Three people were killed in an overnight shooting in Yakima, a city in rural Washington state on the west coast of the United States. The killer is a 21-year-old boy, Jarid Haddock, identified by the footage of the security cameras. According to the account of some witnesses, Haddock would have targeted people at random.
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by Anna Lombardi
After crossing the street, the young man entered a shop, pulled out his pistol and killed two people who were getting food. Then he came out and shot and killed another person. Finally he stopped at a gas station, fired again at a car window, got into a car and escaped. In all, nine shots were fired, at two different times. The boy was arrested after a short escape.
The killings occurred within hours of the massacres in Half Moon Bay, California, where a 67-year-old man killed seven people, and in Monterey Park, also California, where another 72-year-old man killed eleven people.