Suspect Arrested In Loomis Triple Homicide
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LOOMIS, Calif. (CBS13) – Investigators have arrested a suspect in a triple homicide over the weekend, but have released few details about a motive for the alleged crime.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Department said 36-year-old Jeremy Ray Baker arrested for the shooting deaths of Nanette Florance, John Camara and Lawrench Fay in a home on Rachel Lane on Saturday morning.
Florance and Fay were found dead at the scene, and Camara died at a hospital Saturday night.
Authorities said Baker knew the victims.
Baker is being held without bail at the Placer County Jail.