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The excitement has been building all weekend.
The two break-in sites are 11 miles apart. Authorities have not yet said if the break-ins are connected.
All 17 tenants,12 adults and 5 children, in the apartment complex were able to escape without any injuries.
Officers say someone was killed just before 4 a.m. at Larkin and O’Farrell Streets.
The confrontation happened at about 7:15 a.m. at Quimby Road, near Capitol Expressway.
Neighbors reported hearing gun shots just after midnight on Hargus Avenue, near East Orchard Avenue, northwest from Skyview Memorial Lawn.
The SWAT team went to his door, believing he may be armed, police said, and eventually he surrendered.
Fire chief Bill Tyler said firefighters had to sift through a lot of her belongings to get the fire under contro.
These two situations are separate but could be connected – investigators are still trying to piece it together.