ISIS MUSLIM SHOOTS UP AZUSA CALIFORINA Polling Station! Kills TWO Voters Wounds Several Voters
The Muslim's objective was to disrupt the election.
BREAKING NEWS: Polling stations close and manhunt is underway for 'heavily-armed' gunman after one is killed and three injured in California shooting described a 'very volatile and critical situation'
Polling stations are on lockdown and a manhunt is underway for a 'heavily armed' gunman who killed one person and injured another three in California. Los Angeles County Fire Inspector Gustavo Medina said one person was dead on arrival after the shooting in Azusa on Tuesday. Two people were airlifted to hospitals and a fourth was being treated, he said. But he was unable to say whether the four people had been shot. Azusa Police said the shooting began at 2.02pm with reports of shots fired near Memorial Park at 320 N Orange Avenue. Police said no arrests have been made and advised residents to shelter in place until further notice. Azusa police Officer Jerry Willison said the shooter fired on officers at the scene, but none of them were hurt. He also was unable to say whether those injured had been shot, but confirmed that no arrests have been made. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>>
The Muslim was with a Female accomplice:
Police were searching for at least one female suspect, and possibly an additional male suspect, Azusa Police Chief Steve Hunt said. The shooter exchanged gunfire with Azusa Police Department officers, but they were not hit or injured, a fire official told KTLA. Amid the search for the shooter, multiple police and SWAT vehicle could be seen on the streets of the residential area, which appeared to be near a school, aerial video from Sky5 showed. Two polling placed in the area — Memorial Park North Recreation Center and Dalton Elementary School — were also impacted by the shooting, L.A. County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean Logan tweeted. “Voters should avoid the area and, if necessary, cast a ballot at an alternate polling location,” Logan wrote in a separate tweet. KTLA
Suspect lives in the neighborhood:
Roberto Chavez, 67, and his wife were sitting outside on their porch when they saw a heavily armed man fire at least 10 rounds at a group of people. Police quickly responded, Chavez said. About 20 officers swarmed into the neighborhood in the 600 block of West Fourth Street, he said. The gunman, who wore a white shirt and black pants, ran into a home about three doors down from Chavez’s house, he said. Chavez said he recognized the man as someone who frequently visits and hangs out at his neighbor’s home. He didn’t know the man’s name. He said some of the victims appeared to be neighbors in the area. Police told him to remain indoors because the gunman had barricaded himself inside a home. “It’s a very dangerous situation,” he said. LA TIMES >>>>>>>>