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Topic - Shareef Allman
Authorities say three Northern California sheriff's deputies fatally shot a man believed to be the suspect in a deadly quarry shooting.
Authorities went door to door with guns drawn Wednesday in search of a disgruntled employee they say opened fire at a Northern California limestone quarry, killing three and injuring six before wounding another woman in an attempted carjacking.
The Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth, who was bombed, beaten and repeatedly arrested in the fight for civil rights and hailed by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. for his courage and energy, has died. He was 89.
The shootings rattled those who know Allman, said Paulette Conner, a neighbor in his San Jose apartment complex.
"I hope what he gave all of us we take out to our community and use it to better ourselves and our community," Allman said about Hawkins during the interview.