Help sought after apparent drive by shooting in East Oakland, suspects now arrested
After being shot by police, 23-year-old man who claimed he had been robbed was found to be an employee of the city. (CBS SF) After being shot by police, 23-year-old man who claimed he had been robbed was found 텍사스 홀덤to be an employee of the city. (CBS SF) Photo: CBS SF
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A man who claimed that two men attacked him with a knife at gunpoint in East Oakland over the weekend and demanded money was found to be working for a city subcontractor, police said.
Joshua M. White Jr., 23, was shot with a beanbag shell in the 4100 block of South Jefferson Street about 7:30 a.m. Sunday as officers attempted to subdue him with a taser, according to Oakland police. Witnesses said White was walking with on예스 카지노e of the men when they pulled out a handgun, which was not pointed.
When one of the men threatened to shoot, White fired a.25 caliber shell from a short rifle, police said.
Officers arrested two men, including White, who they said are part of the contract work on the Oakland City Department, as well as a third man who said he was working for the city, in connection with the incident. Officers, meanwhile, arrested the first man, identified by police as Robert “Rob” Johnson, 29, who was taken into custody on suspicion of armed robbery.
White was taken to Alameda General Hospital where he was in serious but stable condition.