Two people have been taken into custody, according to an announcement released by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office on Friday, in connection with the shooting murders of six people in Goshen.
Sheriff Mike Boudreaux made the announcement on Friday morning that the two suspects, Noah David Beard, age 25, and Angel “Nanu” Uriarte, age 35, had been arrested. Both of them were considered to be confirmed gang members.
According to Sheriff Boudreaux, on January 16, sheriff’s deputies rushed to the 6800 Block of Harvest Road about 3:30 a.m. after reports of many shots being heard. The deputies felt there may have been an active shooter in the area due to the quantity of bullets being fired.
After arriving on the scene seven minutes after the initial call, deputies reported finding two people already deceased. It was discovered at a later time that a call to 911 had originated from a victim who had survived the shooting and had been hiding out to avoid being injured.
The sheriff stated that the deputies subsequently discovered a third deceased victim at the doorway of the residence where they were searching. Deputy sheriffs continued their investigation of the area and discovered multiple victims in the vicinity of the property. Both people who were inside and outside of the house were victims. Sheriff Boudreaux stated that one of the victims was still conscious and breathing. CPR was initiated as soon as deputies arrived on the scene, and the victim was taken to the hospital, where he ultimately passed away.
The victims of the shooting have all been identified by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office:
- 52-year-old Eladio Parraz Jr.
- 19-year-old Marcos Parraz
- 49-year-old Jennifer Analla
- 72-year-old Rosa Parraz
- 16-year-old Alissa Parraz
- 10-month-old Nycholas Parraz.
The ATF, DEA, FBI, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, and California Department of Corrections are all contributing resources to the inquiry, which is helping to move it along more quickly. If you have any information on this investigation, please contact the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office at (559) 733-6218. If you wish to remain anonymous while providing information, you may do so by calling or texting (559) 725-4194, or by sending an email to [email protected]