Gunman kills one, injures others at San Diego pool party

Witnesses say the man fired on a birthday pool party as he sat in a deck chair.

After shooting two people, Selis called his ex-girlfriend and said what he'd done and that police were there and then continued firing.

"Selis told his ex-girlfriend that he had just shot two people and that police had arrived on the scene".

The suspect continues to fire his weapon and point his gun at officers, she said.

Authorities are investigating the motive for the shooting. Several of the others were listed in critical condition Sunday night, police said. It wasn't clear if he knew any of his victims, KFMB says.

Partygoer Drew Phillips told the Union-Tribune that shortly before the 6 p.m. shooting, a friend who was celebrating his birthday had approached Selis and offered him food and drink, which he declined.

A police helicopter arrived at the scene first and the pilot reported seeing multiple victims and that the suspect, Peter Selis, was still in the pool area and appeared to be reloading.

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"The victims were targeted for no reason other than their mere presence", Zimmerman said.

Selis lived at the complex located on Judicial Drive, north of Nobel Drive and south of Miramar Road and west of Interstate 805. The man gunned downed was the suspect, and officers have said there is no further threat to nearby residents. His 8-year-old granddaughter told him the man was sitting and drinking a beer and "relaxing and shooting".

According to reports by Fox 5 San Diego, four women and three men were shot.

According to San Diego court records, there was a legal separation with minor children in the marriage between Peter Selis and his wife, Michelle Selis, that dates to 2008. Records obtained by the Los Angeles Times show that Selis filed for bankruptcy in 2015, and listed his occupation as a vehicle mechanic in the filing papers.

"This was truly a horrific act of violence that took place here today", Mayor Kevin Faulconer said at the news conference. Seven people were hit by gunfire during the incident.

In a span of about 30 minutes, apartment residents heard rounds of gunfire, sirens and screams of those near the main pool, said resident Susan Berry, who was at the property but did not witness the shooting.

According to U.S. media, Selis filed for bankruptcy in 2015.