December 11, 2023

OAKLAND — An Oakland police sergeant fatally shot a person Tuesday morning close to Metropolis Corridor after the person confronted him with a pistol they usually exchanged gunfire, in line with the sergeant’s legal professional.

On Friday, the police division recognized the person killed as Lloyd Dillard however didn’t present an age or place of residence for him. The sergeant’s identify has nonetheless not been launched.

The taking pictures occurred about 4 a.m. Tuesday close to the intersection of sixteenth Avenue and San Pablo Avenue.

The sergeant, who works within the Inner Affairs Division, which has its workplace close by, had simply parked his unmarked police automotive.

The sergeant’s legal professional, Harry Stern, of Rains Lucia Stern St. Phalle & Silver, a legislation agency that incessantly represents legislation enforcement officers, stated the sergeant instructed him the person started pounding on the trunk of the automotive.

Stern declined to determine the sergeant, however stated he obtained out of the automotive to analyze and the opposite man “for no obvious purpose pointed a pistol at him.”

The sergeant ducked again contained in the automotive to attempt to get away however “was pressured to interact in a detailed quarters gunfight with the suspect who fired a minimum of two photographs at him,” Stern stated.

The sergeant, who finally obtained out of the automotive, fired multiple shot on the man, Stern stated.