HAYWARD, Calif. - A man in his 60s was injured in Hayward on Wednesday when he was shot by police.
The shooting happened at around 12:45 p.m. in a residential area.
Police responded to Bahama and Sleepy Hollow avenues to a report of a suspicious person on a motorcycle chasing someone and banging on doors in the neighborhood.
Officers located the man. One officer shot the man after he
approached officers with a weapon, according to police.
An internal investigation is underway. Alameda County District Attorney's office will investigate the shooting independently.
The shooting is the second officer-involved shooting in Hayward in
as many weeks. Last week, a man in his 20s died in a shooting.
Hayward police have not released the names of either man they
Bay City News contributed to this story.