A man was killed and another wounded in one of two shootings in Fairfield on Tuesday, police said.Police received numerous calls reporting gunfire near El Dorado Court at about 9:10 p.m. Officers arrived to find 19-year-old Kevin Domino, a Suisun City resident, suffering from several gunshot wounds on the front porch of a home. Domino was taken to NorthBay Medical Center where he later died.A short time later, police learned of a second shooting victim a few blocks away, near Pacific Avenue and North Texas Street. The victim, a 25-year-old Fairfield man, had apparently made his way there after being wounded in the shooting on El Dorado Court, police said.That victim was taken to John Muir Medical Center where he was treated and released.The gunmen were described as men in their early 20s wearing dark clothing. Police said the witnesses and victims in this case and other recent shootings are providing few details on the shooters.A separate shooting occurred earlier Tuesday in the 1900 block of Grande Circle. In that shooting, reported shortly after 3:30 p.m., 911 callers told police they heard shots and saw two or three men running away. Arriving officers chased one of the suspects and arrested him in the backyard of a home on Manor Place. The suspect, 23-year-old Michael Brabec of Fairfield, did not have a gun but was carrying a pistol magazine with ammunition similar to what was found at the scene of the shooting, police said.Nobody one was hurt in the shooting, but two cars were damaged.
Tuesday’s shootings came on the heels of another shooting Monday in which a man was shot in the leg on El Verano Court, around the corner from where Domino was killed, police spokesman Cleo Mayoral said.Investigators have preliminary evidence suggesting the shootings may be drug-related. However, Mayoral said this morning that the investigation is ongoing and nothing has been confirmed. Brabec was booked into Solano County jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and probation violation.Anyone with information on any of the shootings is asked to call Fairfield police at (707) 428-7300.
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