Afternoon Shooting along San Pablo Avenue

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A shooting occurred in broad daylight last Saturday on the corner of San Pablo and 45th near a nail salon. According to EPD Captain Dante Diotalevi “The victim was extremely uncooperative”. The victim was treated for two gunshot wounds and is expected to survive. There is no suspect information. The strip of San Pablo anchored by the Oaks Card Club & KFC appears to be a hotbed of criminal activity according to crime maps on CrimeReports.com


Anyone with any information should call the Emeryville Police Department at 510-596-3700.

By Katie Nelson Oakland Tribune

A man is in stable condition after being shot twice on San Pablo Avenue Saturday afternoon, police said.

Around 3:50 p.m., Emeryville police received several reports of shots fired on San Pablo Avenue.

Once officers were on scene, they found an adult male who had been shot twice. However, police said the man’s wounds were not life threatening and on Saturday night, he was in stable condition and recovering at a hospital.

A silver vehicle, possibly a hatchback, was seen leaving the area after the shooting.


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  1. This is rather upsetting. I live several blocks away and work even closer. I’ve worked in neighborhood for three years and lived here for two. I’ve been assaulted twice during the day on San Pablo ave. It’s so sad that violent crime is on the upswing. I feel helpless and would move if I could afford to do so.

    • I’m sorry to hear this Kimber. I wish I had a solution to the problems of this area. As a resident, I feel we need to organize, communicate, bind together … and fight back!

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