Authorities said that a man wearing a Santa beard, hat and President Donald Trump’s mask shot his brother twice in California on Saturday.
The Ronald Park Public Safety Department said in a statement that after the morning attack in Ronald Park, California, the victim was taken to the hospital, but it did not cause serious life-threatening, but did not cause life-threatening.
The 75-year-old Las Vegas Gerald Jacinth (Gerald Jacinth) was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. Department officials said that when he stopped across the street from his brother-in-law’s house and walked over to hand him a package, he wore a clear disguise.
The Ronat Park authorities said: “He parked his black Dodge car across the street from the victim’s house, wearing a mask similar to Donald Trump, a long white curly beard and a Santa Claus hat. hat.”
The police said the name of the 77-year-old victim was not released by the police. He met Jassin outside but did not recognize him. The department said that he would not take the package, and the suspect said it was a “special delivery.” Jassin raised his luggage bag and opened fire.
It is not clear whether the victim who was hit twice was shot.
The police said: “Even if the victim suffered two gunshot wounds, he was still able to take pictures of Jacins in the car while fleeing.”
Public safety officials said that the victim’s wife called 911 and the police officers arrived in the area within a minute. They said that when Jasins was forced by the authorities and surrendered, he was driving nearby.
The department said: “During the vehicle search, the officer found a .380 pistol in the luggage bag.” The police said they also found a mask and beard.
A box in the victim’s driveway (it is not clear whether it was a package) was deemed suspicious, and the Sonoma County Ordnance Disposal Team responded and finally determined that there was a towel in it.