Suisun police ID shooting victim

By From page A3 | April 16, 2014

SUISUN CITY — Suisun City police on Tuesday identified the victim of Saturday’s fatal shooting on Terry Lane as 33-year-old Salathiel Maynard. They also renewed a call for any witnesses to step forward.

Maynard was shot at about 11 p.m. Saturday during an argument outside a house on the sub-100 block of Terry Lane. Neighbors said they heard several shots. Police responded and found Maynard, who was transported to NorthBay Medical Center, where he died from his injuries.

Police said their investigation determined that there was an argument between Maynard and another person, which ended with Maynard being shot. Police did not release any further information about the case or the suspect. Police initially reported that the shooting occurred at 11 a.m. Saturday.

It’s the city’s first homicide of the year. Suisun police ask anyone with information about the killing to call Detective Lisa Evenson at 421-7373.

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Ian Thompson

Ian Thompson

Ian Thompson has worked for the Daily Republic longer than he cares to remember. A native of Oregon and a graduate of the University of Oregon, he pines for the motherland still. He covers Vacaville and Travis Air Force Base for the Daily Republic. He is an avid military history buff, wargamer and loves the great outdoors.

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  • Rich GiddensApril 15, 2014 - 7:56 pm

    Welcome to Sewer Soon City!

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  • GemmaApril 16, 2014 - 4:53 am

    SMDH. First article said he was killed at 11AM. Someone commented they were pretty sure it was 11 PM. Now this article says 11 PM. Did you correct the previous article? Is it that hard to get the time correct? Are we sure his name is Maynard, or will that be changed in the next article as well? Perhaps he didn't even die in Suisun?

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  • marioApril 16, 2014 - 9:38 am

    It was at 11pm n i heard the shots from i live. Its usually very nice

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  • SteveApril 16, 2014 - 9:42 am

    Daily Republic continuously writes incorrect info! For example the victim wasn't 33. Check your facts Daily Republic

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  • Rich GiddensApril 16, 2014 - 7:08 am

    I'm sure Sewer Soon City's burgeoning oversupply of no-gooders are all lined up calling the porker thugs with tips on which one of them killed the other no-gooder.

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  • omydarling21April 16, 2014 - 8:59 am

    Daily republic ALWAYS gets the time wrong

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  • Rich GiddensApril 16, 2014 - 10:07 pm

    But does this mean that the killing will be omitted from the daily police blotter along with rapes and robberies? After all, rape is just about sex, robbery is just about money and senseless killings are "just a misunderstanding"......

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  • JustlistenApril 16, 2014 - 11:54 pm

    11pm or 11am really doesn't matter at this point. It's amazing what you all nitpick at ... someone was murdered folks.

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  • PApril 17, 2014 - 2:36 am

    he was 24 not 33!!

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  • someoneApril 20, 2014 - 10:12 am

    It was 11pm and that is his name. I know the family. I thought he was 23 but he might be 24.

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