Violence in Modoc CountyLoading
  • Indian Headquarters Shooting
    Modoc County Sheriff and Coroner Mike Poindexter ducks under crime scene tape Friday outside the tribal headquarters of the Cedarville Rancheria in Alturas, where local media reports quote police saying a former tribal leader allegedly killed four people and wounded two others in a gun and knife attack Thursday during an eviction hearing.
    Jeff Barnard | The Associated Press
  • Indian Headquarters Shooting
    An unidentified California Highway Patrolman leaves the home of former Cedarville Rancheria chairwoman Cherie Lash Rhoades on Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 in Cedarville, Calif., where police served a search warrant. Rhoades is being held on suspicion she killed four people and wounded two others at a tribal meeting in Alturas, Calif., held to consider her eviction. (AP Photo/ Jeff Barnard)
    Jeff Barnard | AP
  • Indian Headquarters Shooting
    A dog walks out to confront a stranger Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 at the home of Cherie Lash Rhoades on the Cedarville Rancheria in Cedarville, Calif. Rhoads is being held on suspcion that she opened fire at a tribal meeting Thursday in Alturas, Calif., to evict her from this house, killing four and wounding two in a gun and knife attack. The rancheria is made up of nine homes on the outskirts of Cedarville, a town of about 1,500 in the high desert of northeastern California. (AP Photo/ Jeff Barnard)
    Jeff Barnard | AP
  • Indian Headquarters Shooting
    A customer gases up Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 at the Rabbit Traxx gas station and convenience store owned by the Cedarville Rancheria in Cedarville, Calif. Cherie Lash Rhoades, a former chairman of the rancheria, worked at the convenience store. She is being held on suspicion of killing four people and wounding two others in a gun and knife attack during a meeting to evict her from tribal housing. (AP Photo/ Jeff Barnard)
    Jeff Barnard | AP
  • Indian Headquarters Shooting
    This Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014 photo released by Alturas Police Department shows Cherie Lash Rhoades. Rhoades, suspected of killing four people at the headquarters of an Indian tribe that was evicting her and her son from its land, had been under federal investigation over at least $50,000 in missing funds, a person familiar with the tribe's situation told The Associated Press on Friday. (AP Photo/ Alturas Police Department)
    Uncredited | AP
  • Indian Headquarters Shooting
    This 2007 photo released by Michael Stubblefield, Stubblefield poses for a photo with his sister, Shelia Russo, in New York state. Police say Russo, 47, an administrator for the Cedarville Rancheria Indian tribe, was one of four people killed when Cherie Lash Rhoades opened fire at the tribe's headquarters building in the rural northeastern California community of Alturas on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014. Also killed were Rhoades' brother, Rurik Davis, 50; her niece, Angel Penn, 19; and her nephew, Glenn Calonicco, 30. (AP Photo/ Courtesy of Michael Stubblefield)
    Uncredited | AP
  • Indian Headquarters Shooting
    Police leave the home of a former leader of the Cedarville Rancheria in Cedarville, Calif., on Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 after serving a search warrant. Cherie Lash Rhoades is being held on suspicion she killed four people and wounded two others at a tribal meeting to consider her eviction. (AP Photo/ Jeff Barnard)
    Jeff Barnard | AP
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