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Shankar Hangud Bio

Shankar Hangud Bio

Shankar Nagaappa Hangud is identified as California quadruple homicide suspect. He accused the murder four members of his family after he reached the police station with one adult dead body in his Vehicle.

Shankar Nagaappa Hangud Age

He is 53 years old.

Shankar Nagaappa Hangud  Killed Four Family Members

Shankar Nagaappa Hangud, 53, was arrested Monday after he turned himself in to Mt. Shasta police and told investigators that he had killed the man in his car, Roseville Police Capt. Josh Simon said.

Police said he also confessed to killing three other people at his apartment in Roseville, about 212 miles south of Mt. Shasta. Hangud is facing four murder charges, Simon said. He is in custody in Placer County.

Officers found the bodies of an adult and two juveniles Monday at Hangud’s Roseville apartment after Mt. Shasta police told them of Hangud’s statement, Simon said.

Hangud left his home in Roseville last week with the relative found in his car, and they traveled to numerous places in Northern California and ended up in Mt. Shasta, Simon said. It appeared the victims were killed over a few days, though detectives were still trying to piece together when they died, Simon said.

“We’re still working to put that timeline together,” he said. ”We can confirm the victim he had in his vehicle in Mt. Shasta was an adult male of East Indian descent.”

Shankar Nagaappa Hangud LinkedIn

Tax records showed that Hangud faced an IRS tax lien of $178,00. His only prior interaction with law enforcement in Placer County was for speeding in 2016, the Sacramento Bee reported. Hangud’s LinkedIn profile shows he is a data specialist and had worked for several companies in Sacramento and the Bay Area.

Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Police identified California quadruple homicide suspect as Shankar Hangud, 53 
  • Hangud drove more than 200 miles from Roseville to Mt Shasta, California, Monday with a body in his car to turn himself in to police
  • Cops say Hangud admitted to killing the man in his car and three other people at his home in Roseville, among them two juveniles