In Half Moon Bay, California, seven Chinese farm workers were killed.
Half Moon Bay residents may now relax because a suspect was apprehended hours after seven Chinese immigrants were murdered there.
Only two days after a mass shooting in Monterey Park claimed the lives of eleven people, Californians are grappling with yet another horrific gun violence incident. All seven victims were Chinese migrant agricultural workers.
The suspect in San Mateo County was apprehended after a brief but intense search, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff's office. Authorities pinched his phone to discover his whereabouts.
During the gun spree, both farms were targeted. At the Mountain Mushroom Farm, one person was initially murdered, but three more were later killed.
A second location, the Rice Tucking-Soil Farm, was murdered in a house nearby.
Half Moon Bay's annual Pumpkin Festival is known for 1 in 568 occasions, compared to 1 in 227 in the whole state of California, according to Neighborhood Scout. Such violent acts are understandably shaken the peaceful community.
Huu Can Tran, a Chinese immigrant, murdered eleven people in Monterey Park, California, just two days before the killing.