2 alleged cartel hitmen arrested, charged in massacre of 6 in California home

"I know for a fact this 10-month-old baby was relying on the comfort of his mother. There was no reason for them to shoot that baby, but they did."

Joshua Young Youngsville North Carolina

On Friday, the California's Tulare County Sheriff's Office arrested and charged two suspects with cartel affiliations, 25-year-old Noah David Beard and 35-year-old Angel 'Nanu' Uriarte, for the murder of a teenage mother, her 10-month-old baby, and four others for a total of six counts of murder.

As The Daily Mail reports, Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux told reporters, "I know for a fact this 10-month-old baby was relying on the comfort of his mother. There was no reason for them to shoot that baby, but they did."

On January 16, 16-year-old mom Alyssa Parraz tried to flee from the gunmen who targeted the home she lived in along with everyone inside. Surveillance footage and a 911 call recently released by authorities revealed that an unnammed survivor called and told the dispatcher "They're coming back in. I'm too scared" and "The guys are coming. Please hurry, they're coming back in."

The footage showed Parraz running away from the home with her baby Nycholas. She approached a nearby fence, first threw her baby over and she then followed. 

Parraz was later found dead in a ditch cradling her deceased baby after both were shot execution style with multiple round fired directly into their heads.

The incident happened in a farming town approximately 220 miles southwest of San Francisco called Goshen.

"In all, the execution-style massacre led to the deaths of Eladio Parraz Jr, 52, Marcos Parraz, 19, Jennifer Analla, 49, Rosa Parraz, 72, Alissa Parraz, 16, and Nycholas Parraz, who was just 10 months old," reports the Daily Mail.

One surviving victim made the initial 911 call that led to police being dispatched to the scene at roughly 3:30 am.

Sheriff Boudreaux said, "None of this was an accident. It was deliberate, intentional and horrific. These people were clearly shot in the head and they were also shot in places where the shooter would know that a quick death would occur."

"This is also similar to high-ranking gang affiliation and the style of executions that they commit," Boudreaux added.

Two others survived after fleeing to a nearby trailer where they witnessed the events through surveillance cameras.

Boudreaux said that gang activity "has routinely occurred in the past" at the home but that several victims, including Parraz and her infant son, were not drug dealers, and there was "no reason" to kill them.

The ATF, DEA, FBI, Homeland Security, Department of Justice, and the California Department of Corrections assisted in the hunt for the suspects.

According to the New York Post, the two men were suspected of being cartel hitmen.


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