The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has altered the way of life for almost everyone on the planet. Nation-wide and state-wide lockdowns are in place in many places across the planet. People are being advised and ordered to not step out of their houses unless important, and schools and colleges have been shut down.
However, this hasn’t stopped people from doing what they want. Even under lockdowns, people have continued to gather in large numbers in many places. For example, thousands of university students in America travelled to California for their spring break. This is one of many gatherings across the globe.
However, one of those gatherings in California took a violent turn.
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On Friday night, a shooting took place at a party in Bakersfield. Police found left 94 shell cases at the apartment complex in Bakersfield, left behind by the shooters.
Even though no arrests have currently been made, the police has been able to gather that 4 black men who left the scene in a white sedan are prime suspects.
The shooters managed to injure 6 individuals. The victims, four women, one man and a girl, were treated at a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
The party is suspected to have been attended by 400-500 people.
The Kern County Sheriff’s Office posted an update via their Facebook page.
“On April 11, 2020, at 12:26 a.m., Kern County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the 3500 block of Pioneer Drive in Bakersfield for multiple shots fired and several victims of a shooting. When deputies arrived, they discovered a large party had been occurring at this apartment complex prior to the shooting. A total of six (6) victims were shot and treated at a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The victims include a juvenile female and five adults (four females, one male).
The shooting suspects were described as four black males driving a white sedan. No arrests have been made at this time, and the investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is urged to call Kern County Sheriff’s Office at 661-861-3110 or Secret Witness Line at 661-322-4040. Case# 2020-00053581.”