Former Modesto Junior College Student Arrested in Two Sniper Shootings

Stephens, Angela
April 1999
Community College Week;04/19/99, Vol. 11 Issue 19, p12
Reports on the arrest of Anthony Beltran for shooting and wounding students at Modesto Junior College and California State University-Stanislaus. Charges made against Beltran; Educational background of Beltran; Possible motive in the attacks; How the separate incidents occurred.


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