11 Killed in Monterey Park Shooting: Vigil Held and Suspect Arrested in Half Moon Bay

Eleven people are dead and several more injured after a mass shooting in Monterey Park, California. The shooting occurred on the evening of January 22nd and left many in shock.

A vigil was held for the victims in Monterey Park and a suspect was arrested in Half Moon Bay. The suspect has not been identified.

One of the survivors, a man who disarmed the shooter, spoke out about the incident. He said, “Something came over me and I knew I had to do something.”

The tragedy has sparked a discussion about America’s gun control policies and their failure to prevent mass shootings. Editorial boards from across the country have weighed in, including the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, which noted that California is still safer than Missouri when it comes to gun violence.

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