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21 April 2017, 07:24 | Gladys Abbott
Prosecutors say they're holding off on three additional counts in the deaths of three white men Tuesday while investigators piece together their case. - Muhammad told police he then decided he wasn't going to go down for killing a security guard who disrespected him but instead taking out as many white men as he could. Williams was also white.
Muhammad was charged in 2005 with possessing cocaine with intent to distribute, court records show.
"I did it. I shot them", Muhammad told officers as they arrested him, according to the chief.
Police said Muhammad was inspired to carry out the "hate crime" shooting after learning on a local news report that he was the suspect of the Motel 6 murder.
Police have said Muhammad was bent on killing as many white men as possible when he gunned down the three men in downtown Fresno and fired at another, who was missed by the bullets.
Williams, 25, was working as a security guard for Monument on April 13 at Motel 6 when he was shot at close range by the gunman.
Fresno has used the gunfire detection system called ShotSpotter for about two years.
"This is exclusively based on race", Dyer told reporters.
Here is what we know about the victims:Police say the first person gunned down was PG&E utility worker Zackary Randalls, who was sitting in the passenger seat of a work truck. They scattered, and Muhammad picked the one who was older and appeared heavier: David Jackson, 58, of Fresno.
Martin was charged as an accessory and has been released from jail.
Stephen Hughes, 66, said he and his wife rushed home Tuesday after receiving a frantic call from a neighbor to find a body draped in a blanket on the sidewalk leading to his front door.
Mark Gassett had just picked up groceries at a Catholic Charities building when police say Kori Ali Muhammad shot him in the chest, and fired twice more after he fell to make sure he was dead.
Monique Skinner tells The Fresno Bee (http://bit.ly/2osozFS ) that she was outside her apartment when she flipped the victim over and he gasped and died. The couple has two children.
The vigil is at 215 N. Fulton St., at 7 p.m. Thursday. - Muhammad ran south on Fulton with his gun warapped in clothing, set it down in the area of Fulton and Voorman, A Hispanic male approaches him carrying a box of food, they have a brief discussion, the man walks over to where the gun was, sets the box down, picks up the gun and runs west on Voorman. - Sunday Muhammad walked west to and area where he cut off his braids, burned them, then slept in that area until Tuesday.
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer says Muhammad shouted "God is great" in Arabic during his arrest and had posted on social media that he dislikes white people.
Muhammad converted to the Nation of Islam and took the name Kori Muhammad as a teenager.
Public records list Muhammad as Cory Taylor and other aliases with addresses in Fresno and Sacramento.
Muhammad is expected to be charged with murder on Thursday. He could face the death penalty. The 25-year-old was shot and killed while responding to an incident at the motel Muhammad was visiting. At the scene of the shooting, Muhammad confessed to the first police officer at the scene "I did it".
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