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Man identified in deadly shooting near Roseville Galleria

ROSEVILLE, CA - Roseville police say the man who died in a triple shooting across from the Westfield Galleria shopping center Saturday night was 42-year-old Floyd Raymond Allen, III, of Sacramento.

Allen was shot inside a gray van where detectives believe a methamphetamine deal turned violent when four men tried to rob a drug dealer.

Three men have been arrested and taken into custody, according to police spokeswoman Officer Dee Dee Gunther. A fourth man alleged involved was in critical condition at an area hospital after being shot in the legs. He has not been arrested or charged at this time, Gunther said. 

No bystanders were hurt in the busy parking along the 1200 block of Galleria Boulevard.

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Man wanted for Linda shooting arrested in NV

LINDA, CA - A man suspected of shooting a Linda, Calif. man on March 4th was arrested in Nevada last week in connection with a methamphetamine discovery.

Useph Thao, 30, of Linda was wanted in Yuba County for his suspected shooting of 32-year-old Jason Webster on March 4, according to Lt. Damon Gill of the Yuba County Sheriff's Dept.

STORY: Yuba Co. deputies seek gunman in Linda, Calif. shooting

Gill said Thao was arrested last week when he and three others were linked to about a half pound of methamphetamine found in a vehicle by Nevada Highway Patrol officers.

Thao attempted to conceal his identity to officers upon arrest by using a relative's names as an alias, but officers positively identified him through fingerprints, said Gill.

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Man wanted for Linda, Calif. shooting, arrested in NV

LINDA, CA - A man suspected of shooting a Linda, Calif. man on March 4th was arrested in Nevada last week in connection with a methamphetamine discovery.

Useph Thao, 30, of Linda was wanted in Yuba County for his suspected shooting of 32-year-old Jason Webster on March 4, according to Lt. Damon Gill of the Yuba County Sheriff's Dept.

STORY: Yuba Co. deputies seek gunman in Linda, Calif. shooting

Gill said Thao was arrested last week when he and three others were linked to about a half pound of methamphetamine found in a vehicle by Nevada Highway Patrol officers.

Thao attempted to conceal his identity to officers upon arrest by using a relative's names as an alias, but officers positively identified him through fingerprints, said Gill.

Man wanted for Linda, Calif. shooting, arrested in NV

LINDA, CA - A man suspected of shooting a Linda, Calif. man on March 4th was arrested in Nevada last week in connection with a methamphetamine discovery.

Useph Thao, 30, of Linda was wanted in Yuba County for his suspected shooting of 32-year-old Jason Webster on March 4, according to Lt. Damon Gill of the Yuba County Sheriff's Dept.

STORY: Yuba Co. deputies seek gunman in Linda, Calif. shooting

Gill said Thao was arrested last week when he and three others were linked to about a half pound of methamphetamine found in a vehicle by Nevada Highway Patrol officers.

Thao attempted to conceal his identity to officers upon arrest by using a relative's names as an alias, but officers positively identified him through fingerprints, said Gill.

Police release new details in shooting near Galleria

ROSEVILLE - Detectives with the Roseville Police Department have released new details on the shooting that occured Saturday night near the Galleria at Roseville.

They say the incident was not a random act. According to police, it was a drug deal that turned violent because of an attemped robbery.

Detectives have determined that shortly before the 8:13 p.m. shooting, five men, all acquainted in one way or another, got inside a gray van in the parking lot to conduct a methamphetamine deal. Detectives also believe that four of the men had conspired to rob the drug dealer. A struggle ensued inside the van, and three of the five men were shot.

One of the men, who wasn't injured, fled and drove away from the scene in his own vehicle before emergency units arrived. Roseville Police have identified him as Roseville Resident Francisco J. Cabrera-Silva, and arrested him this morning following a traffic stop.