Arrest made after deadly shooting near Sutter Lawn Tennis Club in East Sacramento, police say

A man was arrested after a fatal shooting that resulted from an apparent robbery in East Sacramento on Thursday. Officers responded in the area of ​​N Steet’s 3900 block before the shooting reported around 12:35 a.m. An elderly man was killed behind the Sutter Lawn Tennis Club, police said. It is not known whether the victim lived in the area or was a member of a club. Police later identified 23-year-old Desean Brasser Jr. as a suspect in the shooting. He was found near Shoal Court in the Pocket neighborhood of Sacramento after a chase led to a SWAT standoff and was booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail on charges of manslaughter and theft, police said. Police had initially said officers had detained several people who may have been armed and evaded police in a residential complex. “It’s an uncommon area to see gun violence based on the data we have that we’re tracking in the city. It’s not a common area where we see gun violence, but we treat every murder that happens in our city the same and they’re” are all investigated in the same way no matter where they occur in our city,” added Zach Eaton, a police sergeant. Police said the suspect or suspects involved had fled the area. Steve Mannis, a resident of three decades of neighborhood, was surprised when he walked out this afternoon. “I can’t believe it. I mean this is a very safe family neighborhood. There are a number of professionals in the area that serve the community, so I would never expect in a million years something like this could happen, even though I don’t know that any some neighborhood is considered safe these days. You have to be careful,” said Mannis. Sacramento police searched the neighborhood for surveillance video and knocked on several doors to try to speak to witnesses. They are asking for the public’s help in this investigation.

A man was arrested after a fatal shooting that resulted from an apparent robbery in East Sacramento on Thursday.

Officers turned up in the area of ​​N Steet block 3900 for the shooting reported around 12:35 a.m.

An elderly man was killed behind the Sutter Lawn Tennis Club, police said. It is not known whether the victim lived in the area or was a member of a club.

Police later identified 23-year-old Desean Brasser Jr. as a suspect in the shooting.

He was located near Shoal Court in the Pocket area of ​​Sacramento after a car chase led to a SWAT standoff and was admitted to the Sacramento County main jail on charges of manslaughter and robbery, police said.

Police had initially said officers had detained several people who may have been armed and evaded police in a residential complex.

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“It’s an uncommon area to see gun violence based on the data we have that we’re tracking in the city. It’s not a common area where we see gun violence, but we treat every murder that happens in our city the same and they’re” are all investigated in the same way wherever they occur in our city,” added Zach Eaton, a police sergeant.

Police say the suspect or suspects involved fled the area.

Steve Mannis, a resident of three decades in the area, was surprised when he walked out this afternoon.

“I can’t believe it. I mean, this is a very safe family neighborhood. There are a number of professionals living in the area that serve the community, so I wouldn’t expect something like this to happen in a million years, even if I don’t know considered safe these days. you have to be careful,” said Mannis.

Sacramento police searched the neighborhood for surveillance video and knocked on several doors to try to speak to witnesses. They are asking for the public’s help in this investigation.

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