Two men suspected in a robbery at Church's Chicken on Sept. 3 have been identified as persons of interest in the Sacramento City College shooting on the same day.
Police say when they arrived at the scene of the shooting they found three people with injuries. One shooting victim was fatally injured and pronounced dead at the scene. The second victim, identified as 19-year-old Charlie Hola suffered stab wounds and was transported to an area hospital. The third victim sustained a minor wound.
The shooting suspect fled the scene.
Initially, detectives identified Hola as an accomplice in a robbery at the Church's Chicken at 2980 Florin Road. The robbery happened just prior to the shooting at Sac City College.
After being treated for stab wounds at the scene of the campus shooting, he was booked into jail.
Tevita Kaihea, 19, was also identified in connection to the Chuch's Chicken robbery and taken into custody in mid-October.
Kaihea and Hola have been identified by investigators as persons of interest in the death of Roman Gonzalez.
The Sacramento Police Department is working in collaboration with the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office and the Sacramento County Crime Lab as they process important forensic evidence connected to the case.