Suspect Admits to Half Moon Bay Mass Shooting in Jailhouse Interview: Community Mourns and Offers Support

In a shocking turn of events, the suspect in the Half Moon Bay mass shooting has admitted to the crime in a jailhouse interview. According to the suspect, he was bullied at his job and snapped, leading to the tragedy that left four dead and several injured.

The suspect worked at a farm in Half Moon Bay, where a separate shooting happened last summer. The community has been in mourning since the incident, and has received an outpouring of support and donations from all over the Bay Area.

At a press conference held at 6 p.m. on Jan. 26, the police provided an update on the situation. They have yet to release the suspect’s name, and the investigation is ongoing.

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