A woman was arrested on suspicion of child abuse and gun crimes. A man is still under investigation for the alleged shooting that touched off the standoff.
Police said the shooting took place around 5:26 a.m. near Seventh and Grayson streets during the investigation of an auto burglary.
Described by her family as “shy and goofy,” Alonna Gallon, 24, of Richmond, was killed by her son’s father, Lamar Walker, authorities say.
Little information was available a day after the shooting at the car dealership but the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the initial shooting was “an act of domestic violence.”
Berkeley police spokesperson Officer Jessica Perry said several officers exchanged gunfire with a suspect at the car dealership. The victim was a woman who worked there, according to the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office.
The suspect, an apartment tenant, told police he believed the worker he’d shot was a burglar, but the two men had met five days earlier during a different repair job, police said.
Police investigated a shooting in South Berkeley a day after another incident in the Southside.
The tenant made a maintenance request that would have allowed the worker to enter his apartment if nobody was home, police said.
The 14-person crew was working near the University Avenue off-ramp.
Disagreements on camera and drone usage and how long to keep recordings are holding up the vote on surveillance policies.
Jazy and Angel Sotelo Garcia were shot and killed at an Oct. 1 house party in North Oakland. Police said they’ve arrested two suspects in the killings, both of whom were juveniles at the time.
The gunfire itself did not injure anyone, but one victim did sustain non-life-threatening injuries in a dispute with the suspect, police said.