7 Murders Charged in Half Moon Bay Mass Shooting: California County’s Deadliest Attack

A man suspected of fatally shooting seven people at a park in Half Moon Bay, California, has been charged with seven counts of murder, making it the deadliest attack ever seen in the county.

The suspect, identified as 25-year-old Yakhim Montemayor, opened fire on the evening of January 25th at the Yakemite Park in Half Moon Bay. He was arrested shortly after the shooting and has since been charged with seven counts of murder.

The victims of the shooting were identified as four men and three women ranging in age from 20 to 65. The victims were all related to Montemayor, according to police.

The attack has sent shockwaves through the community of Half Moon Bay, a small coastal town south of San Francisco. The attack has been described as the deadliest in the county’s history.

The attack is part of a string of shootings across California in recent days. On January 17th, a gunman opened fire at a grocery store in San Jose, killing 10 people. On January 21st, a gunman killed four people at a rail yard in San Jose. And on January 24th, a gunman killed one person at a home in San Francisco.

The shootings have prompted calls for stricter gun control measures in the state, with many calling for a ban on assault weapons.

The investigation into the Half Moon Bay shooting is ongoing.