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intensive hunting for Northern California Sheriff’s Deputy – Suspect in strange double-murder in which the husband and wife were gunned down early Wednesday morning in them home – abruptly ended almost 12 hours after with telephone call.Devin Williams Jr., Deputy with from the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office called the police just before noon and said he wanted turn yourself in. He ran 160 miles (258 kilometers) south. of in crime scene in from the San Francisco Bay Area to the rural wilderness in Central Valley. The officers stayed on telephone with 24-year-an old newcomer, whom they initially described as armed and dangerous, seeks a peaceful end to the hunt that has begun in Dublin, California just after reporting the killings at 00:45, Dublin’s police chief spent 45 minutes talking to the MP in what police described as a mental health crisis and negotiating his possible surrender to the California Highway Patrol. great the loss for our community and this is even more discouraging to find out What was it one of our own, which was trigger-human behind this tragic incident,” said Dublin Police Chief Garrett Holmes, who is also commander in sheriff office.The police were called to home in Dublin – a city in East Bay about 35 miles (56 kilometers) from downtown San Francisco – around 00:45. The 911 caller said the intruder had broken into home waving gun and shot two people before the escape in a vehicleHolmes said to news conference. Witnesses identified the shooter as Williams. Police said Williams used a service weapon. in shooting and threw it out his car window when he ran. The detectives were still looking for in gun.Both victims, 42-year-old woman and 58-year- the old man, whose names were not immediately made public, were spoken dead at the scene. Williams knew the couple, but investigators were still trying to “connect them” and determine a motive, spokesman Lt. Ray Kelly said. for sheriff office.The couple has a teenage child who was in in home at that time of murder, Kelly said. Also in in home was a male relative of pair who was visiting. He was unharmed and talked to detectives about what happened, Kelly said. random crimeKelly said. This is a very strange thread. of events what unfolded – he added.Kelly said that Williams went through “some significant events” in his life in in last several months leading up to the killings, but did not elaborate on what happened. “A lot of of those events remained undiscovered and undiscovered, and we’re going to look into it. There’s a lot of questions that need must be answered,” he said. Violence left law enforcement is shocked. Williams was with sheriff office from September 2021 until now on probation. He was assigned to the Oakland Courthouse, and his work did not cause any concern. performance. Wednesday was his one-year Anniversary with department. “This is a tragedy. All in shock here,” Kelly said. Williams, who from Stockton, worked briefly with Stockton Police Department where he completed their police academy but was eventually fired after he failed their field training programKelly said. Stockton police spokesman Joseph Silva said he could not discuss why Williams left branch, because itpersonnel question.” He confirmed that Williams was working for Stockton Police Department from January 2020 to January 2021. Association of Sheriff’s Deputies. of Alameda County, union representing ordinary deputies, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.This is an evolving story to stay with KSRA 3 for in latest.

intensive hunting for Northern California Sheriff’s Deputy – Suspect in strange double-murder in which the husband and wife were gunned down early Wednesday morning in them home – abruptly ended almost 12 hours after with telephone call.

Devin Williams Jr. Deputy with from the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office called the police just before noon and said he wanted turn yourself in. He ran 160 miles (258 kilometers) south. of in crime scene in from the San Francisco Bay Area to the rural wilderness in Central Valley.

The officers stayed on telephone with 24-year-an old newcomer, whom they initially described as armed and dangerous, seeks a peaceful end to the hunt that has begun in Dublin, California just after reporting the killings at 00:45

The Dublin police chief spent 45 minutes talking to the MP about what police called a mental health crisis and negotiating his possible surrender to the California Highway Patrol.

“It great the loss for our community and this is even more discouraging to find out What was it one of our own, which was trigger-human behind this tragic incident,” said Dublin Police Chief Garrett Holmes, who is also commander in sheriff office.

The police were called to home in Dublin – a city in East Bay about 35 miles (56 kilometers) from downtown San Francisco – around 00:45. The 911 caller said the intruder had broken into home waving gun and shot two people before the escape in a vehicleHolmes said to news conference.

Witnesses identified the shooter as Williams.

Police said Williams used a service weapon. in shooting and threw it out his car window when he ran. The detectives were still looking for in gun.

Both victims, 42-year-old woman and 58-year- the old man, whose names were not immediately made public, were spoken dead on the stage.

Williams knew the pair, but investigators were still trying to “connect them” and determine a motive, spokesman Lt. Ray Kelly said. for sheriff office.

The couple has a teenage child who was in in home at that time of murder, Kelly said. Also in in home was a male relative of pair who was visiting.

According to Kelly, he was unharmed and spoke to detectives about what happened.

“It was not random crimeKelly said. This is a very strange thread. of events what unfolded – he added.

Kelly said that Williams went through “some significant events” in his life in in last several months leading up to the killings, but did not elaborate on what happened.

“A lot of of those events remained undiscovered and undiscovered, and we’re going to look into it. There’s a lot of questions that need must be answered,” he said.

Violence left law enforcement is shocked. Williams was with sheriff office from September 2021 until now on probation. He was assigned to the Oakland Courthouse, and his work did not cause any concern. performance. Wednesday was his one-year Anniversary with department.

“This is a tragedy. All in shock here,” Kelly said.

Williams, who from Stockton, worked briefly with Stockton Police Department where he completed their police academy but was eventually fired after he failed their field training programKelly said.

Stockton police spokesman Officer Joseph Silva said he could not discuss why Williams left branch, because itpersonnel question.” He confirmed that Williams was working for Stockton Police Department from January 2020 to January 2021.

Association of Sheriff’s Deputies of Alameda County, union representing ordinary deputies, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

it’s an evolving story with KSRA 3 for in latest.

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