Published: Thu, October 05, 2017
Economy | By Melissa Porter

Former Chico business owner killed in Las Vegas mass shooting

Former Chico business owner killed in Las Vegas mass shooting

She is a student at the University of Nevada, Reno, and as the Chronicle reports, she called her parents at 11:45 tell them not to worry, but she had been shot in the back twice as she and her friends were running away from the gunfire. He couldn't find his wife'. A moment later, she said she felt a bullet hit her husband's back.

Al Etcheber told ABC7 that his brother pushed his wife under a steel barrier partition and thought she was safe while he helped others.

Vinnie Etcheber, who was off duty when the massacre at the Las Vegas outdoor concert began, urged his wife and their two friends to run while he stayed behind and assisted the wounded. Facebook photos show them with another couple, including Janice Hayes, at a restaurant in Las Vegas on Friday night. She did not have a cellphone with her and had given her identification card to her husband.

'I'm hoping maybe she did get hurt and is in a situation where she can't talk and she's in the hospital in a Jane Doe status and we're waiting to go in and identify her, ' the officer's brother, Al Etcheber, told The Mercury News.

"He could walk in a room and smile that infectious smile, and people just really felt that he cared for them", Melton said. "They have two great kids, involved in sports - football, volleyball soccer". Al along with members of the San Francisco Police Officer's Association drove to Las Vegas to help Vinnie look for Stacee who didn't have her cell phone or ID on her at the concert.

"She will be terribly missed", Halloran wrote in a release.

"With heavy hearts, the San Francisco Police Department today mourns the passing of Stacee Etcheber", San Francisco Police Chief William Scott said in a statement. Marquez-Greene's 6-year-old daughter was killed during the 2012 shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn.

Word of 58-year-old Denise Cohen's death came hours after the family of 50-year-old Stacee Rodrigues Etcheber was among those killed at the Route 91 Harvest Festival when a gunman opened fire on a crowd from the 32nd floor of the nearby Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Vo, 32, graduated from Independence High in 2003 and attended UC Davis, according to her LinkedIn page. She said Vo has been at the company at least three years.

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