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Crime

After Fresno shooting spree, Fulton Street residents, businesses regain normalcy

For the people living and working in the Fresno neighborhood where three men were shot and killed last week, Monday marked a return to the daily routine.

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'Let black people go!' shooting spree suspect Kori Muhammad yells in court

In his first Fresno County Superior Court appearance as a suspect in the shooting deaths of four men, Kori Muhammad yelled "Let black people go, and reparations!" on Friday, April 20, 2017. Note: Judge Kent Hamlin did not allow the media to photograph or video-record Muhammad in the courtroom.
Aleksandra Konstantinovic The Fresno Bee
'Let black people go!' shooting spree suspect Kori Muhammad yells in court 0:22

'Let black people go!' shooting spree suspect Kori Muhammad yells in court

Religious leaders hold prayer walk for victims of Tuesday's triple-homicide in Fresno 2:11

Religious leaders hold prayer walk for victims of Tuesday's triple-homicide in Fresno

In wake of the deadly shooting rampage, Catholic Charities receives $15,000 donation 1:24

In wake of the deadly shooting rampage, Catholic Charities receives $15,000 donation

Shooting spree suspect Kori Muhammad a 'callous' killer, police Chief Dyer says 2:26

Shooting spree suspect Kori Muhammad a 'callous' killer, police Chief Dyer says