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>> now from the area's local news station. this is kron 4 news at 3. >> look, i have no sympathy, no empathy whatsoever. people smashing and grabbing stealing people's items creating havoc and tear on our streets. not period full stop. we want real accountability. we want people prosecuted and we want people to feel safe. >> now at 3 o'clock. governor newsome condemning a series of weekend robberies that targeted high-end stores all across the bay area, the safety changes the governor claims we can expect to see beginning today. thank you for
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joining us on kron 4 news at 3 o'clock. i'm catherine heenan. we are coming off a very violent weekend across the bay area. we'll take a look at the map mobs of robbers hit high and stores and san francisco in the east bay in the south bay. it began friday night when a group of people looted the louis vote on union square store running out with arm loads of merchandise, some of them or stop police managed to stop one of the getaway cars. they arrested 8 people saturday night. 80 people swarmed a nordstrom store in walnut creek. 80 people at once. police say store employees were assaulted. they were pepper sprayed some stores at broadway plaza are now considering closing early or taking other safety precautions and we have video of a smash-and-grab robbery that happened in the hayward yesterday. a viewer shared this video of the incident. this is inside the southland mall. you can see a group of
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people. running out of sam's jewelry store and it is the 4th jewelry store robbery in the bay area this month. kron four's rob nesbitt is following up on this story. we'll have more on kron 4 news at 5 o'clock. pleasanton police are talking about what might have been another case of a jewelry store smash and grab yesterday morning about one 20 police say 9 people walked into the stone ridge shopping center and that they did that after pushing a sliding glass door off its track. surveillance video shows the group headed towards a jewelry store. actually, we're looking at the map there. but they left when they spotted metal security, gates. police say the group did not get into any of the stores at that mall. meantime, governor newsome says his administration is responding to the robberies that plagued retailers over the weekend. capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala has that story.
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>> look, i have no sympathy, no empathy whatsoever. people smashing and grabbing stealing people's items crane havoc and tear on our streets. not governor gavin newsome reacting after a weekend of ransacking in robbery at numerous retailers across the bay area. in response. he says you can expect to see more police presence in and around shopping areas that are highly trafficked around the holidays. newsome revealed his own business has been broken into 3 times this year. >> the governor promising to exponentially increase funding in the state budget to help prevent organized retail crime. we want real accountability. >> we want people prosecuted and we want people to feel safe this holiday season. >> mayhem before the holiday season happened over the weekend. in walnut creek where investigators say a mass robbery involved 80 people looting a nordstrom. i wouldn't even. >> characterize organized crime. that was domestic terrorism. rachel michelin is the president of the california retailers association. she says is organized crime in california continues to rise, law
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enforcement retailer, state and local leaders must come together on solutions including potentially strengthening the laws against organized retail crime. the association is also requesting an expansion of the state's organized retail crimes task force, which relaunched in july. some of the solutions may be uncomfortable. >> and so we're going to have to have those uncomfortable conversations and we're going to have to look at some of the laws that are on the books. obviously they're not working. a lot of the solutions we're talking about or not. >> short term really immediate solutions. and i'm wondering what could be the consequences if some of just take too long to implement my peers. we will continue to see these types of displays in crime, criminal activities happening across the state of california at the state capitol. ashley zavala kron 4 news. >> brazen thieves also targeted stores in the south bay and kron four's. rob fladeboe tells us what happened to san jose shopping malls. >> the south bay also involved in what police say were a string of organize robberies
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over the weekend. security now being stepped up here at santana row and also across the street at the valley fair shopping mall. a falling 2 robberies on sunday evening. one occurring at the lululemon store here at santana at least 8 people are were spotted entering the stealing merchandise eventually making a $40,000 worth of goods at the same time, at least 2 perpetrators allegedly entered sunglasses that store in valley fair mall where they eventually made off some $7,000 worth of merchandise security now being stepped heading into the shopping holiday shopping season. i spoke with a security guard who just happened to be working a few doors down from the lululemon store when he tried to intervene in what was going on at lululemon saw a couple girls come out of a car into a mad dash into one of the stores. >> the store that i'm protecting. i asked him to lock up and i went down to help the other store. but got
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down there about 8 people come dashing out running across the street to my right with a bunch of items in their hands. i tried to i tried to stop him, but they indicated they were really the run me over. so backed off their obvious in communication with each other. they're they're coordinated their organized. >> but we are going to do everything we can here in san jose. to stop this before it turns into an epidemic before it continues to happen during the holiday season. it's not welcome here. we're not going put up with it. it's not clear if the robberies here in the south bay are related to those occurring in the east bay in san francisco over the weekend. but police have not ruled that out either. they are now comparing notes and what calling on people in the merchants to be on guard heading into the holiday shopping season. >> jose. rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> and the bay area, not the only place hit hard by smash and grabs this weekend would be burglars. this is in beverly hills. smashed windows at the louis baton and the sac stores. police say they did
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not manage to get any merchandise and they got away before police showed up. we are waiting meantime for a news conference this afternoon from the oakland police chief fs going to be talking about the violence in the city over the weekend. also sideshows that happened. we will bring that to you live when it happens. san francisco police investigating 2 weekend homicides. the first one was just before 10:00pm friday on connecticut's street and put hill not too far from the patrol recreation center. police arrived and found a 25 year-old man who had been shot. he died at the scene. no arrests have been made. police have not released any suspect information. the second homicide was just effort after a 1045 last night on gary a block away from union square police say a 30 year-old man died after being stabbed several times again, no arrests have been made. authorities in solano county
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looking for a man accused of shooting another man after getting into an accident last night. the chp says there was hit and run on 80 eastbound near state road. one 13. they say the man involved got into a fight and one of them began shooting. the man who fired the gun reportedly took off in a white toyota camry. nobody was injured. in national news. authorities in wisconsin searching for a motive after an suv plowed through a crowd at a christmas parade killing at least 5 people injuring dozens more. some critically including children. we're learning more about the victims and the suspect. kareen wynter has details. >> at this time. >> this is for say with the >> current pace of the investigation a holiday gathering turned into a scene of horror at this christmas parade in wisconsin after the driver of an suv plowed into a
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crowd of people causing mass casualties. the waukesha, wisconsin police chief identified that suspect as 39 year-old darryl brooks. at least 5 people were killed and dozens injured, including children who attended the festivities doctors from the pediatric trauma center at children's hospital of wisconsin describe some of the injuries of the 18 patients brought to their facility, their ages range from 3 to 16 years old. >> injuries range from facial abrasions to broken bones to serious head injuries. 6 these patients were sent to the operating room last night and 2 additional patients are undergoing surgeries today according to physicians, 6 patients were listed in critical condition. 3 in serious and one in fair with 8 other patients in fair condition who were not in the icu but in other units of the hospital. there's $0.3, a siblings that are currently hospitalized with in children. >> and this is you need in truly demonstrates the devastating effects of this on our community. chief thompson said brooks was involved in a domestic disturbance right
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before the tragedy. graphic video recordings showed the red suv speeding through barricades before approaching the parade route. >> where that driver rams into dozens of victims attending the event according to witnesses brooks appeared to swerve from left to right. as if you were deliberately trying to hit as many people as possible. chief thompson also refuting claims that officers were pursuing brooks before the deadly incident. he confirmed it was not a terrorist attack. last event that great beginning nightmare. >> last night he really injured. last lost during should have been a celebration. >> law enforcement officials did not confirm how they caught that suspect or provide details on a possible motive. among those hurt in the rampage. a roman catholic priest and some catholic school children. also members of the asked fired and center studio which had about 70 participants in the parade, including kids as young as 2 and we're being pulled and wagons. >> that was kareen wynter reporting. the waukesha police chief says the ages of the victims who died range from 52
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to 81. >> coming up. this is the deadline for tsa workers to get vaccinated against covid the concern any holdups affect your holiday travel. also a cannabis dispensary in oakland was robbed over the weekend and governor newsome is encouraging californians again to get their booster shots as we head into the holiday season. >> some light variable winds for right now we're looking for a little bit of an offshore wind as we get into tomorrow. but because of recent rains that
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>> now to some coronavirus news this monday. governor newsome was back in the bay area today. he is urging people again to get their booster shots. kron four's charles clifford has more on the governor's message.
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>> well, the number of coronavirus cases in california about a month ago was starting to go up. but in the past 7 to 10 days new infections have actually leveled off. that's good news. but state health officials are still worried that we could see a winter surge over the upcoming holidays on monday, governor newsom visited a vaccine clinic in san francisco's mission district. he also spoke to the press noting that 91% of eligible californians have received at least one dose of a covid vaccine. that's more than 58 million total doses that have been administered. but newsom says there's still work to do is encouraging all adults to get booster shots for parents to get their kids vaccinated for everyone to remember the pandemic isn't over. >> this is our sprint working our way into the holiday season to encourage and promote boosters to deal with waning immunity, continue to encourage people that haven't gotten a shot to get a shot, particularly as we enter into the holiday season. >> now, if you're interested in getting vaccinated or if you need a booster shot or you want to get your kids signed up for a shot. you can go to my turn dot ca dot gov and sign up there. you can also go to kron 4 dot com. we have links and information on our
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website as well. but for now in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> santa cruz counties. indoor mask mandate is back in effect as of last night in anticipation of a possible winter surge in cases. people again being required to wear masks in public places and offices and when other people are visiting even in their own homes. this is regardless of vaccination status. the renewed mandate will be in effect indefinitely depending on how the county's covid case, let is shaping up. and this is the deadline for nearly 4 million tsa workers to get vaccinated against covid. it is happening. of course, one of the busiest travel times of the year. roughly 93% of tsa workers have complied. we're told the agency says the mandate deadline is not expected to have any effect on thanksgiving week. staffing. the biden administration is
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giving the green light for fully vaccinated families together at thanksgiving. a booster shots or not. and doctor anthony fauci says people who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear a mask while indoors with family members. raquel martin has the latest. >> white house chief medical advisor, doctor anthony fauci is giving millions of americans. the green light to enjoy this thanksgiving together few a vaccinated and hopefully you'll be boosted to and your family as you can enjoy a typical thanksgiving on abc's this week. fauci said for fully vaccinated americans. that means indoors and with no mask is no reason not to do that. but the announcement did come with a warning. the thing we're concerned about is the people who are not vaccinated according to cdc data. that's nearly a 3rd of the country or 83 million americans. fauci says those levels are still too high, especially considering transmission rates
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of the more infectious delta variant the higher the level of dynamics of infection. the more everyone is at risk. it's face the nation former fda commissioner doctor scott gottlieb set the site shows the extra shot could help. i think eventually this will be consider the 3 dose vaccine. but i i would be hard pressed to believe cdc is going to make that any time soon. >> all right. let's take a look at the forecast to live. beautiful shot overlooking the golden gate bridge kron from meteorologists. dave spahr has the forecast and dave, what does that look like. we're getting closer and closer to thanksgiving. oh, yes, looks pretty good, katherine. and as we get into a. >> get into the actual holiday itself. we might get a slight
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temperature bump on thursday going on there. but we'll stay somewhat cool after this system gets here. beautiful shot of half moon bay. look at the nice little wrinkles going on here for not not a lot in the way of winds kind of variable going on post. the post. the time the winds get here, though. the front gets here. we'll see a little bit of an offshore wind develop. that's the guy we're talking about a couple scattered clouds. good thing about this. this will be pretty much overnight and very early tomorrow morning. you might get a stray sprinkle with all that to 62 at 4 o'clock by 7 5248 10 o'clock. we have somewhat dry air. however, that front again, marching on through will help push temperatures down a little bit on the back side of everything. temperature check. now 67 santa rosa mid 60's off to the east bay 67 for hayward 65 san francisco. let's going forward with this. not much to see. but i just want to point out again, scattered clouds might get a stray sprinkle enough to dirty up the car a little bit overnight. mostly things clear up pretty quickly for your tuesday to see kind of a swath of some cloud cover by midday. but on balance
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looks pretty good for your tuesday. but here's what i do want to point out we've danced the map till tuesday. this is after the fronts gone. we still have onshore winds there. but they do flip a little bit off shore up the solano county into the east bay. normally that would cause some alarm far weather watching all that kind of business. but we've had recent rains have put us in the clear. so we're ok, we can handle a little bit of a surge that goes like that tonight. 50 late scattered clouds san francisco 49 will try for oakland and 43. meanwhile, for san jose. catherine. >> sounds good. thank you very much. former theranos ceo elizabeth holmes testified again today in her criminal fraud trial in santa clara county. she is accused of misleading investors and patients and business partners into believing that her blood testing device would revolutionize the healthcare industry prosecutors say that just was not true. and she knew it if convicted. holmes
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could face 20 years in prison. ex-raiders wide receiver henry ruggs will remain on house arre4t after missing a breathalyzer test ruggs appeared in a las vegas courtroom this morning. his attorney argued last week that he self-tested after missing a test friday. he was given an ankle monitor that checks his blood alcohol levels. ruggs faces of 4 felony charges. one misdemeanor he is accused of driving drunk and causing the high-speed crash that killed teen a tent or earlier this month. happening now, a jury and georgia here in closing arguments in the ahmaud arbery murder trial. 3 men are on trial in last year's shooting death of 25 year-old a%bery, prosecutors say the chased him down in a pickup truck. defense attorneys have been pushing for a mistrial. they say demonstrators outside the courtroom will have an effect on the jury. one of attorney says that means his client will not get a fair trial. the
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judge in the case dismissed that notion that motion. >> still ahead, the south bay food bank that's working overtime to feed families for thanksgiving. what they're doing and how you can help and remember the people rushing to grab cash from an armored truck in carlsbad, california. there are now being warned to return right away or face some serious problems. authorities
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in san diego county they are demanding that people return that money that fell out of an armored truck last week. you might remember that scene. >> everyone is being warned. they could be tracked down. that could face criminal charges. traffic was stopped friday drivers getting out of their cars and stuffing their pockets with cash at least at least 2 people were arrested that day and the chp says a few people have actually called them about returning the money. so they make up some of the pack a driver on highway one. oh, one in sunnyvale is trying to get a golf course to pay for damage to the hood of his car. he says it was hit by a golf ball recently near looking at there his dash cam. the golf ball came from the sunnyvale municipal golf course. the incident again, caught on his dash cam. the driver says he and his wife heard a bang saw that big dent later you start working on getting the golf course to pay for the damages next, the incredible bravery of a 9 year-old girl. how she
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fought off a man who was trying to rob her mother. >> and a chaotic weekend in oakland. we're going to hear from the owner of a canna
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all right. let's get some details on the forecast as we take a live look at sfo lot of people traveling for thanksgiving. >> kron from meteorologist dave spahr as here in dave looks like whether to do that going to be pretty good it's
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awesome. this week. just we do have a little front or back yard here. but really its timing is going to be awesome. it's not going to be doing much of anything except give us some scattered clouds, some winds to note and also some cooler temperatures that are going to feel that night, but we may recover by the time we get to thanksgiving. nice blue skies at the half moon bay's you will notice here to calm waters, maybe a different story tomorrow will be a tad breezy going on in spots. temperatures, not going bad at all, although they probably won't be this lofty in 24 hours. we've got the mid 60's over good piece of the real estate 67 up there to santa rosa, some areas were kind of racing head to 72. you see 72 to san jose 65 san francisco 67 going on for hayward. this is the guy we're talking about most of the energy due north. we'll get some scattered clouds with this overnight and a little surge happening 70 but the midday hour or so and then behind it will be that offshore wind now again, because conditions are a little different than they had been before. we probably are pretty insulated. any fire weather talk is not been posted 52 with 7 at 10 work 48
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so temperatures still dropping. still fairly dry air. one of the reasons why this front doesn't much to work with except the marine layer basically. so there won't be that much threat of drizzle going on overnight lows tonight expected to be in the 40's department over most of the region, although 36 santa rosa, a sign of things to come because after the front you got your dryer. it's clear skies. once we lose the winds. what we're speaking more per ticket tomorrow night that you can see temperatures kind of fall a little bit and thathcould pose a bit of some may be some frost here now, a few late clouds expected tonight. cool 40's expected breezy late program tomorrow. a few early clouds clearing out, though clear and breezy are cool and breezy and expect mostly 60's for this week ahead. and then we might have a minor warm-up, but should mention some chilly night in the 30's and potential for frost there. and we're sure the extended forecast in the 7 day coming up in a bit. catherine. >> all right, dave, talk to you in a some cannabis businesses were targeted over the weekend. kron four's
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maureen kelly got surveillance video from an oakland marijuana dispensary. it was looted early sunday morning and it is a story you'll see only on kron 4. >> the owner of oakland's blunt and more dispensary near the oakland coliseum estimates that over a dozen burglars broke into his pot shop early sunday morning. you can see them looting the display cases here in this video. it started around 05:00am with a sideshow at 66 avenue and coliseum way. he says he has private security who called the incident in to police 45 minutes and i get to decide if police haven't in yet. >> going to be lots more. >> once the burglar started scaling the fence. his security arrived. 7 minutes later to chase them off of funds. a blunt who goes by the nickname tuck e says he is still trying to assess how much was taken, but he believes most of the product was dropped as the burglars ran away. it's a far cry from what happened to his business back in 2020. what is
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establishment was ransacked by what he believes was a much more organized gang of criminals. pd was distracted by civil unrest following the murder of george floyd. but he says he's heard about many other cannabis dispensaries and pot grow operations that have been hit over the past month with several happening just over this weekend following the acquittal of kyle rittenhouse, a group of cannabis business owners are meeting this afternoon. blunt says they're fed up with paying high taxes and not getting much in the way of police response. we're tired of talking. >> we're tired of paying high insurance rates. extra security. and the taxes. we talk about tax strike, potentially we're talking a pick in the mayor's office. we don't know what we can do, but its top action would kind of talk. so that's where we're at now. >> he's concerned that they will need to brace for another round of trouble as the armada opry case heads to the jury. maureen kelly kron 4 news.
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>> happening right now. oakland's police chief talking about the weekend's violence. there was a lot of it today began with and i think they're still doing at the moment of silence to honor the people who weren't killed the victims of violence, what it's like. they're just getting under way. let's listen >> impact of what we've seen across our city. well, the last 48 hours says friday and i must say what we've seen in oakland is not much different than a lot of cities have seen in this northern california region. talk today about some of that shootings, some of the homicide as well as the roving a robbery caravans that we've seen across our city. that's also impacting other cities. let me first start off what friday. friday. november, 1920 21 our department and counter drove in caravans of hundreds of vehicles targeting cannabis operations locations. several throughout the city of oakland as officers were approaching these vehicles to take action. we encountered over a 175
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rounds being fired. which made us stand at a safe distance. but we recognize in that moment that series gunfire was was being during the midst of these attempted burglaries and robberies. we also seen an additional 200 additional vehicles involved a sideshow activity that activity continue until the late impacting communities throughout the city of oakland primarily in east oakland a deep east oakland where i've got calls from community members about people spinning donuts into the 2 to 3 in the work community members were disturbed, had a chance on saturday to go out against park. 1, 8, where a senior who lives in a senior citizens around the park said that she was up to 4 in the morning because they were don't has been spent as you could hear him all night. so impacted
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east opened all of our residents in the area. but saturday over 10 hour period. we really seeing things are up. just over 10 hours, nearly 2 dozen incidents occurred, most of which we are continuing to investigate. it started just before 03:00pm. well, we were responding to a call of an armed carjacking robbery that occurred in the 2600 block of fisher avenue. the vehicle flipped prior to officers responded. officers. later located that carjacked vehicle and the suspect in the 4900 block of clark street as officers attempted to contact the suspect. the suspect fired multiple rounds at the officers. the suspect, the end. treat it to that carjacked vehicle. and again, split. officers safely. follow that vehicle along with our opd helicopter officers continued to pursue for the next 2 hours. that person came to an end in the 5900 block of ocean view drive this is where the suspect attempted to flee
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from opd officers nearly striking police vehicles as well as parked vehicles of community members. opd emergency rescue vehicle blocked the car deck vehicles. pat the suspect then exited the vehicle armed with a firearm officers gave the suspect the man to drop the gun. opd officers discharged their duty firearms. the suspect was struck officers immediately began to provide emergency medical treatment for the suspect and every last transported, the suspect to a local hospital. well, where he was pronounced deceased. no officers were injured. community members were injured officers did recover the suspect firearm as well as the carjacked vehicle. we are continuing our investigation of this incident. we at some point released video that depicts this entire incident. we also today will be releasing a photo of the actual firearm that was recovered from the suspect.
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but while we were continuing to investigate that officer-involved shooting. we had another shooting in the 1900 block of foothill boulevard. this is where officers were investigating. nearly 30 rounds that were fired at that scene. striking one individual who sustained multiple gunshot wounds and he was transported to a local hospital in critical condition. while still investigating the officer-involved shooting as well as this attempt homicide. we we were good at 08:19pm. paul to the 3900 block of kerry to street. as officers were approaching and arriving on scene. they located a juvenile. we have struck multiple times by gunfire. unfortunately, he was a victim of a homicide as well and provides now deceased on the scene. that investigation continues and we are investigating the circumstances related to that homicide. that's aside number one. 24. just past 11:00pm as
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it does continue to go to occur in the city of oakland. what roving caravans of vehicles targeted cannabis operations. retail shop pharmacies throughout the city of oakland. at least 2 dozen businesses were impacted by dominantly a cannabis operations were burglarized attempted burglaries armed individuals who were shooting as they were trying to enter these businesses whenever they were confronted by their security or people at the business. we were able to make it a rest. at a couple locations. we made arrests in the 8400 block of enterprise way where they were 30 suspects on scene. we may 5 arrest. they recovered a firearm. we also made a resident, 300 block of pendleton way where officers were dispatched to investigate the report of an armed robbery and shooting an exchange of gunfire ensued between the armed suspect and the armed they're guarding the business when individuals taken into custody. the looting continues
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and numerous other businesses were targeted. we continue to investigate. we continue to follow up throughout the night throughout the city of oakland. we extended every shift of all of our officers. to make sure we had the additional resources necessary to address the violence that was occurring throughout the city. at the same time, simultaneously. we were trying to manage over 300 calls for service. at 1245. p a that night. we continue to see significant increase in sideshow activity where it had ballooned to over 500 vehicles conduct illegal sideshow in the areas of 98 and back row. shots were fired from within the size crowds as we responded, we made 6 arrests. we told 6 vehicles every cover firearms. this again already within a 10 hour period. this doesn't even include the additional robberies and other shootings that we had over
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this night. on sunday. we had additional 6 shootings. sunday night. we had another side show as well with another 300 vehicles. we're able to tow 5 people that evening. and then lastly, this morning in the 8100 block of my doctor boulevard officers responded to report of another robbery in progress of a can of its location. as they arrived at the scene. multiple vehicles fled and suspect split. 2 of the officers in marked patrol vehicles. encounter multiple gunshots. those gunshots did not. if the officers that this strike, the police vehicle. one arrest has been made in that burglary. we don't believe is connected to the actual shooting, though. a couple days will be doing moving forward. i want to be clear that we're not going to tolerate this type of activity in the city of oakland. we are going to respond. so what we'll be doing to make sure that this upcoming weekend we
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can address these roving gangs that have targeted so many communities is that we will have tactical teams deployed throughout the city. these these individuals that come to the city of been heavily are from all throughout the bay area. these are not just people from open. they are groups of people coming to target communities. we will be prepared to address it. we'll have extended staff and over the weekend to ensure that there is enough resources to address the violent crime. one of my asked in particular, as i d cities help. and the help from the leaders of the city. miss a 124 homicides that one call for an emergency meeting to discuss gun violence in a city, a vocal. i'm asking council members to step up and start having a conversation about the loss of life in this city beyond the politics with the support police are not. there is a clear problem in this city that this city had to deal with overwhelming violence in his community over the weekend and it's
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unacceptable. it's unacceptable. for our residents is unacceptable for visitors. nobody should have to live through this. asking council to step up and have a conversation about how they can support our effort to address public safety in the city. i'm also saying that it doesn't need to be more police. every city agency in oakland should be focused around violent crime. i don't care if you could if you drive a public works truck. i don't care if you if you pick up litter, everybody has to be invested in making this community safer. we can't do it even if we were given resources, we couldn't get those resources in uniform any time within the next 18 months. we need help now. but i think all of the city resources have to be gather in order to address violence and a holistic way. i appreciate the work that we're doing with the department of violence prevention which is the response of the big coming out. the scene to assist us as best they can. also want to give an update on the captain. a retired captain. she joyner investigation. we have arrested 3 suspects in
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connection with the incident. one of the suspects was arrested in houston, texas and 2 were arrested growth. i can't release the today, but there will be released after the red. appreciate all the hard work that went into this investigation as well as all the information that was brought to us by community members as we've call for help from our community. throughout the weekend. them residents of oakland have been super supportive. they have been sending video helping us address violence helping us identify these cars involved in this violence helping us identify people involved in this virus. so i continue to call for that help. as we continue to do our best to make this city safe, although do everything we can to make sure this is a upcoming weekend taking questions. >> and you have been listening to oakland police chief leronne armstrong talking about a wildly violent weekend in the city, particularly so
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there were shootings burglaries robberies carjackings cannabis store robberies and other retailers targeted. i heard him talking about a number of side shows hundreds of calls to the police just this weekend, the chief says many of the culprits were heavily armed. he is asking for help from city leaders. he says, among other things, there needs to be more police officers saying we need help. now kron four's dan kerman is covering the story will have the latest on kron. 4 news at 5. we'll be
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>> a 9 year-old girl in florida is being honored for her bravery in fighting off a man who was trying to rob her mother security video shows 9 year-old journey mobley beginning to punch that guy. there. yeah, he was. he was trying to grab her mother's purse. she fought back journey and her mom had been returning to their car at a supermarket parking lot in west palm beach. the man did manage to get away with the person had a cell phone. police penned it later track down the suspect journey and her mother later identified him in a lineup. police gave the girl a metal have to say she deserved it for her bravery. all right. let's talk about the forecast. and though we're taking a live look at the downtown san francisco dave spars back. dave, what if you got.
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>> ok, catherine, let's go and walk what we're looking at in terms of getting the next 48 hours or so. we did talk about some scattered clouds developing late tonight overnight looks good at first light. however, some scattered clouds are kind of play out as we approach around the noon hour. what you can see fall this although clip clears out for the afternoon and the evening and then watch out tomorrow night getting a little chilly. we do have a wind switch. let's go all the way to tuesday morning. tomorrow morning. flipping those winds offshore. so that also in use is some drier air into our area. that also we have to watch for lows to because that plays into that as well. so kind of unfinished business for tonight. 50 san francisco 43 a san jose 49 for oakland. all these numbers will be less tomorrow night because will be in a drier air mass and things clearing out. what is the week look like fairly quiet a slight warm up towards the end of the week happening here and boys. this familiar from the last few years. we get into our so-called wet season. these fronts kind of fall part a little bit in our backyard. there's maybe some hope by the middle of next week. but don't completely count on it. let's
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do it. here's the drop in temperatures 60's for the balance of the week. maybe some scattered clouds on friday. watch these overnight lows here next. couple of days that could bring some frost. i'm sorry. oh you know, beef. it's what's for dinner back to haha. >> you're talking to the turkey and enduring. still ahead, a food bank on the south by working overtime to south by working overtime to feed families for thanksgivin hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby...don't say a word... but if slow upload speeds turns your goodnight call into an accidental horror movie... can you hear me? shut it down. just remember. you're not a bad mom. you just need better internet. at&t fiber delivers faster upload speeds for more reliable video calls. get at&t fiber, plans starting at $35 a month for a year. limited availability in select areas. call 1.877.only.att.
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limited availability in select areas. across the bay area. they are sprinting to the finish line ahead of thanksgiving volunteers are packing and distributing. >> thousands of pounds of food for families. people who really depend on their services because of that second harvest of silicon valley says it could use a lot more help kron four's. phillipe chagall has that story. >> hacking and distribution kicked into high gear at second harvest of silicon valley in san we've been doing this for 20 bucks. and secure south be families rely on the food bank. year round. but there is no busier time than the holiday season volunteer in team lead in the been more than 400 hours of. >> this year. ever since covid the numbers have just gone through the the food bank is feeding about 450,000 people each month that's an 80% increase from before the pandemic. this year. we're
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providing 22% more for than you did last year. second harvest ceo leslie bacho says the organizations budget has doubled during the pandemic to keep up with them and it has added 15 more trucks opened a new warehouse and increased its staff 40%. at the same time, it has ended its traditional food collection. drives with barrels to be more efficient. >> bacho says second harvest has enough food but needs volunteers and monetary donations and actually when people donate. >> money reconstruct it much farther for every dollar donated. we can up 2 meals. >> say they believe in the work they are doing and the service they are providing that was thanks to grow as a person really dark time, especially when the food bank says the food prices at grocery stores have increased more than 5% this year in san jose legion ball run >> coming up next, the white
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house christmas tree arrived today. and we're going to take a look at the ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music) ♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪
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in her red coat and she says it's beautiful. it is she was welcoming the white house christmas tree it came from peak farms in jefferson, north carolina. >> 18 and a half feet tall its of fraser fir. it will be on
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display in the blue room of the white house. the capitol christmas tree arrived today. it came from a that was no. that was friday because 2 of them, the capitol christmas tree. that's the one from northern california that arrived on friday and take a look at the official white house christmas ornament designed by the white house historical association every year. it pays tribute to a particular president's time in office and this year it commemorates the presidency of lyndon johnson. it features a painting of the 1967 blue room christmas tree and the back of the ornament has a quote from johnson. the ornament available to buy through the white house. historical association website. the original gerber baby is 95 years old and turner cook. she was chosen as the first gerber baby in 1928 an artist used her likeness to create a charcoal sketch incentive to gerber's part of a contest. there she is today the sketchbook and there's the sketch. it became gerber's
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trademark, a 1931. it has been on packaging and ads ever since cook, by the way, went on to become a novelist and an english teacher. that kerber baby has. uh withstood time. that's it for kron 4 news at 3 o'clock. i'm catherine heenan. thanks for joining us.
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