A California man accused of fatally shooting a Sacramento librarian was charged with murder Friday, the Sacramento Bee reported.
Ronald Seay, 56, was arrested Wednesday in the death of Amber Clark, 41, who was sitting in her car Tuesday night when she was killed in the parking lot of the North Natomas Public Library, KCRA reported.
Detectives said they believe Clark was targeted and are investigating the motive for the shooting, department spokesman Sgt. Vance Chandler told the Bee.
Seay was arrested Wednesday at 5:30 a.m. in Natomas after a slow-speed vehicle chase, Chandler told the newspaper.
According to police, Clark was sitting in her car when Seay, who was wearing a mask, allegedly shot her in the face and head, KCRA reported.
Chandler said multiple weapons were recovered during the investigation of Seay, but he could not confirm whether the weapon used to kill Clark had been recovered, the Bee reported.
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