TULARE COUNTY, Calif. (KFSN) -- Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux is calling for the death penalty for those responsible for the murders of six people in Goshen earlier this month.
During a news conference Monday, the sheriff confirmed all six victims died of gunshot wounds. He added that 16-year-old Alissa Parraz and her baby, 10-month-old Nycholas Parraz, were shot in the head.
The massacre happened the morning of January 16 at a property on Harvest Avenue near Road 68.
No arrests have been made in this case, but Boudreaux believes the shooters have gang ties.
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He said that when arrests are made, he would like Gov. Gavin Newsom to lift the ban on the death penalty in cases where small children are murdered.
"This should be a death penalty case," Boudreaux said.
There is currently a reward of over $20,000 for any information leading to arrests.
Three people survived the shooting. Two of them were inside a trailer, and the other was inside the house.
Boudreaux has described the attack as a "cartel-like" shooting that was methodical and merciless.
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