SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Police say one man is dead and three others wounded after a home invasion robbery in Sacramento early Saturday.
Police spokesman Officer Doug Morse says when officers were called to a home around 3:30 a.m. they found that four people had been shot in an exchange of gunfire.
Detectives have identified the person who was killed, but citing the ongoing investigation, Morse could not say if he was a resident of the home or a suspect in the home invasion.
The three wounded are being treated for what are being described as non-life threatening injuries. The names of the four people shot have not been released.
Detectives were on the scene Saturday morning and were interviewing witnesses.
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