A shooting spree at a small religious college in Oakland, California, left seven people dead and three wounded on Tuesday.
The police of Oakland has taken in custody, one Goh, a 43-year-old former student for questioning, while Goh told the police that he was mentally upset at Oikos University for dismissing him. Police also said that the seven victims were killed in execution-like style in one classroom, where Goh revealed that he lined students up against a wall and shot them.
Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan confirmed, saying: “This was a calculated, cold-blooded execution,” Police is expected to file charges on Wednesday.
Federal agents also raided Oakland’s pot university and agents from the Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Marshals Service including the Drug Enforcement Administration reached there with a search warrant in Oaksterdam University as part of an ongoing investigation into the school tragedy. As protest, some students blocked the vehicles of law enforcement agencies, while others shouted, “Shame” and “DEA go away.
Meanwhile, Police also arrested nearly 80 protesters who occupied San Francisco attempted to take over an empty San Francisco building, the night before. Police used tear gas in the building. The Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco, which owns the building pointed out that the building, has recently been in use for art and music classes.