An ax-wielding black man from Uptown Oakland with psychological well being issues was saved by not calling OPD

ONN – An uptown Oakland Ax swinging black man with mental health problems Life was saved by not calling OPD – Vlog from Zennie62 YouTube

An ax-wielding black man from Uptown Oakland with mental health problems was saved by not calling OPD

A man on NextDoor deserves a medal for what he’s done. Read what he posted:

This guy needs some maintenance.
So I heard a window of my dear neighbor’s car smashed on our block on 18th Street at around 2 p.m. yesterday and, not sure what to do, ran down my phone and walked around the corner behind him. I spoke to him across the street and asked why he was doing this and the owner was a really nice guy but he wasn’t interested in talking. He waved his ax and walked away. I’m not sure what to do after talking to my wife. I called OPD about ax swinging, but we both wished there was a different number to call. I learned that nothing was stolen from my friend’s car and he smashed another neighbor’s windshield without robbing anything so the guy is obviously having significant problems. I feel like I could have given him more care … I don’t know how … looking for tips. I have little confidence that OPD would provide him with the care and support I believe he needs and would like to know more neighborhood-oriented models for dealing with people like this.

Impressive. Thanks again to this Oakland resident in Uptown for his heroic decision without a phone call. It’s a shame we don’t have an alternative number to call yet. But if I’m wrong, please let me know. I’ll vlog it.

Stay tuned.

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