Security Guard Accused Of Shooting Up Mall


By Paul Johnson

Santa Ana, California (CNN) - A security guard in California could face more than a 100 years in jail for allegedly shooting up a mall.
Prosecutors say Marcos Sarinana Gurrola fired more than 50 rounds in the parking lot of a Newport Beach shopping center.
No one was hurt by the gunfire.
The shooting took place just one day after the Connecticut massacre, creating panic among shoppers.
Gurrola is being held being held without bail.

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