Oakland School Massacre
The gunman accused of killing six students and an employee at Oikos University in Oakland targeted a school administrator other than the woman who ran the Christian college’s nursing program, said Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan.
Ellen Cervellon, director of the nursing program at Oikos University, wasn’t on campus Monday when her former student, One Goh, came looking for her then went on his rampage.
One L. Goh was arraigned Wednesday on the seven counts along with three counts of attempted murder. He did not enter a plea during the brief court appearance.
Even before Monday’s shooting, Oikos had drawn the attention of state regulators in a negative way.
A multi-faith, bi-lingual memorial service for the victims of a mass shooting at an Oakland Christian vocational school Monday morning drew more than 300 friends, family, city officials and faith leaders Tuesday evening.
One Goh’s life was on the skids even before he became the suspect in the nation’s biggest mass school shooting since Virginia Tech.
Nursing student Dechen Yangzom locked the door and turned out the lights just before the gunman reached their classroom during Monday’s shooting rampage at Oikos University.
Six students and one employee died when a gunman opened fire at Christian-based Oikos University in Oakland. Three other people were wounded.
San Francisco police have sent a boat with an underwater camera to help Oakland police search for a gun used in a shooting on Monday that left seven people dead and three others wounded.
The dispatcher on duty during Monday’s mass shootings that killed seven people at Oikos University in Oakland handled herself quite well for having only been on the job for about a year.