FRESNO, Calif. – Police are investigating whether there’s a connection between an increase in local gang activity and the shooting Sunday night that left four people dead and six wounded at a backyard football-watching party.
Law enforcement officials are attempting to prevent retaliation after an attack by at least two unidentified assailants in a residence populated by members of the Southeast Asian Hmong community, who have a large representation in the part of Fresno where the shooting occurred.
Fresno police look into gang connection after shooting at football party leaves 4 dead, 6 wounded
Deadly shooting at Fresno football party appears to have been “targeted act of violence,” police say
Shooting in Fresno, Calif., Leaves 4 Dead, 6 Others Wounded
Shooting at Fresno, Calif., backyard party kills four and wounds six in targeted attack, police say
10 people were shot, 4 fatally, at a backyard football watch party in Fresno
Fresno shooting: Police say home where 4 were killed at backyard party was targeted