Oakland Police Department

  • Agency: Oakland Police Department
  • Address: 1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Oakland, 94607 CA
  • Chief: Anthony Batts (Chief of Police)
Phone: (510) 238-3254
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Oakland Police Department is located at 1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Oakland, 94607 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Anthony Batts. The Oakland Police Department phone number is (510) 238-3254.

Oakland Police Department News

--Robbery Suspects Arrested / 2200 Block of Valley Street-- On November 8, 2018 at about 2:30 PM, Oakland police officers took a report of a robbery that occurred in the 2200 block of Valley Street. Information regarding the description of the suspects, the suspect vehicle and the loss items were shared with Oakland police patrol and specialized units. Later that day, at about 5:30 PM, Oakland officers located the suspect vehicle in West Oakland occupied by the suspects of the robbery. Both adult suspects, a man and woman from Oakland, were safely taken into custody and the loss from the robbery was located and recovered. Investigators have connected both suspects to a series of robberies that occurred in Oakland in October of 2018. This is an on-going investigation and anyone with information is asked to contact the Oakland Police Department Robbery Section at (510) 238 - 3326.

--Robbery Suspect Arrested & Charged-- The suspect in a series of robberies in West Oakland was charged by the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office for eight counts of robbery and additional weapons charges. Steven McCord, 22 of Oakland, was located and arrested on October 24, 2018 by the Oakland Police Department in West Oakland for multiple robberies that occurred between September 23 and October 16, 2018. Information gathered through surveillance videos and from the community helped officers identify and locate McCord. The Oakland police robbery investigators stated that McCord confessed to his involvement in the robberies. Anyone with information pertaining to these robberies is asked to contact the Oakland Police Department Robbery Section at (510) 238-3326.

--OPD LOCATES AND ARRESTS SHOOTING SUSPECTS-- On November 2, 2018 at approximately 8:18 PM, Oakland officers responded to the 1000 block of 85th Avenue to investigate a report of gunshots via ShotSpotter activation. Information from the community was also provided to officers that gave the descriptions of three (3) men believed to be involved in the shooting. Responding officers canvassed the area and located three similarly described men entering a vehicle. All three men were detained and a firearm was recovered. All three were subsequently taken into custody in connection to the shooting. Officers on scene did locate a victim who sustained minor injuries and was transported to a local hospital to receive medical attention. The victim has since been released from the hospital. This investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact the Oakland Police Department Felony Assault Unit at (510) 238-3951.

--OPD ARRESTS STRONG ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT-- On November 2, 2018 at approximately 4:36 PM, Oakland police officers responded to a robbery in the 3700 block of Grand Avenue. Upon arrival, officers located the victim who advised that a man robbed of her cell phone. Responding officers were given the description of the suspect and the suspect was shortly after located in the area. The suspect, an adult male, was positively identified and was taken into custody for the robbery. This investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact the Oakland Police Department Robbery Section at (510) 238-3326.

The Oakland Police Department wishes everyone a happy and safe Halloween! When trick-or-treating tonight please remember to wear reflective gear and bring a flashlight so you are visible to drivers and others on the roadway.

--FOUR ARRESTED FOLLOWING ARMED CARJACKING-- On October 22, 2018, at about 9:35pm, a victim was carjacked at gunpoint by multiple suspects in the 2100 block of 105th Ave. On October 23, 2018, at about 1:30pm, officers with the Special Investigations Unit located the carjacked vehicle in the 1200 block of 79th Ave. When officers approached, four suspects fled from the vehicle in different directions. Numerous police resources, including Argus (OPD’s helicopter), responded to the scene. Officers established a perimeter and conducted yard searches. Ultimately, all four suspects were detained. Officers recovered three handguns from the vehicle. The following suspects were arrested and later charged by the District Attorney’s Office: -Javonte Nelson, 23, of Oakland, for carjacking, robbery, and firearms charges. -John Downs, 23, of Oakland, for carjacking, robbery, various firearms charges including felon in possession of a firearm, and a parole violation. -Gene Mann, 18, of Oakland, for various firearms charges including felon in possession of a firearm, and a probation violation. -Demaria Adger, 23, of Oakland, for various firearms charges including felon in possession of a firearm. Robbery Investigators from the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) responded and took over the investigation. This remains an active investigation. If you have any information, please contact CID - Robbery at 510-238-3326.

--SHOOTING ARREST-- On October 13, 2018, at about 3:50pm, Area 4 Swing-Shift patrol officers responded to the 2500 block of Humboldt Ave on a report of a shooting. Upon arrival, officers located a woman suffering from gunshot wound(s) and rendered aid to her. She was later transported by paramedics to an area hospital, where she was listed in critical condition. During the course of the investigation, officers were able to obtain a suspect description. Officers located the suspect several blocks away and gave him verbal commands. He was safely detained by officers after complying with commands. Felony Assault Investigators with the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) responded and took over the investigation. Donald Harris, 40, of Oakland, was arrested and later charged by the District Attorney’s Office for the following: -Assault with a deadly weapon (firearm) -Shooting at an occupied dwelling -Various firearms charges, including felon in possession of a firearm

--THREE ARRESTED FOR ARMED ROBBERY-- On October 10, 2018, at about 8:40pm, officers responded to the 6800 block of Lion Way on a report of an armed robbery involving three suspects. Officers arrived and were able to identify the suspects. Through collaborative efforts between Crime Reduction Teams and Patrol units, officers were able to locate and arrest the suspects at two separate locations – a residence in the 600 block of 14th St and a motel in Hayward. A total of six people were arrested at these locations. Three handguns, a rifle, a replica handgun, and loss from the robbery were recovered. The following were arrested for armed robbery and firearms charges: -17-year old male, of San Leandro. -16-year old male, of Oakland. -15-year old male, of Hayward. Robbery investigators from the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) responded and took over the investigation.

--HOMICIDE ARREST-- On October 9, 2018, at about 4:05pm, patrol officers responded to the 2300 block of High St on a report of a shooting. Upon arrival, officers located a man suffering from gunshot wound(s). The man was transported to an area hospital, where he later succumbed to his injuries. The victim was identified as Marcell McCarther, 37, of Oakland. Homicide Investigators responded to the scene and took over the investigation. Later that night, officers arrested a suspect in relation to the homicide. Davonte Tyson, 19, of Antioch, was arrested and later charged by the Alameda County District Attorney's Office with murder. This remains an active investigation. If you have any information, please call Homicide investigators at 510-238-3821.

--CARJACKING SUSPECTS ARRESTED AFTER VEHICLE PURSUIT-- On October 7, 2018, at about 2:50pm, officers responded to the 200 block of 12th St for a report of a carjacking via knife. Officers broadcasted the vehicle description to other units. At about 11:55pm, Area 5 Late Tac officers located the carjacked vehicle in the 1100 block of 98th Ave. When officers attempted to stop the vehicle, the vehicle fled. Officers pursued the vehicle through parts of Area 5, where the pursuit ended in the 2500 block of 98th Ave after officers utilized a PIT maneuver. Four occupants fled from the vehicle and were ultimately detained by officers. The suspects were later tied to several robberies that occurred in the Downtown Oakland and Lake Merritt areas after the carjacking. The following were arrested and later charged by the District Attorney's office: -19 year-old male, of Oakley, for carjacking and robbery. -17 year-old male, of Oakland, for felony evasion from a peace officer and carjacking -17 year-old male, of Oakland, for carjacking Criminal Investigation Division (CID) investigators responded and took over the investigation. This remains an active investigation. If you have any information, please contact CID - Robbery at 510-238-3326

--FIREARM DISCHARGE ARREST-- On September 26, 2018, at about 10:40pm, Area 4 Swing-Shift patrol officers responded to the 900 block of 54th Ave for a report of a shooting. As officers were arriving, they saw a subject running away from the scene and enter a vehicle. Officers gave verbal commands to the subject, who complied and was safely detained. Officers located a handgun and shell casings in and around the vehicle. Officers determined that the incident was related to domestic violence. No one was injured. A 35-year-old male, of Oakland, was arrested for multiple charges. He was later charged by the Alameda County District Attorney's Office for negligent discharge of a firearm. We are relieved that the subject complied with officers' commands and that no one was hurt. We are proud of the work by our officers, who routinely face danger in an effort to make our city safer.

--REQUESTING COMMUNITY'S ASSISTANCE TO IDENTIFY HIT AND RUN VEHICLE- The Oakland Police Department is requesting assistance from the community to help identify and locate the driver responsible for an injury hit-and-run that occurred on September 28, 2018, at 5:47 p.m., at the intersection of 35th Avenue and E. 17th Street. Investigators discovered that a 2007–2009 Toyota Camry sedan (4-doors), gold in color, was traveling eastbound on E. 17th Street approaching the intersection at 35th Avenue when it collided with a black motorcycle that was traveling southbound on 35th Avenue. Investigators believe that the gold vehicle failed to properly clear the intersection while making a left turn and collided with the motorcycle. The driver of the vehicle then fled the scene of the accident northbound on 35th Avenue. The motorcycle rider sustained severe injuries and was then transported to a local hospital for medical attention. The rider was eventually released from the hospital. Attached is a still photo of the vehicle that was involved in the hit-and-run. The Oakland Police Department is encouraging the driver of the vehicle to turn themselves in. We are asking anyone with information regarding this incident to contact the Oakland Police Department Traffic Investigation Unit at (510) 777-8540.

Oakland Police Department Mounted Unit and California Highway Patrol Mounted Unit take photos with Officer Christi Amaral and OPD's Pink Patch Project vehicle named "Lisa Marie". For more information regarding the Pink Patch project please contact Christi at OPDPinkPatch@gmail.com

--UPDATE: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUSPECT CHARGED BY DA'S OFFICE FOR VIOLENT CRIMES AGAINST POLICE OFFICERS— Amondo Green, 50, of Oakland was charged by the Alameda County District Attorney's Office for the following crimes: -Assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer -Resisting a peace officer resulting in serious injury -Assault with force likely to create great bodily injury -Violation of a domestic violence restraining order -Various firearms charges including felon in possession of a firearm -Probation violation BACKGROUND: On September 4, 2018, at about 10:00am, Area 5 patrol officers responded to a residence in the 1100 block of 89th Ave on a report of domestic violence. The victim reported the suspect (ex-boyfriend) was armed with a handgun, threatening to kill her, and demanding to get into the house. Two officers arrived on scene, gave verbal commands, and directed the suspect to comply for detention/arrest. The suspect quickly turned and violently attacked both officers. During the fight, a third officer arrived on scene where he activated his Taser, ultimately allowing the officers to take the suspect into custody. Officers discovered that the suspect had a loaded semi-automatic handgun with an extended magazine concealed in his waistband. One officer suffered serious injuries (fracture to the eye socket) along with multiple abrasions and bruising. The other officer sustained a concussion. Both officers were transported to a local hospital, where they were medically treated and later released. This incident is an example of the dangers that our officers face daily. Serving and protecting our community is our priority. These officers showed their courage by their actions to prevent a mother and her four month-old child from being harmed.

Oakland Police Department and San Francisco Police Officers going PINK for the month of October to spread Breast Cancer Awareness in the Bay Area.

The Oakland Police Department's Pink Patch vehicle made a special appearance at the State Capitol in Sacramento this morning. #pinkpatchproject

--FOLLOW-UP INVESTIGATION / ARRESTS, FIREARMS & DRUG RECOVERIES-- On October 11, 2018, the Oakland Police Department conducted a follow-up criminal investigation and served a search warrant at a residence in the 3400 block of 66th Ave. The investigation and search warrant service resulted in the arrests of two (2) male adults and the recovery of two (2) firearms, thousands of ecstasy pills, and 10 pounds of marijuana. This is an ongoing investigation and anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to please contact the Oakland Police Department Criminal Investigation Division at (510) 238-3744.

***CARJACKING AND SHOOTING ARREST** In the early morning hours of October 4, 2018, officers responded to the area of the 1400 block of 92nd Ave for a report of gunshots. Upon arrival, officers learned that the suspect was in a dispute with other people, produced a handgun, and fired the handgun into the air. The suspect forced a victim to give up their vehicle keys at gunpoint and also shot at someone else. The person was not struck by the gunfire. The suspect fled in the carjacked vehicle. On October 4, 2018, at about 11:50am, Area 5 Day-Watch patrol officers located the carjacked vehicle parked in the 7200 block of Herbert Guice Way. As officers approached, the suspect ran from the vehicle and into the rear of a residence. Numerous police resources were called to the scene and the residence was surrounded. The suspect was barricaded inside of the residence and refused to come out. The suspect eventually exited the residence and was safely detained after officers issued numerous commands for him to surrender. Officers searched the carjacked vehicle and located a loaded handgun. The vehicle was later released to the victim. Aaron Burks, 33, of Stockton, was arrested and later charged by the Alameda County District Attorney's Office for carjacking, assault with a firearm, and exhibiting a deadly weapon. He was also on Post Release Community Supervision, which was violated. Investigators from the Criminal Investigations Division (CID) responded and took over the investigation. We are proud of the work by our officers in locating and apprehending those who commit serious and violent crimes within our community, and our investigators for their diligent follow-up. We are relieved that no one was injured during these incidents and that the suspect ultimately complied and surrendered. This remains an active investigation. If you have any information, call CID – Felony Assault at 510-238-3 426.

--FATAL HIT AND RUN COLLISION-- On October 5, 2018, at about 8:09pm, officers were dispatched to the 2500 block of 73rd Avenue to investigate a report of a hit-and-run collision involving a pedestrian and a vehicle. Upon arrival, officers located a pedestrian lying in the southbound lanes of 73rd Avenue. Oakland Fire Department and Paramedics Plus personnel responded to the scene. The male pedestrian, Lester Charles Harris, 53, succumbed to his injuries at the scene. The preliminary investigation revealed that the pedestrian was walking westbound across 73rd Avenue in the southbound lanes of traffic outside of the crosswalk. Vehicles traveling southbound on 73rd Avenue, in the eastbound turning lane and the southbound number one lane of traffic, stopped for the pedestrian. The pedestrian stumbled and fell in the number one lane of traffic. The pedestrian began to stand up when he fell forward with part of his body falling into the number two lane of traffic. He was struck by a vehicle described as an older model, black, Ford, Thunderbird. The vehicle continued southbound 73rd Avenue without stopping. It appears that alcohol may be a factor in the collision. This incident is still under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Oakland Police Department Traffic Investigation Unit at (510) 777-8570.

-- OUTREACH, BUILDING COMMUNITY, DIALOGUE WITH STUDENTS -- On September 18, 2018, the Oakland Police Department's Youth Outreach Unit (Y.O.U.), students from Edna Brewer Middle School and Author Eric Broyles came together to discuss the powerful and important topic of police and community contacts. The group discussed Mr. Broyles’s book “Encounters with Police, A Black Man’s Guide to Survival”. All involved engaged in honest and productive dialog in regards to current Police/Youth relations as well as common misconceptions involving police encounters. At the end of the meeting, spirits were high and progress towards a safer and healthier Oakland were made.

--THREE ARRESTED IN TAKEOVER ROBBERY OF T-MOBILE STORE— On September 26, at about 7:10pm, three masked suspects entered the T-Mobile store located at 4937 Telegraph Ave. They simulated firearms, forced customers and employees to a back room, and stole multiple electronic devices. A witness saw the robbery as it was occurring and contacted our dispatchers. Officers responded and arrived as the suspects were leaving the store. The suspects fled from officers into nearby yards. Numerous units responded and established a perimeter in the area. After an extensive search with some assistance from CHP - Golden Gate Division Air Operations, three suspects were located. Two suspects were located in the rear yard of a residence in the 4800 block of Clarke St, and one was located on the roof of a residence in the 500 block of 49th St. All suspects ultimately complied with officers’ commands and were safely detained. Loss items from the store were recovered. The following suspects were arrested and later charged by the Alameda County District Attorney's Office for robbery and kidnapping with intent to commit robbery: -Deandre Lennox, 18, of Oceanside -Isaiah Blackmon, 20, of Elk Grove A 14-year old Sacramento resident was also arrested for robbery charges and referred to the District Attorney's Office. Investigators from the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) responded and took over the investigation. We thank the witness who called our dispatchers, allowing our officers to quickly respond and prevent the suspects’ escape. We are proud of the work by our dispatchers in quickly obtaining and relaying information to our officers, our officers for locating and apprehending those who commit serious and violent crimes within our community, and our investigators for their diligent follow-up. We are relieved that no one was injured, and that the suspects ultimately complied. We thank CHP for their assistance during the yard search. This remains an active investigation. If you have any information, please contact CID - Robbery at 510-238-3326

--ROBBERY SUSPECTS ARRESTED AFTER VEHICLE PURSUIT-- On September 24, 2018, at about 1:40pm, a man was walking in the 1600 block of 34th Ave when he was approached from behind by two suspects, punched on the head multiple times, knocked to the ground, and robbed of his property. The two suspects fled in a vehicle. On September 25, 2018, at about 1:30pm, a woman was seated in her vehicle in the 2100 block of Bienati Way when she was approached by three suspects who approached her open driver door, prevented her from closing the door, and demanded her cell phone. The woman threw her phone on the passenger-side floorboard and jumped into the rear passenger compartment. The suspects unsuccessfully attempted to open the locked passenger doors and fled into an awaiting vehicle before leaving the scene. Officers received descriptions of the suspect vehicle, and determined that the same vehicle, which was reported stolen, was used in both the crimes. On September 25, 2018 at about 2:45pm, Area 5 Day-Watch patrol officers located the suspect vehicle in the 8600 block of MacArthur Blvd. The vehicle fled from officers, and a pursuit was initiated. The pursuit went through various parts of Area 5, some parts of Area 4, and entered the northbound 880 Freeway. CHP - Golden Gate Division Air Operations assisted at this point, and followed the vehicle as it exited the 880 Freeway and made its way through Area 1 to the 1200 block of 16th St, where three occupants fled from the vehicle on foot through DeFremery Park. Officers gave chase, and the three suspects were safely detained after ultimately complying with commands. The following arrests were made: -17 year-old juvenile from Oakland for felony evasion from a peace officer, possession of a stolen vehicle, and robbery charges -16 year-old juvenile from Oakland for robbery charges -15-year old juvenile from Oakland for robbery charges Investigators from the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) responded and took over the investigation. The case has been referred to the Alameda County District Attorney's Office for charging. We are proud of the work by our officers in locating and apprehending those who commit serious and violent crimes within our community, and our investigators for their diligent follow-up. We are relieved that no one was injured during the pursuit, and that the suspects ultimately complied. Thank you to our CHP friends for their assistance during this pursuit. This remains an active investigation. If you have any information, please contact CID - Robbery at 510-238-3326 Oakland Police Area Map: http://gisapps1.mapoakland.com/policedistricts/

--CARJACKING SUSPECTS ARRESTED FOLLOWING VEHICLE PURSUIT-- On September 23, 2018, at about 7:15am, an armed (simulated) carjacking occurred in the 1200 block of 84th Ave. The victim was driving when they came to a stop behind another vehicle that was stopped in the roadway. One suspect emerged from the stopped vehicle while two others stayed inside. The primary suspect approached the victim, simulated having a firearm in his jacket, and demanded the victim to exit the vehicle. The victim, in fear for their safety, ran from the vehicle. The victim suffered minor injuries from hopping a fence to get away from the suspects. At about 9am, Area 5 Day-Watch patrol officers spotted the carjacked vehicle in the area of 90th Ave & Bancroft Ave. The vehicle fled from officers after they attempted to pull it over. Officers pursued the vehicle before eventually losing visual of it. The vehicle was located and pursued again in the 9700 block of C St. The pursuit was ultimately terminated after the suspects drove the vehicle the wrong way in the 9700 block of International Blvd and later onto a sidewalk. Officers later located the vehicle again in the 10500 block of Skyline Blvd, where it again fled from officers. CHP officers assisted and pursued the vehicle, with the pursuit terminating in the 5400 block of Mountain Blvd just before the CA-13 on-ramp. The two suspects in the vehicle were safely detained after complying with officers' commands. The following suspects were arrested, and later charged by the District Attorney's Office for carjacking: -Jose Delgadillo, 19, of Oakland -Leandro Burciaga, 21, of Castro Valley Criminal Investigation Division (CID) investigators responded and took over the investigation. We are relieved that the victim did not suffer serious injury, and that the suspects ultimately complied with officers' commands. We are proud of the hard work of our officers as they diligently looked for the carjacked vehicle, located it, and risked their safety to apprehend serious and violent criminals. We also thank CHP – Oakland for their assistance during this incident. This remains an active investigation. If you have any information, please contact CID - Robbery at 510-238-3326

--WEEKEND SIDESHOW TOWS, OFFICER INJURIES, AND ARRESTS-- In the early morning hours of September 23, 2018, large-scale "sideshow" activity occurred at multiple locations throughout East Oakland. The event was advertised on social media and encouraged people from areas primarily outside of Oakland to come to the area for sideshow. Hundreds of vehicles and several hundred pedestrians came that night. Sideshow activity occurred at the following locations: -Fruitvale Ave & International Blvd -42nd Ave & Coliseum Way (880 Freeway area) -High St & MacArthur Blvd -Hegenberger Rd & Edes Ave -14th Ave & E 12th St -106th Ave & Foothill Blvd At the majority of the above locations, numerous rocks and glass bottles were thrown at officers. Several patrol vehicles were struck with objects, and one officer was struck on the face with a rock in the area of 42nd Ave & Oakport St. The officer sustained minor injuries. At several of the locations, numerous rounds of gunfire were fired by sideshow crowd members. Given the violent nature of the crowds, chemical munitions were deployed at some of the above locations. At 42nd Ave & Coliseum Way, numerous rocks and bottles were thrown at officers. Additionally, numerous rounds of gunfire, including fully-automatic gunfire, were fired by crowd members. Officers gave repeated dispersal orders to the crowd before moving in. After the dispersal orders, over 85 vehicles were towed at this location for aiding & abetting sideshow activity and/or reckless driving. Of these, only 5 vehicles were from Oakland. The majority of these tows included 30-Day Holds. Over 60 of the vehicles were registered outside of Alameda County, and came from areas such as Stockton, Modesto, Richmond, and even as far as Los Angeles. Multiple other vehicles were also towed at other locations. In addition to the tows, the two following arrests were made in the area of 106th Ave & Foothill Blvd: Arrest #1: -As officers were moving in on a sideshow crowd to conduct enforcement action, a pickup truck attempted to flee from the area. The driver swerved towards officers, and intentionally struck a patrol vehicle containing an officer, causing minor injury. When officers attempted to stop the vehicle, the truck fled from officers, nearly struck pedestrians associated with sideshow, and struck other parked sideshow vehicles before the driver attempted to flee on foot. The suspect, Angel Garibay-Vargas, 24, of Oakland, was captured by officers and arrested for assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer, felony evasion from a peace officer, and hit-and-run. Additionally, he was on probation, and was arrested for a probation violation. The Alameda County District Attorney's Office has charged the case. Arrest #2 -As officers were moving in on a sideshow crowd to conduct enforcement action, a red Mustang attempted to flee from officers but was stuck in a crowd of other sideshow vehicles. The driver repeatedly rammed these other vehicles to create room to get away. The driver maneuvered his way out, ignored officers' commands to stop, drove the wrong way, and got stuck behind another crowd of sideshow vehicles. Officers caught up to the driver, who refused commands to exit the vehicle. Officers were able to force him out of the vehicle and arrest him. The suspect, Angel Vazquez, 21, of Antioch, was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and reckless driving. He was later charged by the Alameda County District Attorney's Office for evading a peace officer, reckless driving, and driving while unlicensed. We commend our officers for their hard work under such challenging conditions, and we are glad that our two injured officers had only minor injuries. We also thank our partners at CHP – Oakland, CHP - Golden Gate Division Air Operations, and Alameda County Sheriff's Office for their assistance that night. If you come to Oakland for sideshow activity, you can be arrested and your vehicle can be towed with a 30-Day Hold for just aiding and abetting a sideshow. Additionally, if you drive recklessly in Oakland and are not stopped that night, your car can still be towed with a 30-Day Hold pursuant to a seizure warrant the coming months. We have been utilizing this tactic. We will continue staffing Sideshow details and reaching out to our regional partnering agencies for assistance. http://www.ktvu.com/news/at-least-85-cars-towed-at-various-oakland-sideshows https://www.facebook.com/CHPGoldenGateAirOps/videos/1066554263507470

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