Shooting near Proof bar doesn’t mean downtown Santa Ana isn’t safe

Jeffery Lee Chung, 23, of Irvine was shot and killed by a robber, in a parking structure nearby a bar called Proof, in downtown Santa Ana, this morning at about 1:30 am, according to ABC News.  Chung’s friend ran off.  Chung was shot when he resisted the robbers, who got away.

While ABC News is calling this a setback for Santa Ana, I am calling it a random act of violence.

Murder happens.  In fact, an 81-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder for allegedly beating to death his 94-year-old roommate at a Laguna Hills nursing home, authorities said Saturday, according to the L.A. Times.  This happened at 11:20 pm on Friday.

I am still going to tonight’s Santa Ana Artist Village Art Walk with my wife and daughter.  And we are going to the Dia de los Muertos exhibit at Calacas too.

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