A sharpened nearby a California post bureau left two people dead, and a think is in control Monday, authorities said.
Officials told KPIX-TV that two people had died in the sharpened nearby the Clearlake Oaks Post Office. Lake County Sheriff Brian Martin reliable a think was in control Monday, according to the station.
The think has been identified as 61-year-old Alan Ashmore. Two some-more victims had suffered non-life melancholy injuries, according to KABC-TV.
A California Highway Patrol officer suffered a gunshot wound to the leg after exchanging gunfire with Ashmore, KABC reported. The officer is approaching to recover.
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The victims’ identities have not been released.
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office had urged residents to take cover in the area shortly before noon.
Sources told KPIX that Ashmore competence have had some-more than one weapon.
He’s approaching to be booked into Lake County jail on mixed charges including assault with a firearm.
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