicide that shocked California and the country last month.
The Tulare County Sheriff’s Department said in a release that it had arrested “35-year-old Angel Uriarte of Goshen and 25-year-old Noah Beard of Visalia” for “the heinous murders of six people, including a 10-month-old baby, on January 16th."
Police on that date responded to a call at a small house in Goshen, Calif., to find the six victims killed execution-style.
Footage obtained from the house showed 16-year-old Alissa Parraz dropping her 10-month-old baby Nycholas over a fence and then climbing a fence herself in an attempt to evade the killers; both were found dead with bullets in their heads.
Both suspects “were well known validated Surreno gang members,” the sheriff’s department said of the arrest.