ANTIOCH — A man shot to death Tuesday night during gunfire that also critically wounded another man has been identified by authorities.
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The shooting happened about 10:55 p.m. Tuesday on Bryan Avenue and killed Roberto Gonzalez-Lamas, 41, of Antioch. According to police, he had been shot several times.
So, too, had another man who was critically wounded. Police said that victim is a 59-year-old who had life-threatening injuries. Requests for updates on the man’s condition were not answered Thursday or early Friday by Antioch police. It was not immediately clear if that man is also an Antioch resident.
The homicide is the second one investigated in 2024 by Antioch police. The other one happened 13 days earlier.
Both men were rushed to a hospital. Gonzalez-Lamas died there.
Police have not said what they think they motivation for the killing was, and they have not announced any arrests.