Bullet holes outside of the home
ROSEVILLE, Calif. - A Roseville neighborhood is slowly returning to normal after a shooting and standoff that left six officers injured Friday. But one family remains devastated, unable to return home.
The standoff ended at a home on the corner of Hampton Drive and 6th Street, still scarred by evidence of the violent encounter.
Bullet holes in the walls and broken fences are just a few of the things neighbors said the family needs to repair or replace.
"I have had an opportunity to see inside the home and I've been asked not to go into great detail. Essentially, everything they have is complete loss," said neighbor Cathy King.
According to King, the family received a couple of donated items from the Goodwill to get themselves going, but they still need lots of things for their 15-month-old daughter.
King says she'll be meeting with the family and hopes to set up a bank fund so the community can contribute donations.
There will be a "Beer and Bar-B-Que" fundraiser this Wednesday at the Country Club Saloon in Loomis to help the displaced family. It starts at 4:30 p.m.
By Suzanne Phan, firstname.lastname@example.org