The former fiancee of a man who was fatally shot by San Leandro police officers inside a Walmart says don't defund the department, even though that's what officials have voted to do. .
San Leandro became one of the few cities in the nation to begin defunding its police in the wake of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis.
While the city council move was to ensure transparency, San Leandro is still refusing to name the two officers saying they have received threats.
Brooks Jarosz reports.
San Leandro Chrysler Dodge is open for business after one of the largest auto theft sprees in memory.
Hayward joined other cities around the Bay Area in imposing a curfew that will go into effect Monday night and continue nightly for a week.
Alameda County emergency crews have been busy for the last couple of hours between putting out two fires and dealing with the aftermath of looters.
It’s unknown at this time if police are charging Nancy Arechiga with a hate crime.
Greg Liggins reports.
Alameda County Sheriff's Office says deputies opened fire on the suspect, when he emerged from the motel room with a semiautomatic weapon and fired at them. The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene.
There have been six deadly officer-involved shootings in the Bay Area since Easter.
There's been a deadly police shooting in Richmond, Oakland, San Leandro, San Jose, Half Moon Bay and South San Francisco, all of which have taken place since Easter. Henry Lee reports.
Amber Lee reports.
San Leandro police and firefighters were on scene early Thursday morning after they responded to a fire and explosion sparked by butane and honey oil.
San Leandro officials won't identify two police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Steven Taylor inside a Walmart over alleged violent threats directed against the department.
The collision happened sometime before 5:30 a.m. in the home in the 200 block of Bancroft Avenue, police said.
The family had wanted to give her a party at a restaurant but couldn't, so they gave her a drive-by parade.
The accident happened around 5 a.m. Sunday.
Police said Ethel Henderson was last seen at the Juana Avenue care facility where she lives. She is black, 5-feet, 6-inches tall, 130 pounds, last seen wearing white pants and a black and white striped shirt.
San Leandro police released body-cam footage Wednesday of a deadly shooting by police that killed a man armed with a baseball bat inside a Walmart store.