Reporting Deputy: Sergeant Jesse Martinez

File # C230610044


On Thursday, March 2nd, 2023, around 11:49 p.m., deputies from the Thermal Station responded to a call of shots fired near the 84000 block of Lingayan Avenue in the unincorporated area of Coachella. Upon arrival, evidence of a shooting was discovered; however, no victims or other involved parties were located. Shortly after, deputies received information that two gunshot victims were dropped off at a local hospital. It was determined the two victims were involved in the initial call on Lingayan. One of the victims, an unidentified male, later died as a result of his injuries. The other victim remains in critical condition.

Additionally, a third unidentified male gunshot victim was brought into a different local hospital and was in stable condition. Information was developed that this victim was also involved in the initial shooting call on Lingayan Avenue.

Investigators from the Thermal Station and the Central Homicide Unit responded to the scene and assumed the investigation. The investigation is currently ongoing. There are no suspects in custody, and no further information will be released at this time.

Anyone with information regarding this investigation is encouraged to call Investigator A. Glasper at the Thermal Sheriff Station at 760-863-8990 or Investigator R. Navarrete with the Central Homicide Unit at 951-955-2777.

For media inquiries regarding this incident please contact the Media Information Bureau.

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