Half Moon Bay, Calif., shooting: Suspect reportedly confesses to media, saying he was not in his right mind

On the morning of April 22nd, a shooting occurred in Half Moon Bay, California, leaving two people injured. The suspect, identified as a 26-year-old man, was arrested shortly after the incident and taken into custody by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.

According to reports, the suspect confessed to a local media outlet, claiming that he was not in his right mind when the shooting took place. In his statement, he said that he had been suffering from mental health issues for some time and was not thinking clearly when the incident occurred. He went on to say that he deeply regretted his actions and wished he could take them back.

The victims of the shooting were both taken to a nearby hospital for treatment and are expected to make a full recovery. The suspect has been charged with attempted murder and is currently being held in jail pending further investigation.

Local authorities have not yet released any additional information about the incident, including a possible motive for the shooting. However, they have confirmed that the suspect was known to police and had a history of mental health issues.

This tragedy has left the community of Half Moon Bay shaken and in shock. Residents are still trying to come to terms with what happened and are calling for more support and resources to be made available to those suffering from mental illness.

In the wake of this tragedy, it is important to remember that mental health issues should not be taken lightly and should be addressed as soon as possible. If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health issues, please seek help and support.