One lifeless, three wounded whereas filming early Sunday morning in Oakland’s Uptown neighborhood – CBS San Francisco
OAKLAND (CBS SF) – A Stockton man was killed and three others injured in a shootout in Oakland’s Uptown District early Sunday.
Oakland Police told the East Bay Times that the shooting occurred at 2:15 a.m. on the 300th block on 17th Street between Franklin and Webster.
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The men had apparently been to clubs in the neighborhood and were standing outside when someone started shooting either from a vehicle or on foot.
Investigators were still trying to find out if the men were the shooter’s intended target or if it was just an accidental shot.
All four were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment. The 28-year-old died from his injuries. The other three men were reportedly in stable condition.
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The assassination was the 97th murder in Oakland that year. The city recorded a total of 109 homicides over the past year.
The victim’s identity was withheld until the next of kin were notified. No information was given about the alleged shooter.
It was the second murder that evening. Police said officers responded to reports of a shooting in the 2300 block of Legion Avenue in East Oakland at around 11:04 p.m.
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Investigators said a 30-year-old Oakland man was outside at a house party when someone opened fire in a passing vehicle and he was hit. He died on the scene and his name was not published.