UPDATE: Arrest Made After Early Morning Shooting at California School Board Member’s Home


Rebeca Armendariz

As Cristina Laila reported earlier — Police are investigating a shooting at a Gilroy, California City Council member’s home that left one dead and three wounded.



1 Dead, 3 Hurt Following Shooting at Home Owned by Gilroy

Democrat Council member Rebeca Armendariz, who had a Halloween costume party

shooting happen early Saturday just before 1 a.m.

Two seriously injured

— Scotty Smooch MaGuire (@Smooch10046744) October 31, 2021

The shooting occurred early Saturday morning at a Halloween costume party where one person died at the scene and three others were rushed to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries.

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An arrest was made Sunday afternoon.

BREAKING: Arrest made in deadly shooting early Saturday morning that left one dead and three wounded at house of Gilroy city councilwoman Rebeca Armendariz. Police say Benjamin David Calderon, 19, of Gilroy, was jailed in connection with the shooting. More soon @mercnews

— Jakob Rodgers (@JakobRodgers) October 31, 2021

Police arrested 19-year-old Benjamin David Calderon.

#BREAKING An arrest has been made in connection with a fatal shooting that happened at a residence of a Gilroy City Councilmember yesterday. The SWAT team arrested 19 year old Benjamin David Calderon of Gilroy. @nbcbayarea The SWAT team arrested Benjamin David Calderon

— John Zuchelli (@tvzuke) October 31, 2021

The shooting was outside the home.

UPDATE: Benjamin David Calderon, 19, arrested on suspicion of murder in shooting outside home of @CityofGilroy Councilmember Rebeca Armendariz @beckadegilas that killed 1 & injured 3, per @GilroyPD. Victims range in age from 17 to 19

— Henry K. Lee (@henrykleeKTVU) October 31, 2021

Most of the people attending the party were teenagers.

CBS Local reported:

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