Police Request More Information on Cleveland School Shooting

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Source: Santa Barbara Police Department

On November 8th, 2018, SBPD officers and detectives investigated a shooting that occurred at Cleveland Elementary School, located at 123 Alameda Padre Serra in the City of Santa Barbara. During the course of that investigation, the Department received a number of anonymous tips.
Due to the limited nature of that information, investigators would like to speak further with anyone who has information about the case; including anyone who may have already provided anonymous information. Investigators are especially interested in any information about involved vehicles and the possibility that a suspect was dropped off in the local area.
Investigators are asking anyone with information about the investigation to contact the Police Department and speak with a detective; including anyone who may have already made an anonymous tip. Callers may remain anonymous.
Please contact Sergeant Tagles at 805 897-2347 or Detective Hunt at 805 897-2344.

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Luvaduck Nov 27, 2018 02:27 PM
Police Request More Information on Cleveland School Shooting

It's things like this that make me so equivalent about asylum seekers from violent countries. I'd "get out of Dodge" if I could, too. Some places are slaughter houses with no opportunities at all. On the other hand, why does it seem like so many bring violence with them? Anyone not blind, deaf and dumb can tell you what cities near here have high crime stats and who lives there.

PitMix Nov 27, 2018 01:20 PM
Police Request More Information on Cleveland School Shooting

If they are asking for info, it means the shooting victim isn't talking. If they don't want police help, then I guess they got the outcome they wanted. I'm just sorry the police have to waste any more time on this. The perps will do something else and get punished- it's not like they are going to turn over a new leaf.

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