OAKLAND — A suspect in a Wednesday afternoon non-injury capturing in downtown Oakland was arrested inside minutes a number of blocks away, authorities mentioned.
The capturing occurred about 1:39 p.m. Wednesday within the 400 block of thirteenth Avenue between Broadway and Franklin Avenue.
Police mentioned an worker at a restaurant within the space was arguing with one other one who had tried to take tip jar cash.
The suspect, recognized by police as a 45-year-old man, apparently tried to intervene and acquired into an argument with the restaurant worker, police mentioned.
The suspect then pulled a pistol, mentioned he was going to kill the employee and fired one shot at him, police mentioned. The bullet struck the worker’s shoe, authorities mentioned.
A close-by surveillance digital camera captured the capturing.
The suspect then fled on foot, as quite a few law enforcement officials raced to the scene.
The suspect was ultimately arrested at gunpoint within the 1800 block of Webster Avenue at about 1:50 p.m.
The gun police imagine was used within the capturing was recovered close by, authorities mentioned.
Witnesses to the capturing had been delivered to the scene and recognized the suspect because the shooter, authorities mentioned.
He was booked at Santa Rita Jail on suspicion of tried homicide, battery with severe bodily harm, making threats and carrying a hid firearm. He was being held with out bail.