Sac Police: Arrest Made In Land Park Quadruple Murder Case

Sacramento police say that early on Friday morning 56-year-old Salvador Vasquez-Oliva of Sacramento was arrested on homicide-related charges for the killing of four people at a home in the 1100 block of 35th Avenue.  Vasquez-Oliva  was booked into the Sacramento County Jail where he remains in custody.

56-year-old Salvador Vasquez-Oliva of Sacramento, photo courtesy of Sacramento Police Dept

Police officers making a welfare check at the South Land Park home on Thursday made the gruesome discovery of the four victims, including two children, their mother, and a relative identified as a niece of the dead woman.  Names and ages of the victims have not been released as yet, and the investigation at the home was continuing on Friday morning.

KCRA 3 has reported that Vasquez-Oliva was the husband, father and uncle of the murder victims.

The exact cause or causes of the deaths has not been revealed by investigators.

A police spokesman in a written statement said investigators spent a long day on Thursday conducting follow-up in two different Bay Area cities before arresting Vasquez-Oliva. 


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