Kaihea and Hola arrested over Sacramento September shooting

Two people have been arrested in California in connection to the search for suspects accused of shooting at Sacramento City College in September.

Charlie Hola, 19, and Tevita Kaihea, 19, are facing murder charges for the shooting at the community college that killed one person, Sacramento Police reported today December 29.

Shortly after the incident three months ago Sacramento Police tweeted they were searching for a sole suspect, whom they identified as a “male Tongan, white shirt/beige cargo shorts, last seen fleeing (on) foot from the shooting.”

The duo  were also charged on attempted murder, discharge of a firearm with great bodily injury, participating in a criminal street gang and motor vehicle theft.

They were scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 31.

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