The Susanville Police Department makes progress as it investigates two Sunday shooting incidents.
Frontier Inn shooting
According to a statement from the SPD, Corey Jay Cutler, 29, of Susanville, a person of interest in the Sunday, July 23 shooting at the Frontier Inn was arrested in Sparks, Nevada, Monday, July 24. At the time of his arrest, Cutler was in possession of items possibly associated with the shooting.
According to the statement, the Sparks Police Department, Reno Police Department, Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, Lassen County District Attorney’s Office and Lassen County Probation Department assisted in the investigation.
A Postrelease Community Supervision warrant was obtained Cutler’s arrest. PRCS is a form of supervision provided to an inmate who has been released from a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation institution to the jurisdiction of a county agency, pursuant to the Postrelease Community Supervision Act of 2011.
Arrangements are being made for his extradition back to Lassen County.
The victim remains in stable but critical condition at an undisclosed medical facility.
Burger King shooting
A person of interest also has been identified in the shooting incident near Burger King and Mazatlán Grill.
A Ramey Warrant was issued for Patrick Joseph McIntire, 36, of Susanville. The vehicle being driven by Mr. McIntire has been located and processed for evidence. A Ramey Warrant is issued prior to the filing of criminal charges. Typically, a Ramey Warrant is obtained by law enforcement in order to detain and interview a suspect in the hopes of obtaining incriminating statements or evidence from the suspect.
His current whereabouts are unknown as the investigation continues. Anyone with information on McIntire’s location is encouraged to call the SPD at (530) 257-5605 or email Detective Warner at email@example.com.
Do not approach Mr. McIntire; he is considered armed and dangerous.