Police chief: Fresno killings not linked to terrorism
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer says three people have been killed in a shooting in the downtown central California city.
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) -
Fresno's police chief says it doesn't appear the suspect who fatally shot three people is connected to terrorism despite the statement that he made.
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer says Kori Ali Muhammad wanted to kill as many white people as possible before going to jail. Dyer says "this is solely based on race."
Three people were killed in a shooting in the downtown central California city. Muhammad is in custody. The shooting happened Tuesday morning near a Catholic Charities building.
Ashlee Wolf of Catholic Charities told the Fresno Bee newspaper that the shooting happened at a bus stop near the charity.
Wolf says the charity doesn't believe the shooter was tied to Catholic Charities.