California has been wracked by two mass shootings over the past several days, with the suspect in one shooting killing himself and the suspect in the other shooting being arrested on Monday.
Here's footage of the latter arrest — a great example of good, solid, quietly heroic police work for you:
Here's a better shot, from that cameraman who was hunkered just a couple parking spaces away from police:
Both mass shootings were apparently carried out against Asian American victims by elderly Asian Americans in the first days of the Asian Lunar New Year.
The first shooting, in Monterey Park, was carried out by 72-year-old Huu Can Tran, while the Half Moon Bay shooting suspect is of a similar profile:
A 67-year-old veteran farm worker has killed seven fellow Chinese agricultural laborers in what local news described as a workplace dispute.
Chunli Zhao, who lived in Half Moon Bay, was arrested and is 'fully cooperating' with law enforcement, officials said.