DATE: "July 18, 2018"
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Incident Number: 2018-20560
Crime/Incident: 664-187 PC [Attempted Murder]
Location: 3000 Block of Sol Lane, Ukiah CA 95482
Date of Incident: 07-17-2018
Time: 11:15 PM
Victim(s): 18 year old male adult
Written By: Lieutenant Shannon Barney
Synopsis: The Mendocino County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's assistance on an attempted murder case.
On 7/17/2018 around 11:15 PM the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office received a report of a shooting in the 3000 Block of Sol Lane, just off of Lake Mendocino Drive, in Ukiah CA. Deputies responded to the area and found an 18 year old adult male who suffered multiple gunshot wounds. The victim was transported to an out of county hospital for treatment. At this time his condition is not know.
Deputies were advised there may have been a suspect seen fleeing the area on foot. The suspect(s) identity is/are unknown at this time. The Sheriff's Office is requesting the public's assistance in this case. If anyone has information related to this case, or if anyone saw any suspicious persons or vehicles in the area before or after the incident they are encouraged to call the Sheriff's Communication Center at 707-463-4083 or the Sheriff's Tip Line at 707-234-2100.
Approved by: Lieutenant Shannon Barney
The Mendocino Voice > Police & Courts > Authorities seek information in Ukiah shooting
MENDOCINO CO., 7/18/18 — An 18 year old man was shot late last night in the Ukiah area, on Sol Lane, just off Lake Mendocino Drive. He sustained multiple gunshot wounds and was taken to an out of county hospital — his condition is currently unknown and it is not clear if he survived. The Mendocino County Sheriff's Office is seeking any information that could lead to a suspect in what they are currently labeling an attempted murder.
The only information that the MCSO has released is that a suspect may have been seen fleeing on foot. They are asking for any assistance or information in the shooting, if you have any tips you can call 707-463-4083 or the tip line at 707-234-2100.
We will update as more info comes in.
Here is the full press release from the MCSO: