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Police Identify Father, Son Who Died Following Shooting in Vallejo

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    Police Identify Father, Son Who Died Following Shooting in Vallejo
    Cheryl Hurd/NBC Bay Area
    Police investigate a quadruple shooting in Vallejo. (Feb. 19, 2016)

    Police have identified a father and son who died following a quadruple shooting Friday afternoon in Vallejo.

    Officers found four shooting victims when they responded around 3:45 p.m. to the 500 block of Porter Street, Capt. John Whitney said.

    Vallejo-resident Michael Broadnax, 41, pronounced dead at the scene. His 22-year-old son, Bomani Broadnax of Martinez, was found shot next to the driver's side of a vehicle in a driveway and succumbed to his injuries on Monday, police said.

    A female was inside the residence and suffered a wound on her hand during the shooting, while a 9-year-old child suffered a wound to his face, Whitney said. Their injuries are not considered life-threatening.

    Several witnesses are assisting the investigation and police are looking for a maroon four-door sedan that may be related to the shooting that was seen leaving the scene, Whitney said.

    Anyone who witnessed the shooting is asked to call Detective Robert Greenberg at 707-648-4280.

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