NJ residents injured in deadly San Diego ‘ghost gun’ shooting

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SAN DIEGO — Four people who were wounded in a deadly San Diego “ghost gun” shooting are expected to recover but two remain hospitalized, police said.

On Monday, 68-year-old Steven Ely of San Diego and 27-year-old Vincent Gazzani of Perrineville, New Jersey, were in stable condition, officials said. Two of Gazzani’s friends from New Jersey were treated for arm wounds.

Authorities arrested Travis Sarreshteh on suspicion of murder and attempted murder for what they call an unprovoked attack Thursday in the Gaslamp Quarter. He is suspected of killing 28-year-old Justice Boldin, a valet at a hotel.

Authorities said Sarreshteh was found with a self-made, unregistered “ghost gun.”

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