Country Club Drive Shooting

At approximately 0236 hours, the Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding a shooting that just occurred at a residence in the 2600 block of Country Club Drive in Cameron Park. At the scene, deputies located 54 year-old David Klinker in the residence with a gunshot to the abdomen. Klinker received medical treatment at the scene and was transported to a hospital where he is in surgery. He is expected to survive.
Deputies learned the shooting stemmed from a domestic dispute between the married couple who live in the residence. Sometime during the event the wife called her father for help. Her father is David Klinker. After Klinker arrived, he was shot by the husband. The exact circumstances of how the shooting occurred are currently under investigation.
The husband was identified as 33 year-old Joseph Hinds. Hinds was not at the residence when deputies arrived. By 0435 hours, he was located at an uninvolved residence in El Dorado County and was taken into custody without incident. The handgun allegedly used in the shooting was also recovered.
About a half block of Country Club Drive in Cameron Park was closed this morning as detectives and crime scene investigators processed the area for evidence. No person’s outside of the immediate family were involved. Joseph Hinds is cooperating with detectives however is potentially facing criminal charges.
Lt. Tom Murdoch
If Joseph Hinds is booked into the jail, an update will be posted to include a booking photo.