The killings began at 10:45 a.m. with a PG&E worker whom Muhammad allegedly walked up and shot as he was sitting in the passenger seat of his truck. The third victim, 58-year-old David Jackson, was the last one killed, just standing in front of Catholic Charities.
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Randalls, 34, a utility worker for Pacific Gas and Electric Co., was on the job and sitting inside a company auto at the time he was shot.
Zackary Randalls, a 34-year-old father of two young children, was killed.
The shootings happened outside a Catholic Charities building, but spokeswoman Teresa Dominguez told the Associated Press that the charity does not believe the suspect was tied to the nonprofit organization. Muhammad, who is black, fired 16 rounds in less than two minutes at four places within a block, shooting men who appeared to be going about their day, authorities say.
Before Tuesday's events, Muhammad was already being sought in connection with the shooting death last week of Carl Williams, 25, a security guard at a Motel 6.
Despite the suspect yelling "Allahu Akbar", Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer said the shootings had "nothing to do with terrorism".
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Next, Dyer said Muhammad shot at another white man walking out of a house, but did not hit him, and then shot at a auto, but stopped shooting when he saw two Latina women inside. The gunman reportedly pointed the gun at them as they sat in their auto trying to escape, but he did not shoot. He is expected to be charged with four counts of murder - one each for Tuesday's three victims plus the slaying of a white Motel 6 security guard who was killed last week. "We are also processing the box of food as well as the items contained within that box to learn of his identity", Dyer said.
Greer said Jackson tripped over a curb in the parking lot, falling down when he was shot.
The gun has not been located after it was wrapped in clothing and picked up by someone on the scene, Dyer said, describing the man who took it as Hispanic.
"He wouldn't want people to be divided by this", Valencia said. A man shot and killed three people on the streets of downtown Fresno on Tu.
Police say the 39-year-old, who is black, singled out white victims and killed them at random.
Sayed Ali Ghazvini, imam of the Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno, said Muhammad was not a member of his congregation and he did not recognize him.
But Glenestene Taylor said she didn't remember her grandson showing a racial bias, toward whites or anyone else, in all his years staying with her or during countless visits to her predominately white Fresno neighborhood.
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After emerging from the ravine Sunday, he cut his braided hair and burned it, altering his appearance from the "wanted" photos police would release while searching for him in the death of the security guard.
When he learned he was wanted in the security guard killing, Muhammad made a decision to take out as many other white men as possible before he was caught, Dyer said.
Muhammad starting running, until he saw a police vehicle, which had arrived within minutes of the initial shots.
"He set out to kill as many as he could", Fresno's top cop, Dyer told reporters. The fanatic black nationalist told investigators he wanted to slaughter as many whites as he could.
Dyer said he doesn't believe Muhammad feels remorse for the killings.
"On what appeared to be Muhammad's Facebook page, he repeatedly posted "#LetBlackPeopleGo" and encouraged "black warriors" to "mount up".
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