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Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Man shot was stepfather of dead parolee

37-year-old man shot to death Sunday night in a drive-by shooting has been identified as the stepfather of 23-year-old David Raya, a parolee who was killed on the same street during an officer-involved shooting last week, police said.
Chris Valeriano of Fullerton was shot while he and others gathered in the 100 block of Guinida Lane about 10 p.m., Anaheim police Sgt. Bob Dunn said
When officers arrived, they found three men had been struck by gunfire, Dunn said.
Valeriano was taken to a trauma center, where he was pronounced dead.
An 18-year-old man from Anaheim was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. The other victim, a 26-year-old man from Anaheim, suffered a graze wound to one of his fingers, and refused further medical treatment.
Details of where the victims were shot are unknown, but police believe the Fullerton man was shot more than once.
Anaheim police Sgt. Rick Martinez said they are investigating the shooting as gang-related.
"Not to say the victim is with a gang," Martinez said, adding that the suspects are believed to be affiliated with a gang.
According to the initial police investigation, a vehicle, with an unknown number of suspects inside, was traveling west on Guinida Lane.
As they were passing by an apartment complex, the suspect or suspects opened fire on a group of people congregated there and then fled the scene, Dunn said.
"Who the suspects are and their motivation for the shootings, we don't know," Dunn said.
Sunday night's shooting took place in the same area where Raya was shot to death by Anaheim police on Aug. 16.
Dunn said that confrontation took place while patrol officers and undercover investigators were in the neighborhood searching for Raya, whom he described as a parolee-at-large who was considered armed and dangerous.




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