Four generations of family killed in ‘cartel-like execution’ in California

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 18 (VOICE) Last week, four generations of a family were killed in what authorities described as a “cartel-like execution” at a private California residence raided by police for drug-related activity. The media reported that he was murdered.

The victims are Rosa Palaz, 72, Eladio Palaz, Jr., 52, Jennifer Anara, 50, Marcos Palaz, 19, Elissa Palaz, 16, and Nicolas Palaz, 10 months old) reported by the BBC.

The house is located in Goshen, Tulea County.

Speaking to the media on Tuesday, Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreau did not name the suspect.Tragedy.

Police raided the residence last week and found caches of marijuana and methamphetamine, he said.

“This is no accident.

The FBI’s San Francisco office is assisting with the investigation, offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

Police are monitoring the Mexican-Canadian border for suspects, the sheriff said, adding that a “very volatile border” has allowed Mexican drug cartel activity to grow in central California in recent years. He added that there were

He said the murders appeared to be “similar to the executions of high-ranking gangs and the executions they committed” because the victims were “shot where the shooter knew instant death would occur”. Stated.

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