Man convicted of shooting 7, killing 3 in 2021 Richmond ‘massacre’

(KRON) — The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office announced Friday that a man was convicted for a triple murder that happened on Father’s Day in 2021 in Richmond. Four other people were also shot in what the DA’s office described as a “massacre.”

The shooting happened on June 20, 2021. Enrique Ramirez-Calmo and an associate opened fire at a group of people at a party on the 2100 block of Dunn Avenue, per the DA’s office.

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Ramirez-Calmo and the other suspect were gang members, and the DA’s office described the shooting as a case of “mistaken identity and gang rivalry.” The other shooter was charged as a juvenile.

“This was a senseless massacre that shattered the lives of innocent families,” DA Diana Becton said.

A video taken by one of the victims that captured the moment of the shooting was presented at trial.

Ramirez-Calmo faces multiple life sentences without the possibility of parole and will be sentenced on March 11.

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