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World Friends of California movie theater shooting suspect believed he had gun, snuck out of cinema, detective says

03:01  04 august  2021
03:01  04 august  2021 Source:   foxnews.com

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The suspect charged with opening fire on two people on a date inside a California movie theater was accompanied by three friends who snuck out of the cinema over fears that he brought a gun , according to local reports. The three moviegoers said they believe Jimenez was the killer, according to a sworn police declaration filed in court. It was unclear if their failure to warn about him the night of the attack constitutes a crime. Detectives said six tickets were purchased for the screening of the movie – the fifth in "The Purge" film series, which centers on a 12-hour period each year in which all

Friends of Jimenez told investigators that he brought a gun into the movie theater in Corona where two people were shot to death on July 26, according to a sworn declaration. (Will Lester, The Orange County Register/SCNG). This news organization is not identifying the witnesses because they have not been charged A man suspected of fatally shooting two young people in a Corona theater last week was accompanied by three friends , who told investigators they were alarmed because they believed he brought a gun into the cinema and was acting so strangely they snuck out , apparently without

The suspect charged with opening fire on two people on a date inside a California movie theater was accompanied by three friends who snuck out of the cinema over fears that he brought a gun, according to local reports.

The friends of Joseph Jimenez told authorities he was acting strange and that they left the Regal Edwards cinema in Corona, 50 miles southeast of Los Angeles, over his behavior on July 26, according to police records obtained by The Orange County Register.

They apparently didn't warn anyone of the potential threat.

Two of the friends told investigators they later saw Jimenez run out the theater and leave in his car. That evening, Rylee Goodrich, 18 and Anthony Barajas, 19, were found fatally shot in the head when cinema workers entered the theater to clean up after a 9:35 p.m. showing of "The Forever Purge."

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Goodrich was pronounced dead at the scene and Barajas – a TikTok star – died Saturday after several days on life support.

The three moviegoers said they believe Jimenez was the killer, according to a sworn police declaration filed in court. It was unclear if their failure to warn about him the night of the attack constitutes a crime.

Detectives said six tickets were purchased for the screening of the movie – the fifth in "The Purge" film series, which centers on a 12-hour period each year in which all crime is legal.

Fox News reached out to the Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

One purchaser bought four tickets on the theater's website. The purchaser was questioned as well as the other two moviegoers, who all recalled Jimenez was with them.

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Charges were filed Friday against the suspect accused of shooting two people during an "unprovoked" attack inside a California movie theater earlier this week, killing one of the victims. Joseph Jimenez, 20, was charged with murder and attempted murder in the July 26 shooting in Corona, according to a news release from the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office. Officials have also filed a special circumstance allegation of lying in wait. Investigators say 19-year-old Anthony Barajas and 18-year-old Rylee Goodrich were shot in the head during a Monday night showing of “The Forever Purge” inside

The suspect , a 29-year-old who police have not identified, fled the scene after the shooting . Police say that the man returned to his home distraught and told his father that the gun accidentally went off in the movie theater , prompting the father to call 911. He went in and took a seat in theater number nine and was fumbling with a pistol when it went off and struck someone sitting in front of him ," said David Leibman with the Renton Police Department. The man went quietly with police when they arrived at his family’s home. The city of Renton is located in King County, about 10 miles south of Seattle.

"Halfway through the movie, Joseph left and returned with a bag which he told them he had a ‘strap’ in the bag. Witnesses believed this to be a handgun," the declaration said, the newspaper reported. "Witnesses said Joseph was mumbling and talking to himself which made them uncomfortable. Witnesses said they needed to use the restroom, however, they left the theater leaving Joseph behind.

"About (11:28 p.m., two of the witnesses) saw Joseph run outside the theater and run to his vehicle. He then sped away in his vehicle at a high rate of speed," the declaration said. "The following day, witnesses learned of the press releases of the murder. Witnesses believed Joseph committed the murder."

Jimenez was arrested hours after the shooting. He is charged with murder and attempted murder, which could be changed following the death of Barajas. He is expected to appear in court Thursday.

Investigators believe he acted alone and did not know the victims.

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