Double homicide in Vacaville

Double homicide in Vacaville

There are 692 comments on the The Reporter story from Nov 16, 2010, titled Double homicide in Vacaville. In it, The Reporter reports that:

Vacaville police are investigating a double homicide that occurred early this morning.

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hmm

Casper, WY

#1 Nov 16, 2010
tell me again how nice it is to live in vacaville

Since: Jun 08

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#2 Nov 16, 2010
hmm wrote:
tell me again how nice it is to live in vacaville
Yeah, because VV is the ONLY place in the country that this has EVER happened.
Laura

Poway, CA

#3 Nov 16, 2010
It's a horrible place...if you live here...you should move...if you don't live here...you should never visit.
hmm wrote:
tell me again how nice it is to live in vacaville
Dave

Vacaville, CA

#4 Nov 16, 2010
EX VV wrote:
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Yeah, because VV is the ONLY place in the country that this has EVER happened.
Well, yeah, with the perp walking into the police station right after. He probably only broke the windows because no one would pay any attention to him that time of night.
Wilson

Davis, CA

#5 Nov 16, 2010
Laura wrote:
It's a horrible place...if you live here...you should move...if you don't live here...you should never visit.
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What are you still doing here?
concerned citizen

Palo Alto, CA

#6 Nov 16, 2010
Dave wrote:
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Well, yeah, with the perp walking into the police station right after. He probably only broke the windows because no one would pay any attention to him that time of night.
at 2am walking into the lobby of the police dept, which by the way at that time of night should be locked, and armed with a gun and high on drugs and you think he wanted someone to help him. give it a rest buddy, he went there with the intent to shot and kill a cop or a police dispatcher. I hope the sob dies
Karen

United States

#10 Nov 16, 2010
STOP! People (kids) have lost their lives and families are now devastated. No one should be saying anything bad at all. This was a terrible incident and Vacaville will come together as a community and be there for these families.
youareidiots

Pompano Beach, FL

#11 Nov 16, 2010
no reports have mentioned drugs being involved. Chuck, that rumor you heard is completely MORONIC! I know 2 of the 3 victims. the victims AND suspects were all friends, also. Richard Perez, 19, and Cameron Silva were both shot in the head and dead at the scene.. Sarah (Cameron's girlfriend) was shot in the face and found on the front porch. Ya, sounds like a threesome was going on with WHO'S wife? & they all must have been on drugs? All of you have a very sad, poor perception of other humans. Each of you who post, assuming that the victims were the scum of vacaville should be ashamed of yourselves. Let's not jump to conclusions and paint this murder to be a bunch of junkies that deserved this. These people were GOOD people, with good hearts. Let's let the police department and investigations figure out what really went down and WHY. All you wannabe sherlock holmes need to stick to your day job cuz you OBVIOUSLY suck at putting together FACTS.
VVV

Vacaville, CA

#12 Nov 16, 2010
The rumor is wayyy off! The girl was the GF of one of the guys killed.
old dog now marine

United States

#14 Nov 16, 2010
Rest in piece Cameron Silva and his friend Richard you were one of the greatest guys I've ever met...every time I see a shooting star ill be thinking that's You kicking stars like you kicked rugby balls
gemmy

Pompano Beach, FL

#15 Nov 16, 2010
update via KCRA 3.

The two men that were killed, Richard Perez and Cameron Silva. The woman, Sarah Jane, was shot in the face, and is expected to live. The suspect is Richard R. Calkins, 18.

Please pray for friends and family of the deceased and for a full recovery for Sarah. This is such a travesty!

Let's all hope that Vacaville PD steps their game up and that justice will be served!
Jen

Mt Meadows Area, CA

#16 Nov 16, 2010
youareidiots wrote:
no reports have mentioned drugs being involved. Chuck, that rumor you heard is completely MORONIC! I know 2 of the 3 victims. the victims AND suspects were all friends, also. Richard Perez, 19, and Cameron Silva were both shot in the head and dead at the scene.. Sarah (Cameron's girlfriend) was shot in the face and found on the front porch. Ya, sounds like a threesome was going on with WHO'S wife? & they all must have been on drugs? All of you have a very sad, poor perception of other humans. Each of you who post, assuming that the victims were the scum of vacaville should be ashamed of yourselves. Let's not jump to conclusions and paint this murder to be a bunch of junkies that deserved this. These people were GOOD people, with good hearts. Let's let the police department and investigations figure out what really went down and WHY. All you wannabe sherlock holmes need to stick to your day job cuz you OBVIOUSLY suck at putting together FACTS.
I'm sorry but let's use our common sense here. It's very easy to speculate considering MOST LIKELY it wasn't some random home invasion that left 2 men dead from gunshot wounds. I mean, come on. They PROBABLY weren't hanging with the right crowd. Did they deserve to be killed? Probably not, however unless you were there "YOUAREIDIOTS" you can't say anything either.
Jen

Mt Meadows Area, CA

#17 Nov 16, 2010
Laura wrote:
It's a horrible place...if you live here...you should move...if you don't live here...you should never visit.
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Laura, I think that if you dislike Vacaville so much, you should probably remove yourself from such a horrible place. If you don't live here, then you have no room to talk. I've lived in Vacaville my entire life, and I love this town. It's pretty and it sure isn't some Oakland. Crime happens EVERYWHERE, some places more than others. I wouldn't call it a tourist attraction so I'm not sure why someone would visit unless they were visiting family but I plan on settling down here in the future and enjoying it.:-)
Vicky

Vacaville, CA

#18 Nov 16, 2010
Vacaville is not a safe place at all. Even the Police Department now falls victim to breaking and entering and who knows what else it this killer's gun would have worked. A lot more police need to be hired to protect people in Vacaville.

The Police Department needs to get rid of all their glass doors/windows and make these areas out of concrete/steel doors. Their vehicles need to also be proected in an enclosed concrete/steel garage.

No one is safe in Vacaville.
getoverit

San Francisco, CA

#19 Nov 16, 2010
Vicky wrote:
Vacaville is not a safe place at all. Even the Police Department now falls victim to breaking and entering and who knows what else it this killer's gun would have worked. A lot more police need to be hired to protect people in Vacaville.
The Police Department needs to get rid of all their glass doors/windows and make these areas out of concrete/steel doors. Their vehicles need to also be proected in an enclosed concrete/steel garage.
No one is safe in Vacaville.
Get a life Vicky,nobody is safe anywhere!!!
Hope Floats

United States

#20 Nov 16, 2010
Well at least the killer turned himself in.
Wilson

Davis, CA

#22 Nov 16, 2010
Vicky wrote:
Vacaville is not a safe place at all. Even the Police Department now falls victim to breaking and entering and who knows what else it this killer's gun would have worked. A lot more police need to be hired to protect people in Vacaville.
The Police Department needs to get rid of all their glass doors/windows and make these areas out of concrete/steel doors. Their vehicles need to also be proected in an enclosed concrete/steel garage.
No one is safe in Vacaville.
Bye Bye then.
Aspen

AOL

#23 Nov 16, 2010
Vacaville is as safe as any city around here with a population of 100,000.
This incident is likely to have been the result of a feud between the involved parties.

Since: Oct 08

Vacaville, CA

#24 Nov 16, 2010
youareidiots wrote:
These people were GOOD people, with good hearts..
Good people with good hearts, huh ? Right !

Since: Oct 08

Vacaville, CA

#25 Nov 16, 2010
Karen wrote:
STOP! People (kids) have lost their lives and families are now devastated. No one should be saying anything bad at all. This was a terrible incident and Vacaville will come together as a community and be there for these families.
Stop referring to these people as kids. They are all over the age of 18. They are adults, and I'm willing to bet a year's salary that drugs were involved.

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