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17 Arrested With Machine rifle, AK-47s Over California Gurdwara Shootings

Two of the people arrested are mafia members who are wanted on a number of murders" in India, the police said.

Washington: Police in California have arrested 17 people regarding a progression of shootings in Gurdwaras in Stockton, Sacramento and different areas and held onto weapons, for example, AK-47, handguns, and something like one automatic rifle in a progression of strikes did more than 20 places, the State Principal legal officer said Monday.

The 17 crime captures, for the most part people from the neighborhood Sikh people group, were made during an enormous scope activity with specialists executing court orders at 20 areas in Northern California on Sunday as per a declaration made by California Principal legal officer Ransack Bonta, Yuba City Police Boss Brian Bread cook, and Sutter Province Head prosecutor Jennifer Dupre.

At a news gathering Dupre expressed, two individuals captured are mafia individuals who are “needed on various killings” in India.

The arrested members, said California Principal legal officer, are important for rival criminal organizations who are asserted to be liable for various vicious wrongdoings and shootings, including five endeavored murders, in Sutter, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Solano, Just go for it, and Merced districts.

Members of these groups were purportedly engaged with a mass taking shots at a Stockton Sikh sanctuary which occurred on August 27, 2022, and a taking shots at a Sacramento Sikh sanctuary on Walk 23, 2023.

During the investigation, policing ready to keep two extra shootings from happening, an official statement said.

Today, California is more secure thanks to cooperation, assurance, and quick activity by DOJ specialists and our policing in Sutter District,” said California Head legal officer Ransack Bonta.

No family ought to at any point need to stress over hit and run assaults or different types of firearm viciousness in the neighborhoods where their kids reside and play. Because of this joint policing, we’re taking weapons off the road and putting thought gangsters and their partners in a correctional facility,” he said.

“An investigation of this extent calls for a huge measure of investment and exertion, and particularly a ton of staff,” said Sutter Province Head prosecutor General Jennifer Dupre.