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Posted on: 03/24/2015
Earlier this month Chyemil Pierce, 30, of Oakland was attempting to take cover with her children during a gunfight near her home when she was struck by a stray bullet in the back of the head.
Anthony Sims, 19, Shelton McDaniels, 29, and Jerry Harbin Jr., 29, started exchange gunshots after a high speed chase in East Oakland.
Harbin and McDaniels were found and arrested four days after the shooting in a nearby neighborhood. Police located a 9mm gun in Harbin’s car along with drugs and a large amount of cash.
Officials determined that Harbin will face additional charges of allegedly aiding McDaniels to elude arrest and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
The third shooter Sims was identified as the suspect who was attempting to murder Harbin during the shootout. He is also a convicted felon who was convicted previously for murder.
Eyewitness reports stated that a crowd of people were in a verbal altercation and when the fight began to get violent one woman called friends from a group known as the Lower Bottom from West Oakland. Sims was allegedly among one of the West Oakland friends called to the scene known as Third World by local gang members.
Pierce had just returned from picking up her children from school when the shooting started. She was able to get her children to safety before she had been shot. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
All three suspects are facing charges for the murder of Chyemil Pierce along with their individual charges. They remain is Santa Rita Jail without the opportunity of bail.
Anyone who is seeking information in a pending legal case with the option of bail, should contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds with any questions or concerns regarding Santa Rita Bail Bonds.
Posted on: 03/22/2015
Earlier this month Joel Robinson, 21, of Berkeley was charged in connection to a murder of a security guard in late December.
According to police reports the victim Hamilton Rodriguez-Ramos, 20, of Oakland was lured to a quiet secluded area when he approached by his attackers. Along with Robinson, Amari Harmon, Steven Hall, and Tony A. Reed were all arrested in connection to this murder case.
Rodriguez-Ramos worked at a hair supply business in East Oakland as a security guard. It was also stated that the suspect Harmon had gone to the same high school as the victim and had been acquaintances for many years.
Before the murder the victim was lured to a back street near the MacArthur BART station. The street was a regular hang out spot for the suspects.
Once Rodriguez-Ramos was cornered he was shot unprovoked and robbed of his money and other items on his person. It is believed that the suspects stole his car as well because it was later recovered at the home of a family member of Reed’s.
Investigators determined that the suspected gunman was the victims’ classmate Harmon. At the time of the shooting he was only 17, but is now 18, so he will be charged as an adult during his hearing.
Police were able to use surveillance videos and help from local residents to track down the murder suspects. Once each suspect was arrested they were booked into Santa Rita Jail without the opportunity for bail.
With the special circumstances set by the prosecutors all of the suspects could face life in prison without the possibility of parole or the death penalty.
Anyone who is seeking information on Berkeley Bail Bonds may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds for more information. We are available 24 hours a day for your convenience.
Posted on: 03/19/2015
On Wednesday March 18th San Leandro Police responded to a frantic call from 7-Eleven employees who stated that he had just been assaulted by a local transient.
Police arrived to the store and could immediately notice that there had been some sort of altercation previously. Coffee, food and shelves laid scattered across the store.
The alleged attacker remained outside of the store yelling at the clerks through the window when the officers approached the building.
According to the report the suspect became violent when the 7-Eleven employees told him that he could not ask store patrons for money.
He then proceeded to punch one of the clerks in the chest multiple times and throw a hot cup of coffee all over the face of the other clerk.
The suspect was later identified as Oluwole Olugbemiga, 27, of Fremont. He is currently being held at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin with a bail of $5,000. He is facing multiple counts of misdemeanor assault and battery. Olugbemiga could also be charged with assault with a deadly weapon causing great bodily injury, with the hot coffee to be considered as the weapon.
The victims were treated for their injuries and released the same day. The victims stated that they only asked the man to stop and did not expect such a violent response.
Anyone who is seeking information for Dublin bail bonds may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds with any questions or concerns. We are available 24 hours a day for your convenience.
Posted on: 03/17/2015
Last Friday police responded to reports of theft and property damage at four different car dealerships in Fremont. Business owners have stated that this is not the first time something like this has happened to their dealerships.
Authorities were able to collect surveillance footage from the dealerships in an attempt to identify the suspects. So far police have stated that the video evidence showed what appeared to be seven young men.
The thieves would start by breaking into the dealership office and locating cars keys to the cars in the lot. Once they had the keys to the vehicles they could easily make their escape.
In an attempt to ward off any possible thefts, business owners have begun to put up signs in their windows reporting that they do not keep any keys in the office overnight.
One victim said that he has been the targeted twice and has lost more than $50,000. At another location the suspects were able to get away with two Mercedes Benz.
All of the cars were removed within a couple days. CHP picked up a couple cars that were deserted on the highway and officers were able to find other cars throughout Oakland.
On Monday police located a Fiat 500 from the robbery with smashed windows and had been totaled.
Grand theft and burglary charges can result in large fines, restitution and possible jail time. If you or someone you know is seeking information on Fremont bail bonds for a pending legal matter, they should contact Nor Cal Bails Bonds with any questions or concerns.
Posted on: 03/15/2015
Richard Montgomery Ines, 21, of Redwood City was seen in court for a strange crime he committed in late November of last year.
According to the report Ines threw a can of paint at a pizza delivery driver on El Camino Real. When the delivery driver stopped an exited his truck to confront the suspect, he pulled out a BB gun and approached the driver. Unaware that the gun was not real Ines proceeded to threaten the victim with his life.
After successfully scaring the victim he raced off to an adjacent street. He continued to threaten passing drivers as he ran down the street.
Police arrived to the scene and were able to quickly find the suspect. Ines struggled as officers attempted to subdue him and he kneed one officer in the groin.
Once the suspect was detained by the police he would only identify himself as “The Beloved Reaper,” and would reveal any information for the reasoning of his attack on the pizza driver. He was then booked into San Mateo County Jail in Redwood City.
During his hearing Ines plead no contest to charges of battery and criminal threats. His sentencing through the districts attorney’s office also required two-years of probation and possible jail time.
Anyone who is seeking information regarding and Redwood City Bail Bonds should contact Nor Cal Bails Bonds with any questions or concerns. We take calls 24 hours a day for your convenience.
Posted on: 03/09/2015
Earlier this month a 34-year-old male slammed into a bus while driving under the influence. After striking the bus the suspect fled from the scene.
The accident happened at about 5 p.m. on Castro Valley Boulevard. Eyewitness reports stated that the suspect was seen driving a Mercedes-Benz.
The bus had been transporting elderly citizens when it was struck by the suspect. Luckily only one suspect sustained some minor injuries.
Authorities have not disclosed the name of the suspect, but they were able to track down the suspect within 24 hours of the incident.
Once he was found he was booked into Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. The suspect will be facing charges of suspected driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license.
DUI or DWI charges that involve bodily injury to anyone other than the driver could result in jail time. Bodily injury charges would likely increase a misdemeanor DUI into a felony charge. The blood alcohol content of the suspect is also a contributing factor when a judge is determining sentencing.
If you or a loved one is facing possible jail time in a pending legal case, you may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds for any information regarding Santa Rita Bail Bonds. We are available 24 hours a day to answer any questions or concerns.
Posted on: 03/04/2015
This week 28-year-old James Wears of Livermore was arrested in connection to the recent shooting near Altamont Creek.
Police responded to the report of a shooting around 9 p.m. when they found two men in their 20s, both suffering from gunshot wounds. One victim was transported to a local hospital, but he was not able to survive his injuries. The second suspect was pronounced dead at the scene.
This incident marked the first homicide in Livermore since 2012.
Authorities believe that the suspect and the victims knew each other prior to the shooting. It is suspects that the shooting was a result of an argument during an exchange of contraband.
In addition to the murder charges, Wears will also be facing charges of suspicion of possessing a firearm. He is already a convicted felon and is prohibited to own any firearms as part of his prior sentencing.
Investigators believe that the shooting was an “isolated incident” and that citizens should remain calm. They believe that it is unlikely that additional shootings would result from this recent shooting.
Wears currently remains in custody at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. As of now he is in custody for possession of a firearm and possible homicide charges in the future. More information is being gathered as the investigation continues. Police anticipate that additional evidence will connect Wears to the shooting.
For help with any Livermore Bail Bonds you may contact Nor Cal Bail bonds for more information. Nor Cal Bail Bonds serves multiple locations across California and we are available 24 hours a day.
Posted on: 03/01/2015
A Livermore police sergeant recently approached CBS news, so that he could bring attention to a new trend that could potentially lead to the death of citizens or police officers.
In one example Sgt. Goard showed news anchors a toy gun that had been modified to fire live shotgun shells. In other cases people have even begun to customize firearms with bright colors and cartoon characters.
Since these brightly colored firearms appear to be toys no one would be able to tell if they are in actually in danger or not. Officers may also hesitate to take defensive action against a possible threat if they see what appears to be a toy and not an real gun.
This is an issue that has yet to be acknowledged by legislators, and authorities have stated that attempted gun assault on peace officers is up 55% from last year.
Some law enforcement departments have even gone as far as stating that in a possible life-threatening situation, officers will not rely on the color of a weapon to determine whether or not it is a risk.
Since there is no current legislation that restricts firearms to only be certain colors gun owners are allowed to paint their weapons if they choose to do so. Innocent lives could be lost if other agencies decide to implement the same practices.
Individuals could be facing criminal charges if authorities decide someone is improperly using a weapon. For help regarding any Livermore Bail Bonds be sure to contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds for more information.
Posted on: 02/26/2015
Earlier this week a Fremont woman was arrested after she had led officers on a chase on highway 12.
Police were called to a restaurant in Sebastapol after staff members reported that a woman was refusing to leave the bar area even after several requests to do so. The woman did not want to leave because she had been stalking a member of a band from inside of the bar.
The restaurant employees then had to use force to remove the bar. Soon after she left, police arrived to the scene while the suspect was attempting to flee. She was spotted in her car in a nearby parking lot when she was approached by officers. As they were attempting to talk to her she turned on her car and quickly drove in reverse to escape from the officers. During her speedy getaway she struck one of the officers and continued onto Highway 12.
After a pursuit across two cities the suspect stopped at a red light. The officers then approached her vehicle and asked to surrender. She continued to be uncooperative, so her driver side window was smashed and she was pulled out of the car.
The suspect was immediately placed in handcuffs and later identified as Morgan Greene, 48, of Fremont.
Greene was placed into jail with a bail set at $50,000. She is facing charges of evading, resisting and assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer.
Anyone who is need of information regarding any Fremont Bail Bonds may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds for help 24 hours a day.
Posted on: 02/25/2015
Luis Alfaro, 18, of Oakland was seen in court earlier this month in connection with a fatal shooting on January 29th of this year. The shoot has occurred around 9p.m. outside of the Adams Point Market.
Along with eyewitness reports, nearby surveillance video cameras were able to record the shooting. According to the report the victim has just left the Adams corner store and was approached by Alfaro.
Authorities stated that the victim and the suspect frequently hung out near the convenience store and that they had knew each other prior to the shooting. The victim was later identified as Alfred Nunnery Sr., 38, and lived in the same neighborhood as the shooter.
On the night of the shooting Alfaro approached Nunnery as he walked out of the store and they immediately engaged in a verbal confrontation. Alfaro refused to tell investigators what their dispute was about, but the argument escalated to the point that the suspect drew his handgun and fatally shot Nunnery.
With the surveillance video and first hand accounts authorities were able to identify Alfaro as the suspected shooter. Police were then able to issue a warrant for probable cause. He is currently being held in Santa Rita Jail in Dublin without the opportunity of bail.
For help with and Dublin Bail Bonds you may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds for more information. We are available 24 hours a day and can help you or a loved one with a pending legal matter with the opportunity of bail.