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Random killing at I-5 gas station might have been element of spree starting in Oakland


A 21-year-outdated San Francisco person faces a murder demand in relationship with what detectives described as the random killing of a truck driver at an Interstate 5 fuel station.

He is also a feasible suspect in an overnight crime spree extending from Oakland to Bakersfield.

The murder was found out when Fresno County sheriff’s deputies have been identified as at 7:30 a.m. Saturday to the E-Z Journey Vacation Center in Avenal, 10 miles north of Kettleman Town on I-5. They discovered 51-calendar year-outdated Jose Madeira of Hesperia lying in the parking whole lot, lifeless of stab wounds.

The suspect was nonetheless at the gas station, and the deputies detained him.

Investigators explained to Tv station KFSN that Madeira had supplied the suspect a experience to the fuel station.

During the investigation, detectives figured out the San Francisco gentleman may possibly have been included in two carjackings and a theft in the hours prior to the attack, in Oakland on Friday night time and in Bakersfield on Saturday early morning. The second carjacking resulted in injuries to the motor vehicle proprietor, who was taken to a clinic.

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