On Thursday, June 16, 2016 at about 5:30 p.m., Humboldt County Deputy Sheriffs responded to a shots fired call in the 2100 block of Chad Lane in Humboldt Hill area of Eureka. It was reported to Deputies three to six suspects fled the residence in a black SUV.
Upon arrival, Deputies contacted two male victims. Victim #1 was transported to a local hospital for minor injuries sustained from being assaulted by one of the suspects. Victim #2 had a graze wound on his arm from a bullet fired through his bedroom door. Victim #2 did not require medical attention. Victim #2 told deputies he heard someone shouting his name from another part of the residence and went to the closed bedroom door. Deputies were told the suspects attempted to force their way into the bedroom and fired a single shot into the door, grazing Victim #2’s arm. Victim #2 told the suspects he was calling the cops.
Victim #2 then exited the bedroom and saw suspect Brock Tuel assaulting Victim #1 on the floor. All three suspects then fled the residence in a black SUV. The victims told Deputies the suspects were looking for a specific person and had personal issues with the victims.
Suspect #1 was positively identified as 26 year old Fields Landing resident Brock Stan-Bono Tuel.
Suspect #2 was positively identified as 24 year old Eureka resident Colt Giovanni Tuel.
Both are wanted for attempted murder, burglary, and negligent discharge of a firearm.