SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office has released the identities of the three women and three men killed in Sunday morning’s mass shooting.
The victims have been identified as 21-year-old Johntaya Alexander, 57-year-old Melinda Davis, 38-year-old Sergio Harris, 32-year-old Joshua Hoye-Lucchesi, 21-year-old Yamile Martinez-Andrade and 29-year-old DeVazia Turner.
Sacramento police said they were patrolling the area when they heard shots being fired in the area of 10th and K streets around 2 a.m. Officers said they rushed over to find a large crowd and six people dead in the street.
“Officers began to give medical aid, including CPR, to victims that they found, and at the same time worked to stabilize the scene and learn what they could about the crime,” explained Sacramento Police Chief Kathy Lester.
Twelve other people were also wounded in the melee and at least four of them suffered critical injuries, officials said. UC Davis Medical Center told FOX40 on Monday morning that two of the wounded had been treated and discharged and two others were still hospitalized.
Harris’ mother was seen waiting behind yellow crime scene tape Sunday and expressed her frustration after waiting several hours for information from police.
“My child is out there on that ground, you know? This don’t make any sense and there’s other people’s children that’s out there on the ground. And they won’t tell us nothing, and it’s heartbreaking,” Pamela Harris said, crying. “It’s heartbreaking to see what’s going on out here and they’re not telling us anything.”
Not long after FOX40 spoke to Pamela Harris, authorities confirmed that her son had died.
Frank Turner was working security in the Bay Area when he said he got word from family that his 29-year-old son, DeVazia Turner, was among the casualties.
“They were cousins … Sergio and DeVazia were cousins,” Frank Turner said.
According to their parents, both men were fathers.
The Sacramento Police Department said they are searching for at least two people behind the shooting. So far, there is no suspect information.
According to police, a video on social media points to a fight that happened before shots rang out. Investigators are working to see if that fight is in any way tied to the shooting.
A stolen handgun was also found inside the crime scene perimeter and police said they were investigating if it was used in the shooting.
This story is developing. Check back for updates.