Authorities have identified the four victims who died in a mass shooting at an office complex in Southern California this week. Matthew Farias, 9, was the youngest killed in the shooting at United Homes in Orange Wednesday evening. Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer had said the child “died in his mother’s arms as she was trying to save him during this horrific massacre.” He is believed to be the son of one of the shooting victims, police said.
Jenevieve Raygoza, 28; Leticia Solis Guzman, 58; and Luis Tovar, 50, were also killed in what authorities are calling a targeted attack. Tovar was the owner of United Homes, which specializes in the sales of mobile and manufactured homes, according to Los Angeles ABC station KABC.
The suspect in the shooting, Aminadab Gaxiola Gonzalez, 44, was charged Friday with four counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder, among other charges. He is eligible for the death penalty, the Orange County District Attorney’s office said.
Gonzalez, of Fullerton, California, was scheduled to be arraigned from his hospital bed Friday afternoon, though that has been continued to Monday, depending on his medical condition.
“I fear that we might have to continue doing this day-to-day for some time,” his attorney, Kenneth Morrison, said during the hearing, noting that he would need to make a determination if Gonzalez is “conscious and alert.”
“He’s not in a condition to make a knowing and voluntary decision about anything regarding his case, because of his medical condition,” Morrison told ABC News after Friday’s hearing.
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