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In 2006 San Bernardino, CA had one of the highest homicide rates in the nation.

If further shootings occur like those of Friday, January 27th and Wednesday, February 1st, 2012, San Bernardino's homicide rate will be as high as the homicide rate of 2006.  2012 has barely begun and there already have been three senseless.


On Friday, January 27th, Steven Guzman, 15, was shot in the head and leg as he stood outside his Belle St home. Steven succumbed to his injuries at a local hospital on Saturday, January 28th. Less than a week later, on Wednesday, February 1st, two young men ages 19 and 22 were shot and killed in the driveway of an apartment building on Sepulveda St.


Suspects in both of these shootings are still at large. If anyone has information about either the Belle St shooting on Friday, January 27th 2012 or the Sepulveda St shooting Wednesday, February 1st, 2012 they are urged to call the San Bernardino Police Department at (909) 384-5663 or they may anonymously call the San Bernardino Police Department's Tip Line at (909) 384-5656.


San Bernardino police held a town hall meeting to discuss January and February's shootings in the area of Belle St and Sepulveda St.  The town hall meeting started at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 7th, 2012 at the Church of the Nazarene, 1605 N Sierra Way.  Police Chief Robert Handy and other police administrators attended the event.

On Thursday, February 10th, 2012 the San Bernardino Sun newspaper reported that on Wednesday, February 9th, one man was arrested and another man was identified as an "armed and dangerous" suspect in the February 1st shootings on Sepulveda St in San Bernardino.

San Bernardino police are looking for Emilio Roberto Guerrero, III, 25, of San Bernardino.  Anyone with information about about Emilio Roberto Guerrero, III is urged to call Police Detective Steve Turner at (909) 384-5647 or Sgt Gary Robertson at(909)384-5663.  Anyone with information about these shootings may also call the San Bernardino Police Depts Anonymous Tip Line at(909)384-5663.

According to a report in the The San Bernardino Sun newspaper on Friday, February 17th, 2012, San Bernardino police arrested Jesse Samuel Carranza, a suspect in the shooting death of Stephen Guzman on January 27th in front of a residence on Belle Avenue and 15th Street.

The San Bernardino Sun newspaper further reported on Saturday, February 25th, that on Wednesday, February 22nd, five days after Carranza's arrest, San Bernardino Police released Jesse Samuel Carranza.  Police are saying they discussed the Carranza case and determined there was inconclusive evidence that Jesse Samuel Carranza was a suspect in Stephen Guzman's shooting.

A fifth 2012 fatal shooting in the city of San Bernardino, CA occured at around 2:50 p.m. on Monday, February 27th in the 1400 block of North Wilson Street.  As of Monday the shooting victim was unidentified and the suspect's identity was not made available to San Bernardino Sun reporters.

Let our community pray that these recent shootings do not escalate into further shootings. We do not want San Bernardino, CA to once again be known as a high-crime city. We want San Bernardino to be a safe place in which to live. We do not want to live in such fear that we are afraid to leave our homes.

Source:  KABC TV Los Angeles

Source:  San Bernardino Sun newspaper

The citizens of San Bernardino, Ca want the violence which permeates our community to end permanently!

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