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Anthony John Graziano Wanted for Allegedly Killing Woman and Abducting Girl

Anthony John Graziano Wanted for Allegedly Killing Woman and Abducting Girl

ID #22-364

ID #22-364 Suspect Anthony Graziano and Victim Savanna Graziano

ID #22-364 Suspect Anthony Graziano and Victim Savanna Graziano

Girl abducted after father fatally shoots woman during a domestic dispute in Fontana.

City of Fontana Police Department Press Release

On Monday, September 26th, 2022, at approximately 07:30 am, Officers were dispatched to a shots fired call in the area of Cypress Avenue / Mallory Drive. Officers arrived and found an adult female suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. The female was transported to a local trauma center, where she was pronounced deceased.

During the incident, Cypress elementary school was temporarily placed on lockdown as a precaution.

This was a domestic violence incident. The suspect, 45-year-old Anthony John Graziano, is considered armed and dangerous. It is believed he is with his 15-year-old daughter Savanna Graziano.

Anthony is driving a White 2017 Nissan Frontier with California plates 44305G2. The Nissan has an overlanding rack over the bed of the truck. It also has a distinct “Pro-4X” “animal” sticker on the rear quarter panel.

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