TULARE COUNTY, Calif. -- Authorities identified six people - including a 16-year-old mother and her 10-month-old baby - who were killed in a shooting early Monday at a home in central California.
On Tuesday, authorities identified the victims as:
The deadly shootings happened at a home on Harvest Avenue near Road 68 early Monday morning.
Investigators say at least two shooters went on a rampage, with the gunfire so intense it was initially called in as a potential active shooter.
Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux said a call came from one of the survivors who was hiding in a trailer.
There were three survivors total in the incident. Two of them were inside the trailer and the other was inside the house.
Boudreaux says that the teen mother and her baby tried running away but were ultimately shot.
The teen was from Northern California and had been living with her father's side of the family in Goshen for the last year.
Boudreaux added that the shooting appears to be tied to gangs and possibly drugs and believes it's not a random act of violence.
He went on to describe it as being like a cartel-style execution.
Autopsies are being done on the victims' bodies. They are expected to be finished by Friday.
A $10,000 reward has been offered for any information on the deadly shootings.