Manuel Cesar Park, 46, of San Diego, is charged with murder in the killings of his mother and her 10-year-old son

The arrest of a suspect in a series of deadly shootings in California ‘stopped another killing,’ police say ‘He told me he had been threatened, and he had a gun,’ Cesar Park, 46, told police Officials identified this man as the San Diego County man suspected of shooting a woman in the head Wednesday in the parking lot of a Target store Investigators said the man, identified as 46-year-old Manuel Manuel, has a history of mental illness Manuel was in the parking lot of a Target store in San Diego’s North Park City area when he shot 29-year-old Christina Mann on Nov. 1, according to the San Diego Sheriff’s Department and county law enforcement. The following day, he also shot a 45-year-old woman in the head at a gas station at 1695 E. San Diego St. in San Diego’s San Diego City.

A man accused of killing his mother and her 10-year-old son then took them to an abandoned home and fatally shot them execution-style.

Manuel Cesar Park, 46, of San Diego, is charged in the shootings with first-degree murder and is being held in lieu of $1 million bail.

Prosecutors argued in the San Diego Superior Court that Park committed the crimes because he was a danger to himself and others. The motive for the killings had not been made public, and it was unclear whether Park was the shooter or his mother’s killer.

Park’s defense attorney, Steve Martindale, offered no comment on Park’s motive.

Park was arrested in Mexico on his return from a trip there.

Officials identified this man as the San Diego County man suspected of shooting a woman in the head Wednesday in the parking lot of a Target store.

Investigators said the man, identified as 46-year-old Manuel Manuel, has a history of mental illness.

Manuel was in the

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