Police ID suspect in shooting at shopping center parking lot

25 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

2 People Gunned Down In CVS Parking Lot In Livermore.

LIVERMORE, Calif. (AP) — Police have identified one of two suspects in a shooting in the parking lot of a Northern California shopping center that left one man dead and another wounded. LIVERMORE (CBS SF) — Detectives obtained a warrant Sunday morning for the arrest of a West Oakland man they suspect is connected to a Saturday night shooting in Livermore that killed one man and wounded another, according to police.

Police obtained a no bail warrant for his arrest on one count of murder and another count of attempted murder, KGO-TV reported (http://abc7ne.ws/1H3a66D ). Christie Smith reports. (Published Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015) Livermore police are on the lookout for two suspects – one of whom has been identified – wanted in connection to a homicide that occurred Saturday evening outside a CVS Pharmacy. Sunday Livermore police served a search warrant at Brown’s home in the vicinity of Center and Eighth streets with the assistance of the Oakland Police Department.

The suspect, Jason Alexander Brown, is an 18-year-old Oakland resident, police said early Sunday, adding that his accomplice’s identity remains unknown. Oakland police also reported a standoff in that area around 1 a.m. after suspects in an unspecified crime reportedly barricaded themselves inside a residence. Saturday when at least one gunman opened fire with a high-powered rifle on two men in their 20s who were inside a vehicle in the CVS parking lot, Goard said. Authorities obtained a description of the suspect’s vehicle, a black 2006 BMW 325i with red racing stripes on the hood, after interviewing witnesses.

The California Highway Patrol located the vehicle on I-580 and initiated a pursuit, but lost the vehicle in Oakland. “It’s very dangerous and it’s high risk,” Sgt. We’re trying to discover why they chose this location to engage in criminal activity.” Warning the community that the suspects are likely armed and dangerous, police asked anyone who sees them or the getaway car to call the Livermore Police Department-Public Information Officer line at (925) 371-4777.

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