Sonoma State police chief might have stabbed stepson with power drill

HAYWARD (KRON) — The Sonoma State University police chief allegedly shot a gun during a fight with his stepson and might have stabbed him with a power drill in unincorporated Hayward Monday night, an Alameda County sheriff sergeant said.

Deputies arrived to the home on the 3300 block of Costa Drive and found campus police chief Nathan Johnson with wounds to his head and face.

Johnson’s stepson, 20-year-old Elijah Latimer, had stab wounds that looked like it was from a power drill.

Deputies have not said how Latimer was hurt, but none of the men are filing criminal charges.

Latimer and Johnson have been taken to the hospital.

Both men could face criminal charges when the sheriff’s office takes the case to the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, Kelly said.

Sonoma State University officials have not yet commented about the case.


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