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Mason James Lira

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Mason James Lira (Shooting Suspect) Identified Who killed a local man and seriously wounded a Sheriff’s Deputy in Paso Robles early this morning – Wikispro

 

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Mason James Lira Crime Story

According to a report on Wednesday night, suspect 26-year-old Mason James Lira was identified as a homeless man from the Monterey area. San Luis Obispo High District Court records do not show any local criminal cases filed against Lira.

Lira allegedly opened fire at Paso Robles police station around 3:45 pm after being seen in surveillance cameras hidden in front of the building.

A deputy sheriff who answered the call was shot in the face. A few hours later, a 58-year-old homeless man was found dead with a firearm behind his head near the Paso Robles train station.

The police believe both events are linked.

Despite widespread searches in Paso Robles city center on most of Wednesday, Lira is still broad and considered armed and dangerous according to the newsletter.

Mason James Lira Arrested and charged

Lira is charged with a shooting frenzy that started at 3:45 am today when the Paso Robles Police Department started shooting at the building. A Deputy Sheriff who answered this call was shot by proxy, and then a local man was shot dead at the Paso Robles train station.

Paso Robles conducted extensive research in the city center, but no suspects were found.
Lira is considered armed and dangerous. If a public member is Lira, it is recommended that you do not contact him. Call 911 instead and report your location to law enforcement.

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