Two of the three victims of the deadly Fresno shooting spree Tuesday, April 18, 2017. From left, Mark Gassett, 37, of Fresno, and Zachary Randalls, 34, of Clovis. Not pictured: David Martin Jackson, 58, of Fresno.
Two of the three victims of the deadly Fresno shooting spree Tuesday, April 18, 2017. From left, Mark Gassett, 37, of Fresno, and Zachary Randalls, 34, of Clovis. Not pictured: David Martin Jackson, 58, of Fresno. GOFUNDME, FACEBOOK
Two of the three victims of the deadly Fresno shooting spree Tuesday, April 18, 2017. From left, Mark Gassett, 37, of Fresno, and Zachary Randalls, 34, of Clovis. Not pictured: David Martin Jackson, 58, of Fresno. GOFUNDME, FACEBOOK

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