Tribal Shooting Suspect In Northern California Shot Three Relatives

By Jim McCoy Fri 21st February NewsCedarville Rancheria tribeCherie Lash RhoadesModoc County
Police say a woman who opened fire at the headquarters of a Northern California Indian tribe shot and killed her brother, nephew and niece. Modoc County Sheriff Mike Poindexter on Friday identified the four people who died in the shooting. He said they included the suspect's brother, 50-year-old Rurik Davis, her niece, 19-year-old Angel Penn and her nephew, 30-year-old Glenn Calonicco. Police say Cherie Lash Rhoades, former chairwoman of the Cedarville Rancheria tribe, shot and killed the four people on Thursday during a meeting at tribal headquarters about evicting her and her son from tribal land. Two other people were wounded. Police said one of them was alert and talking. The other remained in critical condition. Rhoades was taken into custody after the attack.

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