Officers have issued two search warrants associated with the shooter who opened fire on Sunday night at a Northern California food festival that killed three people and wounded at least 12 more, police said Monday. Gilroy, chief of police of Scot Smithee, told reporters that the police issued a search warrant in a house that "was in contact with our suspect "had been brought in the search for the car.
He said the car had appeared a bit northeast of the park where the festival took place. Smithee added that the investigators have already completed the house search, but said he had no details of what had been found.
WITNESSES REMEMBER THE CHAOTIC SCENE WHILE SHOTS WERE CREATED. Garlic Festival. The officers reportedly left behind paper bags of evidence.
Jan Dickson, who lives across the street, told The Associated Press that Legan had not lived there for at least a year, adding that SWAT officials came home on Sunday night.
Dickson said the officers ordered the residents of the house to come out with their hands raised, and one person did it. She called the Legans "a nice, normal family".
Craig Fair, deputy FBI Special Representative, told reporters that agents conducted interviews but could not comment on the results of these interviews, or whether Legan's family was cooperating with their investigation.
Fair added that the investigators in Legan's social media profiles were looking for a motive.
The Associated Press reported that the 19-year-old legan had posted two photos on Sunday on an Instagram account that has since been erased, including a minute before he opened the fire referring to the festival.
The Instagram account reportedly said Legan was Italian and Iranian.
The police said Legan turned around and fired his "AK-47-type" rifle at responding officers before killing him.
They said they continued to investigate what might have caused Legan to carry out the terrible attack.] At a previous press conference on Monday, Smithee told reporters that the attack involved a man in his twenties, a 13-year-old girl, and a 6-year-old boy killed.
The man in his twenties was identified as Trevor Irby, a graduate of Keuka College in New York State.
The college's president said in a statement on Monday that Irby had graduated in biology in 2017 and confirmed that he was one of the victims of the shootings.
The Santa Clara Medical Examiner identified the 6-year-old victim as Stephen Romero of San Jose.
The name of the 13-year-old girl has not yet been published.
Smithee said it was too early in the investigation to determine if any of the victims had been targeted.
"It seemed like it (the shootout) happened to be," he told reporters. "But I think we're too early in the investigation to say that definitely."
GILROY GARLIC FESTIVAL SHOOTER IDENTIFIES AS SANTINO WILLIAM LEGAN AS POLICE WORK TO FIND A MOTIF
Smithee said that three officials – among whom were already security forces – were arrested Suspects could shoot and kill, "even though they were downed with their guns handguns against a rifle.
He added that the officers attacked the shooter less than a minute after the first shot. "It could have been so much worse, so fast," Smithee told reporters.
He said legan had access to the festival by cutting a fence near a stream. He said some witnesses have reported a second suspect, but the police can not immediately confirm these reports.
Smithee told reporters at the second press conference on Monday that the police were "no closer to determining whether or not there is a second suspect, and whether or not they had any involvement.
Investigators in northern Nevada said they searched an apartment near Hawthorne that Legan apparently used. Mineral County District Attorney confirmed the search by the FBI and local Sheriff MPs, The Associated Press said, adding that the Mineral County Sheriff and a Nevada FBI spokesman had refused to provide information on the items found put.
The Santa Clara District Procuratorate in California announced Monday that a Family Relief Center will help those affected by the shootings.
CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APP
Services included grief counselors, assistance in submitting applications for state funding for medical bills and referral to counseling centers and others aids.
Greg Norman, Edmund DeMarche and The Associated Press of Fox News have contributed to this report.