FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Fresno police are still tracking down the person responsible for a double murder in Calwa. Detectives are still tracking down everyone who was at the scene Saturday morning. Now several families are left dealing with the aftermath of this double murder.
Regardless of what lead up to deadly gunfire in the Calwa neighborhood this weekend two families are mourning the loss of the victims. 28-year-old Ramon Delgado leaves behind three kids, according to friends. And 27-year-old Rene Diaz leaves behind a fianc, an engagement that began the night of the shooting.
"He ended up going over just to defend that good friend that we had with us that night," said Miranda Uribe. "Neither of them deserved it."
Uribe and Diaz dated off and on for months. She was with both victims that night and another woman, who asked not to be identified. She was grazed by bullets in the shooting. "I just seen the gunfire, I ducked down and ran," the victim said. "I got hit in the head twice and then in my hand."
She says her neighbors, who were having a party, started the argument with them over how one of the men was driving. The victims, they say, were not at the party.
"Things just turned out bad, from one second to the next it got bad," she said.
Investigators are not saying much about the case, and have not revealed a motive behind the argument. But, they say there's a history of conflict between the neighbors.
Diaz had just graduated from San Joaquin Valley College and was looking for work. Delgado would have turned 29 last Sunday.
Friends say no matter what or who started the argument no one deserved to die.
Detectives have interviewed more than a dozen witnesses and said there is no suspect named in this double murder.
No arrest in Calwa double murder
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