Marquez and Monroy are arraigned consecutively in Sacramento Superior Court under tight security, with five deputies posted at the door of Judge Gweon’s courtroom, three more surrounding the steel arraignment cage, and three more inside with the suspects. Marquez is arraigned on 14 felony counts ranging from the murder of two deputies to carjacking and possession of weapons by a felon. He is named in five special circumstances that could lead prosecutors to seek the death penalty, although a decision hasn’t been made yet. Five-foot, seven-inch, 175-pound Marquez enters the cage in shackles and hears the charges via a Spanish translator. Media aren’t allowed to photograph his face.
Davis is confirmed to have been released from UC Davis Medical.
Both suspects are being taken to the county jail.
The Placer Country Sheriff’s Department releases a transcript of its press conference on the death of the deputies.
Davis is identified as the Placer County deputy who was shot in the arm. Sheriff Bonner:
He has been treated and released from the hospital, and he is expected to recover. Jeff has been with the sheriff’s department 17 years.
Davis is identified as the Placer County deputy who has died. He would have been 43 years old next Wednesday. His father, Michael David Sr., was killed on the same day 26 years earlier, also in the line of duty. He was a 10-year veteran of the Homicide squad. Placer County Sheriff Bonner:
I think there are those people who would say, ‘I wish you’d killed him.’ No. that’s not who we are. We are not him. We did our job. I am incredibly proud of the men and woman who go out there every day and put their lives on the line. Today, this organization, this family has suffered a horrific loss, and my heartfelt thanks to all those who reached out to us.
Michael David Davis Sr. died Oct. 24, 1988 during a joint drug smuggling investigation when the helicopter he was in crashed into the mountainous area of western Imperial County, according to the Riverside Sheriff’s Department.
A photo is released showing Marquez on a stretcher.
Holmes is identified as the person who was shot during the attempted carjacking. He is critical and is being treated at UC Davis. He was on his way to a doctor’s appointment.
Marquez is taken to the Auburn Hospital off Highway 49.
The deputy with the Placer County Sheriffs Office is expected to survive a gunshot wound to the arm.
The Placer Sheriffs Department is reported to confirm the death of the second deputy:
Second deputy has died – Placer Deputy.
— Sharokina Shams (@kcraSharokina) October 24, 2014
Placer County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman:
We have a suspect in custody, I am happy to say
The suspect is confirmed to have been taken into custody at a home on Belmont Drive.
Marquez is identified as the suspect.
A map shows the area Sheriffs are searching.
A witness identifies the first vehicle the suspect was driving as a grey Mercury. It is said to have bullet holes in it. The person says he witnessed the suspect driving the vehicle on Howe Ave.
The male suspect is described as being Hispanic and in his 30s, with a buzzcut.
The civilian is confirmed to have been shot in the head. The person’s condition is unknown.
To the men and women of the sheriff’s department, we live as a family, today we will grieve as a family and tomorrow, we will start healing as a family. I pray for each and every one of you that you will find the courage that I know you have.
Oliver is is identified as the Sacramento deputy who was shot. He had a wife and two daughters, and was a fifteen-year veteran of the force. He served on the Problem Oriented Policing unit for 12 years, and in the county jail for three years before that. It was known in the morning that he did not survive the shooting, but the department held off making an announcement as his wife was out of town and had to be reached, then fly back to Sacramento. Sheriff Jones:
[He was an] outstanding officer
Former Sheriff McGinness:
[He was a] passionate, good soul
All schools in the Auburn area are locked down.
Police are searching every vehicle leaving the Auburn area to see if the suspects are inside.
Many patrol cars are reported to be at Placer High, which remains on lockdown.
Deputies are reported shot near Maidu and Auburn-Fulsom Road.
All schools in Auburn have gone on lockdown.
Two Placer County deputy Sheriffs and one from Sacramento are reported to have been shot by the suspects.
The site of the initial shooting in Sacramento remains active as the chase moves to Auburn.
Police actively chase the suspect, including through front yards.
Local police confirm that the suspects are heavily armed and have shot a civilian as well as three officers:
At least one civilian victim has been shot in Sac Co. Suspects are heavily armed and dangerous
— CHP North Sac (@CHPNSac) October 24, 2014
Three officers are confirmed to have been shot.
A red F-150 matching the description is spotted by a news helicopter:
The SWAT team are reported to raid an apartment tower:
Residents of the Woodland Towers Apartments in Carmichael say it was frightening when SWAT teams swarmed the area.
— Tom DuHain (@kcraduhain) October 24, 2014
The F-150 is found, and reports continue of another shooting.
Shots are fired as officers chase the suspect in Auburn. He may have taken a Placer County Sheriff’s vehicle.
Authorities are in pursuit of a vehicle in Auburn, Placer County.
The team leaves Fair Oaks and Van Alstine and are moving to a new location.
A map shows the location of the incidents:
Shalom School on Sierra Boulevard near Howe Ave. and Fair Oaks Bvd. goes on lockdown.
KCRA says the only description available is that he is a male in his 30s wearing a blue and black checkered shirt. Officers are reporting that there may be a woman inside the vehicle.
The California Highway Patrol issues an alert for the suspect:
BLUE ALERT issued for an armed suspect who shot a deputy in Sacramento: Red Ford F-150, California License Plate: 8J34411.
— CHP Headquarters (@CHP_HQ) October 24, 2014
The Sheriff’s Department confirms Oliver was shot while approaching a suspicious vehicle. It indicates multiple rounds were fired.
The suspect approaches Cruz, a gardener who is working on a home on Coronado. He has already abandoned the white Mustang soft-top. He demands the keys of the red Ford F-150 while showing his weapon. He points the pistol at Cruz with his right hand and holds his left arm wrapped in a bloody shirt. Suspect:
I need a favor.
What’s the favor?
I need your keys. Hurry up, because they’re chasing me. Hurry up. I don’t want to hurt you.
Cruz hands over the keys and the suspect helps him unhitch a trailer full of gardening equipment from the truck. The suspects take the truck and drive to Fair Oaks Boulevard and, within minutes, a Carmichael neighborhood.