Pomona Shooting – According to the reports, a male adult and a juvenile boy, both of whom were 17 years old, were killed in a shooting that took place on Sunday at a property in Pomona. Both of the victims were shot and died from their wounds. The incident with the shooting occurred on the same premises. The officials have determined that the shot was fired from within the residence, and they have also pinpointed its exact location within the building.
First responders from Los Angeles County, including firemen and paramedics, were dispatched to the 1700 block of South Reservoir Street on Saturday evening at approximately 10:30 p.m., as stated by the Dispatch Supervisor Martin Rangel. The incident occurred on a Saturday evening. The neighborhood in question is located in the city of Los Angeles, which is located in the state of California.
In spite of the fact that it was mentioned in the original report that there were three patients, it turned out that none of those patients required an ambulance transfer. Even though it was indicated in the initial report that there were three patients, it turned out that none of those patients required an ambulance transfer. This was despite the fact that the report said that there were three patients.
According to the office of the coroner, which has corroborated this information, both individuals were determined to be dead at the scene where they were located and proclaimed to be dead at that location. It was claimed that a party was going on at the residence in question when the incident took occurred, and it appears that the party was still going on. Reports indicate that there were no injuries sustained as a result of the incident. This information’s veracity can be attested to by a news cameraman who was present during the commission of the crime and can vouch for its correctness.
Please contact the Pomona Police Department at the following number: 909-620-2085 or call Crime Stoppers at the following number: 800-222-8477 if you have any information on the shooting that you believe you may have. Thank you. The Pomona Police Department has formally requested that this particular piece of data be provided to them.