It’s been over a week since the violent May Day protests in Oakland and Broadway’s Auto Row is still in a sorry state.
‘You Failed Your City,’ Oakland Business Owner’s Sign Criticizes Lack Of Police Response To May Day Rioters
An Oakland business owner is criticizing police for not doing enough after rioters broke windows and set a car on fire on the Broadway Auto Row when Friday’s May Day protest turned violent.
A May Day protest and march through the streets of Downtown Oakland turned violent Friday evening, with some businesses and cars being vandalized.
Angry crowds rioted in Baltimore, throwing rocks and bricks at police officers and looting stores hours after thousands attended the funeral of a man who died after being severely injured in police custody.
Police suspect two men robbed a 54-year-old woman at People’s Park in Berkeley Wednesday, University of California at Berkeley police said.
Oakland police say they’ve made three more arrests in the fatal shooting of a 30-year-old mother who died protecting her young children in a crossfire last week.
Oakland police and other law enforcement agencies made another attempt at reducing gang violence Thursday by arresting 16 people they said are involved in two East Oakland gangs.
Police in Antioch are investigating an apparent homicide that took place late Monday. According to police, an officer on patrol heard a gunshot at 11:18 p.m., which led to a chase, a crash and the arrest of three suspects.
A man bit off another man’s finger during a fight in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood early Tuesday morning.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is making new death threats against Twitter founder Jack Dorsey and employees after the social media site took down accounts allegedly belonging to the terrorist group.