Officers investigate shooting on E Street

Paramedics assist a shooting victim on E Street Thursday afternoon. Sentinel photo/Karen Brainard

Update: July 5, 6:40 p.m.

Sheriff’s officials remain at the scene of a shooting in the 900 block of E Street Thursday afternoon.

Deputies responding to the call found an unidentified victim lying in the ditch bleeding in front of 945 E St., said Sgt. Greg Rylaarsdam with the sheriff’s Ramona station.

The victim is white and possibly in his twenties. Paramedics took him to Palomar Medical Center.

Neighbors watch as officers investigate the crime scene. Sentinel photo/Maureen Robertson

Based on what witnesses told officers, the shooting victim may have been trying to get into 933 E St., Rylaarsdam said. It is uncertain if the victim shot himself or if he was shot. Officers found a black semiautomatic handgun close to where the victim was found, said Rylaarsdam.

At least two men and one woman went voluntarily to the sheriff’s Ramona station to give statements and be interviewed, he said, noting that no one has been arrested.

“We’re trying to put everything together,” he said.

Paramedics load a shooting victim into an ambulance for transport to Palomar Medical Center. Sentinel photo/Maureen Robertson

Detective Lori-Ann Wells is in charge of the investigation.

Original report: July 5, 5:55 p.m.

San Diego County sheriff’s officials are investigating a shooting on E Street near 10th Street late Thursday afternoon.

According to one neighbor, a man was shot in the leg. Another neighbor reported hearing two shots.

Cal Fire paramedics loaded the victim, who was lying in a culvert, into an ambulance and took him to an area hospital.

Officers check a house across the street. Sentinel photo/Maureen Robertson

A sheriff’s helicopter circled the scene briefly. The incident occurred about 4:45 p.m.
Officials are questioning neighbors and not releasing any information, saying they are still investigating.

Clothes paramedics took off the victim to determine his injury remained in the ditch and the victim’s blood stained the pavement nearby. Sentinel photo/Maureen Robertson

Deputy J.P. Martinez talks with a man waiting to get into his home after a reported shooting on E Street. Sentintel photo/Maureen Robertson

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8 Comments for “Officers investigate shooting on E Street”

  1. Here We Go

    As the prisons empty out, and more felons are released, this kind of scumbag behavior will be more and more common. Open your eyes, law abiding citizens of Ramona, the gang filth ghetto has arrived in our town, and they seem to be thriving. When people are getting shot in broad daylight you know the roaches have left the sewer. Just wondering if our quiet country town has become a dumping ground. Look around Ramona, and wake up. Any thoughts?

    • Local

      I agree. The Scumbags punks that was robbing houses are out of Jail. Thanks to their Parents. I truely hope they get major Prison Timel.

      • TiredOfYourSpawn

        Who those little angels? LOL Those parents are in denial and should have left them in jail!! The little ******** need to be locked up.

    • crm

      This is true, and the other problem is when some one is just protecting there home and family from an armed intruder they get treated like criminals by the police for this….after this armed idiot invaded there home the cops invaded it and ransacked it, leaving a mess for them to also deal with…..the simple fact of this whole mess is, the guy was coming into there home with a gun and he got shot! He got what he deserved.

  2. ricky

    I wouldn’t say gang filth ghetto’s. Its more about the issue we’ve always faced hear in this town, drugs. I look around and it seems like there are so many “tweekers” that are around this town. People feening for drugs are willing to go to any extremities to get them. Even braking into peoples homes which has been happening overwhelmingly in last two months.

  3. TiredOfYourSpawn

    Your tax dollars at work. Makes you want to vomit, doesn't it?

    More needed to education, by the looks of the spelling on these boards. :-(

  4. Joe

    The home this person in the middle of the day around 4 pm broke in with a gun didnt think of using his gun to keep from getting shot I think there is more to this story than is let on I watch people come and go all hr of the day and night so ya I think the cops should out the house more often

    • Don

      Hey Joe, What are you doing up @ all hrs of the day and night? Sounds like you need some sleep and mind your business
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