China News Agency, San Francisco, April 5. Sacramento, the capital of California, said on the 5th local time that the second suspect in the mass shooting incident that occurred in the city on the 3rd has been arrested.

  Local media KCRA quoted police as saying that the second suspect was identified as 27-year-old Smiley Martin, who was arrested on the 5th on charges of "possessing a firearm by a prohibited person".

The suspect was seriously injured in the shooting and is being treated at a nearby hospital.

After being discharged, he will be sent to a local jail.

  An anonymous law enforcement official told The Associated Press that hours before the shooting, the suspect posted a video of him brandishing a pistol on social media.

Authorities are trying to determine whether the weapon in the video was used in the shooting.

  On the 4th, the 26-year-old suspect Dendera Martin was arrested on charges of "assault with a lethal weapon" and is currently being held in the Sacramento County Jail without bail. His first court appearance is scheduled for the 5th.

Police said the two suspects were brothers.

U.S. District Attorney Anne-Marie Schubert said on the 4th that more arrests are expected.

  At about 2 a.m. on the 3rd, a shooting occurred in downtown Sacramento.

Police later recovered hundreds of pieces of evidence from the scene, including more than a hundred shell casings and a stolen pistol.

Police confirmed that multiple gunmen were involved in the incident.

  At least six people were killed and 12 injured in the shooting.

The ABC reported that on the 4th, the Sacramento County Coroner's Office confirmed the identities of the six deceased, who ranged in age from 21 to 57 years old.

  The Associated Press quoted the Sacramento Fire Department as saying four of the injured were in serious condition.

According to Tricia, a spokeswoman for the UC Davis Health System, as of the 4th, at least seven of the injured had been discharged from the hospital.

On the 5th, two people were still hospitalized at the UC Davis Medical Center, and Tricia did not disclose the condition of the injured.