A judge has approved a second gang injunction in Oakland—this one in the city’s Fruitvale neighborhood.
A bloody fistfight broke out among rival gang members at Richmond City Hall on Friday, according to police.
The seventh defendant was acquitted of all charges, which stemmed from a string of violence in San Francisco’s Mission District in 2008.
Federal, state and local agencies gathered in East Palo Alto on Wednesday to discuss strategies for putting an end to gang violence in the city.
Not only are state prison officials getting ready to move thousands of inmates to county jails in a cost cutting move, but they’ve also reduced the number of gang members on GPS monitoring.
A lawyer for reputed Norteño gang members in Oakland’s Fruitvale District Wednesday turned the tables on city officials who are suing his clients by saying he wants an injunction against police officers who he alleges are harassing them.
Police officers in South San Francisco recovered two loaded guns after a group of purported gang members evaded the officers Wednesday night, police said.
Oakland City Attorney John Russo’s bid to get an injunction against alleged members of the Norteños gang hit a speed bump Friday when a judge delayed making a ruling on a key procedural issue in the case until Feb. 3.
OAKLAND, Calif. (KCBS)_ Some alleged gang members are now being tracked with GPS devices. That’s an outgrowth of efforts to track other types of high-risk offenders with the technology.