The Vallejo Police Department is examining Friday and Saturday homicides, the city's 2nd and 3rd of 2022.
At about 7:08 am Friday, officers replied to the report of a sufferer shot in the 1000 Block of N Camino Alto. Upon arrival, officers located an adult male target suffering from at least one gunfire wound. The victim was obvious deceased at the scene by medical personnel, according to a news release. The division's Detective Division replied to take over the investigation. The objective and scenarios including this shooting are under investigation. The sufferer's identity is being kept pending next of kin notice by the Solano County Coroner's Office.
Anybody with information concerning this situation is asked to contact Detective Ken Jackson at 707-648-4280 or Detective Brian Murphy at 707-648-5430.
On Saturday at roughly 5:21 am, VPD got a call of a person shot in the alley near Georgia Street and Sonoma Boulevard. The sufferer was transferred to a regional hospital where he was noticable deceased by medical employees, a press release mentioned.
With a crime rate of 42 per one thousand residents, Vallejo has one of the highest possible crime rates in America contrasted to all communities of all sizes, from the smallest communities to the very largest cities. In fact, after researching harmful places to live, NeighborhoodScout found Vallejo to be one of the top 100 most harmful cities in the USA. Importantly, when you contrast Vallejo to other communities of comparable population, after that Vallejo's crime rate is quite a bit more than average. Furthermore, NeighborhoodScout found that a lot of the crime that takes place in Vallejo is property crime. Notably, we found that Vallejo has among the highest possible rates of motor vehicle theft in the country according to our evaluation of FBI crime data.
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