GILROY (AP) — Gilroy police say they have identified an additional person who suffered a gunshot wound during a deadly shooting at the city’s famous annual garlic festival last month, bringing the total number of injured to 20.
Authorities say a 58-year-old man sustained a graze wound to his head that required stitches. The man’s injuries bring the total number of people shot during the July 28 shooting to 17. An additional three people_including two children_were shot and killed when Santino William Legan opened fire. Legan killed himself at the festival.READ MORE: Family: Woman Fatally Shot By 15-Year-Old Brother In East San Jose
Gilroy police tweeted out the announcement Thursday afternoon.
An additional gunshot victim from the Garlic Festival incident was identified. The adult male victim sustained a grazing wound to his head that required stitches. This brings the total number of people struck by gunfire to 20, which includes the 3 victims who lost their lives.
— Gilroy Police (@GilroyPD) August 29, 2019READ MORE: VTA Light Rail Set To Resume Full Operations For First Time Since Massacre
Officials say they believe all of the gunshot wound victims have now been identified. It was not immediately clear what led them to the latest victim.
Authorities said they found a passport, clown mask, wilderness survival guide and bottle rockets in the gunman Legan’s parked Honda Accord. Investigators also searched his family’s home in Gilroy, California, as well as his apartment in a remote area of Nevada.MORE NEWS: Shooting Outside Caldecott Tunnel Closes Right Bore on Eastbound Highway 24
The FBI has opened a domestic terrorism case. Although authorities found a “target list” containing religious institutions, courthouses and other sites, they say they have not determined Legan’s motive.