Goshen Murders: Who are Noah David Beard and Angel Uriarte? Dangerous suspects arrested for killing 6 people

Goshen shooting suspects
Noah David Beard, 25, and Angel “Nanu” Uriarte, 35


Noah David Beard, 25, and Angel “Nanu” Uriarte, 35, were arrested as suspects in connection to the Goshen Shootings, CA. Let’s see more about the Goshen shooting suspects in detail.

Who are the dangerous suspects?

The Goshen shooting, which took place on January 16, killed six people, including a 16-year-old mother and her baby.

Police arrested the suspects who were connected to this incident. Two gang members who are accused of killing six people, including a young mother and her child, in a massacre in central California last month have been detained by authorities in California.

According to the Tulare County Sheriff, the two Goshen shooting suspects were apprehended early Friday, one following a gunfight.

Police arrested Goshen shooting suspects:

Goshen shooting suspects were arrested by the police. Without federal assistance, California’s gun regulations cannot prevent mass shootings.

Sheriff Mike Boudreaux reported that while Angel “Nanu” Uriarte, 35, was injured in the shootout with federal investigators and was awaiting surgery.

Another Goshen shooting suspect Noah David Beard, 25, was taken into prison without incident.

The suspects have a long history of gang violence, but Boudreaux said at a news conference at the Visalia sheriff’s office that the reason for the shooting “is not exactly clear.”

The district attorney’s office for Tulare County charged the two suspects with six counts of murder.

Operation Nightmare:

The results of “Operation Nightmare,” which was conducted in connection with the Goshen massacre that claimed six lives, are being released by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office.

The six victims were shot dead on January 16 in rural Goshen, a town of about 5,000 people in the San Joaquin Valley, halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, with a strong Latino population.

The sheriff claimed that “Operation Nightmare,” in which several search warrants were executed and inmate cells connected to a prison gang were searched in numerous state prisons, was the cause of the arrests.

Goshen shooting victims:

Rosa Parraz, 72; Eladio Parraz, Jr., 52; Jennifer Analla, 49; Marcos Parraz, 19, Alissa Parraz, 16, and Nycholas Parraz, 10 months, were the victims.

According to the sheriff, Alissa Parraz just received full custody of her son, who had previously spent months in the foster care system.

Three days before they were killed, on January 13, the two were reunited. The community was shocked by how violent the deaths were.

Authorities discovered Parraz and her infant son’s remains in a ditch outside the house. Both had suffered head injuries from gunfire, and it appeared that the teen was attempting to escape.

At a press conference in January, Boudreaux stated, “This young lady was running for her life and I know for a fact that there was no reason to kill her but they did. There was no reason to execute this baby, but they did it.”

The murders in Goshen happened during a brutal and violent month in California. On January 21, 11 people were killed and 9 were injured in a shooting at a dance hall in Monterey Park. Later, the shooter committed suicide.

Another similar shooting occurred on January 23 at Two Half Moon Bay Farm.


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