- Three Sikh men have been hospitalized following a shooting at a Sikh temple in Stockton, California, on Aug. 27.
- Two male suspects, who are also believed to be Sikh, remain at large.
Three people have been hospitalized following a shooting at a Sikh temple in Northern California.
Three Sikh men — ages 27, 28 and 32 — were transported to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a shooting occurred at the Sikh Gurdwara Sahib temple in Stockton at around 6:42 p.m. on Aug. 27, according to Stockton police spokesperson Joseph Silva.
- Stockton police identified the man who was shot and killed during a triple shooting incident in Stockton, California, on Friday as Terry Toeurn, a 36-year-old food truck worker.
- Police responded to the shooting incident in the 4900 block of Greensboro Way at around 10:36 p.m. on Friday.
- Two other victims, a 27-year-old man and a 24-year-old man, were reportedly injured during the shooting.
- The younger victim was later identified as Snoe Rouen, who sustained a gunshot wound to his leg and two shots in his arm, according to his sister. The two victims are expected to survive, police said.
- Toeurn's family and friends have organized a fundraising campaign on Venmo and GoFundMe to help with his funeral and memorial expenses.
- The Stockton Police Department recorded 38 criminal homicide incidents for the entire year in 2021. The Friday night incident was marked as Stockton’s 35th homicide this year.
Authorities have identified the man who was shot and killed during a triple shooting incident in Stockton, California, last week as Terry Toeurn, a 36-year-old food truck worker.
Stockton police responded to a shooting incident in the 4900 block of Greensboro Way at around 10:36 p.m. on Friday. Upon arriving, officers learned that an unidentified gunman shot three victims, including Toeurn. Medical responders performed CPR on the man, but he was later pronounced dead at the scene, according to reports.