Suisun Man ID'd as Shooting Victim

Tryone Lacy died Wednesday night outside a bar near Travis Air Force Base.

By Bay City News Service

The Solano County coroner's office has identified the victim of a shooting outside a Fairfield bar Wednesday night as 29-year-old Tyrone Lacy of Suisun City.

Sheriff's Deputy Corey McLean said Lacy died at 9:55 p.m. at the scene of the shooting. He was shot in the head, according to police.

Fairfield police have not identified the other 31-year-old Fairfield man, who was shot in the head outside Perk's Place Bar and Grill at 666 Parker Road. He was taken to a local hospital and was last listed in stable condition, police said.

Officers responded to a call about a fight between two groups of men inside the bar around 8:45 p.m. As police responded, another caller said shots were fired outside the bar.

Police have not disclosed a reason for the fight or the relationship between the two groups of men.

It was Fairfield's seventh homicide this year.

Shear madness salon & beauty supply April 14, 2012 at 01:31 AM
It's a shame that people do not respect others and feel they need to resort to violence. I've lived here all my life and I am disgusted with the crime and lack of common curtesy and manners towards one another.
Shear madness salon & beauty supply April 14, 2012 at 01:33 AM
It IS nice to know that there are a lot of wonderful people still in this community that share the same morals and values.
David Ryan April 14, 2012 at 03:38 AM
That's something that it is often lost with these high profile killings and the current string of violence, that the majority of us are law-abiding, decent people. These murders may just be a blip or they may be a sign of the times, that remains to be seen.
DAVID CASEY April 14, 2012 at 08:18 AM
During the past 20 years I have lived here, we have had a very low crime rate, and murders were not happening. The crime rate here has gone up consederably. In the past few years, murders are on the increase. You used to feel safe living here, but lately, we have started to feel unsafe with the change in the community and those who have come here to commit crime. We need more police officers here like there was when Chief Ron Forsythe was in charge of the force. We had SCANNERS, the volunteer citizens on patrol on weekends then. That helped the police force so they could respond to more serious service calls. We need to have them back. We worked without pay for seven years and gave freely of our time. Former member of that volunteer group.
LeoLady April 14, 2012 at 06:36 PM
I've lived in Fairfield & Suisun all my life & its depressing to look back & think about how much safer I felt growing up here than I do now as an adult. What's even worse is that my kids.. 16 & 18, are already doing the same thing.


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