Livermore: One killed, two injured after taking shots at bowling alley; widely suspected
The shooting follows a fight at the bar at a famous bowling alley near Downtown Livermore.
A 28-year-old man was killed and two others injured in a shootout at
Railroad Avenue's Granada Bowl on Saturday night, while police continue to search for the suspect.
Police said that the fight broke out around 6 pm. At the bar behind
the famous bowling alley close to town on Saturday, Sgt. Steve Gord
in a public interview. A man involved in the fight ended a few rounds
with a pistol, killing three people and mortally injuring a 28-year-old.
The suspect fled, and the police are now searching for clues. Gord
said the 28-year-old was pronounced dead on the spot, while the
other two casualties were referred to a nearby clinic, where they
were recorded in stable condition. The personalities of the casualties have not yet been distributed.
Gord said the men in the fight knew each other, yet police had no
idea how close they were or whether what they said was an actual
feud. Nevertheless, he confirmed that the mass evicted shoot in
another area of the family-friendly foundation was holding a birthday celebration.