OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A judge Thursday sentenced career criminal Randy Alana to 131 years to life in state prison for brutally strangling his girlfriend, federal public defender investigator Sandra Coke, in Oakland two years […]
The Oakland Police department says it will put up billboards and posters with the faces of homicide victims across the city as part of an initiative to solve cold cases.
Speaking at a news conference in Oakland’s Fruitvale district near the spot where 18-year-old Ayana Dominguez was fatally shot last July 10, Lt. Roland Holmgren said police will begin putting up posters throughout the city on a regular basis seeking the public’s help in solving cold case murders.
12 of the 23 people killed in San Francisco in 2015 have been African American.
A 77-year-old woman died Friday after suffering life-threatening injuries earlier this month when a person struck her in the head multiple times as she got off a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus, police said Friday.
An alleged drunk driver was charged with two counts of murder Thursday for the deaths of a mother and her baby in a crash in Livermore earlier this month.
An Alameda County Superior Court jury has found career criminal Randy Alana guilty of killing his girlfriend in Oakland in 2013.
Police threw Harris Rosenbloom in jail after he called 911 Sunday and said his friend was unconscious inside the Great Star Theater in Chinatown. Kelsey Fourdyce was, in fact, dead. But late Tuesday afternoon, prosecutors announced Rosenbloom, the theater owner, will not face charges.
Drug Dealer Who Killed Man Outside Oakland KFC Restaurant Released From Jail After Less Than 3 Years
A convicted drug dealer was released from jail Thursday after serving less than three years for killing a man at a KFC restaurant in August 2012.
Prosecutors Tuesday filed first-degree murder charges against a teen accused of fatally stabbing a 9-year-old boy in Discovery Bay on Sunday morning, according to the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office.