Menlo Park Police Arrest Four People After Early Morning Shooting - NBC Bay Area

Menlo Park Police Arrest Four People After Early Morning Shooting

Charges were related to weapons, drugs and negligent discharge of a firearm.



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    Menlo Park police responded to reports of gunfire at approximately 4:30 a.m., Monday morning.

    Menlo Park police arrested four residents early Monday morning after receiving reports of gunfire on the 1200 block of Madera Avenue.

    Police received mulitpled calls regarding shots fired at approximately 4:30 a.m., and arrived on scene within minutes where they discovered two residences had been struck by the gunrfire.

    In conjunction with East Palo Alto police, officers conducted a sweep of the residences and located four people inside. They also found two high capacity assault rifles, a 9mm semi-automatic  hand gun and approximately 10 ounces of marijuana.

    Kenntha Hahn, 28, Deangelo Williams, 22, Jerry Coneal, 18, and Charience Chew, 19, were all arrested on numerous weapons related charges, sales of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance, negligent discharge of a firearm, conspiracy and a criminal street gang enhancement.

    Menlo Park police are asking for anyone with more information to contact Sergeant Ed Soares at (650) 330-6360 or Detective Sergeant Jamie Romero (650) 330-6361.

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