VIDEO: 1 dead in officer-involved shooting in Oakland

UPDATE: — On Sunday, November 15, 2015, Oakland police officers were involved in an officer-involved shooting in the area of 90th Avenue and Bancroft Avenue.

Officers said suspect used a replica gun in deadly officer-involved shooting.

The investigation at this time is a group of uniformed officers who were engaged in towing vehicles related to sideshow activity when they were approached by a subject who pointed a firearm in their direction.

At least several officers discharged their service firearm fatally striking the subject.  After the subject was shot, the officers immediately performed CPR until medical personnel arrived on scene.  Medical personnel arrived shortly after.

No officers were reported to be injured.

Consistent with Departmental policy, this officer-involved shooting is being investigated by the Oakland Police Department’s Homicide Section and Internal Affairs Division.

An independent and concurrent investigation is also being conducted by the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office.

Additional information will be released as soon as it’s available.

Stay with KRON4 for updates.


 

OAKLAND (KRON) —

Oakland police are responding to an officer-involved shooting that occurred Sunday evening in Oakland.

The shooting happened at 90th and Bancroft around 5:34 pm.

According to police, one person has been announced deceased.

It’s unclear what lead to the shooting, but this is an active investigation and police will remain on the scene.

Officers have advised to avoid the area and take alternate routes.

Stay with KRON4 as we continue to follow this breaking story out of Oakland.

 

 

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