San Francisco police are investigating four fatal shootings that have occurred in the city since the Fourth of July.
Police are investigating a fatal shooting in Oakland Saturday morning.
The suspected shooter of an 11-year-old boy in Antioch Thursday was arrested that night and identified as a 14-year old boy.
The boy was airlifted to UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento in stable condition and is expected to survive.
One of the suspects, Sergio Quiroz, 21, has already been arrested. The sheriff’s office has also obtained arrest warrants for three teens: 17-year-old Flavio Caballero, 16-year-old Duane Morgan, and 16-year-old Oscar Aguilar. All four suspects are Santa Rosa residents.
A prosecutor told jurors Monday that a man fatally shot another man at a drug house in East Oakland in 2012 because he thought that he had disrespected him.
A female victim was injured in a shooting on San Francisco’s Market Street Sunday evening on the same block where a male victim was injured in a shooting on Saturday night, police said.
A man was seriously wounded in a drive-by shooting in Salinas early Sunday morning, according to police.
Contra Costa County Sheriff’s office spokesman Jimmy Lee said the shooting occurred on 4600 block of Pacheco Boulevard in Martinez.
A man was injured in a shooting on Market Street near the Tenderloin neighborhood Saturday evening amid the city’s annual Pride celebration.