When Rajan Gill, at right, first heard about the July 25 murder of Simranjit Singh at a south Sacramento gas station, the Yuba City teacher thought immediately to a spring day six years ago when two men from the Sikh religion were gunned down in Elk Grove. Gill is pictured with his grandparents Jagtar Gill and Gurmeet Gill and cousin Ahrmani Gill at a Yuba City peach orchard they own.
When Rajan Gill, at right, first heard about the July 25 murder of Simranjit Singh at a south Sacramento gas station, the Yuba City teacher thought immediately to a spring day six years ago when two men from the Sikh religion were gunned down in Elk Grove. Gill is pictured with his grandparents Jagtar Gill and Gurmeet Gill and cousin Ahrmani Gill at a Yuba City peach orchard they own. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
When Rajan Gill, at right, first heard about the July 25 murder of Simranjit Singh at a south Sacramento gas station, the Yuba City teacher thought immediately to a spring day six years ago when two men from the Sikh religion were gunned down in Elk Grove. Gill is pictured with his grandparents Jagtar Gill and Gurmeet Gill and cousin Ahrmani Gill at a Yuba City peach orchard they own. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
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Slaying of Sikh gas station employee shocks community accustomed to tragedy

August 10, 2017 01:18 PM