EAST BAY, CA – The following is this week's collection of some police and fire stories from around the East Bay.
No children at school because of coronavirus, as police check the impacted campuses.
No one's happy if their vehicle is swiped. But when partially paid for with lemonade-stand proceeds, hearts break & tears flow in Concord.
Concord police had circulated the disturbing video, of what appeared to be an aggressive assault, in hopes of a suspect identification.
"The area where this occurred has experienced an increase in gang violence over the past few months," Fremont Police said.
No injuries were reported.
The 3-alarm fire was at a condominium complex. The victim was rescued from a balcony by firefighters.
The accident was Saturday outside San Ramon's city limits, with witnesses reporting possible reckless driving, the CHP said.
Suspects were booked in the cases - one involving two cars set afire on Highway 4 in Martinez and another in Antioch, officials said.
The ages of all 3 victims of the fiery crash have been released, but the coroner's office is withholding the names, for now.
The crash happened at 10:45 p.m. Tuesday.
Seth Smith, a 19-year-old U.C. Berkeley student, was found by officers on the ground bleeding.
Police say the shooting happened in the area of Huntwood and Shepherd avenues.
The victim was an 18-year-old San Leandro man.
Union City Police frequently share the phrase, "If you see something, say something." That's paid off with an arrest.
Police say the shooting may be gang-related.
Smoke should be lighter Thursday as fires elsewhere die down, though firefighters hope to undertake a burn operation.