We previously documented the 64 worst mass killings of 2021.
Our final report on 2022 will be done shortly.
Twelve killed, nine injured in CA:
On January 21st, twenty-one people were shot in Monterey, California. Twelve people, mostly older Asian victims, were killed. The shooter was Huu Can Tran, aged 72. A Chinese New Year’s celebration was going on at the time.
Seven killed, one injured in CA:
On January 23rd, eight people were shot in two locations in Half Moon Bay, California. The suspect if Zhao Chunli, aged 67.
Seven killed in UT:
On January 4th, Michael Orwin Haight, 42, massacred seven family members in Enoch, UT. The victims include four minors. His wife had recently filed for divorce. He committed suicide afterwards.
Six killed in CA:
Six members of a family were killed in a home in Goshen, California on January 16th. Police are blaming the attack on a Mexican drug cartel.
Four killed, one injured in OH:
On January 13th, Martin Muniz, 41, allegedly shot five people in a Cleveland, Ohio. Four of them were killed. An eight year old child survived. The victims include the suspect’s father, sister, and nephew.
Four killed in NC:
On January 7th, Robert J Crayton Jr, 45, massacred four members of his family in High Point, NC. Three of the victims appear to be his children. He committed suicide afterwards.
Three killed, four injured in CA:
On January 28th, seven people were shot at a short term rental in Beverly Hills, CA. Three Black females were killed.
Three killed, two injured in TX:
On January 6th, five people were shot in a parking lot in Dallas, Texas. The suspect is Evin Geovanny Mata-Guzman. aged 25.
Three killed, one injured in NC:
On January 24th, four people were shot in Red Springs, NC. Three victims died. The suspect is Corey Grant Leak, a convicted murderer who was on parole.