A Roseville man who was the subject of a manhunt in Loomis this weekend turned himself in Monday.
Gerado Romiro, 43, was wanted on suspicion of shooting his wife in Roseville on Sunday. The Placer County Sheriff’s Department and Roseville police conducted a door-to-door search in Loomis on Sunday evening, saying they believed Romiro had fled to a friend’s home on Horseshoe Bar Road.
Authorities suspended the search late Sunday. About 1 p.m. Monday, Roseville police announced Romiro had turned himself in. Dee Dee Gunther, spokeswoman for the Roseville Police Department, said Romiro’s wife is expected to survive.
Alejandra Reyes-Velarde: 916-321-1005
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