Subject of Large Manhunt in Loomis Turns Himself In to Roseville Police

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ROSEVILLE -- A man suspected of shooting his wife Sunday in Roseville, triggering a large manhunt in the Loomis area, has turned himself in.

Gerardo Romero, turned himself in to the Roseville Police Department on Monday, the department said.

After he is interviewed, he will be booked into the Placer County Jail on suspicion of attempted homicide, according to police.


Police from several departments were involved in the manhunt for Romero, who is accused of attempted murder.

Officers responded Sunday to a domestic violence call at a home in the 500 block of Dudley Drive on Sunday afternoon. According to law enforcement, 43-year-old Romero shot his 43-year-old wife and fled the scene.

The woman was taken to the hospital where she had surgery for her injuries and is expected to be OK.

Romero fled to a home on Horseshoe Bar Drive, which was surrounded by law enforcement.

A large perimeter was set up at Horseshoe Bar and Val Verde Roads and Rancho Verde Lane and law enforcement searched door-to-door.

Officials were not able to locate Romero Sunday night and continued searching into Monday morning.

Romero turned himself into Roseville Police on Monday.

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