Three out of six people who died in the Sacramento shootout were in a gang conflict

Sacramento, CA (AP) — Newly filed court document in downtown Sacramento Killed 6 people Twelve were injured, and it was revealed that three of the dead were involved in a gang conflict and at least one fired a weapon, leading to a large-scale gunshot.

According to a document submitted Friday by the office of Sacramento County lawyer Anne-Marie Schubert, the three dead men in the gang are Joshua Hoi Ruckesi (32 years old) and Devasia Turner (29 years old). ), Sergio Harris (38 years old). The Sacramento Bee reported Saturday.

Turner fired a weapon, but it was unclear if all three fired a weapon. Police said there were at least five suspects in the shooting on April 3.

Two of the suspects (Brother Smiley and Brother Dandra Emartin) have been injured and have been hospitalized or jailed. The third suspect, Mtula Payton, 27, is still in large numbers.

A social media clip posted hours before the shooting shows Brother Martin posing with Hoye-Lucchesi and two pistols and a rifle. According to a 13-page document, in the video, Hoye-Lucchesi and Smiley Martin, 27, are armed to fly Loiter outside a nightclub and go downtown, “proud to shoot rival gang members. I’m doing it. “

In the video, both Hoye-Lucchesi and Smiley Martin show their loyalty to Garden Blocc Crips.

Later, according to the document, surveillance footage from downtown Sacramento at 1:57 am on April 3 shows that the neighbor of Smiley Martin is pointing in the direction of Peyton and Turner. Authorities say they are both members of rival gangster G-Mobb.

A few seconds later, Peyton and Turner began to approach the corner where Brother Martin and Hui Ruckesi were standing, court documents said. Peyton and Turner are joined by Sergio Harris, who has been documented as a member of the gang of allies, the Del Paso Heights Bloods.

According to the document, after 2 am, Smiley Martin can be seen in a shootout with Devasia Turner.

Hoye-Lucchesi, Turner and Harris were killed along with 21-year-old Johntaya Alexander. Melinda Davis, 57; and Yamile Martinez-Andrade, 21 years old.

Bee reported that Deputy District Attorney Brad Ng submitted documents to prevent bail after the hospitalized Smiley Martin was booked in the main prison in Sacramento County. Authorities will indict him that night for a felony in which he possesses a pistol and carries a machine gun.

According to court documents, Martin fired 28 bullets from a Glock 19 pistol, while others returned the fire until more than 100 shells were scattered on the street.

26-year-old Dandre Martin has been imprisoned for weapons-related charges but has not been charged with murder.