According to authorities, Allman became upset Wednesday during a safety meeting at Permanente Quarry. Allman left the meeting and returned with a handgun and rifle and started shooting people, Santa Clara County sheriff’s Lt. Rick Sung. About 15 workers were at the meeting.
Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith identified the dead as Manuel Pinon, 48, of Newman, Calif., and John Vallejos, 51 and Mark Munoz, 59, both of San Jose. Six others at the quarry were wounded and taken to hospitals, where some remained in critical condition, Smith said. update
CUPERTINO, Calif. — An employee walked into a meeting at a Northern California quarry Wednesday and started shooting, killing 2 and injuring others, police said. The suspect was not yet in custody, according to local media outlets.
The suspect, identified as Shareef Allman, 45, (Allman, the suspect, is described as African-American, 5’11”, and 260 pounds, with numerous tattoos, according to KNTV.)
from San Jose, arrived at the Lehigh Southwest Cement plant in Cupertino in a red Dodge Neon, according to unconfirmed scanner reports, NBC’s San Francisco affiliate reported. He was reportedly carrying a 9mm handgun and a rifle
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