Oakland, CA — Friday, January 17, 2014, one of the largest promotion ceremonies
ever held by the Oakland Police Department took place today at City Hall.
Oakland Police Chief Sean Whent was joined by Mayor Jean Quan, Compliance
Director Thomas Frazier, City Attorney Barbara Parker, Assistant City
Administrator Fred Blackwell, Assistant Chief Paul Figueroa, Deputy Chief
Danielle Outlaw, Deputy Chief Eric Breshears, Captain Ricardo Orozco, Deputy
Director Gilbert Garcia, Oakland Police Officers’ Association President Sergeant
Barry Donelan, and other dignitaries and representatives from the City of Oakland.
Oakland, CA — Oakland Police Department investigators have released
this photo of wanted person GARY SHEA, whom they believe is responsible for
the homicide of Corey Prentice on August 31, 2013, which occurred in the 4800
block of Daisy Street.
Oakland, CA – On behalf of Chief Sean Whent, members of the media are invited
to join Oakland City leadership, key community leaders, and the men and women
of the Oakland Police Department as we celebrate the promotion of members of all
ranks and positions within the Department.
Oakland, CA — The Oakland Police Department is requesting assistance from
media and the community regarding any information that can help identify the
responsible person(s) for an assault on an 82-year-old man. The assault occurred on
December 24, 2013, in the area of 9th Avenue and East 28th Street between the
hours of 11:00 PM and 11:35 PM.
Oakland, CA —Oakland Police Department investigators have released this sketch
of the person whom they believe is responsible for kidnapping a 19-year-old female
on January 1, 2014 at 8:30 PM, in the 200 block of 17th Street
The suspect is described as an African-American male in his mid-twenties to early
thirties, 5’7”- 5’8”, 180 pounds, with a medium complexion. He was wearing a gray
hooded parka that covered his head and dark pants. He had a strong odor of
Oakland, CA —Today, Oakland Police Investigators released a photo of the vehicle they believe to be involved in a collision and deadly shooting that occurred in the 5800 block of Market Street on June 12, 2013 at approximately 10:57 PM.
In hopes of hearing from anyone who may have witnessed or may have information about what happened to Aya Nakano the night he was killed, his family has increased the reward money to $100,000.
Oakland, CA – Oakland Police Investigators will release a photo of the vehicle
they believe involved in a collision and deadly shooting of Aya Nakano that
occurred on June 12, 2013, at approximately 10:57 PM, in the 5800 block of
Oakland Public Library is starting off 2014 with a fun contest for teens that allows them to make their mark on the Main Library…permanently! With a grant through Keep Oakland Beautiful, we are going to transform the drab cement trash cans outside of the Main Library on Madison Street into beautiful mosaic murals.