Donneill Davis Jr., 22, shot, killed in Orange County
ORANGE COUNTY Shooting — On Wednesday night in Orange County, while deputies were investigating two separate scenes, a guy in his 20s was fatally shot and killed, according to the officials. A shooting was reported at approximately 9:30 p.m. at the intersection of Lalchandani Way and South John Young Parkway, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies were dispatched to the scene.
Officials from the sheriff’s office stated that a short time later, deputies were informed that a guy who had been shot was driven to Kaley Street near I-4, where a gas station was cordoned off with crime tape. Officials have stated that the victim of the gunshot, a 22-year-old man named Donneill Davis Jr., was transported to a hospital, where he was subsequently pronounced dead. The sheriff’s office stated that there is no information on the alleged shooter or any other specifics regarding the incident. An investigation is still going on right now.
Related article; Sheriff’s Department finds 63-year-old OC hiker dead
Authorities announced on Saturday that a 63-year-old man was discovered dead several hours after going missing while out on a trek in Brea’s Carbon Canyon Regional Park. Soon after 5:30 p.m., the Orange County Sheriff’s Department posted on Twitter, “The Orange County Sheriff’s Department is sorry to report that Jeffrey Morton has been found deceased,” adding that the county coroner’s office was looking into Morton’s death. “Our hearts go out to his family and friends.”
The Yorba Linda, California, resident Jeffrey Paul Morton left for a hike at around 2:30 a.m. on Friday, according to the Sheriff’s Department. According to the investigators, he normally arrived home around 6 a.m. According to the Sheriff’s Department, Morton’s 2004 white Acura MDX was discovered on the intersection of Brea Hills Drive and Carbon Canyon Road, next to the park. He didn’t have a telephone, and his trekking route was unclear, according to investigators on Friday.
The Sheriff’s Department noted at the time that Jeffrey “Jeffrey has never failed to return home from a hike,” “Due to the circumstances, Jeffrey is being considered a critical missing person.” it says. On Friday afternoon, the Brea Fire Department responded to a complaint regarding Morton and started a rescue effort. The area’s hills were scoured by crews, but aerial coverage was limited by poor visibility, making attempts challenging. The Sheriff’s Department can be reached at (714) 647-7000 if you have any information about the case.
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