Father and two sons shot in San Pablo

A father and two of his sons were injured in a Monday nightshooting in San Pablo, police said.

Officers responded to reports of shots fired in the 2800 block of 20th Street at 8:22 p.m. Arriving officers found three men suffering gunshot wounds in a home at the reported location, Sgt. Mike Von Millanich said.

The victims, Eddie Medrano Sr., 59, Eddie Medrano Jr., 28, and Christopher Medrano, 20, all of San Pablo, were taken to area hospitals with injuries that appeared to be non-life threatening. One man was treated and released and the other two victims are in serious but stable condition, according to Von Millanich.

Preliminary reports indicate the shots were fired from outside of the house into the residence, according to Von Millanich.

Von Millanich said that other family members who were in the home at the time of the shooting were not injured.

No arrests have been made and no suspect information was immediately available.

Anyone with information regarding the shooting is asked to call the San Pablo Police Department at (510) 215-3130.

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