SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Six people were killed and 12 others injured early Sunday morning in Sacramento after a fight broke out and party goers were exiting downtown nightclubs.
As of Tuesday, Sacramento police had arrested two brothers in connection with the mass shooting, but they have not been formally charged for the six deaths.
A vigil was held in Sacramento on Monday to mourn the losses of the lives lost at the hands of yet another outbreak of gun violence.
A police officer works at the scene of a mass shooting on April 3, 2022 in Sacramento, California. (Photo by Liu Guanguan/China News Service via Getty Images)
People hug each other near the scene of a mass shooting on April 3, 2022 in Sacramento, California. (Photo by Liu Guanguan/China News Service via Getty Images)
Penelope Scott cries over the death of her son, De’vazia Turner in Sacramento.
De'vazia Turner are on display as his mother Penelope Scott speaks to the media during an interview at the corner of 10th and K street in Sacramento, Calif., on Monday, April 4, 2022. Turner was shot and killed after a shooting broke out early Sunday
Vigil held for victims of Sacramento mass shooting. April 4, 2022
Six people were killed in Sacramento in a shooting on April 3, 2022. Flowers and crime scene tape mark the site of the shooting.
Police officers work at the scene of a mass shooting on April 3, 2022, in Sacramento, California. (Photo by Liu Guanguan/China News Service via Getty Images)
Sacramento police said the shooting happened near 10th St and J St early Sunday morning.
Police in Sacramento say six people are dead and at least nine others have been injured after a shooting in downtown.