Nycholas Parraz Obituary, Death – Police and relatives claim a 16-year-old woman, her 10-month-old kid, and the baby’s grandmother and great-grandmother were victims. Last Thursday, cops stormed the 3,000-person Goshen house. Two “targeted massacre” suspects are wanted by police. In a Tuesday press conference, Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux did not name the suspects but said that authorities knew much about the incident. Last week, police found marijuana and methamphetamines in the home. Monday’s shooting killed six. Three survived. “None of this was accidental,” Mr. Boudreaux claimed. “Deliberate, purposeful, and horrible.”
Investigators named the victims as Rosa Parraz, 72, Eladio Parraz Jr., 52, Jennifer Analla, 50, Marcos Parraz, 19, Elyssa Parraz, 16, Nycholas Parraz, 10 months old, Mr. Boudreaux said one survivor laid on the floor with their feet on the door to keep the assailants out. “He was so afraid that all he could do was hold the door, hoping he was not the last victim,” the sheriff added. The other two sheltered in an adjacent trailer as bullets were fired. A survivor summoned police at 03:30 (11:30 GMT) on Monday. Two bodies were located outside and others inside the house.
Sheriff Boudreaux said the kid and mother seemed to be running and that forensic evidence reveals the perpetrator stood above the victims and shot at their heads from above. Information leading to an arrest is rewarded with $10,000 (£8,100) by the FBI’s San Francisco office. The sheriff claimed the “extremely unsecure border” has allowed Mexican drug cartel activities to develop in central California in recent years. Police are monitoring the Mexico-Canada border for the suspects. Mr. Boudreaux stressed that the mother and kid were innocent victims.
The victims were “shot in locations where a gunman knew that speedy death would occur,” making the deaths “similar to high-ranking gang executions, and the kind of execution they perform,” he added. The sheriff said hundreds of pieces of evidence have been collected, and victim post-mortem findings are anticipated Friday. He also asked residents to examine their CCTV cameras for strange cars between 03:00 and 05:00 on Monday. Elyssa Parraz’s grandpa informed the Associated Press that she lived with her father’s family in Goshen, central California. Samuel Pina reported the baby’s uncle, grandmother, and great-grandmother died. “I don’t understand what type of monster would do this,” he remarked. Read more.