Man sporting Trump masks, Santa Claus hat and beard, shoots brother-in-law, police…

A person sporting a Santa Claus beard and hat and President Donald Trump masks shot his brother-in-law twice in California on Saturday, authorities stated.

The sufferer was hospitalized with critical however non-life-threatening accidents following the morning assault in Rohnert Park, California, the Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety stated in an announcement.

Gerald Jacinth, 75, of Las Vegas, was arrested on suspicion of tried homicide. He was sporting the obvious disguise when he parked throughout the road from his brother-in-law’s dwelling and approached handy him a bundle, division officers stated.

“He had parked his black Dodge car across the street from the victim’s house wearing an over the head mask resembling Donald Trump, white long curly beard and a Santa hat as he made his way up the driveway,” the Rohnert Park authorities stated.

The 77-year-old sufferer, whose title was not launched by police, met Jacinth outdoors however didn’t acknowledge him, police stated. He wouldn’t take the bundle, which the suspect stated was a “special delivery,” and Jacinth raised a duffle bag he was carrying and opened fireplace, the division stated.

It was unclear whether or not the sufferer, who was struck twice, was shot by means of the bag.

“Even though the victim was suffering from two gunshot wounds,” police stated, “he was still able to take a photo of Jacinth getting into his vehicle as he was fleeing.”

The sufferer’s spouse dialed 911, and officers had been within the space inside one minute, public security officers stated. Jacinth was driving close by when he was cornered by authorities and surrendered, they stated.

“While searching the vehicle, the officers found a .380 handgun in a duffle bag,” the division stated. They additionally discovered the masks beard, police stated.

A field within the sufferer’s driveway — it wasn’t clear if it was the bundle — was deemed suspicious, and a Sonoma County ordnance disposal workforce responded and finally decided a towel was inside.

Image: Dennis RomeroDennis Romero

Dennis Romero writes for NBC News and is predicated in Los Angeles.

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