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Saturday, March 10, 2018

Vietnamese War Comes to Grand Prairie!

 


Suspect Bill Son Nguyen, 47
 

By A Texas ReaderBy A Texas Reader

"Police say the same man who set fire to a Grand Prairie home where a woman was found dead also terrorized a nearby nail salon after. Bill Son Nguyen, 47, was arrested on Friday after police say a Good Samaritan with a licensed..."


Murder suspect arrested after house fire, nail salon attack

"Police say the same man who set fire to a Grand Prairie home where a woman was found dead also terrorized a nearby nail salon after."

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

No ID yet on murderer at Vets home
A lone gunman and three female staff members of a Napa County veterans support program are dead after the gunman, a military veteran, stormed a building Friday at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville in a mid-morning siege, exchanging gunfire with law enforcement before holing up in a room in the building, authorities said.

Nothing was heard from the gunman or his three hostages since about 10:30 a.m. Friday while scores of law enforcement officers, SWAT teams and hostage negotiators surrounded the building, trying for hours to reach the suspect by cellphone but making no contact, law enforcement officials said.

The gunman, who hasn’t been named, had been recently kicked out of The Pathway Home, an organization that provides veterans with support in transitioning back to the civilian world after deployment, according to State Sen. Bill Dodd, whose district includes the sprawling 600-acre campus. His hostages included the program’s executive director Christine Loeber, according to an organization spokesman.

Shortly after 10 am., the gunman strode into a room carrying a high-powered rifle during a going-away party for a staff member. Program volunteer Larry Kamer, who Friday was acting as a spokesman for the group, said his wife, Devereaux Smith, the Pathway Home’s director of development and communications, was in the room for the party when the gunman walked in.

“It was clear that he was there to do some harm,” Kamer said.

Scanner traffic indicated up to 30 shots had been fired and CHP officials said the suspect had exchanged gunfire with responding deputies early in the incident, first reported after 10 a.m. Law enforcement officers were swarming around Building G, also called Madison Hall in the middle of the campus, according to emergency scanner traffic.

Authorities have identified but not yet publicly named the gunman and it remained unclear as of 4 p.m. whether law enforcement had made any contact since a deputy or deputies exchanged gunfire with him shortly after the first 911 call about 10:20 a.m.
GRA:He should have been identified by now,unless they're playing the usual racial games.
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Keeping with the theme,Vets home murderer ID'ed as the Wong guy--Albert Wong.
Updated 22 mins ago
YOUNTVILLE, Calif. (KGO) -- A day-long standoff in Yountville has ended in tragedy. Officials with the Pathway Home program at the veterans facility identified the three female victims that were killed after an armed gunman entered a staff meeting, taking hostages.

RELATED: Officials: 3 hostages, gunman dead after day-long standoff at Yountville veterans home


Yountville officials confirm that the three female hostages that died in the standoff are Executive Director Christine Loeber, a therapist Dr. Jen Golick, and Dr. Jennifer Gonzales, a psychologist with the San Francisco Department of Veterans Affairs Healthcare System.

The gunman has been identified as 36-year-old Albert Wong of Sacramento who was a former member of the Pathway Home Program at the veterans facility.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Vietnamese dominate the nail salon business. This was probably some sort of shake down retaliation. What is his immigration status?

Anonymous said...

According to Jerry Brown--in California,they're ALL legal.
But this one was a PTSD ex-serviceman.Do they take illegals in the service?Jeezus,I hope not.
--GRA