POWAY, Calif. – The Latest About A Shootout at a Synagogue in Southern California (Local):
The San Diego Union Tribune reports that friends said the wife Shooting in a Poway in California, the synagogue fell to 60-year-old Lori Kaye of Poway.
The newspaper reports that witnesses said they jumped in front of the synagogue's founding rabbi, Yisroel Goldstein, who was injured by his index fingers.
The Union Tribune also says other injured Noya Dahan, 8, was hit with shrapnel in face and leg, and Almong Peretz, 34, shot in the leg as he introduced children into a game room.
President Donald Trump praised law enforcement's "incredible reaction" to the attack on a synagogue near San Diego that left one dead and three wounded.
Trump At a Saturday rally in Wisconsin, he voiced an out of service Border Patrol agent, "who returned the reded fire."
Governor of San Diego County William Gore says the Border Patrol agent was working Watchman and shot as the shooter fled and hit the getaway car.
Gore says there was evidence that the attacker's weapon may have been present after shooting in the synagogue.
The sheriff says that they are investigating the attack as a potential hate crime.
The Chabad of Poway worshiped on the last day of the Passover feast, exactly six months since a shot at a Pittsburgh synagogue killed eleven people.
Authorities say the rabbi of a synagogue near San Diego is one of the three people injured in an attack that killed a woman.
San Diego County Sheriff William Gore told reporters Saturday that there are signs that 19-year-old John Earnest may have damaged his gun after firing numerous rounds at the mosque.
A decommissioned border patrol agent working as a security guard at the synagogue. He shot at the shooter when he escaped, but only hit his car.
The authorities say they issue search warrants in his home and are aware of an anti-Jewish online screed that someone who called themselves an earnest wrote about an hour before the attack
Gore says they are investigating Attack as a possible hate crime.
The Pittsburgh Synagogue, which killed eleven people exactly six months ago, offers sympathy to a nearby synagogue in San Diego, where a gunman opened fire on Saturday.
The Synopsis of the Tree of Life in Pittsburgh said in a statement, "We are heartbroken – and shocked and outraged … That must stop."
The statement states that the church in Pittsburgh "the Fear, anxiety and healing process of such an atrocity "knows. The October 27 attack was the deadliest attack on Jews in US history.
Authorities say a young man opened fire on Saturday, the last day of the Passover, near San Diego. One woman was killed and three others were injured.
Authorities have identified the suspect in a shootout in a synagogue outside of San Diego as John Earnest and said he was going to a fire in a mosque in a nearby town last month examined.
San Diego police chief William Gore said Saturday the 19-year-old had no previous arrests. He was charged with killing one woman and wounding three others on the last day of the Passover in Chabad, Poway.
Gore says his department will work with the FBI and the city of Escondido to investigate the possible connection of Earnest to an arson that will cause property damage in the Dar-ul-Arqam mosque last month, but no injuries ,
A person who cited John Earnest wrote an anti-Jewish scaffold online that contained some elements that should not be believed, such as an allegation that had helped a YouTube Star plan and finance the attack.
The Post says he's in the nursing school, citing the suspects who committed deadly attacks on New Zealand mosques and a Pittsburgh synagogue last month.
Pittsburgh's representative at the California Synagogue hearing has expressed sympathy from the city that six months ago the deadliest attack on Jews in US history had taken place.
Wendels Hissrich, head of public safety in Pittsburgh, said on Saturday that this was her concern with those in the San Diego area and "we understand this grief just fine."
Authorities say a 19-year-old man armed with a rifle opened the fire in a synagogue near San Diego on the last day of San Diego Pas sover. One woman was killed and three others were injured.
The attack took place exactly six months after 11 people were killed in the shootings at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.
Governor of San Diego County, William Gore, said in a news conference that he had no details on the subject for the shooting on Saturday.
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and California Governor Gavin Newsom offered their condolences to the Jewish community after a man opened fire on Saturday in a synagogue outside San Diego.
Authorities say a 19-year-old man opened the fire on Chabad of Poway on the last day of the Passover, killing one woman and injuring another three, including a girl.
Newsom said, "Nobody should be afraid to go to their place of worship."
Pelosi said on Twitter that she stands with the Jews against "this hatred".
Governor of San Diego County, William Gore, told a news conference that he has no details on the subject.
The attack comes six months after eleven people were killed in the tree shooting shoot of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.
President Donald Trump showed "deepest sympathy" to the families of those affected when he was shot dead in a synagogue outside San Diego.
At the White House, Trump said Saturday that the sh ooting "looked like a hate crime" and called it "hard to believe". He spoke from South Lawn before flying to a rally in Wisconsin.
Authorities say a 19-year-old man opened the fire in Chabad, Poway on the last day of the Passover, killing one woman and injuring three others, including a girl
They say he reported the shootings arise without incident after a police officer has passed him.
Governor of San Diego County William Gore said at a press conference that he had no details on the motives. Authorities say they reviewed copies of his social media posts.
Authorities say that one woman has died and three others are in stable condition after being shot in a synagogue outside San Diego.
Governor of San Diego County, William Gore, told a press conference that a white man had invaded Chawad in Poway on Saturday and opened the fire on worshipers with an AR-style assault weapon.
Gore says a decommissioned border patrol agent believed to be in the synagogue shot at the suspect as he fled. The sheriff says the agent did not hit him, but hit his car. San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit says the 19-year-old suspect called the police to report the shooting, and a California Highway Patrol police officer heard it from a police banner, saw the suspect, and pulled over him. Nisleit says the suspect had risen from the car with his hands raised and taken into custody without incident.
Gore says a woman died of her injuries while a girl and two men were in the hospital.
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A hospital says it treats four people who were injured in a synagogue outside San Diego but did not know the extent of their injuries.
Derryl Acosta, a spokesman for the Palomar Health Medical Center Hospital, says the four patients were admitted around 12:30 pm Saturday.
San Diego police chief David Nisleit said there was no threat after a man was arrested in the shootout. He said, however, that the authorities have stepped up patrols in neighborhood precautionary areas.
The Chabad of Poway worshiped on the last day of the Passover feast, exactly six months since an assassination attempt on a Pittsburgh synagogue killed eleven people. 19659005] ___
Authorities say an attack on a synagogue outside San Diego injured people, but the extent is unclear.
San Diego County sheriff's office also said on Twitter that a man had been arrested on Saturday 19659005 A handful of police cars parked in front of the synagogue in the town of Poway, just over 32 kilometers north of San Diego. The street in front of the building was framed by crime tape.
Officials say deputies were called shortly before 11:30.
The shootout took place on the last day of the Passover and exactly six months since a shot in a Pittsburgh synagogue eleven people were shot dead.