California Gunman Arrested After Making Credible Threats Against The State Capitol

Jackson Pinney, 30, of Hayward, was arrested after allegedly making credible threats against California’s state in Sacramento.

Pinney was arrested Thursday and charged with making “credible threats” against California’s Capitol after shooting a gun from his vehicle and lodging bullets in the wall of a hospital and a commercial building in Sacramento.

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Roseville Police and the California Highway Patrol, which is investigating the threats to the Capitol, named Pinney, 30, as the suspect making the threats.

The California Highway Patrol did not immediately comment on the arrest and has not detailed the substance of the threat against the State Capitol.

Police in Roseville and Citrus Heights responded late Wednesday to reports of someone shooting a gun from a vehicle while driving through the cities. Bullets struck two buildings in Citrus Heights and a hospital in Roseville, police said.

State senators and their staff members were notified about the threat involving the building in an email Thursday morning from Senate Secretary Erika Contreras.

“The California Highway Patrol (CHP) has notified the Senate of a threat they consider to be credible involving the Capitol,” Contreras wrote. “The CHP and security partners are present in higher numbers in the Capitol area and are alert of the situation.”

Pinney also entered an auto parts business at the beginning of his shooting spree, where he called 911 and told police they needed to investigate a murder.

Police say he then fired at Harris Industrial Gases and believe he was aiming for a large propane tank on the property.

Update on gunman accused of making threats against California State Capitol. Police say he fired at Harris Industrial Gases, and the owner believes he was aiming for a large propane tank.

Pinney was taken into custody Thursday after 4 p.m. near the intersection of Auburn-Folsom Road and Douglas Boulevard, Roseville police said.

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The Roseville Police Department said Pinney was booked into county jail on charges of attempted homicide, assault with a firearm, shooting from a moving vehicle, and shooting at an inhabited dwelling.

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