Oakland, CA — Oakland Police confirm that a weapon found early this morning matches the serial number of a gun purchased by One Goh, who was recently charged in the fatal shooting of seven people at Oikos University on Monday. “Investigators have worked very hard on this case. Hopefully, this find will help the families find closure and bring this case to justice,” said Police Chief Howard Jordan.
Oakland, CA – On March 21, 2012, at 7:30 a.m., the Marriott Hotel located at 1001
Broadway will open its doors to 1,800 applicants who will participate in the
written exam portion for the position of Oakland Police Officer Trainee. Test times
are scheduled for 8:30a.m. and 1:30p.m.
Oakland, CA – Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan addressed the community in a
Public Service Announcement about the important role the community plays in
keeping the City safe. Chief Jordan said, “during this time of limited resources and
other challenges, it is no secret that we need the community’s support.”
Oakland, CA — The Oakland Police Department would like to make the public
aware of a reported sexual assault. A 25-year-old female reported that on March
17, 2012, at 1:00 a.m., she was walking in the 1900 block of Broadway when she
was approached by two strangers. Both strangers physically forced the victim at
gun point to a nearby, isolated location, where they sexually assault her at gun
point. After the sexual assault, both suspects fled the scene on foot.
Oakland, CA – On March 17, 2012, a team of Oakland police officers, family, and
friends, shaved their heads to raise money in St. Baldrick’s Fifth Annual fundraiser
at Children’s Hospital. Participants received pledged donations in support of lifesaving,
childhood cancer research.