Fresno rampage suspect details each day of killing spree to police

Thursday, 20 April 2017, 11:04:08 PM. The Fresno killing spree that left several families fatherless started when the gunman thought a security guard disrespected him. So, police say, he killed him. But the shooter didn't want to go down in history for just one slaying, police said. He vowed to eliminate as many white men as he could.
The Fresno killing spree that left several families fatherless started when the gunman thought a security guard disrespected him. So, police say, he killed him. But the shooter didn’t want to go down in history for just one slaying, police said. He vowed to eliminate as many white men as he could. It’s one of many new details suspect Kori Ali Muhammad revealed in an hourslong statement to investigators, Police Chief Jerry Dyer said Wednesday. He said Muhammed took detectives to the scenes of his killings to explain where and how they happened. Here’s how police say a fatal argument at a motel led to the deaths of three more men — allegedly victims of hate crimes. Thursday: The dispute at a Motel 6 Muhammad was meeting a woman at a Motel 6 Thursday night when he was contacted by security, Dyer said. It was not immediately clear why security got involved, but the woman started arguing with Carl Williams, a 25-year-old unarmed security guard, police said. “What Kori (Muhammad) said was that he fired his weapon at Carl Williams because he felt that Carl Williams had disrespected him,” Dyer said. As Williams lay mortally wounded, Muhammad ran to a nearby 7-Eleven and climbed on top of the roof. From there, Dyer said, he watched police investigate his crime scene. Friday: Hiding next to a school dumpster After spending the night on top of the 7-Eleven, Muhammad waited to make sure officers left the area and then climbed down Friday morning, the police chief said. Muhammad then went...Read more
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